MEDALS TABLE



MEDALS TABLE
86 total medal events
CountryGSBTot
United States14111035
China149629
Russia381021
Australia75719
Japan94215
Germany42713
Italy45312
France43411
South Korea26311
Netherlands25411
Ukraine5117
Britain0347
Hungary2316
Cuba0156
Turkey3014
Romania2024
Poland1214
Slovakia1214
Greece2013
Belarus1113
Bulgaria1023
Thailand1023
Austria0303
North Korea0213
Georgia1102
South Africa1102
Switzerland1012
Czech Republic0112
Zimbabwe0112
Azerbaijan0022
Belgium0022
Brazil0022
Denmark0022
United Arab Emirates1001
India0101
Indonesia0101
Kazakhstan0101
Portugal0101
Serbia-Montenegro0101
Spain0101
Argentina0011
Canada0011
Colombia0011
Croatia0011
Israel0011
Mongolia0011
Slovenia0011
Trinidad & amp; Tobago0011
THURSDAY'S RESULTSBASKETBALL
Men
New Zealand 90, Serbia-Montenegro 87
Spain 71, Italy 63
United States 89, Australia 79
Puerto Rico 83, Angola 80
Argentina 82, China 57
Lithuania 98, Greece 76
FIELD HOCKEY
Men
Netherlands 3, South Africa 2
Pakistan 3, South Korea 0
Germany 6, Egypt 1
Spain 5, Britain 1
New Zealand 3, Argentina 1
Australia 4, India 3
SOFTBALL
China 1, Taiwan 0
United States 7, Greece 0, 5 innings
Japan 1, Italy 0
Australia 1, Canada 0
TEAM HANDBALL
Women
South Korea 40, Angola 30
China 33, Greece 13
Ukraine 21, Brazil 19
Denmark 23, Spain 21
VOLLEYBALL
Men
Italy 3, Australia 0 (25-20, 25-18, 25-21)
Brazil 3, Netherlands 1 (25-22, 24-26, 25-21, 25-19)
France 3, Poland 0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-17)
Serbia-Montenegro 3, Tunisia 0 (25-16, 25-18, 25-21)
Argentina 3, Greece 1 (16-25, 25-21, 25-22, 25-22)
Russia 3, United States 1 (22-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-23)
WATER POLO
Men
Serbia-Montenegro 9, Kazakhstan 5
Hungary 7, United States 5
Spain 8, Australia 4
Italy 10, Germany 5
Greece 15, Egypt 4
Russia 9, Croatia 8
ARCHERY
Men
Individual 70m
Semifinals
Hiroshi Yamamoto, Japan, def. Tim Cuddihy, Australia, 115-115, (10-9).
Marco Galiazzo, Italy, def. Laurence Godfrey, Britain, 110-108.
Bronze Medal
Tim Cuddihy, Australia, def. Laurence Godfrey, Britain, 113-112.
Gold Medal
Marco Galiazzo, Italy, def. Hiroshi Yamamoto, Japan, 111-109.
BADMINTON
Women
Singles
Gold Medal
Zhang Ning, China, def. Mia Audina Tjiptawan, Netherlands, 8-11, 11-6, 11-7.
Mixed Doubles
Bronze Medal
Jens Eriksen and Mette Schjoldager, Denmark def. Jonas Rasmussen and Rikke Olsen, Denmark, 15-5, 15-5.
Gold Medal
Zhang Jun and Gao Ling, China def. Nathan Robertson and Gail Emms, Britain, 15-1, 12-15, 15-12.
FENCING
Men's Team Sabre
Bronze Medal
Russia (Alexey Yakimenko 1-1; Stanislav Pozdniakov 2-0; Serguei Charikov 0-3), def. United States (Jason Rogers, Los Angeles 2-1; Ivan Lee, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1-1; Keeth Smart, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1-1), 45-44, 3:40.
Gold Medal
France (Gael Touya 3-0; Damien Touya 1-2; Julien Pillet 1-2), def. Italy (Gianpiero Pastore 1-2; Aldo Montano 2-1; Luigi Tarantino 1-2), 45-42, 3:40.
GYMNASTICS (ARTISTIC)
Women's All Around
1. Carly Patterson, Baton Rouge, La., 38.387.
2. Svetlana Khorkina, Russia, 38.211.
3. Zhang Nan, China, 38.049.
4. Anna Pavlova, Russia, 38.024.
5. Nicoleta Daniela Sofronie, Romania, 37.948.
6. Irina Yarotska, Ukraine, 37.687.
7. Marine Debauve, France, 37.361.
8. Elena Gomez, Spain, 37.299.
9. Courtney Kupets, Gaithersburg, Md., 37.112.
JUDO
Men 100Kg
Semifinals
Ihar Makarau, Belarus, def. Elco van Der Geest, Netherlands, Yuko.
Jang Sung Ho, South Korea, def. Michael Jurack, Germany, Ippon, Kuchiki-taoshi, 1:36.
Bronze Medal Contest 1
Michael Jurack, Germany, def. Movlud Miraliyev, Azerbaijan, Ippon, Tate-shiho-gatame, 5:00.
Bronze Medal Contest 2
Ariel Zeevi, Israel, def. Elco van Der Geest, Netherlands, Ippon, Kouchi-gaeshi, 4:09.
Gold Medal
Ihar Makarau, Belarus, def. Jang Sung Ho, South Korea, Waza-ari.
Women's 78Kg
Semifinals
Noriko Anno, Japan, def. Celine Lebrun, France, Yuko.
Liu Xia, China, def. Anastasiia Matrosova, Ukraine, Koka.
Bronze Medal Contest 1
Lucia Morico, Italy, def. Anastasiia Matrosova, Ukraine, Ippon, Ippon-seoi-nage, 2:30.
Bronze Medal Contest 2
Yurisel Laborde Duanes, Cuba, def. Celine Lebrun, France, Ippon, Sode-tsurikomi-goshi, 3:09.
Gold Medal Contest
Noriko Anno, Japan, def. Liu Xia, China, Ippon, Sode-tsurikomi-goshi, 4:38.
SHOOTING
Men
10m Running Target
1. Manfred Kurzer, Germany (590, 92.4), 682.4.
2. Alexander Blinov, Russia (578, 100.0), 678.0.
3. Dimitri Lykin, Russia (584, 93.1), 677.1.
4. Emil Andersson, Sweden (578, 98.8), 676.8.
5. Michael Jakosits, Germany (578, 98.7), 676.7.
6. Li Jie, China (579, 96.8), 675.8. Did not advance
8. Adam Saathoff, Hereford, Ariz. (575), 575.0.
Women
Skeet
1. Diana Igaly, Hungary (72, 25), 97.
2. Wei Ning, China (70, 23), 93.
3. Zemfira Meftakhetdinova, Azerbaijan (71, 22), 93.
4. Lauryn Mark, Australia (69, 23), 92.
5. Kimberly Rhode, El Monte, Calif. (68, 23), 91.
6. Connie Smotek, Bryan, Texas (68, 22), 90.
SWIMMING
Men
200 Backstroke
1. Aaron Peirsol, Irvine, Calif., 1:54.95.
2. Markus Rogan, Austria, 1:57.35.
3. Razvan Ionut Florea, Romania, 1:57.56.
4. James Goddard, Britain, 1:57.76.
5. Tomomi Morita, Japan, 1:58.40.
6. Simon Dufour, France, 1:58.49.
7. Gregor Tait, Britain, 1:59.28.
8. Blaz Medvesek, Slovenia, 2:00.06.
200 Individual Medley
1. Michael Phelps, Towson, Md., 1:57.14.
2. Ryan Lochte, Daytona Beach, Fla., 1:58.78.
3. George Bovell, Trinidad and Tobago, 1:58.80.
4. Laszlo Cseh, Hungary, 1:58.84.
5. Thiago Pereira, Brazil, 2:00.11.
6. Takahiro Mori, Japan, 2:00.60.
7. Vytautas Janusaitis, Lithuania, 2:01.28.
8. Jiro Miki, Japan, 2:02.16.
Women
100 Freestyle
1. Jodie Henry, Australia, 53.84.
2. Inge de Bruijn, Netherlands, 54.16.
3. Natalie Coughlin, Concord, Calif., 54.40.
4. Malia Metella, France, 54.50.
5. Kara Lynn Joyce, Ann Arbor, Mich., 54.54.
6. Nery Mantef Niangkouara, Greece, 54.81.
7. Martina Moravcova, Slovakia, 55.12.
8. Alena Popchanka, Belarus, 55.24. 200
Breaststroke
1. Amanda Beard, Irvine, Calif., 2:23.37.
2. Leisel Jones, Australia, 2:23.60.
3. Anne Poleska, Germany, 2:25.82.
4. Masami Tanaka, Japan, 2:25.87.
5. Agnes Kovacs, Hungary, 2:26.12.
6. Qi Hui, China, 2:26.35.
7. Mirna Jukic, Austria, 2:26.36.
8. Brooke Hanson, Australia, 2:26.39.
WEIGHTLIFTING
Men
77Kg
1. Taner Sagir, Turkey, (1, 172.50-380; 1, 202.50-447), 375.00 kg.-827 pounds.
2. Sergey Filimonov, Kazakhstan, (2, 172.50-380; 5, 200.00-441), 372.50-821.
3. Oleg Perepetchenov, Russia, (3, 170.00-375; 10, 195.00-430), 365.00-805.
4. Reyhan Arabacioglu, Turkey, (4, 165.00-364; 8, 195.00-430), 360.00-794.
5. Viktor Mitrou, Greece, (6, 160.00-353; 3, 200.00-441), 360.00-794.
6. Mohammad Hossein Barkhah, Iran, (7, 160.00-353; 6, 197.50-435), 357.50-788.
7. Attila Feri, Hungary, (12, 155.00-342; 2, 200.00-441), 355.00-783.
8. Ivan Stoitsov, Bulgaria, (13, 155.00-342; 4, 200.00-441), 355.00-783. U.S. finisher
19. Chad Vaughn, Konawa, Okla., (20, 145.00-320; 19, 175.00-386), 320.00-706.
Women
69Kg
1. Liu Chunhong, China, (1, 122.50-270; 1, 152.50-336), 275.00 kg.-606 pounds.
2. Eszter Krutzler, Hungary, (2, 117.50-259; 2, 145.00-320), 262.50-579.
3. Zarema Kasaeva, Russia, (3, 117.50-259; 3, 145.00-320), 262.50-579.
4. Slaveyka Ruzhinska, Bulgaria, (4, 115.00-254; 5, 135.00-298), 250.00-551.
5. Vanda Maslovska, Ukraine, (5, 110.00-243; 4, 135.00-298), 245.00-540.
6. Milena Trendafilova, Bulgaria, (6, 105.00-232; 6, 132.50-292), 237.50-524.
7. Madeleine Yamechi Sielanou, Cameroon, (8, 105.00-232; 7, 130.00-287), 235.00-518.
8. Ubaldina Valoyes Cuesta, Colombia, (7, 105.00-232; 8, 127.50-281), 232.50-513.
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