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Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal table and count today: Latest results, prediction total, how it works and odds

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Team GB will look to increase their growing medal haul further on Day 13 at the Tokyo Olympics.

13-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown became the youngest Olympic medallist in British history early on Wednesday after claiming bronze in the first women’s skateboard park final.

Team USA are again expected to enjoy a huge gold rush at the Tokyo Games, but currently trail China in the medal table, though they are ahead of hosts Japan.

Forecasters Gracenote expect the United States to finish above the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) with China finishing in the top three.

Team GB, who finished a remarkable second in the standings in Rio in 2016, would this year deem another top-five spot - their fourth on the trot - a success.

Despite the pandemic, Team GB sent 376 athletes to Tokyo - the most of any overseas Games, as they target over 50 medals.

How the medal table works

The medal table is ranked by gold medals, not overall medal count.

Silver and then bronze medals are used as tiebreakers if two countries share the same gold count. Then alphabetical order comes into play.

Here’s how the medal table looks…

Up to date as of 12:51 BST, August 5, 2021.

Most medal odds

USA: 1/100

China: 47/1

Great Britain: 199/1

Japan: 319/1

Odds via Betfair Exchange (subject to change). Click here to find out more.

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