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RIO DE JANEIRO, August 11. /TASS/. Twenty medal sets were awarded in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday, August 10.
The Russian national team won one gold, one silver and one bronze medal. It descended from the fifth to the sixth place in the medal standing after Day 5 of the Summer Olympic Games, with a total of 15 medals - four gold, seven silver and four bronze.
Russia’s Inna Deriglazova won gold in women’s foil individual, the first Olympic gold for Russia in this discipline since 1968. Olga Zabelinskaya clinched the 2016 Rio Olympic silver in the women’s road cycling individual time trial. Swimmer Anton Chupkov won the bronze medal in men’s 200m breaststroke to be the first Russian athlete to grab a medal in this discipline since 1996.
Medals table top 10 - gold/silver/bronze/total
1. USA - 11/11/10/32
2. China - 10/5/8/23
3. Japan - 6/1/11/18
4. Australia - 5/2/5/12
5. Hungary - 5/1/1/7
6. Russia - 4/7/4/15
7. South Korea - 4/2/3/9
8. Italy - 3/6/2/11
9. UK - 3/3/6/12
10. France - 2/3/1/6
The Summer Olympic Games that kicked off in Rio on August 5 will finish on August 21.