Here’s who won gold medals at the Olympics on Tuesday

It was a day to remember in the track and field events, with Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah completing a historic sprint double-double and Norway’s Karsten Warholm smashing the 400m hurdles world record on his way to gold. 26 gold medals in all were won Tuesday at the Tokyo Olympics. Here are the latest winners who are taking home gold:

Artistic Gymnastics:

Men’s Parallel Bars: Zou Jingyuan, China

Women’s Balance Beam: Guan Chenchen, China

Men’s Horizontal Bar: Daiki Hashimoto, Japan

Track and Field:

Women’s Long Jump: Malaika Mihambo, Germany

Men’s 400m Hurdles: Karsten Warholm, Norway

Men’s Pole Vault: Armand Duplantis, Sweden

Women’s Hammer Throw: Anita Wlodarczyk, Poland

Women’s 800 meters: Athing Mu, United States

Women’s 200 meters: Elaine Thompson-Herah, Jamaica

Boxing:

Women’s Feather: Sena Irie, Japan

Men’s Welter: Roniel Iglesias, Cuba

Canoe Sprint

Women’s Kayak Single 200m: Lisa Carrington, New Zealand

Men’s Canoe Double 1000m: Cuba

Men’s Kayak Single 1000m: Balint Kopasz, Hungary

Women’s Kayak Double 500m: New Zealand

Cycling Track

Women’s Team Pursuit: Germany

Men’s Team Sprint: Netherlands

Diving

Men’s 3 meter Springboard: Xie Siyi, China

Sailing

Women’s Skiff-49er FX: Brazil

Men’s Skiff-49er: Great Britain

Men’s One Person Dinghy (Heavyweight): Giles Scott, Great Britain

Mixed Multihull-Nacra 17 Foiling: Italy

Weightlifting

Men’s 109kg: Akbar Djuraev, Uzbekistan

Wrestling

Men’s Greco-Roman 77kg: Tamas Lorincz, Hungary

Men’s Greco-Roman 97kg : Musa Evloev, Russian Olympic Committee

Women’s Freestyle 68kg: Tamyra Mensah Stock, United States

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