The host nation earned three marathon medals, with Misato Michishita winning the women's T12 race, while Daiki Kajiwara, Sarina Satomi and Yuma Yamazaki collected badminton golds.
The Tokyo native adds to Beijing, London titles to solidify his place as one of Japan's greatest Paralympians.
She is aiming for a medal in all three categories present at the Games: singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles.
With 58 medals, including 27 gold, at the Tokyo Games, Japan’s Olympians collected 17 more medals than the nation’s previous record. The host nation received medals...
Mai Murakami earns a bronze medal in the women’s floor exercise final.
After losing to China’s Yi Lyu Wang and Dong Ping Huang on the previous day, the 24-year-old partners bounced back and ended their tournament on a...
Badminton standouts Nozomi Okuhara and Akane Yamaguchi advanced to the women’s singles quarterfinals, keeping their title hopes alive for another day.
Up-and-coming gymnast Daiki Hashimoto finishes strong to capture the men’s all-around title.
Japan finished runner-up in the men’s team gymnastics final, narrowly missing out on a second consecutive Olympic medal in the event.
The world No. 1 exhibited impressive form in the first step of his medal quest.
"I have experienced the low of lows when I wasn't doing well. So I am not as disappointed as I expected." ーUchimura
Four sports ー gymnastics, judo, swimming and wrestling ー have provided the vast majority of the nation’s top-three finishes in Olympic competitions.