Rio Olympics 2016 Medal Tally: Team USA still leads the medal table

Rio Olympics 2016 medal tally, as of Day 3, still has Team USA occupying the top spot with 5 golds and a total of 19 Rio Olympics 2016 medals. Our dear Philippines meanwhile is currently ranked 27th after Hidilyn Diaz's silver win yesterday in Weightlifting Women's 53kg event.

@tomdaly1994: "OLYMPIC BRONZE MEDALISTS!! Can't believe it! So happy and proud of you @danngoodfellow :)"

Among the latest medalists in the Rio Olympics 2016 are British swimmers Tom Daly and Daniel Goodfellow, who won for Great Britain a bronze medal in Diving Men's Synchronized 10w Platform, enough to push their country in the medal table Top 10.

screenshot from the Rio 2016 app

1. USA
2. China
3. Australia
4. Italy
5. Japan
6. Hungary
7. Russia
8. Korea
9. Thailand
10. Great Britain
11. Brazil
11. Sweden
13. Chinese Taipei
14. Belgium
15. Argentina
15. Colombia
15. Croatia
15. Kosovo
15. Netherlands
15. Vietnam

But here's one really sad news for Novak Djokovic fans. He's already out of the Olympics after losing in the first round of Men's Singles event and in the 2nd round of Men's Doubles.

Fil-Japanese Kodo Nakano (right) is one of the 13 athletes for Team Philippines at the 2016 Rio Olympics. (photo from Kodo Nakano)

Meanwhile, as per schedule, Philippines' Kodo Nakano is set to compete later today in Judo Men 81kg Elimination Round of 64 vs Italy's Matteo Marconcini. Good ltwck Kodo! (LATEST UPDATE: Nakano lost.) -

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