|Equestrian - Open's Individual||Sandra Auffarth||44.80|
|Canoe - Slalom - Men's K1||Hannes Aigner||94.92|
|Table Tennis - Men's Singles, Final 3-4, Ovtcharov v Chuan C Y||Dimitrij Ovtcharov||4 (12-10 9-11 8-11 13-11 11-5 14-12)|
|Judo - Men's 100kg, Bronze medal match, Sayidov v Peters||Dimitri Peters||0200|
|Cycling - Track - Men's Team Sprint||Stefan Nimke||43.209|
|Judo - Men's +100kg, Bronze medal match, Makarau v Tölzer||Andreas Tölzer||1000|
|Fencing - Men's Team Foil, Final 3-4, United States v Germany||45|
|Canoe - Sprint - Men's K1 1000m||Max Hoff|
|Canoe - Sprint - Men's K2 1000m||Andreas Ihle||3:10.117|
|Table Tennis - Men's Team, Final 3-4, Germany v Hong Kong, China||3|
|Athletics - Women's Javelin Throw||Linda Stahl||64.91|
|Athletics - Men's Pole Vault||Raphael Holzdeppe||5.91|
|Taekwondo - Women's Welterweight 57-67kg, Bronze medal match, Fromm v Marton||Helena Fromm||8|
|Athletics - Women's Hammer Throw||Betty Heidler||77.12|
Total Medal Leaders
GBR 27 CHN 26
GBR 23 CHN 18
CHN 26 JPN 21
Total Medal Leaders
Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2
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