Matti Mattsson and Mira Potkonen kept Finland in the medal standings.
Tokyo the olympics ended on sunday and the medal table for the Games is complete.
On the last day, Kiri rose to first place behind the United States, overtaking China.
The United States celebrated Olympic gold on Sunday in the women’s basketball and volleyball women’s tournament. In addition, gold was taken by a track cyclist Jennifer Valente.
In the end, U.S. statistics are convincing: 39 gold, 41 silver, and 33 bronze, for a total of 113 medals.
China has a balance of 38 gold, 32 silver and 18 bronze, for a total of 88 medals.
The third was host country Japan (27–14–17) ahead of Britain (22–21–22) and the Russian Olympic Committee team (20–28–23).
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From the Nordic countries the best was Norway (4–2–2), which ranked 20th in the overall statistics, ahead of Sweden (3–6–0) and Denmark (3–4–4).
Finland won two bronze medals at the Games and placed 85th in the medal statistics. The Finnish medals took Matti Mattsson 200 meters breaststroke as well Mira Potkonen in the boxing 60 pound series.
A total of athletes from 93 countries were allowed to rise to the podium in the competition.