Here's who won gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday

    Fencing gold medallist Cheung Ka Long of Hong Kong looks at his medal while on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men's Individual Foil during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Makuhari Messe Hall in Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, on July 26, 2021.

    (CNN)Twenty-one gold medals were won. Here's a breakdown of who's taking home the gold:

    Archery
      • Men's Team: Republic of Korea
        Artistic Gymnastics
        • Men's Team: Russian Olympic Committee (ROC)
        Canoe Slalom
          • Men's Canoe: Benjamin Savsek, Slovenia
          Cycling Mountain Bike
          • Men's Cross-country: Thomas Pidcock, Great Britain
          Diving
          • Men's Synchronised 10m Platform: Great Britain
          Fencing
          • Women's Sabre Individual: Sofia Pozdniakova, ROC
          • Men's Foil Individual: Cheung Ka Long, Hong Kong, China
          Judo
          • Women's -57kg: Nora Gjakova, Kosovo
          • Men's -73kg: Shohei Ono, Japan
          Shooting
          • Women's Skeet: Amber English, United States
          • Men's Skeet: Vincent Hancock, United States
          Skateboarding
          • Women's Street: Momiji Nishiya, Japan
          Swimming
          • Women's 100m Butterfly: Margaret MacNeil, Canada
          • Men's 100m Breaststroke: Adam Peaty, Great Britain
          • Women's 400m Freestyle: Ariarne Titmus, Australia
          • Men's 4 X 100m Freestyle Relay: United States
          Table Tennis
          • Mixed Doubles: Jun Mizutani/Mima Ito, Japan
          Taekwondo
          • Women's -67kg: Matea Jelic, Croatia
          • Men's -80kg: Maksim Khramtcov, ROC
          Triathlon
          • Men's Individual: Krisitan Blummenfelt, Norway
            Weightlifting
            • Women's 55kg: Hidilyn Diaz, Philippines