The German team will fight for the medals at the 2021 Olympics. An overview of who has won gold, silver or bronze where so far.
Tokyo – Olympia 2021 in the Japanese capital is underway and is once again inspiring the world of sports. Many competitions have already been held, and decisions are still pending on even more. For Germany, athletes are represented in almost all sports. Olympic medals are awarded in 339 competitions. The special thing about the coveted pieces this year: The precious metal used was obtained from electronic scrap.
Ricarda Funk won the first gold medal for Germany in the canoe slalom in a kayak single. In the end, she had 1.13 seconds ahead of second-placed Maiale Chourraut from Spain. After it became known that Funk had won the gold medal, her emotions could no longer be stopped. She stood crying at the award ceremony.
The medals in dressage caused a lot of emotions in the first week. More precious metal from equestrian sport is expected. The canoeing department should also push the balance up.
The medals for Germany in numbers (as of 199 of 339 decisions):
Olympia 2021: Gold for Germany
- Canoe slalom (Kayak single women) – Ricarda Funk
- Dressage riding (Team) – Isabell Werth, Dorothee Schneider, Jessica von Bredow-Werndl
- Dressage riding (Individual) – Jessica von Bredow-Werndl
- tennis (Singles, men) – Alexander Zverev
- Wrestling (up to 76 kg, women) – Aline Rotter-Focken
- Eventing riding (Individual) – Julia Krajewski
Olympia 2021: Silver for Germany
- Judo (Middle weight up to 90 kg, men) – Edurard Trippel
- Dressage riding (Individual) – Isabell Werth
- rowing (Double sculls, lightweight, men) – Jonathan Rommelmann, Jason Osborne
- rowing (Eighth, men) – Johannes Weissenfeld, Laurits Follert, Olaf Roggensack, Torben Johannesen, Jakob Schneider, Malte Jakschik, Richard Schmidt, Hannes Ocik, Martin Sauer
- Track cycling (Team sprint, women) – Lea Sophie Friedrich, Emma Hinze
- discus (Women) – Kristin Pudenz
Olympia 2021: Bronze for Germany
- swim (1500 m freestyle, women) – Sarah Köhler
- swim (1500 m freestyle, men) – Florian Wellbrock
- Canoe slalom (Canadier-One, Men) – Sideris Tasiadis
- Canoe slalom (Canadier-One, women) – Andrea Herzog
- Archery (Team, women) – Michelle Kroppen, Charline Schwarz, Lisa Unruh
- Jumping in the water (Syncron, 3-meter, women) – Lena Hentschel, Tina Puntzel
- Jumping in the water (Syncron, 3-meter, men) – Patrick Hausding, Lars Rüdiger
- Judo (Lightweight up to 78 kg, women) – Anna-Maria Wagner
- Judo (Mixed team competition)
- Canoe slalom (Single kayak, men) – Hannes Aigner
- Table tennis (Singles, men) – Dimitrij Ovtcharov