Here, the PA news agency recaps the Games in numbers.
39 – the United States led the medal table with 39 gold medals – one more than second-placed China. The USA also finished with the highest medal total (113).
58 – medals for host nation Japan, including a third-ranked 27 gold.
22 – Great Britain’s gold medal haul, the fourth-best performance ever by a British team.
65 – total British medals, tied with London 2012 for the third-best tally in Team GB history.
12 – cycling contributed the most British medals, followed by swimming with eight and boxing and athletics with six.
4 – swimmer Duncan Scott won a record number of medals for a Briton at a single Olympics, a gold and three silver.
15 – career Olympic medals for husband and wife Jason and Laura Kenny, including 12 golds.
11 – sprinter Allyson Felix became the most decorated woman and American in track and field with her 10th and 11th Olympic medals, bronze in the 400m and gold – her seventh – in the 4x400m relay.
12 – Kokona Hiraki was the youngest medallist in Tokyo, taking skateboarding silver for the host nation ahead of Britain’s 13-year-old bronze medallist Sky Brown. Andrew Hoy, 62, was the oldest as he won equestrian bronze for Australia.
93 – nations to win medals in Tokyo, out of 206 entrants. There were gold medals for 65 countries.
0.15 – after a week without a medal in Tokyo, Jamaica’s first three came in the space of 0.15 seconds as Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Shericka Jackson finished 1-2-3 in the women’s 100m – Thompson-Herah won in 10.61secs, with Jackson third in 10.76secs.
2 – that was one of only two clean sweeps of a podium at these Games, with Switzerland’s Jolanda Neff, Sina Frei and Linda Indergand taking gold, silver and bronze respectively in the women’s cross-country mountain biking.
3 – San Marino won the first three Olympic medals in their history, with silver for shooters Alessandra Perilli and Gian Marco Berti in the mixed trap and bronze for Perilli in her individual event and Myles Amine in wrestling.
1 – Turkmenistan and Burkina Faso also won their first ever Olympic medals, while Bermuda, the Philippines and Qatar won their maiden golds.
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