China returned to the top of the medal table thanks to swimming and table tennis success at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday.
Host nation Japan slipped into second place on another successful day for China, who have racked up 31 medals in total so far at these Games.
Zhang Yufei won the women's 200m butterfly title ahead of American duo Regan Smith and Hali Flickinger at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
The women's 4x200m freestyle relay team also struck gold for China in the pool.
There was table tennis glory for China too, with Chen Meng beating compatriot Sun Yingsha 4-2 in the final at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.
China and Japan both have 15 golds so far, the host nation sitting second as they have 25 medals in total.
The United States have the most medals with a haul of 38, as well as sitting just one adrift of China and Japan's tally of golds.
The Russian Olympic Committee and Australia both have eight apiece, the latter benefiting from success for Jessica Fox in the women's C-1 canoe slalom, plus Izaac Stubblety-Cook winning the 200m breaststroke title.