The U.S. snagged four more medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday, and three were gold.

Skeet shooters Amber English and Vincent Hancock won two of those golds . . . and the men’s swim team won the 4-by-100-meter freestyle relay.  Meanwhile, Katie Ledecky was hoping for gold in the women’s 400-meter freestyle, but had to settle for silver.  Ariarne Titmus of Australia beat her by less than a second.

After day three, we’re still in second place in the overall medal count.  Here’s where things stand heading into Tuesday . . .

1.  China:  18 . . . 6 gold, 5 silver, 7 bronze.

2.  USA:  14 . . . 7 gold, 3 silver, 4 bronze.

3.  Japan:  13 . . . 8 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze.  So Japan has the most gold medals so far.

4.  Russia:  12 . . . 4 gold, 5 silver, 3 bronze.

5.  Italy:  9 . . . 1 gold, 4 silver, 4 bronze.

(You can check out the updated medal count at NBCOlympics.com/medals.)

(In other news, 13-year-old skateboarder Momiji Nishiya of Japan became the second-youngest person to ever win a gold medal.  And the first ever Olympic gold medal for the Philippines came from female weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz.)