Turkish athletes bagged a total of 13 medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which ended on Aug. 8, making it the most successful Games ever for their country in terms of total medals won.
Turkey grabbed two gold medals, two silvers and nine bronze medals while also being represented for the first time in the final of some events.
Three Turkish athletes clinched bronze medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Aug. 6, increasing the country's total medals tally at the games to 10.
Ali Sofuoğlu won his medal in the men's karate kata event, Merve Çoban in the women's karate kumite 61-kg and wrestler Taha Akgül in the men's freestyle 125-kg class.
Şevket Sabancı, a billionaire member of Turkey's Sabancı family, died at the age of 85, local media reported on July 22.
He was one of the four sons of Hacı Ömer Sabancı, the founder of companies that later formed Sabancı Holding, Turkey's second-largest industrial group.
Şevket Sabancı was the deputy chairman of Sabancı Holding until 2004.