Li Ting and Sun Tiantian
Li Ting and Sun Tiantian won what China had never dreamt of - atennis gold.
The top Chinese pair upset Spanish veterans Conchita Martinez and Virginia Ruano Pascual 6-3, 6-3 in the women's doubles final.
Teng Haibin, who flopped in China's failed bid to regain the men's team gymnastics championship, made up with a pommel horse gold Sunday night, China's 102nd in summer Olympic history.
Korzhanenko, 30, won the first athletics gold of the Athens Games on Wednesday at Ancient Olympia and flunked a doping test immediately after the competition there. Cuban silver medalist Yumileidi Cumba is to take gold.
A Russian delegation source said the thrower tested for stanozolol, the anabolic steroid used by Canadian Ben Johnson in 1988.
In another doping scandal, Greek weightlifting bronze winner Leonidas Sampanis was stripped of his medal and thrown out of the games after testing positive.
"I want you to believe me, I don't want you to desert me," he said before breaking down in tears.
Sampanis' bitter tears contrasted sharply with happy tears in the Olympic gymnasium, where Greek Dimosthenis Tampakos clinched the men's rings gold.
Canada's Kyle Shewfelt won the men's floor exercise and Romania's Monica Rosu triumphed in the women's vault final.
France's Emillie Lepennec claimed the women's uneven bars crownwith defending champion Svetlana Khorkina of Russia finishing a disappointing eighth following a fall from the higher bar.
Back to athletics, Sweden picked two golds while Japanese Mizuki Noguchi kicked off to win the women's marathon in 2:26.20.
Swedish men's high jumper Stefan Holm cleared 2:36 meters for the top honor while his compatriot Christian Olsson landed the men's triple jump gold with a leap of 17.79 meters.
Hungary's Adrian Annus was victorious in the men's hammer throwwith 83.19 meters.
Romania struck two golds in rowing, where Poland, Denmark, Germany, Russia and the United States each won one.
In sailing, Brazil snatched the Laser title and Norway won the women's Europe event.
New Zealand's Sarah Ulmer clocked a world record of 3:24.537 towin the women's individual pursuit cycling event, while its cross-sea neighbor Australia grabbed a gold from China as Chantelle Newberry triumphed in the women's 10m platform diving.
The last shooting gold of the Athens Games went to Italian Andrea Benelli, who beat Finland's Marko Kemppainen in skeet shoot-out after the two scored 149 hits.
In fencing, France downed Hungary in a championship clash of the men's team epee.
After winning a marathon men's tennis doubles final which lasted until 2:50 Sunday morning, Nicolas Massu of Chile won the singles gold 20 hours later when he beat American Mardy Fish 6-3, 3-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4.
China, which fell to second after topping the medal tally for the first six days, snatched the lead back from the United States,totaling 22 golds against the U.S. 21.
Japan is a distant third with 13 golds, followed by Australia on 12 and Germany on 10.