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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [YES/NO - X]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [YES/NO - X]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14.[YES/NO - X]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [YES/NO - X]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [YES/NO - X]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [YES/NO - X]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[YES/NO - X]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [YES/NO - X]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES/NO - X]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES/NO - X]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES/NO - X]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [YES/NO - X]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 10]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 10]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [NO - 10]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [NO - 10]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES/NO - X]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [YES/NO - X]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [YES/NO - X]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [YES/NO - X]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [YES/NO - X]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES/NO - X]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [YES/NO - X]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [YES/NO - X]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES/NO - X]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [YES - 10]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [YES - 10]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES/NO - X]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 10]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES/NO - X]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [YES/NO - X]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [YES/NO - X]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[YES/NO - X]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [YES/NO - X]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [YES/NO - X]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [YES/NO - X]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES/NO - X]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [YES/NO - X]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[YES/NO - X]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [NO - 10]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 10]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES/NO - X]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [YES/NO - X]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [YES/NO - X]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [YES/NO - X]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[YES/NO - X]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [YES/NO - X]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [YES/NO - X]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [YES/NO - X]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [YES/NO - X]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [YES/NO - X]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [YES/NO - X]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [NO - 10]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [NO - 10]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 10]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [YES - 10]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES/NO - X]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [YES/NO - X]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [YES/NO - X]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [YES/NO - X]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [YES/NO - X]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[YES/NO - X]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [YES/NO - X]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [YES/NO - X]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [YES/NO - X]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [YES/NO - X]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [YES/NO - X]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [YES/NO - X]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [YES/NO - X]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES/NO - X]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [YES/NO - X]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [YES/NO - X]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES/NO - X]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [YES/NO - X]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [YES/NO - X]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [YES/NO - X]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [YES/NO - X]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [YES/NO - X]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [YES/NO - X]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[YES/NO - X]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [YES/NO - X]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES/NO - X]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES/NO - X]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES/NO - X]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [YES/NO - X]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [YES/NO - X]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [YES/NO - X]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [YES/NO - X]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [YES/NO - X]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [YES/NO - X]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [YES/NO - X]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [YES/NO - X]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [YES/NO - X]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [YES/NO - X]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES/NO - X]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [YES/NO - X]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES/NO - X]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES/NO - X]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES/NO - X]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [YES/NO - X]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[YES/NO - X]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [YES/NO - X]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [YES/NO - X]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[YES/NO - X]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [YES/NO - X]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [YES/NO - X]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [YES/NO - X]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES/NO - X]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [YES/NO - X]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [YES/NO - X]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [NO - 10]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [NO - 10]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [YES - 2]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [NO - 6]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14.[YES - 5]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 7]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [NO - 7]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [NO - 8]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[NO - 2]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [NO - 1]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 2]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 3]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [NO - 5]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 2]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [NO - 1]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [YES - 10]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 5]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [NO - 3]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [YES - 3]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [NO - 1]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [YES - 1]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES - 3]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [NO - 1]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [NO - 2]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 4]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 3]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [NO - 2]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 7]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES - 4]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [NO - 5]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 3]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [NO - 2]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [NO - 7]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[YES - 1]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [NO - 2]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [NO - 4]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [NO - 7]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES - 2]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [YES - 3]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[NO - 2]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [YES - 2]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 8]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES - 1]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [YES - 6]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [NO - 1]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [YES - 1]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[NO - 3]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [NO - 4]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [YES - 10]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [NO - 3]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [NO - 1]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [NO - 7]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 4]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [NO - 6]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [YES - 1]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [NO - 2]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 10]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [NO - 4]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES - 3]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [YES - 2]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [NO - 2]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [YES - 2]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [YES - 1]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[YES - 2]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [YES - 2]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [NO - 3]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [NO - 2]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 3]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [NO - 9]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [YES - 2]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [NO - 5]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 2]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [NO - 3]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [NO - 1]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES - 9]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [NO - 5]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [NO - 4]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [NO - 7]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [YES - 4]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [NO - 2]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [NO - 3]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 2]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[YES - 2]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [NO - 3]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [YES - 2]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 7]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES - 3]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 4]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 3]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [YES - 2]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 1]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [NO - 8]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [NO - 2]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [NO - 1]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [YES - 2]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [YES - 1]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [YES - 1]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [NO - 2]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [YES - 2]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [YES - 2]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES - 2]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES - 3]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [NO - 10]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 1]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 1]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES - 5]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [NO - 1]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[NO - 2]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 3]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [YES - 2]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[NO - 3]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [YES - 2]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 2]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [YES - 2]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [NO - 1]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES - 2]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [NO - 1]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 4]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [YES - 1]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [YES - 3]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [YES - 2]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [YES - 4]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14. [YES - 6]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 3]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [NO - 5]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [NO - 2]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden). [NO - 2]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [YES - 2]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [NO - 3]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 4]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [NO - 2]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [NO - 1]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [NO - 2]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 2]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [YES - 2]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [NO - 4]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [YES - 3]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [NO - 2]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES - 2]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [NO - 1]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [NO - 2]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 2]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 3]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [NO - 1]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 6]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES - 5]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 2]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 1]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [YES - 3]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [NO - 5]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke. [YES - 2]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [YES - 4]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [YES - 5]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [NO - 4]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES - 3]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [YES - 2]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal. [NO - 4]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [YES - 1]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 2]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES - 1]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [YES - 2]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [NO - 6]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [YES - 2]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined. [YES - 4]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [YES - 4]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [YES - 4]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [NO - 3]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [YES - 2]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [NO - 2]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 8]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [NO - 4]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [NO - 5]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [NO - 5]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 5]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [NO - 3]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES - 6]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [YES - 4]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [NO - 3]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [NO - 9]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [NO - 2]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour. [YES - 3]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [YES - 3]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [YES - 2]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [YES - 4]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 2]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [NO - 4]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [NO - 4]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [NO - 4]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 2]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [YES - 4]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [NO - 3]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES - 10]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [NO - 4]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [NO - 2]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [NO - 3]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [NO - 2]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [YES - 2]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [NO - 2]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 4]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition. [NO - 2]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [YES - 2]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [YES - 3]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 5]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES - 1]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 6]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 3]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [NO - 3]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 2]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [NO - 5]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [NO - 2]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [YES - 2]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [YES - 4]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [NO - 5]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [NO - 2]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [YES - 2]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [NO - 5]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [NO - 3]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES - 2]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES - 2]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [NO - 10]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 5]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 2]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES - 8]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [YES - 3]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country. [NO - 2]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 6]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [NO - 4]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals. [NO - 2]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [NO - 2]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 2]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [YES - 2]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [NO - 3]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES - 3]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [YES - 1]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 6]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [NO - 2]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [NO - 4]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [NO - 2]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [NO - 5]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14.[YES - 4]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [YES - 3]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [YES - 1]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [YES - 4]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[NO - 2]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [NO - 2]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 5]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 3]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 2]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 6]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [NO - 4]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 4]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [YES - 3]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [NO - 4]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [YES - 4]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [YES - 4]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [NO - 4]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [YES - 2]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [NO - 3]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 4]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 2]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [YES - 6]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [YES - 2]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES - 3]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [NO - 3]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 7]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [NO - 4]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [NO - 3]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[YES - 4]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [YES - 2]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [YES - 6]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [YES - 2]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES - 2]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [YES - 4]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[NO - 5]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [YES - 4]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 6]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES - 4]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [YES - 6]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [YES - 4]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [NO - 2]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[YES - 4]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [YES - 6]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [NO - 4]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [YES - 3]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [YES - 4]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [NO - 3]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 4]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [YES - 3]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [NO - 4]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [YES - 6]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 10]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [NO - 6]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [NO - 3]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [YES - 4]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [YES - 3]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [YES - 5]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [NO - 3]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[NO - 4]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [YES - 6]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [YES - 4]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [YES - 4]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 5]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [NO - 4]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [NO - 4]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [NO - 3]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 2]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [YES - 3]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [NO - 2]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [NO - 2]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [YES - 3]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [YES - 4]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [YES - 4]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [NO - 1]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [NO - 1]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [YES - 2]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 3]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[YES - 4]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [YES - 4]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [YES - 1]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 3]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES - 3]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 2]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 1]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [YES - 1]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 3]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [YES - 1]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [NO - 2]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [YES - 3]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [YES - 2]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [YES - 1]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [NO - 1]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [YES - 2]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [NO - 3]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [YES - 2]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES - 2]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES - 2]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [YES - 2]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 2]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 4]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES - 4]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [NO - 3]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[NO - 1]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 1]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [NO - 2]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[NO - 2]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [NO - 4]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 4]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [YES - 5]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [NO - 5]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES - 3]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [YES - 2]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 3]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [YES - 2]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [NO - 3]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [NO - 10]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [YES - 2]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14. [YES - 1]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 1]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [NO - 4]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [NO - 1]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[NO - 3]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [NO - 1]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 1]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 3]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [NO - 1]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 1]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 2]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 1]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [YES - 1]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [YES - 1]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 2]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [NO - 1]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [YES - 3]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [YES - 1]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [NO - 1]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [NO - 7]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [YES - 5]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [NO - 2]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 2]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 1]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [YES - 3]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 2]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES - 5]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 1]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 2]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [YES - 2]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [NO - 6]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[YES - 3]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [YES - 4]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [YES - 4]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [NO - 10]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [NO - 1]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [NO - 5]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[NO - 2]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [YES - 5]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 1]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES - 8]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [YES - 3]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [NO - 3]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [NO - 1]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[NO - 7]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [YES - 3]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [YES - 7]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [YES - 1]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [YES - 2]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [NO - 7]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 3]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [YES - 2]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [YES - 1]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [NO - 2]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 10]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [NO - 1]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES - 5]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [NO - 1]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [NO - 4]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [NO - 1]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [YES - 2]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[NO - 1]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [NO - 2]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [NO - 5]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [YES - 3]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 1]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [NO - 10]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [NO - 4]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [YES - 2]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 1]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [NO - 5]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [NO - 2]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES - 1]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [NO - 10]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [YES - 1]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [NO - 3]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [NO - 6]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [NO - 5]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [YES - 2]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 2]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[YES - 3]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [NO - 5]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [YES - 10]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 8]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [NO - 1]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 1]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 1]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [NO - 3]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 1]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [NO - 3]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [YES - 6]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [NO - 5]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [NO - 1]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [YES - 1]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [NO - 1]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [NO - 1]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [NO - 1]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [NO - 1]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES - 7]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES - 1]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [NO - 10]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 1]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 1]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [NO - 2]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [YES - 1]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[YES - 2]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 1]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [NO - 2]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[YES - 2]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [YES - 3]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 6]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [NO - 10]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [YES - 1]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [NO - 1]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [NO - 1]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 1]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [NO - 1]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [NO - 2]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [NO - 3]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [NO - 6]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14. [YES - 7]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 4]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [YES - 3]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [NO - 3]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[ NO - 4]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [YES - 5]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 2]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 8]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 2]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 7]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 1]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [NO - 1]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [NO - 6]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 2]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [NO - 2]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [NO - 2]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [NO - 1]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [NO - 3]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES - 2]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [NO - 3]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [YES - 2]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 1]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 3]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [NO - 1]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 1]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES - 6]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 1]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 4]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [NO - 3]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [NO - 1]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[YES - 3]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [YES - 5]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [YES - 5]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [NO - 5]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES - 1]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [YES - 2]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[NO - 4]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [YES - 3]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 2]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES- 4]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [NO - 2]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [YES - 5]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [YES - 2]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[NO - 2]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [YES - 2]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [YES - 10]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [NO - 5]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [NO - 3]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [YES - 2]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 4]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [NO - 6]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [YES - 3]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [NO - 3]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 10]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [NO - 2]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES - 1]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [NO - 1]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [YES - 3]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [YES - 4]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [YES - 2]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[YES - 1]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [NO - 2]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [NO - 3]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [YES - 1]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's and/or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 4]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [NO - 10]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's and/or Men's Road Race. [YES - 2]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [NO - 4]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 2]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [NO - 3]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [YES - 1]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES - 1]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [NO - 2]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's and/or Men's Individual Épée final. [NO - 4]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [NO - 4]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [YES - 2]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [NO - 4]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [NO - 8]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 2]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[NO - 3]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [YES - 2]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [NO - 1]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 3]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES - 1]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 1]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 2]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [NO - 2]

 

91- At least twice will we see the at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 2]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [NO - 4]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [YES - 7]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [YES - 3]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [YES - 3]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [NO - 1]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [NO - 1]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [YES - 2]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [NO - 2]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [YES - 1]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES - 4]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [NO - 2]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [NO - 5]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 3]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 2]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES - 8]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [YES - 4]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[NO - 3]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 3]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [NO - 5]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's and/or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[YES - 2]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [NO - 3]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 4]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [YES - 5]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [NO - 3]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's and/or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES - 3]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [YES - 3]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 4]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [YES - 1]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [NO - 3]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [YES - 6]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [NO - 5]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14.[YES - 4]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 3]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [NO - 2]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [NO - 5]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[NO - 1]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [YES - 4]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 5]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 3]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 5]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [NO - 7]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 7]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [NO - 3]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [YES - 5]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 4]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [NO - 5]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [YES - 2]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [YES - 1]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [YES - 3]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES - 2]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [NO - 1]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [YES - 1]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 3]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 5]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [NO - 1]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 4]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [YES - 2]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 1]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 2]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [NO - 1]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. [YES - 2]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[YES - 3]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [NO - 1]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [NO - 5]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [NO - 4]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES - 1]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [YES - 3]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[NO - 4]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [YES - 3]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [NO - 4]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES - 1]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [NO - 1]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [NO - 2]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [YES - 3]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[NO - 1]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [NO - 4]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [NO - 1]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [NO - 1]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [YES - 5]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [NO - 3]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 2]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [NO - 2]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [YES - 4]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [NO - 1]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 10]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [NO - 2]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES - 1]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [YES - 5]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [NO - 4]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [YES - 4]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [YES - 4]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[YES - 1]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [YES - 3]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [YES - 4]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [YES - 4]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 1]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [YES - 3]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [NO - 4]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [NO - 3]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 4]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [YES - 4]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [YES - 2]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES - 7]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [NO - 6]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [YES - 2]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [YES - 1]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [YES - 3]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [NO - 3]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [YES - 1]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 2]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[YES - 1]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [YES - 4]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [NO - 2]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 6]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES - 4]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 4]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 7]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [YES - 4]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 5]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [NO - 6]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [NO - 3]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [YES - 1]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [YES - 3]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [YES - 1]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [NO - 2]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [NO - 4]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [NO - 2]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [YES - 4]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [YES - 3]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES - 5]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [YES - 1]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 1]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 3]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES - 4]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [NO - 3]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[NO - 3]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 2]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [YES - 1]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[NO - 2]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [NO - 3]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 2]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. [NO - 3]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [NO - 2]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES - 3]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [YES - 2]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 4]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [YES - 3]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [NO - 2]

 

 

 

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [NO - 2]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [NO - 4]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14.[YES - 3]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 5]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [NO - 3]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [YES - 5]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden).[YES - 2]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [YES - 3]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 3]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 3]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 4]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [NO - 4]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [YES - 4]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [YES - 3]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [NO - 3]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [YES - 5]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [YES - 2]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [NO - 5]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES - 2]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [YES - 3]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [NO - 7]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [NO - 3]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 5]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [YES - 5]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 3]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [NO - 3]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 6]

 

31- A nation will medal in all six relays. [YES - 4]

 

32- Great Britain will finish in the top 5 of the pool events' medal table. [YES - 4]

 

33- There will be at least one false start in an individual final. NO - 4]

 

34- Either Cameron van der Burgh (RSA) or Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) will defend his/her olympic title in 100m Breaststroke.[NO - 1]

 

35- A gap of one second or more between the gold and silver medal winners will be clocked in 3 or more individual finals, ranging from 50m to 200m events.  [YES - 3]

 

36- At least 5 world records will be broken in Rio 2016. [NO - 4]

 

37- At least 3 of the following 5 NOCs will win a medal: Bahamas, Egypt, Iceland, Jamaica, Singapore. [NO - 4]


 

Aquatics - Synchronized Swimming (1)


38- At least 4 different nations will finish the Synchronised Swimming competitions with any medal. [YES - 3]
 

 

Aquatics - Water Polo (2)


39- The men's final will be played by two ex-yugoslav nations (CRO, MNE, SRB). [NO - 4]

 

40- In the knockout stage, any 4th placed team from the group stage will upset a group winner and qualify for the semifinal.[NO - 4]


 

Archery (2)


41- At least one top 8 seed in Women's or Men's Individual Archery will suffer an early exit in the Round of 64. [NO - 3]
 

42- South Korea will win all the gold medals in Archery. [YES - 3]


 

Athletics (12)


43- Usain Bolt (JAM) will repeat a gold medal treble once again. [YES - 4]

44- There will be at least one sweep of medals, athletes from one country taking gold, silver and bronze. [YES - 6]
 

45- At least 5 olympic records will be broken. [YES - 3]

 

46- At least two teams will be disqualified in the 4x100 finals (men and women combined). [YES - 2]

 

47- The Women's and Men's Olympic champion in High Jump will have cleared a height of at least 4.40m combined.[YES - 2]

 

48- All medals in both marathon events will be won by African nations. [YES - 3]

 

49- Poland will achieve a double gold in Hammer throw events. [NO - 5]

 

50- A non-european athlete will win gold in either Men's or Women's Javelin Throw. [NO - 3]

 

51- A former olympic champion, who is not currently a defending one, will become champion again in Rio 2016 (not counting relay events). [YES - 4]

 

52- The whole final in the Men's 400m comprises of athletes representing nations including red in their flag. [NO - 3]

 

53- The leader after the first five events in the Men's Decathlon will finish outside the top 3 on the following day. [NO - 4]

 

54- The gold medalist in Men's Discus Throw will throw 70.00m or more. [NO - 4]

 

 

Badminton (2)


55- At least one set in any event will end with a score of 30-28 or higher. [YES - 2]
 

56- A non-asian country will win a gold medal. [YES - 6]


 

Basketball (2)


57- The United States will win the gold medal in Women's as well as in Men's Basketball. [YES - 7]
 

58- The Men's final will end by a margin of at least 20 points. [YES - 3]


 

Boxing (2)


59- Both Nicola Adams (GBR) and Katie Taylor (IRL) will return home with a medal. [YES - 4]
 

60- The whole Boxing program will result in at least 8 bouts decided before the end of the 3 reglamentary rounds. [YES - 3]


 

Canoeing - Slalom (2)


61- At least one country will win 3 or more medals between all events. [YES - 5]

 

62- Two or more nations will be represented in all four slalom canoeing finals. [YES - 5]


 

Canoeing - Sprint (2)


63- At least one athlete starting from an outer lane (1 or 8) will win a medal. [NO - 2]
 

64- Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) will delight the home crowd with either one gold medal or at least two medals of any colour.[NO - 1]


 

Cycling - BMX (2)


65- There will be a crash (between two or more riders) in either the Men's or Women's Final. [YES - 2]

 

66- Australia will win at least one gold medal. [YES - 1]


 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (2)


67- Nino Schurter (SUI) will complete his set of medals with a gold medal from Rio 2016, after previously winning bronze in 2008 and silver in 2012. [NO - 2]
 

68- Mauritius', Rwanda's or Lesotho's male rider(s) will finish ahead of at least one athlete coming from a nation represented by 3 riders (SUI, FRA, ESP, CZE, ITA). [NO - 2]


 

Cycling - Road (2)


69- A group finish with at least 20 riders clocking the same time will decide the medals in Men's Road Race. [NO - 3]
 

70- Less than half the riders will finish in the Women's or Men's Road Race. [NO - 2]


 

Cycling - Track (3)


71- Australia will win a gold medal in both Team Pursuit events. [NO - 1]

 

72- The world record in the Men's Team Pursuit will be broken. [YES - 2]

 

73- The winner of either the Men's or Women's Omnium will win at least 3 of the 6 events. [YES - 2]


 

Equestrian (2)


74- At least 15 athletes will be eliminated or will retire during the cross-country stage of Eventing competition. [NO - 2]

 

75- Germany will win more medals than the Netherlands. [YES - 3]


 

Fencing (2)


76- At least 2 countries will win at least 3 gold medals. [YES - 2]
 

77- There will be an overtime period in the Women's or Men's Individual Épée final. [NO - 3]


 

Field Hockey (2)


78- India's Men will end their medal drought since 1980 with any medal won in Rio. [NO - 5]
 

79- The Women's Tournament will have medalists from three different continents. [NO - 2]


 

Football (3)


80- At least 4 Football matches will be decided in a penalty shoot-out. [NO - 3]
 

81- Brazil will win their first Men's Olympic Football title. [YES - 3]

 

82- At least 8 red cards will be awarded in the Men's Tournament. [NO - 2]

 

 

Golf (2)


83- The eventual winner in the Men's Tournament won't be placed among the top 5 after the first day of competition.[NO - 4]
 

84- USA will win a medal in both the Men's and Women's Tournaments. [YES - 1]

 

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (3)


85- Romania will fail to win a medal in Artistic Gymnastics. [YES - 3]
 

86- Simone Biles will win at least four total medals. [YES - 2]

 

87- At least one finalist in both Men's Horizontal Bar and Men's Pommel Horse will fall during their routines. [YES - 3]


 

Gymnastics - Rhythmic (1)


88- Both gold and silver medals will be won by ex-USSR countries. [YES - 3]
 

 

Gymnastics - Trampoline (1)


89- China will win the gold medal in both Trampoline events. [YES - 4]

 

 

Handball (2)


90- A non-european nation will win a medal (Men's or Women's). [YES - 3]

 

91- At least twice we will see at least 40 goals scored in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 2]


 

Judo (2)


92- Teddy Riner (FRA) will be beaten. [NO - 3]
 

93- A nation will win it's first Judo Gold Medal. [YES - 4]


 

Modern Pentathlon (2)


94- In either the Men's or Women's event, the athlete starting first in the Combined stage will win the gold medal. [YES - 1]

 

95- A non-european athlete in either the Women's or Men's Competition will win a medal. [NO - 2]


 

Rowing (3)


96- Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) will reach her 6th Olympic final in Women's Single Sculls. [YES - 2]
 

97- More countries will win medals in Rowing compared to London 2012 (18 countries). [NO - 3]

 

98- Athletes from all 5 continents will win a medal. [YES - 2]


 

Rugby Sevens (2)

 

99- All the medals in the Men's Tournament will be won by nations from Oceania. [YES - 3]

 

100- At least one match on the Women's side will end in a tie. [YES - 2]

 

 

Sailing (2)


101- At least one boat will be guaranteed the gold medal before the final Medal Race. [NO - 3]
 

102- Brazilian Robert Scheidt will win his 6th consecutive olympic medal. [YES - 3]

 

 

Shooting (3)


103- All 15 events will see at least one medal winner from an Asian country. [NO - 6]
 

104- There will be at least one new world record set in any event. [YES - 3]

 

105- At least one shooter will repeat their gold medal success from the 2012 Summer Games. [YES - 4]


 

Table Tennis (2)


106- Chinese athletes will take all 4 gold medals. [YES - 6]
 

107- The Women's Team final will result in a 3-0 score. [YES - 4]


 

Taekwondo (2)


108- At least one medalist athlete in this sport will be winning at the same time the first ever olympic medal for his/her country.[NO - 4]
 

109- At least one of the four invited athletes (Boui CAF, Ferrera HON, Louissant HAI, Rawal NEP) will advance into the quarterfinals. [NO - 4]


 

Tennis (2)


110- Serena Williams will fail to win a gold medal (in all events). [NO - 3]

 

111- An unseeded player in the women's or men's singles competition will go as high reaching at least the semifinals.[YES - 3]


 

Triathlon (2)


112- The Brownlee brothers will celebrate together on the podium. [YES - 3]
 

113- The eventual winners of both the Men's and Women's Races will not be among top 5 placed after the swimming and cycling stages. [NO - 3]


 

Volleyball - Indoor (2)


114- No medal matches in either the Women's or the Men's Tournament will end with a 3-0 score. NO - 3]

 

115- An african team will win a group stage match for the first time in history (either Men's or Women's). [NO - 3]

 

 

Volleyball - Beach (2)


116- There will be an all-Brazilian final in Men's or Women's Beach Volleyball. [YES - 3]

 

 

Weightlifting (2)


117- At least one leader after the Snatch part will have three invalid lifts in the Clean & Jerk. [NO - 3]
 

118- A medal will be won by an athlete starting from Group B. [NO - 5]


 

Wrestling (2)


119- At least one gold medal match will end by a fall. [YES - 3]
 

120- Russia will win more Freestyle gold medals than Japan. [YES - 2]

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (26)


1- Medals will be awarded to more nations than at the 2012 Summer Games - with at least 86. [YES/9]

2- The best-placed European NOC in the overall 2016 Summer Olympics medal table will be Russia. [NO - 10]

3- Brazil will achieve their best ever placement in the overall 2016 Summer Games medal table, finishing within the top 14. [YES- 2]
 

4- Finland will fail to win a medal for the first time in history. [NO - 2]

 

5- At least 4 countries will win their first olympic medal. [YES - 1]

 

6- Rio 2016 will be India's best ever performance in overall medals won (7 or more). [YES - 5]

 

7- Denmark will be placed higher than any other nordic country in the medal table (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden). [YES - 4]

 

8- Netherlands will win more silver medals than any other color. [YES - 1]

 

9- Maghreb countries (ALG, TUN, MAR, MTN, LBA) will win at least 5 medals total. [YES - 3]

 

10- Japan will finish ahead of South Korea in the medal table. [YES - 8]

 

11- Azerbaijan will finish ahead of Turkey in the medal table. [YES - 2]

 

12- Ethiopia will finish ahead of Kenya in the medal table. [NO - 3]

 

13- Cuba will finish ahead of Jamaica in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

14- Germany will finish ahead of France in the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

15- Serbia will finish ahead of Croatia in the medal table. [YES - 4]

 

16- The youngest medalist at the 2016 Summer Olympics will be younger than 16 years. [NO - 3]

 

17- Spain will win more than one medal in all team sports combined. [NO - 3]

 

18- Iran will achieve their first medal won by a woman. [YES - 6]

 

19- At least 15 different american nations will win medals. [NO - 3]

 

20- At least two nations that last won a medal in Atlanta 1996 or before, will medal again in Rio 2016. [NO - 1]

 

21- There will be at least one nation who will win 8 medals or more, but won't win a gold medal. [NO - 3]

 

22- Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei and Singapore will all win a medal. [YES- 4]

 

23- Like in London 2012, more silver medals than gold medals will be awarded. [NO - 3]

 

24- The top 5 in the overall medal table will change its order on the very final day of the 2016 Summer Olympics. [YES - 4]

 

25- Argentina will win at least one gold medal in Rio 2016. [YES - 4]

 

26- Lithuania alone will win more medals than Estonia and Latvia together. [YES - 5]

 

 

Aquatics - Diving (2)


27- China will win all four Synchronised Diving events. [YES - 2]
 

28- Canada will medal in all four Women's events. [NO - 1]


 

Aquatics - Swimming (9)


29- Australian athletes take at least 2 golds out of the following 4 events: Women's 50m FS, Women's 100m FS, Men's 50m FS, Men's 100m FS. [NO - 3]
 

30- A nation will win 2 or more medals in Marathon Swimming. [YES - 2]

 

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