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wumo26

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  1. In another dimension, time is relative to the square root of the mass of a macaque monkey. #Becausescience Edit: 12- At least 2 or more athletes from the Women's 5km C will be slower than the winner of the Men's 10km C (DNF and DNS don't count)
  2. *Note to myself. Next time I create questions for a bet contest, be sure to think ALL possible scenarios before you formulate a question*. To be honest, I don't know. Maybe I'm the only one thinking that because you start you have made an effort to set a time and therefore you can be slower or faster than someone else. Anyway, if no one thought that, except me, and the time winner time of 10km is not under 25:50, there is no problem.
  3. When we are on the topic of discussing the questions in the Nordic Bet contest. This question: 12- At least 2 or more athletes from the Women's 5km C will be slower than the winner of the Men's 10km C Salcedo didn't start, so she will not count because she never try to set a time. Then we come to the controversial part. Laczko DNF, but because she started, and tried to set a time, she will count. Klobuczek's time of 25:50.8 is the mark. If the winner time in the Men's 10km C is under this, the answer will be yes.
  4. Yes. Example: Norway's Men's Relay wins gold. Athletes on Relay: Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo, Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Sjur Roethe, Emil Iversen. 2 medals won by athletes with three names. I can see that the question maybe isn´t formulated precisely enough. "At least one defending champion (from 2017) will win a gold medal". In my opinion, and what I meant with the question, is that a defending champion/gold medalist from 2017 will win a gold medal in any event. It would probably have been more precise if the question was, " At least one gold medallist from 2017 will win a gold medal". 1) As you write in your comment, Klaebo is a good sprinter, and therefore he would likely be put last in the relay, so if you had some knowledge about his strengths, you could predict he would be put last in the relay. (Also he is a better freestyle skier than for example Iversen, who he is also a good sprinter.) 2) That is just a fun, sort of silly question which is a pure guess for all betters/predicters in the contest. Of course it would be annoying if you lost by one point and you got the question wrong, but that is how it is for all user in this bet contest. By the way, comments and criticism like this are really welcoming. This is the first time I have hosted a betting/prediction contest, so all comments and opinions how I, as a host, and the contest could be improved are very welcoming.
  5. Well the war between Sweden and Norway has started (or it continues)...
  6. You will be missed Adrian Solano...
  7. I don't see why surfing would be interesting...
  8. [hide] Event & Date Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Cross-Country Skiing Men's Sprint Freestyle February 21st, 2019 Alex Harvey Lucas Chavanat Richard Jouve Baptiste Gros Federico Pellegrino x Emil Iversen Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo x Finn Haagen Krogh x Sindre Bjoernestad Skar Alexander Bolshunov Gleb Retivykh Any Athlete from Sweden Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Women's Sprint Freestyle February 21st, 2019 Sandra Ringwald Mari Eide Maiken Caspersen Falla x Kristine Stavaas Sistad Any Other Athlete from Norway Natalia Nepryaeva Yulia Belorukova Any Athlete from Slovenia Nadine Faehndrich Maja Dahlqvist x Stina Nilsson x Any Other Athlete from Sweden Sophie Caldwell Jessica Diggins Any Other Athlete Nordic Combined Men's Individual Gundersen Large Hill 10km Cross-Country February 22nd, 2019 Martin Fritz Franz-Josef Rehrl Mario Seidl Ilka Herola Eric Frenzel Vinzenz Geiger Fabian Riessle Johannes Rydzek x Akito Watabe x Espen Bjoernstad Joergen Graabak Jarl Magnus Riiber x Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Women's 7.5km+7.5km Skiathlon February 23rd, 2019 Teresa Stadlober Krista Parmakoski Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Therese Johaug x Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg x Heidi Weng Yulia Belorukova Natalia Nepryaeva Anastasia Sedova Natalie Von Siebenthal Ebba Andersson x Charlotte Kalla Jessica Diggins Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Men's 15km+15km Skiathlon February 23rd, 2019 Alex Harvey Iivo Niskanen Maurice Manificat Francesco De Fabiani Emil Iversen Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo x Sjur Roethe Martin Johnsrud Sundby Alexander Bolshunov x Sergey Ustiugov x Any Other Athlete from Russia Any Athlete From Sweden Dario Cologna Any Other Athlete Ski Jumping Men's Individual Large Hill February 23rd, 2019 Stefan Kraft x Roman Koudelka Marcus Eisenbichler Karl Geiger Stephan Leyhe Ryoyu Kobayashi x Johann Andre Forfang Halvor Egner Granerud Robert Johansson Dawid Kubacki Kamil Stoch x Piotr Zyla Timi Zajc Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Women's Team Sprint Classical February 24th, 2019 Finland Germany Norway x Poland Russia x Slovenia Sweden x Switzerland United States Any Other Nation Cross-Country Skiing Men's Team Sprint Classical February 24th, 2019 Canada Finland x France Great Britain Germany Italy Norway x Russia x Sweden Switzerland United States Any Other Nation Nordic Combined Men's Team Sprint Large Hill 15km Cross-Country February 24th, 2019 Austria x Czech Republic Finland France Germany x Italy Japan Norway x Poland Russia United States Any Other Nation Ski Jumping Men's Team Large Hill February 24th, 2019 Austria x Czech Republic Finland Germany x Japan Norway Poland x Russia Slovenia Switzerland Any Other Nation Cross-Country Skiing Women's 10km Classical February 26th, 2019 Teresa Stadlober Krista Parmakoski Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen Therese Johaug x Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg Any Other Athlete From Norway Yulia Belorukova Natalia Nepryaeva x Ebba Andersson x Charlotte Kalla Sadie Bjornsen Jessica Diggins Any Other Athlete Ski Jumping Women's Team Normal Hill February 26th, 2019 Austria x Czech Republic France Germany x Italy Japan x Norway Russia Slovenia United States Any Other Nation Cross-Country Skiing Men's 15km Classical February 27th, 2019 Alex Harvey Iivo Niskanen x Any Athlete From France Francesco De Fabiani Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo Martin Johnsrud Sundby Didrik Toenseth Any Other Athlete From Norway x Evgeniy Belov Alexander Bolshunov x Any Other Athlete from Russia Any Athlete From Sweden Dario Cologna Any Other Athlete Ski Jumping Women's Individual Normal Hill February 27th, 2019 Daniela Iraschko-Stolz Eva Pinkeling Katharina Althaus x Juliane Seyfarth Ramona Straub Carina Voigt Yuki Ito Sara Takanashi x Maren Lundby x Anna Odine Stroem Lidia Iakovleva Nika Kriznar Ursa Bogataj Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Women's 4x5km Relay February 28th, 2019 Finland Germany Italy Norway x Russia x Slovenia Sweden x Switzerland United States Any Other Nation Nordic Combined Men's Individual Gundersen Normal Hill 10km Cross-Country February 28th, 2019 Martin Fritz Franz-Josef Rehrl Mario Seidl Eero Hirvonen Ilka Herola Eric Frenzel Vinzenz Geiger Fabian Riessle x Johannes Rydzek x Akito Watabe Joergen Graabak Jarl Magnus Riiber x Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Men's 4x10km Relay March 1st, 2019 Canada Finland France x Germany Italy Norway x Russia x Sweden Switzerland United States Any Other Nation Ski Jumping Men's Individual Normal Hill March 1st, 2019 Stefan Kraft x Roman Koudelka Marcus Eisenbichler Karl Geiger Stephan Leyhe Ryoyu Kobayashi x Johann Andre Forfang Halvor Egner Granerud Robert Johansson Dawid Kubacki Kamil Stoch x Piotr Zyla Timi Zajc Any Other Athlete Cross-Country Skiing Women's 30km Mass Start Freestyle March 2nd, 2019 Krista Parmakoski Therese Johaug x Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg x Heidi Weng Any Other Athlete From Norway Yulia Belorukova Natalia Nepryaeva Anastasia Sedova Ebba Andersson x Charlotte Kalla Any Other Athlete from Sweden Nathalie Von Siebenthal Jessica Diggins Any Other Athlete Nordic Combined Men's Team Gundersen Normal Hill 4x5km Cross-Country March 2nd, 2019 Austria x Czech Republic Finland France Germany x Italy Japan Norway x Poland Russia United States Any Other Nation Ski Jumping Mixed Team Normal Hill March 2nd, 2019 Austria Finland France Germany x Italy Japan x Norway x Poland Russia Slovenia United States Any Other Nation Cross-Country Skiing Men's 50km Mass Start Freestyle March 3rd, 2019 Alex Harvey Jean Marc Gaillard Maurice Manificat Francesco De Fabiani Emil Iversen Sjur Roethe x Martin Johnsrud Sundby Any Other Athlete from Norway x Alexander Bolshunov Sergey Ustiugov x Any Other Athlete from Russia Any Athlete From Sweden Dario Cologna Any Other Athlete [/hide]
  9. I have just read an interview with Emil Iversen and Björn Dæhlie. Both Iversen and Klaebo expect to start in the first five races in Seefeld (Sprint, Skiathlon, Team Sprint, 15km Classical and Relay). I guess that means Iversen is not going to start in the 50km Mass Start because that would mean he would go all 6 races at the WCH.
  10. Nilsson was injured in the semifinal in Otepää back in January
  11. Sometimes I wonder why IOC created YOG, when they are turning the Olympics into the YOG featuring adults...
  12. I'm not fan of including any dancesport, but if you had to include something, Standard and Latin would be much more fitting for the Olympics.
  13. Yes. To clarify, all questions where the words "individual event/s" don't appear, team events will also count. This question is the only exception. Obviously, the team event and team sprint don't count. 9- Germany will have at least 2 or more athletes on the podium in the same event [YES/NO - X]
  14. The Swedish national team manager, Rikard Grip, expects Nilsson to be on the starting line for the sprint. Stina Nilsson is currently in Seefeld where she rehabilitates her injured thigh. - We believe and hope that Stina is on the starting line on Thursday. It is our ambition. But we are still humble. There can still be setbacks, though nothing indicates that at the moment, says Grip to SVT Sport. https://www.svt.se/sport/langdskidor/grip-om-stina-nilsson (In Swedish)
  15. Short answer: Yes, they do. The list of defending champions (from 2017): Stefan Kraft, Piotr Zyla, Dawid Kubacki, Maciej Kot, Kamil Stoch, Carina Voigt, Marcus Eisenbichler, Svenja Würth, Andreas Wellinger.
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