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EselTheDonkey

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    Germany
  • Favourite Olympic Games
    Both
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    Athletics, Alpine Skiing, Ski Jumping
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    Felix Neureuther, Viktoria Rebensburg
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  1. [hide] Cross-country Skiing (20) 1- Norway will win gold in both Men's and Women's Individual Sprint [YES - 5] 2- Sweden will win 2 medals in Women's Individual Sprint [NO - 2] 3- Norway will have at least 5 athletes in the final in the Men's and Women's Individual Sprint (Example: 3 Men and 2 Women qualify for the final. Bet won/yes) [NO - 6] 4- Sophie Caldwell will qualify for the final in the Women's Individual Sprint [YES - 1] 5- Andrew Young will be in Top 25 in the qualification for the Men's Individual Sprint [NO - 2] 6- Therese Johaug will win 4 gold medals [YES - 9] 7- Therese Johaug will win Women's 10km C with 35 or fewer seconds to second place [NO - 2] 8- Norway will win more or the same amount of medals in total as Canada, Finland, Italy, Russia and USA [YES - 4] 9- Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo will run the 4th leg for Norway's Relay [YES - 7] 10- Finland will win at least two or more Individual medals [NO - 3] 11- Sindre Bjoernestad Skar will represent Norway in the Teamsprint [YES - 1] 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 [NO - 5] 13- No male athlete from Sweden will win a medal (Including Relay) [YES - 3] 14- The winner of the Men's Skiathlon will be in Top 10 after the first 15km [YES - 2] 15- The same nation will lead after every leg exchange (including finish line) in the Men's or Women's Relay [YES - 4] 16- A nation will sweep a podium in any event [NO - 2] 17- At least one athlete will be 10 or more seconds after a heat winner in the Men's or Women's Individual Sprint [YES - 3] 18- The winner of the Men's 50km will win with 3 or fewer seconds to second place [YES - 2] 19- The winner time of the Men's 50km will be 1:50:00 or under [NO - 4] 20- Ebba Andersson will win more or the same amount of medals as Charlotte Kalla [YES - 3] Nordic Combined (15) 1- An Athlete will win 2 or more gold medals. [YES - 8] 2- Jarl Magnus Riiber will be Top 3 after the ski jumping in both Individual events [NO - 2] 3- Franz-Josef Rehrl will lead after the ski jumping in at least one of the Individual events [YES - 4] 4- Austria will have at least 3 or more athletes in Top 10 after the ski jumping in one of the two Individual events [YES - 3] 5- Alessandro Pittin will be in Top 35 after the ski jumping in at least one of the Individual events [YES - 10] 6- Szczepan Kupczak will fall at least 25 places back in the Cross-Country Skiing (Example: 5th after ski jumping, ends 30th. Bet won/yes) [YES - 3] 7- Ilka Herola will overtake at least 15 athletes in the Cross-Country Skiing [YES - 4] 8- Johannes Rydzek and Fabian Riessle will represent Germany in the Team Sprint [NO - 2] 9- Germany will have at least 2 or more athletes on the podium in the same event [YES - 3] 10- Japan will win at least one medal [NO - 3] 11- Finland will win a medal in the Team Sprint [YES - 3] 12- At least 2/4 events will be decided in a sprint (3 or fewer seconds) between first and second place [YES - 4] 13- The podium for the Team Event will be; 1. Germany, 2. Norway, 3. Austria [NO - 4] 14- Vinzenz Geiger will be the highest-placed German athlete in at least one Individual event [YES - 3] 15- Austria will win at least one gold medal in the Individual events [NO - 3] Ski Jumping (15) 1- Ryoyu Kobayashi will not win a gold medal in any of the Individual events [NO - 1] 2- Poland will have 3 or more athletes in Top 10 in at least one the Individual events [YES - 5] 3- Maren Lundby will win with 7 or more points to second place in Women's Individual event. [NO - 6] 4- Stefan Kraft will win at least 3 medals [NO - 3] 5- At least one defending champion (from 2017) will win a gold medal [NO - 2] 6- Vladimir Zografski will qualify for the second round in both Individual events [NO - 3] 7- Killian Peier will be in Top 12 in at least one of the Individual events [NO - 4] 8- Marcus Eisenbichler will be the highest-ranked German athlete in both Individual events [NO - 3] 9- The podium in the Mixed Team event will be; 1.Germany 2. Norway, 3. Japan [YES - 4] 10- Halvor Egner Granerud will be the highest-placed Norwegian athlete in at least one of the Individual events [NO - 3] 11- Nika Kriznar will be the only athlete born in 2000 or later to be in Top 10 in the Women's Individual event [YES - 4] 12- Norway will win a medal in all team events, Men, Women and Mixed [NO - 1] 13- Finland will qualify for the final round (last 4 jumps) in the Men's Team event [NO - 2] 14- Austria will win at least one gold medal in any event [NO - 2] 15- The leading athlete/nation in at least 4/6 events after the first round, will end up winning the gold medal (First round in a team event will be after the first jump from every athlete on the team) [YES - 5] General/Overall (6) 1- Top 3 of the Overall medal table will be; 1. Norway, 2. Germany, 3. Austria [NO - 2] 2- At least one event will be postponed with 1 hour or more during the WCH [YES - 4] 3- Austria will win at least one gold medal [NO - 3] 4- Norway will win a medal in at least 18/22 events [YES - 3] 5- Sweden and Finland will win more or the same amount medals as Germany overall [YES - 1] 6- Athletes with three names will win at least 12 or more medals in all events (Only the official name on fis.com will count. Examples: Franz-Josef Rehrl, Johannes Hoesflot Klaebo, Daniela Iraschko-Stolz) [NO - 1] [/hide]
  2. My predictions: Archery: 0-1 medals Athletics: 4-6 Boxing: 0-2 Canoeing: 6-9 Cycling Road: 0-1 Cycling Track: 1-4 Diving: 0-1 Equestrian: 4-6 Fencing: 0-1 Field Hockey: 0-2 Football: 0-2 Gymnastics: 0-2 Handball: 0-1 Judo: 2-4 Modern Pentathlon: 0-2 Rowing: 1-4 Sailing: 0-2 Shooting: 2-5 Sportclimbing: 0-1 Swimming (including Open Water): 0-3 Table Tennis: 0-2 Taekwondo: 0-1 Tennis: 0-2 Triathlon: 0-1 Volleyball (including Beach): 0-1 Wrestling: 0-3 Rest: 0 Overall: 19 - 66 19+66 = 85 85/2 = 42,5 So my prediction is 42 to 43 medals for Germany.
  3. EselTheDonkey

    Alpine Skiing FIS World Championships 2019

    You could start with a Slalom run and then reverse the result for the starting order in the Downhill.
  4. EselTheDonkey

    Fencing FIE World Cup 2018 - 2019

    It's like in the Tennis World Ranking List with athletes regularly winning and losing points.
  5. EselTheDonkey

    Olympians who died in 2019

    German Olympic Champion in Rowing, Maximilian Reinelt, died yesterday at the age of 30: https://www.tz.de/sport/mehr/maximilian-reinelt-ruder-olympiasieger-mit-30-jahren-gestorben-zr-11754053.html Reinelt won the gold in London 2012 and silver in Rio 2018 with the german eight. According to the media, he died during a skiing holiday in St. Moritz. The cause of his death is not yet known.
  6. EselTheDonkey

    Alpine Skiing FIS World Championships 2019

    If Vlhova does participate, I think you will have a good Chance. She would have won her run for sure, and you would only have needed one more win for at least a tie. Which is possible, our men's team with Neureuther possibly not competing in team's event and Luitz being injured is a bit dubious as well. But I agree that without her Germany would be the favourite.
  7. EselTheDonkey

    Alpine Skiing FIS World Championships 2019

    Looks like we'll meet again in team's event. Same procedure as every year. Here's hoping Vlhova takes a rest to have more energy for the Slalom.
  8. I'm not dramatic at all, especially not 1,5 years before the Games even begin.. I just think that it's more realistic this time. To begin with, if this is a projection they have probably counted the medals won by Kristina Vogel
  9. 47 medals, including 17 Gold? I'll take it at once, but I'm afraid we'll struggle to reach fourty.
  10. EselTheDonkey

    Alpine Skiing FIS World Cup 2018 - 2019

    German Eurosport commentator just said, that Vlhova made the home crowd in Maribor happy.
  11. [hide] Event & Date Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Women's Super-G Day 1 February 5th, 2019 Nicole Schmidhofer x Ramona Siebenhofer Stephanie Venier Ester Ledecka Viktoria Rebensburg x Federica Brignone Sofia Goggia x Tina Weirather Ragnhild Mowinckel Ilka Stuhec Lara Gut-Behrami Lindsey Vonn Mikaela Shiffrin Any Other Athlete Men's Super-G Day 2 February 6th, 2019 Vincent Kriechmayr x Matthias Mayer Hannes Reichelt Johan Clarey x Josef Ferstl Christoph Innerhofer Dominik Paris x Kjetil Jansrud Alexander Aamodt Kilde Axel Lund Svindal Mauro Caviezel Beat Feuz Any Other Athlete Women's Alpine Combined Day 3 February 8th, 2019 Ricarda Haaser Ramona Siebenhofer Any Athlete from Canada Any Athlete from France Marta Basino Federica Brignone Ragnhild Mowinckel Ana Bucik Ilka Stuhec Wendy Holdener x Petra Vlhova x Mikaela Shiffrin x Any Other Athlete Men's Downhill Day 4 February 9th, 2019 Vincent Kriechmayr x Matthias Mayer Hannes Reichelt Johan Clarey Adrien Theaux Josef Ferstl Christoph Innerhofer Dominik Paris x Alexander Aamodt Kilde Kjetil Jansrud Axel Lund Svindal Mauro Caviezel Beat Feuz x Bryce Bennett Any Other Athlete Women's Downhill Day 5 February 10th, 2019 Nicole Schmidhofer x Ramona Siebenhofer Stephanie Venier Romane Miradoli Kira Weidle x Viktoria Rebensburg Nicol Delago Nadia Fanchini Sofia Goggia x Tina Weirather Ilka Stuhec Corinne Suter Lara Gut-Behrami Lindsey Vonn Any Other Athlete Men's Alpine Combined Day 6 February 11th, 2019 Romed Baumann Marcel Hirscher Vincent Kriechmayr Marco Schwarz x Alexis Pinturault x :FRA Victor Muffat-Jeandet x :ITA Dominik Paris :NOR Alexander Aamodt Kilde :NOR Kjetil Jansrud Pavel Trikichev :SUI Mauro Caviezel :SUI Luca Aerni :USA Ted Ligety :WHT Any Other Athlete Mixed Team Event Day 7 February 12th, 2019 :AUT Austria x :CAN Canada :FRA France :GER Germany x :ITA Italy :NOR Norway :SVK Slovakia :SLO Slovenia Sweden x :SUI Switzerland :USA United States :WHT Any Other Nation Women's Giant Slalom Day 8 February 14th, 2019 :AUT Any Athlete from Austria :FRA Tessa Worley :GER Viktoria Rebensburg x :ITA Federica Brignone x :ITA Marta Bassino :NOR Ragnhild Mowinckel :SVK Petra Vlhova :SLO Meta Hrovat Frida Hansdotter :SUI Wendy Holdener :SUI Lara Gut-Behrami :USA Mikaela Shiffrin x :WHT Any Other Athlete Men's Giant Slalom Day 9 February 15th, 2019 :AUT Manuel Feller :AUT Marcel Hirscher x :FRA Mathieu Faivre x :FRA Thomas Fanara :FRA Alexis Pinturault :GER Stefan Luitz x :NOR Henrik Kristoffersen :NOR Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen :SLO Zan Kranjec Mats Olsson :SUI Loic Meillard :USA Tommy Ford :WHT Any Other Athlete Women's Slalom Day 10 February 16th, 2019 :AUT Katharina Liensberger :AUT Bernadette Schild :AUT Katharina Truppe :CAN Erin Mielzynski :GER Christina Geiger :ITA Irene Curtoni :SVK Petra Vlhova x Frida Hansdotter x Anna Swenn Larsson :SUI Wendy Holdener :USA Mikaela Shiffrin x :WHT Any Other Athlete Men's Slalom Day 11 February 17th, 2019 :AUT Manuel Feller :AUT Marcel Hirscher x :AUT Michael Matt :AUT Marco Schwarz :FRA Clement Noel x :FRA Alexis Pinturault Dave Ryding :GER Felix Neureuther :NOR Henrik Kristoffersen Andre Myhrer :SUI Daniel Yule x :SUI Ramon Zehnhaeusern :WHT Any Other Athlete [/hide]
  12. EselTheDonkey

    Which Countries deserve to host the Winter Olympics Games ?

    Given that the last time we hosted them was in 1936, I honestly think Germany deserves it. But right now there's sadly no way that the public will agree.
  13. Do I understand correctly, that each federation can send two boats per event? https://cdn.dosb.de/user_upload/Olympische_Spiele/Tokio_2020/internationale_Qualifikationskriterien/ICF_Canoe_Sprint_20181015.pdf If so, that's a big change.
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