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[PREDICTION CONTEST] PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Bet Contest

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Sporting Rivalries and Medals (15)

 

1- On Day 1, the first 5 Gold Medals will be awarded to athletes from 5 different countries. [NO - 5]

 

2- At least 27 countries will win a Medal, surpassing the Sochi 2014 Games' total. [YES - 4]

 

3- At least 2 events will not result in the common 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze Medal Podium finish. [YES - 1]

 

4- South Korea will finish in the top five on the medal table. [NO - 3]

 

5- Canada will finish ahead of the USA in the medal table. [NO - 5]

 

6- By total medals won, Norway & Germany will win more than Canada & the United States, who in turn will win more than Japan & South Korea. [NO - 2]

 

7- At least one nation will win their first ever Gold Medal at a Winter Olympics. [YES - 4]

 

8- Excluding DNFs, at least one irish athlete will finish ahead of a briton. [YES - 3]

 

9- A nation will win six or more medals without winning gold. [YES - 2]

 

10- Austria will finish ahead of Switzerland in the medal table. [NO - 5]

 

11- We will have at least 5 Gold Medal winners being less than 18 years young on that given day. [YES - 4]

 

12- At least 3 Torino 2006 medalists will win a Medal in PyeongChang. [YES - 3]

 

13- At least one medal event will be postponed to another day. [YES - 3]

 

14- More women than men will win medals for the nation that will rank 1st on the medal table. [YES - 5]

 

15- At least 3 nations will win 10 or more gold medals. [NO - 4]

 

 

Alpine Skiing (5)

 

16- Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) will win at least 3 Gold Medals. [NO - 7]

 

17- Norway will win the most medals on the Men's side. [YES - 5]

 

18- At least 33% of the starters in Men's Slalom will not reach the finish on the first run. [NO - 3]

 

19- Naoki Yuasa (JPN) will finish both legs in the Men's Slalom. [NO - 3]

 

20- The podium of at least one event will feature only countries associated with the Alpine Region (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Slovenia and/or Switzerland). [YES - 4]

 

 

Biathlon (5)

 

21- Johannes Thingnes Boe (NOR) will win more medals than Martin Fourcade (FRA) during the whole 2018 Winter Olympics.[NO - 3]

 

22- Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK) will win her third olympic Sprint title in a row. [NO - 3]

 

23- An athlete who finished 21st or worst in the Sprint will win a Pursuit medal. [NO - 4]

 

24- There will be a Gold Medalist in the individual races with 1 or more misses on the shooting range. [NO - 3]

 

25- The Ukrainian team will win more total medals than Italy. [NO - 3]

 

 

Bobsleigh (2)

 

26- Germany will win at least 6 medals between all events. [YES - 4]

 

27- Humphries (CAN) will win her third gold medal in two-women's bobsleigh. [YES - 2]

 

 

Cross-country Skiing (5)

 

28- On the Women's side, all 6 Gold Medals will go to Norway. [NO - 5]

 

29- Overall, medals will not go to more than 6 nations. [YES - 4]

 

30- Swiss athletes will win more total medals than Olympic Athletes from Russia. [NO - 3]

 

31- The Men's Sprint will see a medalist who finished 21st-30th in the Qualification. [NO - 3]

 

32- The athlete leading the Men's Skiathlon at half-point will eventually win it. [NO - 6]

 

 

Curling (3)

 

33- Canada will defend its Gold Medals in both the Men's and Women's events. [YES - 3]

 

34- A team from Asia will medal in any Curling event. [YES - 2]

 

35- The italian men's team will win at least 2 games. [YES - 3]

 

 

Figure Skating (3)

 

36- The north korean pair will finish ahead of their south korean counterpart. [NO - 3]

 

37- Spain will win its first ever medal in Figure Skating. [YES - 4]

 

38- No nation will win medals in both Men's and Women's Singles. [NO - 2]

 

 

Freestyle Skiing (5)

 

39- Devin Logan (USA) will win both the Women's Slopestyle and the Women's Halfpipe. [YES - 2]

 

40- Dominique Ohaco (CHI) will achieve Chile's best ever Winter Olympic result - bettering 11th place in Men's Alpine Combined from 1998. [YES - 2]

 

41- Sweden will be represented in the Women's Ski Cross Final by at least 2 athletes. [NO - 2]

 

42- No athlete who was victorious at the 2018 Winter X Games will win a Gold Medal in Pyeongchang. [NO - 3]

 

43- South Korea will win at least 1 medal, while Australia will win at least 3. [YES - 2]

 

 

Ice Hockey (5)

 

44- A team from Group B will defeat a team from Group A in the Quarterfinals of the Women's Tournament. [YES - 2]

 

45- At least one match in the Men's Tournament will finish scoreless in regular time (60 Minutes). [NO - 2]

 

46- The Women's Unified Korean Team will win a match. [NO - 2]

 

47- Russia will win the Gold Medal in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 3]

 

48- Sweden will finish ahead of Finland in the Men's Tournament. [YES - 2]

 

 

Luge (2)

 

49- Germany will win all 4 Gold Medals. [YES - 3]

 

50- In at least one event the eventual winner won't be in first place after the first run. [NO - 3]

 

 

Nordic Combined (2)

 

51- In both Individual events, the first-placed Athlete(s) after Ski Jumping will not win a Medal. [YES - 3]

 

52- Germany will sweep (win Gold, Silver and Bronze) at least one of the individual events. [NO - 4] 

 

 

Skeleton (2)

 

53- The margin of the Men's and Women's winners to the Silver Medalists combined will add up to at least 1 second. [NO - 2]

 

54- South Korea will win its first ever Gold Medal in Skeleton. [YES - 2]

 

 

Ski Jumping (3)

 

55- Poland will win at least one gold medal. [YES - 2]

 

56- At least two athletes will win medals in both men's individual events. [NO - 3]

 

57- The podium in the Women's Normal Hill will feature at least 2 of the following athletes: Katharina Althaus (GER), Sara Takanashi (JPN), Maren Lundby (NOR). [YES - 2]

 

 

Short Track Speed Skating (3)

 

58- In all individual events, at least 3 participants will be relegated or disqualified in the A-Finals. [YES - 2]

 

59- South Korea will win all 8 Gold Medals. [NO - 3]

 

60- Two different athletes will win a medal for Hungary. [YES - 2]

 

 

Snowboarding (5)

 

61- Czech Republic will win at least one Gold Medal. [YES - 6]

 

62- There will be an athlete who will win at least 2 Gold Medals. [NO - 2]

 

63- The winner in the Men's Halfpipe will receive a higher score than the winner of the same event at the 2014 Winter Olympics (higher than 94,75). [NO - 3]

 

64- Both Snowboard Cross events (Men + Women) will be won by european athletes. [NO - 5]

 

65- In his sixth consecutive Winter Olympics, Jasey-Jay Anderson (CAN) will win a Medal. [YES - 4]

 

 

Speed Skating (5)

 

66- There will be a clean sweep (to win Gold, Silver and Bronze) by the dutch in at least one event. [NO - 2]

 

67- At least 5 men will clock under 13 minutes in the Men's 10,000m. [YES - 4]

 

68- The Bronze Medal winning team in any Team Pursuit will clock a faster time than either of the Finalists. [YES - 2]

 

69- Four continents will win a medal. [NO - 2]

 

70- At least 2 athletes will win 2 or more individual Gold Medals. [NO - 2]

 

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Bet Contest Answers

 

Sporting Rivalries and Medals (15)

 

1- On Day 1, the first 5 Gold Medals will be awarded to athletes from 5 different countries. NO

 

2- At least 27 countries will win a Medal, surpassing the Sochi 2014 Games' total. YES

 

3- At least 2 events will not result in the common 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze Medal Podium finish. YES

 

4- South Korea will finish in the top five on the medal table. NO

 

5- Canada will finish ahead of the USA in the medal table. YES

 

6- By total medals won, Norway & Germany will win more than Canada & the United States, who in turn will win more than Japan & South Korea. YES

 

7- At least one nation will win their first ever Gold Medal at a Winter Olympics. YES

 

8- Excluding DNFs, at least one irish athlete will finish ahead of a briton. YES

 

9- A nation will win six or more medals without winning gold. NO

 

10- Austria will finish ahead of Switzerland in the medal table. NO

 

11- We will have at least 5 Gold Medal winners being less than 18 years young on that given day. NO

 

12- At least 3 Torino 2006 medalists will win a Medal in PyeongChang. YES

 

13- At least one medal event will be postponed to another day. YES

 

14- More women than men will win medals for the nation that will rank 1st on the medal table. NO

 

15- At least 3 nations will win 10 or more gold medals. YES

 

 

Alpine Skiing (5)

 

16- Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) will win at least 3 Gold Medals. NO

 

17- Norway will win the most medals on the Men's side. YES

 

18- At least 33% of the starters in Men's Slalom will not reach the finish on the first run. YES

 

19- Naoki Yuasa (JPN) will finish both legs in the Men's Slalom. NO

 

20- The podium of at least one event will feature only countries associated with the Alpine Region (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Slovenia and/or Switzerland). YES

 

 

Biathlon (5)

 

21- Johannes Thingnes Boe (NOR) will win more medals than Martin Fourcade (FRA) during the whole 2018 Winter Olympics. NO

 

22- Anastasiya Kuzmina (SVK) will win her third olympic Sprint title in a row. NO

 

23- An athlete who finished 21st or worst in the Sprint will win a Pursuit medal. NO

 

24- There will be a Gold Medalist in the individual races with 1 or more misses on the shooting range. YES

 

25- The Ukrainian team will win more total medals than Italy. NO

 

 

Bobsleigh (2)

 

26- Germany will win at least 6 medals between all events. NO

 

27- Humphries (CAN) will win her third gold medal in two-women's bobsleigh. NO

 

 

Cross-country Skiing (5)

 

28- On the Women's side, all 6 Gold Medals will go to Norway. NO

 

29- Overall, medals will not go to more than 6 nations. NO

 

30- Swiss athletes will win more total medals than Olympic Athletes from Russia. NO

 

31- The Men's Sprint will see a medalist who finished 21st-30th in the Qualification. NO

 

32- The athlete leading the Men's Skiathlon at half-point will eventually win it. NO

 

 

Curling (3)

 

33- Canada will defend its Gold Medals in both the Men's and Women's events. NO

 

34- A team from Asia will medal in any Curling event. YES

 

35- The italian men's team will win at least 2 games. YES

 

 

Figure Skating (3)

 

36- The north korean pair will finish ahead of their south korean counterpart. YES

 

37- Spain will win its first ever medal in Figure Skating. YES

 

38- No nation will win medals in both Men's and Women's Singles. YES

 

 

Freestyle Skiing (5)

 

39- Devin Logan (USA) will win both the Women's Slopestyle and the Women's Halfpipe. NO

 

40- Dominique Ohaco (CHI) will achieve Chile's best ever Winter Olympic result - bettering 11th place in Men's Alpine Combined from 1998. NO

 

41- Sweden will be represented in the Women's Ski Cross Final by at least 2 athletes. NO

 

42- No athlete who was victorious at the 2018 Winter X Games will win a Gold Medal in Pyeongchang. NO

 

43- South Korea will win at least 1 medal, while Australia will win at least 3. NO

 

 

Ice Hockey (5)

 

44- A team from Group B will defeat a team from Group A in the Quarterfinals of the Women's Tournament. NO

 

45- At least one match in the Men's Tournament will finish scoreless in regular time (60 Minutes). NO

 

46- The Women's Unified Korean Team will win a match. NO

 

47- Russia will win the Gold Medal in the Men's Tournament. YES

 

48- Sweden will finish ahead of Finland in the Men's Tournament. YES

 

 

Luge (2)

 

49- Germany will win all 4 Gold Medals. NO

 

50- In at least one event the eventual winner won't be in first place after the first run. NO

 

 

Nordic Combined (2)

 

51- In both Individual events, the first-placed Athlete(s) after Ski Jumping will not win a Medal. YES

 

52- Germany will sweep (win Gold, Silver and Bronze) at least one of the individual events. YES 

 

 

Skeleton (2)

 

53- The margin of the Men's and Women's winners to the Silver Medalists combined will add up to at least 1 second. YES

 

54- South Korea will win its first ever Gold Medal in Skeleton. YES

 

 

Ski Jumping (3)

 

55- Poland will win at least one gold medal. YES

 

56- At least two athletes will win medals in both men's individual events. YES

 

57- The podium in the Women's Normal Hill will feature at least 2 of the following athletes: Katharina Althaus (GER), Sara Takanashi (JPN), Maren Lundby (NOR). YES

 

 

Short Track Speed Skating (3)

 

58- In all individual events, at least 3 participants will be relegated or disqualified in the A-Finals. YES+NO

 

59- South Korea will win all 8 Gold Medals. NO

 

60- Two different athletes will win a medal for Hungary. NO

 

 

Snowboarding (5)

 

61- Czech Republic will win at least one Gold Medal. YES

 

62- There will be an athlete who will win at least 2 Gold Medals. NO

 

63- The winner in the Men's Halfpipe will receive a higher score than the winner of the same event at the 2014 Winter Olympics (higher than 94,75). YES

 

64- Both Snowboard Cross events (Men + Women) will be won by european athletes. YES

 

65- In his sixth consecutive Winter Olympics, Jasey-Jay Anderson (CAN) will win a Medal. NO

 

 

Speed Skating (5)

 

66- There will be a clean sweep (to win Gold, Silver and Bronze) by the dutch in at least one event. YES

 

67- At least 5 men will clock under 13 minutes in the Men's 10,000m. YES

 

68- The Bronze Medal winning team in any Team Pursuit will clock a faster time than either of the Finalists. YES

 

69- Four continents will win a medal. NO

 

70- At least 2 athletes will win 2 or more individual Gold Medals. NO

Edited by LDOG

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Rank User           Nation     Total   TB (Bets Won)
1 Dunadan :ITA  212  
2 phelps :ITA  198  
3 Albe :ITA  194  
4 Nate River :CAN  190  
5 Jahiegel :USA  185 45
6 De_Gambassi :FRA  185 42
7 OlympicsFan :GER  181  
8 Dmitry :RUS  180  
9 dcro :CRO  178  
10 Forzazzurri :ITA  176  
11 Henry_Leon :ITA  171  
12 orangeman :CAN  170  
13 Pavlo :POL  169 44
14 heywoodu :NED  169 41
15 Federer91 :BUL  168  
16 chrischi08 :GER  167  
17 Gianlu33 :ITA  166 45
18 Matteo92 :ITA  166 42
19 EselTheDonkey :GER  165  
20 Herberth :BRA  164  
21 Monzanator :POL  163  
22 hckosice :SVK  158  
23 Gigs :AUT  157  
24 ady48 :ROU 152 42
25 FC Mezhgorye :RUS  152 40
26 juliosilva :BRA  150  
27 vinipereira :BRA 149  
28 tuniscof :TUN  147  
29 Wanderer :NZL  145  
30 MCMXC :GBR  144  
31 KhanBeaver :RUS  143  
32 uk12points :GBR  141  
33 stamura84 :ITA  140 46
34 justony :SLO  140 43
35 AIFHg :ITA  136  
36 pjwasz :USA  135 40
37 suchyy7 :POL  135 39
38 Pablita :ITA  133  
39 africaboy :ROU  129 41
40 hoversaBR :BRA  129 37
41 Bohemia :FRA  128  
42 Kirkpatrick :CRO  127  
43 Ufilov :POL  124  
44 Nathy :SUI  122  
45 Vojthas :LTU  115  
46 bestmen :ALG  109  
47 GoPoland :POL  89  
48 ArK :NED  88  
49 wpwells :USA  63  

 

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