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Poll 95/100 | 5 Days To Go | Who'll finish in the Top 5 of the Medal Tally at the end of Day 1?


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  1. 1. Which of the following nations be in top 5 in the medal tally at the end of Day 1 Tokyo 2020?

    • Russia
      3
    • Iran
      0
    • Italy
      4
    • Hungary
      1
    • Colombia
      0
    • Netherlands
      2
    • India
      3
    • South Korea
      8
    • Japan
      4
    • China
      6
    • Serbia
      0
    • Mexico
      0
    • Turkey
      0
    • Mongolia
      0
    • Spain
      1
    • Kazaksthan
      0
    • Ukraine
      0
    • Kosovo
      0


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Medal events on Day 1

 

Shooting : Women's 10m Air Rifle, Men's 10m Air Pistol 

 

Weightlifting : Women's -49kg 

 

Judo : Men's -60kg , Women's 48kg 

 

Cycling : Men's Road Race

 

Fencing : Women's Epee, Men's Sabre

 

Taekwondo : Men's 58kg , Women's 49kg

 

Archery : Mixed Team 

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it's a fierce battle between :CHN and :KOR

 

I'm gonna pick :KOR (gold in mixed archery, men's fencing, men's taekwondo)

 

p.s. I think at least 8 or 9 (and maybe even 10) out of 11 gold medals in day 1 would eventually go to Asian Nations...

the only "safe" non Asian gold medal should be the men's road race in cycling...

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1 hour ago, Orangehair43 said:

I wonder how many European countries will win a medal on day 1. I know GB is very unlikely.

I assume 3 European countries will medal in Road cycling. And I don't follow fencing, but isn't that a sport where various European nations can compete for medals (Italy, France, Hungary, Russia)? Don't know about all the combat sports, shooting and weightlifting but I assume those will be Asian dominated.

 

For the Netherlands the mixed archery team can compete for silver or bronze if they avoid the South Koreans in the quarter final I believe.

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10 minutes ago, Jinzha said:

I assume 3 European countries will medal in Road cycling. And I don't follow fencing, but isn't that a sport where various European nations can compete for medals (Italy, France, Hungary, Russia)? Don't know about all the combat sports, shooting and weightlifting but I assume those will be Asian dominated.

 

For the Netherlands the mixed archery team can compete for silver or bronze if they avoid the South Koreans in the quarter final I believe.

Hungary won both of the fencing events in  2016 so should be in the hunt for medals.

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