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How Many Medals do You Expect from Your Nation at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022?


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1 hour ago, Agger said:

That's easy... 0! We have an outside chance or 2, but expecting anything would be crazy!

 

For my second nation, it's much harder. I would say 15 medals for Sweden, though higher is in no way impossible.

Barring a last-minute (covid-related or not) disaster/setback, Sweden will most probably win around 20 medals, thus setting a new national record.

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1 hour ago, Belle said:

15 or more is realistic for Sweden. I would be very disappointed with less than 15 medals. :d

Tons of things have to go wrong in order for Sweden not to win 15 medals. Winning 20+ medals is definitely feasible.

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10 minutes ago, SalamAkhi said:

15, to, at least, maintain the tally from 2014 and 2018. A second straight downward trend would be disastrous before Paris 2024 but that's what we deserve. 

I don't think you'll get fewer than 15. I predict 15-20 medals for France.

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6 minutes ago, Topicmaster1010 said:

Shouldn't it be more like 37-43? :d

No, I don't think so. In my opinion, this is way too hard to achieve. But who knows?:d

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our NOC's boss said he's gonna be happy with 11 total medals (and at least 4 golds)...:evil: :yikes:

 

where have I to sign? :fingers:

 

frankly, I expect a big flop from our team, even worse than the "0 tituli" of 2014...:crazy: :nopompom:

 

our main chances are women's downhill and super-G in alpine skiing, the women's snowboardcross and the women's 500m in short track...those are the only 4 medals I'd be really disappointed if we don't get them...

 

anything else, it would be a pleasant gift...

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