Tokyo 2020 - Moopy Sweepstakes

Madison

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Good luck:

#25 - Team Great Britain (Rugby Sevens - Men)
#160 - Kim Woojin (South Korea) (Archery - Men's Individual)
#183 - Matthew Walls (Great Britain) (Track cycling - Omnium - Men)
#184 - Stephenie Ann McPherson (Jamaica) (Athletics - 400 metres - Women)
#204 - Georgia Taylor-Brown (Great Britain) (Triathlon - Women)
 

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155-159 please

I hope you like big men from the former Soviet Union:

#155 - Kamshybek Kunkabayev (Kazakhstan) (Boxing - Men's - Super Heavyweight)
#156 - Team Denmark (Handball - Men)
#157 - Artur Aleksanyan (Armenia) (Wrestling - Greco-Roman - Men's 97kg)
#158 - Hugues Fabrice Zango (Burkina Faso) (Athletics - Triple jump - Men)
#159 - Simon Martirosyan (Armenia) (Weightlifting - Men's 109kg)
 

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Can I have

#105 -
#106 -
#107 -
#108 -
#109 -

Thank you :)

No problem. Unfortunately you get the straightest event, men’s golf:

#105 - Rory McIlroy (Ireland) (Golf - Men)
#106 - Tai Tzu Ying (Taiwan) (Badminton - Women's singles)
#107 - Elaine Thompson-Herah (Jamaica) (Athletics - 100 metres - Women)
#108 - Malaika Mihambo (Germany) (Athletics - Long jump - Women)
#109 - Italo Ferriera (Brazil) (Surfing - Men's)
 
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More athletics:

#18 - Team United States (Athletics - 4x100 relay - Women)win_the_game
#33 - Eliud Kopchoge (Kenya) (Athletics - Marathon - Men)win_the_game
#121 - Marcin Krukowski (Poland) (Athletics - Javelin - Men)win_the_game
#181 - Pedro Pablo Pichardo (Portugal) (Athletics - Triple jump - Men)win_the_game
#200 - Brigid Kosgei (Kenya) (Athletics - Marathon - Women)win_the_game

I'm happy with this. Two reigning Olympic champions and a current world no 1 and no 3.
 

Indie

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I hope you like big men from the former Soviet Union:

#155 - Kamshybek Kunkabayev (Kazakhstan) (Boxing - Men's - Super Heavyweight)
#156 - Team Denmark (Handball - Men)
#157 - Artur Aleksanyan (Armenia) (Wrestling - Greco-Roman - Men's 97kg)
#158 - Hugues Fabrice Zango (Burkina Faso) (Athletics - Triple jump - Men)
#159 - Simon Martirosyan (Armenia) (Weightlifting - Men's 109kg)

*googles*

2nd favourite, favourite, 2nd favourite, 2nd favourite, favourite.

Seems fine.
 

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The below please:

110
115
120
125
130

Best of luck:

#110 - Daniil Medvedev (ROC) (Tennis - Men's singles)
#115 - Akbar Djuraev (Uzbekistan) (Weightlifting - Men's 109kg)
#120 - Patrick Huston (Great Britain) (Archery - Men's Individual)
#125 - Team Great Britain (Athletics - 4x100 relay - Men)
#130 - Musa Evloev (ROC) (Wrestling - Greco-Roman - Men's 97kg)
 

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71 to 75 please

I love Belarus:

#71 - Tom Pidcock (Great Britain) (Mountain biking - Men)
#72 - Pat McCormack (Great Britain) (Boxing - Men's - Welterweight)
#73 - Jason Kenny (Great Britain) (Track cycling - Sprint - Men)
#74 - Anastasiya Prokopenko (Belarus) (Modern Pentathlon - Women)
#75 - Yinghsha Sun (China) (Table tennis - Women's singles)
 

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#11 -
#22 -
#44 -
#88 -
#176 -

Good luck:

#11 - Ryan Crouser (United States) (Athletics - Shot put - Men)
#22 - Verena Mayr (Austria) (Athletics - Heptathlon)
#44 - Oliver Townend (Great Britain) (Equestrian - Eventing)
#88 - Ranomi Kromowidjojo (Netherlands) (Swimming - 50m freestyle - Women)
#176 - Timothy Cheruiyot (Kenya) (Athletics - 1500 metres - Men)
 

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14, 15, 16, 90 and 112.

Fingers crossed Dalaloyan’s Achilles’ tendon holds up:

#14 - Katie Ledecky (United States) (Swimming - 800m freestyle - Women)
#15 - Artur Dalaloyan (ROC) (Gymnastics - Vault - Men)
#16 - Yuta Wakimoto (Japan) (Track cycling - Keirin - Men
#90 - Andre De Grasse (Canada) (Athletics - 100 metres - Men)
#112 - Kristjan Čeh (Slovenia) (Athletics - Discus - Men)
 

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Good luck:

#45 - Emma Hinze (Germany) (Track cycling - Sprint - Women)
#55 - Laura Muir (Great Britain) (Athletics - 1500 metres - Men)
#85 - Jennifer Brady (United States) (Tennis - Women's singles)
#194 - Team Jamaica (Athletics - 4x100 relay - Women)
#195 - Katie Nageotte (United States) (Athletics - Pole vault - Women)
 

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I didn’t question it. Can’t be too careful these days!
 

Indie

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I hope you like big men from the former Soviet Union:

#155 - Kamshybek Kunkabayev (Kazakhstan) (Boxing - Men's - Super Heavyweight)
#156 - Team Denmark (Handball - Men)
#157 - Artur Aleksanyan (Armenia) (Wrestling - Greco-Roman - Men's 97kg)
#158 - Hugues Fabrice Zango (Burkina Faso) (Athletics - Triple jump - Men)
#159 - Simon Martirosyan (Armenia) (Weightlifting - Men's 109kg)


Just for my own benefit

#155 - in semi finals
#156 - in semi finals
#157 - silver medal
#158 - not started
#159 - silver medal
 

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You get the Scottish booby prize I'm afraid:

#36 - Damian Warner (Canada) (Athletics - Decathlon)
#37 - Hannah Roberts (United States) (BMX - Freestyle - Women)
#92 - Sir Andy Murray (Great Britain) (Tennis - Men's singles)
#104 - Mauro de Filippis (Italy) (Shooting - Trap - Men)
#201 - Lasha Talakhadze (Georgia) (Weightlifting - Men's 109kg+)
36 - Nothing
37 - Silver
92 - Nothing
104 - Nothing
201 - Nothing
 

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You get God-botherer Elijah Winnington:

#50 - Shaunae Miller-Uibo (Bahamas) (Athletics - 200 metres - Women)
#56 - Team Croatia (Water Polo - Men)
#94 - Team Japan (Football - Women)
#146 - Elijah Winnington (Australia) (Swimming - 400m freestyle - Men)
#203 - Sam Fricker (Australia) (Diving - 10m platform - Men)
8th in final
In the QF's, playing tomorrow
Out in QF's
7th in final
Not been yet
 

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I would like the 5 highest numbers yet to compete please
You’re a little late, so I will DSQ you immediately, but just for fun:

#143 - Kevin Mayer (France) (Athletics - Decathlon)
#148 - Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands) (Track cycling - Keirin - Men)
#152 - Steven Da Costa (France) (Karate - Men's 67kg)
#167 - Joseph Choong (Great Britain) (Modern Pentathlon - Men)
#177 - Sakura Yosozumi (Japan) (Skateboarding - Park - Women)
 

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I'm happy with this:

#6 - Yang Jian (China) (Diving - 10m platform - Men)
#7 - Lauren Price (Great Britain) (Boxing - Women's - Middleweight)
#8 - Lee Ah-reum (South Korea) (Taekwondo - Women's 57kg)
#9 - Novak Djokovic (Serbia) (Tennis - Men's singles)
#10 - Connor Fields (United States) (BMX - Racing - Men)

Not looking good for me.

-Yet to compete
-Guaranteed at least bronze
-Out - no medal
-Out - no medal (and an utter cunt who threw away a bronze)
-Out - qualified for final but suffered brain haemorrhage in semi-final and is still in hospital
 

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Not looking good for me.

-Yet to compete
-Guaranteed at least bronze
-Out - no medal
-Out - no medal (and an utter cunt who threw away a bronze)
-Out - qualified for final but suffered brain haemorrhage in semi-final and is still in hospital

well like they say, winning isn’t everything, but not having a brain haemorrhage is
 

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Congratulations, you win Tom Daley:

#179 - Tom Daley (Great Britain) (Diving - 10m platform - Men)
#191 - Nijel Amos (Botswana) (Athletics - 800 metres - Men)
#193 - Xie Siyi (China) (Diving - 3 meter springboard - Men)
#197 - Jang Jun (South Korea) (Taekwondo - Men's 58kg)
#199 - Ronnie Baker (United States) (Athletics - 100 metres - Men)
Not yet competed
In final after being tripped by another athlete in the semi and automatically qualified
GOLD
BRONZE
Fifth
 

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I hope you like big men from the former Soviet Union:

#155 - Kamshybek Kunkabayev (Kazakhstan) (Boxing - Men's - Super Heavyweight)
#156 - Team Denmark (Handball - Men)
#157 - Artur Aleksanyan (Armenia) (Wrestling - Greco-Roman - Men's 97kg)
#158 - Hugues Fabrice Zango (Burkina Faso) (Athletics - Triple jump - Men)
#159 - Simon Martirosyan (Armenia) (Weightlifting - Men's 109kg)

BRONZE
In the final - tomorrow
SILVER
BRONZE
SILVER
 
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Fingers crossed Dalaloyan’s Achilles’ tendon holds up:

#14 - Katie Ledecky (United States) (Swimming - 800m freestyle - Women)
#15 - Artur Dalaloyan (ROC) (Gymnastics - Vault - Men)
#16 - Yuta Wakimoto (Japan) (Track cycling - Keirin - Men
#90 - Andre De Grasse (Canada) (Athletics - 100 metres - Men)
#112 - Kristjan Čeh (Slovenia) (Athletics - Discus - Men)
GOLD
DNQ
TBD
BRONZE
5th

Mixed results.
 

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