2016 Olympics Pick ‘Em Contest, Day 2 Results

2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES

After the day two of our Pick ‘Em contest, DaRomo has edged out in front with 94 points.  msullivan22 is just behind with 93 points, followed by an eight-way tie for third.

In addition, a whopping eight contestants tied for the highest day two score of 46 points:

Chip
D0nst3r
thezwimmer
CurtisH20
BROLEWY
Team Rocket
swimkap
BachZishop

Our top ten ranked contestants through day two:

Overall Rank Entry Name Total Score
1 DaRomo 94
2 msullivan22 93
3 BachZishop 89
3 Chumlee71 89
3 Greg Lombana 89
3 Bland007 89
3 MileHighSwim 89
3 ROBERTO123 89
3 ArizonaUSA 89
3 Usausausa 89

Spreadsheet of all entries and scores 

  • 454 of 498 contestants correctly picked Adam Peaty to win the men’s 100 breast
  • Just 16 contestants had Cody Miller winning bronze
  • Five brave (or foolish) souls picked against Katie Ledecky in the 400 freestyle
  • Just two entrants picked Jazz Carlin to finish second in the 400 freestyle.  474 entrants had Leah Smith as their silver medal selection
  • 440 of 497 participants correctly picked Sarah Sjostrum in the women’s 100 fly
  • Just seven participants had Penny Oleksiak winning silver in the women’s 100 fly

In This Story

5
Leave a Reply

4 Comment threads
1 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
5 Comment authors
newest oldest most voted
go bears79

Great Day #2 by the US swimmers.

Where online can one find race splits? I could not find them on the Rio2016.com site.

RollOnYouBears

https://www.olympic.org
This has reaction times and splits in schedule and results section.

Boknows34

I had Penny winning bronze.

Close, but no cigar.

DaRomo

Woah! This was a nice surprise to wake up to! Let’s see if I can keep this up for six more days haha

About Morgan Priestley

Morgan Priestley

A Stanford University and Birmingham, Michigan native, Morgan Priestley started writing for SwimSwam in February 2013 on a whim, and is loving that his tendency to follow and over-analyze swim results can finally be put to good use. Morgan swam competitively for 15+ years, primarily excelling in the mid-distance freestyles. While …

Read More »

Want to take your swimfandom to the next level?

Subscribe to SwimSwam Magazine!