2016 Olympics Pick ‘Em Contest, Day 4 Results

2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES

We’re onto night five of the 2016 Olympic Games… Happy halfway!  The top three in our overall standings didn’t change last night: Stephen C.  has extended his lead with 160 points, Greg Lombana is second with 153 points, and ArizonaUSA is third with 152 points.

ooze was the daily winner with 51 points, and 23 contestants tied for second with 47 points:

Overall Rank Entry Name Total Score
1 ooze 51
2 ivyswim 47
2 Aquaticus Porter 47
2 FiremanMeyermann 47
2 SprintSwammer1992 47
2 Bobby bo 47
2 arthurtlanna 47
2 EK1996 47
2 Tarlo 47
2 Carson J Foster 47
2 262Runn3r 47
2 df123 47
2 ScottyW 47
2 LGISR 47
2 RadfordJ 47
2 AOB15 47
2 REMMIWS 47
2 rollsta 47
2 Matthew Rudolph 47
2 LBurras 47
2 GRiFF GRAFF 47
2 Vicki 47
2 Cheezie 47
2 YMeiri 2000 47
  • We had two unsuspecting medalists in the men’s 200 butterfly: nobody picked Masato Sakai or Tamas Kendersi to win their respective silver or bronze medals.  Just two people picked Sakai to medal at all (both bronze), and nobody picked Kendersi to win a medal
    • 366 contestants (~73%) had the G.O.A.T. (Michael Phelps) winning the 200 fly
    • 491 contestants (~96%) picked Laszlo Cseh of Hungary to win a medal
    • 466 contestants (~93%) picked Chad le Clos to win a medal
  • The women’s 200 freestyle went as expected; 436 people (~90%) had Katie Ledecky winning the 200 free, and 340 (~68%) had Sarah Sjostrum finishing second
  • Katinka Hosszu was the clear favorite in the women’s 200 IM; 472 (~94%) of contestants picked her to win
  • Team USA was the runaway favorite in the men’s 4×200 free relay; 470 (~94%) of contestants picked them to win

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We see you, NAG record holder Carson Foster.

HulkSwim

how am i doing? probably terrible, as per usual…

Hswimmer

Same hulkswim, my best performance was women’s ncaas.

Hswimmer

Maybe foster will be picking himself one day

Maverick

Where can I find the actual results with reaction times online?

Maverick

For rio. Not the pick em contest

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