Sports Data Office Nielsen Graynote He revised expectations significantly downward. The Netherlands won not ten medals, only six golds. Eleven times silver and three times bronze. In total, TeamNL will win more medals than previously expected on November 24 last year.
Compared to Gracenote’s forecast on October 27, 100 days before the games start, the Netherlands have lost up to six gold medals. Gold will be the relay for short track speed skaters, short track skater Susan Schulting at 500m, speed skater Erin West at 1500m and Patrick Rost at 5,000m. In addition, the data agency also believes that Erin Schuten will not win the gold in the team start and that the skaters in the team quest will not win the Olympic title either.
Thomas Kroll rose to gold in Gracenote’s predictions in the 1000m. He replaces world champion Kai Verbig, who is now valued at the silver medal. Kroll had already won the gold medal in the 1500m.
According to the data agency, Susan Schulting is currently the best short-track star in the world with chances on three singles distances and the relay team remains one of the potential stars at the Games. Gracenote still prizes her for several gold medals.
According to the latest predictions, the Netherlands will win twenty or more medals at the third consecutive Winter Games. According to forecasts for November, there were still 19 medals and on October 21. At the previous Winter Games (Pyeongchang 2018), the Netherlands placed fifth with eight gold, six silver and six bronze medals.
Norway leads the projected medal standings with 45 medals, followed by Russian athletes (32), Germany (25) and the United States (22).
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