The Netherlands will win 21 medals at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing. That’s the prediction of Nielsen sports data agency Gracenote. With this figure, the Netherlands will take fifth place in the medal table.
Gracenote assumes twelve gold, six silver, and three bronze plates. Susan Scholting should become the Dutch superstar of the games. In the current speculation, the short track star has won four gold medals: 500, 1000 and 1500 meters and with the relay team. Gracenote anticipates that the Dutch short-track guys will also return with gold on redemption.
According to the Office of Sports Data, the other seven gold medals go to long-distance skaters Kai Verbig (1,000m), Thomas Kroll (1,500m), Erin West (1,500m), Patrick Rust (5,000m), and Erin Schuten (collective start). and pursuit teams (men and women)..women).
Norway leads the projected medal standings with 44 medals, followed by Russian athletes (38), Germany (27) and the United States (24). Switzerland and Canada also have 21 medals, but are below the orange formation due to the lack of gold medals.
At the previous Winter Games (Pyeongchang 2018), the Netherlands finished fifth with eight gold, six silver and six bronze medals. Norway was ahead of Germany in the battle for the lead.
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