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  • New Zealand

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  • Republic of Ireland

    7 21.88%
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Thread: India vs NZ vs Ireland

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    India vs NZ vs Ireland

    Based on threads in this sub-forum.

    Which of these 3 nations will win the most medals?
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    As long as we do better than Sydney 2000, where we were terrible, NZ should win more than the other two here.

    Looks like we have some excellent medal chances.

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    NZ at least have some rowers + Vili. Could finish ahead of Norway tbh. Others have nowt.
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    NZ to get double Ireland & India's combined tally.
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    We are going to man-shame India and Ireland. I would expect a minimum of three golds and 5 minor medals.

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    Would be happy if we got a medal of any description. New Zealand to take a few though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alternative View Post
    So far India leading away.
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    Olympics are clearly biased against the Sub Continent teams.

    Not only should there by a BCCI representative on the IOC, but Kabbadi should be an olympic sport.

    I miss the coverage of Kabbadi that I used to get when I lived in the UK. If handball is an olympic sport (and it clearly shouldn't be) then Kabbadi should be in there. WHO'S WITH ME????
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    If handball is an olympic sport (and it clearly shouldn't be)
    Hockey should go out before handball.

    Also, kabaddi has about three active countries. Might as well admit gaelic football and shinty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Hockey should go out before handball.
    Disagree. The level of danger is clearly higher in hockey, hence this is a proper sport. Handball is just poor. I sat through the length of Germany vs. Sweden (yesterday?) and I was wholly underwhelmed. Hockey has been good, despite the poor showing by the Black Sticks.

    I feel its time to spread the Kabbadi love, to be honest.

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