The supercomputer predicts that the British team will set the worst Olympic medal record in 17 years with 15 gold medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
A supercomputer predicts that TEAM GB will set the worst medal record since the 2004 Athens Olympics in this year’s Summer Olympics.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were officially held after a year of postponement due to the coronavirus.
Although rescheduled this summer Olympic Games Not without drama, the athletes are finally ready to compete for the gold medal.
British team They broke their medal records in the past two Olympic Games in a row-the 2012 London Olympics and the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The home heroes won 65 medals in London, including 29 gold medals.
Four years later, the British won 67 medals in Brazil-including 27 gold medals.
However, according to the BBC, the GB team is preparing to return to Earth vigorously. Sports index supercomputer.
In fact, it is predicted that the current British stars in Tokyo will try to piece together 45 medals, 15 of which are gold medals.
This will be the worst result since the 2004 Athens Olympics, when the GB team only won 30 medals.
Since the Greek team, the GB team has won no less than 50 victories. In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, it also scored 51 victories, including 19 goals.
However, compared with Athens, 2000 Sydney (28) and 1996 Atlanta (15), 45 is still a huge improvement.
At the American Games 25 years ago, the British only won One The gold medal-thanks to rowing stars Sir Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent-shows how far we have come since then.
Regarding the difficulties that the British team may face in the Olympics, Sporting Index trading director Neville Burdock said: “The British team exceeded everyone’s expectations in the last two Olympics in 2012 and 2016.
“Although we will cheer for our athletes to compete in Tokyo in the next few weeks, our traders expect the total number of medals this year will be lower than in previous years.
“Based on our analysis of the previous Olympic Games and the study of this summer’s competition, we expect the British team to win a total of 45 medals, including 15 gold medals, hanging around our athletes’ necks.”
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Team GB is expected to win the gold medal in Tokyo with swimming star Adam Peaty (Adam Peaty).
Elsewhere, world track and field champions Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson are expected to win glory in track and field competitions.
Compatriot gymnasts Becky and Allie Downey and BMX player Charlotte Worthington are also expected to become Japan’s top players.