2016 Olympic Games

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2016 Olympic Games
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General
RegionThe Leftist Assembly
HostNew Lonopolian Empire
Start10 October 2016
Finish29 November 2016
Main stadiumKra'a Lighters & Olympics Stadium
Competition
Nations7
Athletes300 (approx.)
Events28 in 9 sports

The 2016 Olympic Games was a regional event in The Leftist Assembly held in the New Lonopolian Empire, from 10 October to 29 November 2016. About 300 athletes took part in 28 events in the cities of Kra'a, Etuille, and h'Japtul.

The tournament was mainly organised by the New Lonopolian Empire and Llorens. The opening and closing ceremonies were both held in the Kra'a Lighters and Olympics Stadium. Slavansko came first with the most gold medals, 9, while New Lonopolian Empire finished with the most overall medals, 21.

Sports[edit | edit source]

The programme featured 9 sports encompassing 28 events:

  • Athletics (18)
  • Basketball (1)
  • Boxing (2)
  • Chess (1)
  • Fencing (2)
  • Field Hockey (1)
  • Football (1)
  • Rugby Union (1)
  • Tennis (1)

Participating nations[edit | edit source]

The tournament, which was held in the New Lonopolian Empire, featured seven nations from The Leftist Assembly:

  • British Accia
  • Daemynos
  • Halfblakistan
  • Herzegovenia
  • Llorens
  • New Lonopolian Empire
  • Slavansko

Medal tally[edit | edit source]

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Slavansko 9 3 7 19
2 Llorens 5 4 7 16
3 New Lonopolian Empire 4 10 7 21
4 Daemynos 4 3 0 7
5 British Accia 3 3 1 7
6 Halfblakistan 3 3 0 6
7 Herzegovenia 0 3 5 8

Awards[edit | edit source]

Outstanding Athlete/s Award Man Mehrab Ayers LLO
Woman Blatava Ksolićova SLA
Team Rugby NLE
Innovation Award Samson Walker HAL
Broadcast Award Slavansko
Judge's Award Llorens
Chairman's Award New Lonopolian Empire
Excellence Award Slavansko

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Sport October November
10 11 12 13 17 18 19 31 8 9 11 14 21 24 29
Athletics                    
Basketball    
Boxing          
Chess        
Fencing        
Field Hockey      
Football        
Rugby Union      
Tennis        
Key
  Opening ceremony
  Closing ceremony
  Event competition
  Event final