Depends on the individual or the sport in question:
Eddie "the Eagle" Edwards came last in his event at the Ski jumping in the late 1980's and become something of a national hero (Great Britain does very poorly at Alpine events - but then we have very little snow in the right places), and benefited financially due to the publicity. However in terms of his sport he wasn't well liked as he made it something of a joke sport for a while (who remembers who came first in the Ski Jumping events at the Calgary Olympics - but they all remember who came last - Eddie "the Eagle" Edwards).
Whereas Eric "the eel" from the 2000 games came last and nearly died in the process but everyone understood that he had poor training facilities (a small hotel rooftop swimming pool) and very limited time to train - but he still turned up to give it his best. He was signed up by a major sportwear manufacturer and promoted goods and opened things for a few years (he also benefited from improved training which knocked a full minute of his time) - so he benefited both financially and in terms of his sport).
Some winners go on to make vast financial gains (some become multi millionaires - mostly due to sponsership deals) mainly in high profile sports such as the top track athletes or swimmers, while others are truly in it for the love of the sport and just go back to their regular lives and jobs until the next Olympics call.
If your body could not produce antibodies, it would not be able to fight infection. This could cause death in the event that you became sick.
its a random event... it could happen anytime. certain ones happen only when your mining they also happen while you are burying bones. NEVER EVER QUIT A RANDOM EVENT. THE PRIZE COULD BE VERY VALUABLE if you are having trouble look cheat up on google.
An event that will definitely happen is an event with 100% probability.
No it is not good to have caffeine before a sports event
a event comprising of five sports is called a pentathlon
No. The probability of an event ranges from 0 (the event will not happen) to 1 (the event will happen).
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If the probability of an event is zero then that event cannot happen
The likelihood that a particular event will happen is the probability of that event.
Random events happen randomly. You could be training or just walking around and "boom!", you're in a random event.
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a prearranged sports event is a sporting event that was arranged before playing the game itself like in all of sports unless its back yard sports, but you can still prearrange those to
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amount of chances an event WILL happen/ amount of chances an event WILL happen + amount of chances that an event will not happen
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B Event is nearly always a consequence of Event A. If you kick a ball (Event A), one consequence is that it either rolls or flies through the air (Event B). Event A could lead to Event C: the ball could strike someone. Every event, whether purposeful or accidental, has a consequence.
It depends on what event.
The inciting event is the event in the story (normally at the beginning) that causes the whole story to happen. If that event didn't happen then there would be no story
Every event that ever happened caused another event to happen. Be specific.
Pre-event, inter-event, and post-event.
It could happen at any event, formal or informal.
nelson mandela became the first South African president to be elected in a fully representative democratic election.
The probability of an event that is certain to happen is 1.