Winter Olympics Square Grid Office Pool
The Winter Olympics Squares Pool is another one of our unique office pools, where we have placed 3 countries at the top of the grid and 3 countries down the left side of the grid. You will be using the accumulated medals from each group of countries to have 3 winning squares, one for each of the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. Full instructions on running this pool are available at the bottom of this page. Also checkout our Printable Winter Olympics Schedule, our Winter Olympics Office Pool and our 10 Line Winter Olympics Pool for more unique office pool ideas!
|How to run a Winter Olympics Square Grid Pool|
After that is complete you will redraw the numbers, this time placing the drawn numbers in the gray square boxes in the left column, starting at the top.
Example: After the games have ended the Gold Medal Counts are as follows:
USA - 12
Canada - 10
Netherlands - 7
Russia - 13
Norway - 11
Germany - 7
The total Gold Medals received for the countries in the top row is 29. The total Gold Medals received by the left column countries is 31. You will find the number 9(last digit of 29) in the top row and the number 1(last digit of 31) in the left column. Find the square where these two numbers intersect and the person's name that square is the winner for Gold Medals. Repeat these steps for Silver and Bronze Medals to get your 3 winning squares.
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