I think the mini-game should be kept the way it was at first, no additional caveats, no rule changes during the process. There was a clear winner, so why make it complicated? There was a challenge, there was a payout. Anything called "Olympics" is ultimately a competitive event and that's okay. Some end up in the B-final, which is okay, too. I was uncomfortable with that choice of words, too. Plus, the next game sounds like it's got to be something very subjective. Not a big fan of subjective, juries, etc. Plus, how can a writing challenge not be about writing? So, yeah - I don't mind that this is competitive at all, still having lots of fun, but these couple of things are kind of unpleasant. Changing the game after it was already won and the hints of a non-writing part of a writing challenge. Let's do some figure skating and not something like, I dunno, curling.