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No. There is no guarantee that event N will finish before event N+X, etc. The threads grab a chunk of the total number of events and process them "out of order" in MT mode. In reality, the "event number" is irrelevant, it is used for computing and doesn't represent any actual physical quantity -- by changing the random number seed, "event 5" could become "event 926".
Side note, I/O is a very significant performance bottleneck so if you want info from your simulation, I suggest you store the data in memory (indexed by the event number if you still deem that relevant) and then print out the info at the end.