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  1. We have our own Trump
    5 Points
  2. mrv86

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    I'm stepping up to help Wanderer and LDOG with the point calculation of the predictions for Cycling, Swimming and the Miscellaneous Events, since I'm having a few days off work. I'm planning of finishing the results next week. Still I think you shall be patient; it's a hard work filling out each form without mistakes, so please consider that.
    5 Points
  3. Werloc

    Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2016

    Okay, I am very sorry, but I desperately needed a break, because I was exhausted beyond understandment. After coming back from my trip to Germany, I was dreading to log in to Totallympics, because I was completely done. I have dealt with my exams, prepared for a tour and undergoing some very important music stuff in my life. I finally feel free and capable to visit Totallympics yet again and I promise to work on the multi jury votes after the Christmas tour (with the TISC competition winner Leon Somov & Jazzu). It will be on 23rd/25th/26th/27th and 28th, so I should get around to finishing my TISC work after that period of time. Thank you for understanding.
    4 Points
  4. DaniSRB

    [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    3 Points
  5. Salutations from Leon Somov & Jazzu and our band from the tour
    3 Points
  6. Okay, I've missed a lot. How is Algeria even allowed to bid when there were messages on the forum floating around that "I would never host such a thing", "I wouldn't have time for it", "I'm not interested" etc. I think someone might have screenshotted this as they are already deleted by Wanderer, if I'm correct. Edit. Just like when Germany's votes were not accepted when the user mentioned that he doesn't care about the contest.
    3 Points
  7. The TISC Annual 2017 thread will likely be opened by early February
    2 Points
  8. tuniscof

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    Anyway we will have Africa Cup of Nations contest, it should be ready by tomorrow i need some rest for tonight, I hope there would be many users who will participate
    2 Points
  9. tuniscof

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    is now open
    2 Points
  10. VolleyRuller96

    [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    Cristopher Columbus discovered America. Witold Waszczykowski discovered San Escobar http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/11/polands-foreign-minister-mocked-naming-non-existent-country/
    2 Points
  11. Jesse_Pinkman)

    Serbia National Thread

    Jel ima ovde neko iz Republike Srpske? Da cestitam Dan Republike
    2 Points
  12. Henry_Leon

    Football 2017 Discussion Thread

    Glo CAF Awards 2016 Easy to predict: the winner is Riyad MAHREZ (Leicester City) /African Player of the Year Main awards: African Player of the Year(Based in Africa): Denis ONYANGO (Mamelodi Sundowns) Youth Player of the Year: Alex IWOBI (Arsenal) Women’s player of the Year: Asisat OSHOALA (Arsenal Ladies) Coach of the Year: Pitso MOSIMANE (Mamelodi Sundowns) Full list of Awards 2016
    2 Points
  13. Federer91

    [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    Are we gonna have the annual Totallympics votes for Athlete, Team, Moment etc. for the year, like we had in the old forum?
    2 Points
  14. hckosice

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    yeah, tell me something about cold and wind.... Slovakia today also here what it looks when it´s windy in SVK...so yes I think I know what you means
    2 Points
  15. heywoodu

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Not sure, but I think the IBU Cup is a bit too early for him maybe. The girls are looking forward to it, the wind is very hard though...we're going to the biathlon venue in 40 minutes, let's see how the wind is gonna be then. On the good side, strong wind opens up the possibilities for surprises, which is what I keep telling them now
    2 Points
  16. Canada and Poland playing already 1 and half hour. USA played some 15 seconds if Gridlock will be one day at olympics USA ensured to win another gold
    2 Points
  17. Good luck to New Zealand/Tunisia/Serbia/USA/Mexico/Croatia and Poland!
    2 Points
  18. Ok so here is a quick run through the rules of the game that will be used in the heats.... Players will compete against each other in a game called Gridlock. The aim of the game is to uncover keys in order to open the treasure chests and find the one and only available Silver Ticket for the Final in this heat. Players take turns revealing tiles from the grid. There are 20 keys hidden in the 64-square grid. After a player has revealed a key, they immediately get to use the key to open one of the 20 treasure chests. One of these chests contain the Silver Ticket which ensures that player's passage to the Final. However, to complicate matters a little, the grid system has been infiltrated by those pesky penguins. There are 8 penguins in total lurking in the grid. Players need to be very cautious when selecting tiles because the penguins are set on causing mayhem. Collecting three penguins during the game results in instant elimination for that player and their dreams of hosting TISC Open 2017 will be over. If two players are eliminated by the penguins, the one and only surviving contestant will automatically be awarded the Silver Ticket and advance to the Final. One final piece of information to know - Séamus the lucky leprechaun has hidden himself away in the grid. For the lucky contestant who uncovers him, Séamus will wipe away all those pesky penguins that the player has collected thus far and he will also grant that player a free go at opening one of the treasure chests. Up first in heat one will be and . Play will begin with the nation who achieved the highest finish at TISC Open 2016 (i.e. Mexico, followed by Serbia and then New Zealand). @mrv86 @DaniSRB @Wanderer GRIDLOCK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
    2 Points
  19. OlympicIRL

    [OFF TOPIC] Happy Holidays and Birthdays Thread

    Happy Christmas everyone! For all who celebrate, I hope you and your families have a very peaceful holiday The 25th is our main day here. I have returned home from midnight service at the church where they played beautiful hymns and as always "O Holy Night" was the highlight and gave me goosebumps, beautiful hymn. Tonight we put the presents under the tree and tomorrow morning begins by opening the presents. For dinner we have either soup or garlic mushroom for starters, turkey and ham for main with all the usual sides of roast potatoes, brussels sprouts, parnisps, carrots, stuffing, gravy. For dessert we have a selection of dishes to choose from, but I am particularly looking forward to my apple pie because I just love apple pie This is how our table was prepared last year.... And most of all I am looking forward to acting like a big kid and playing with my nephew and the new toys Santa will bring him tonight Our tree....
    2 Points
  20. bestmen

    [OFF TOPIC] Happy Holidays and Birthdays Thread

    it's not the celebration here but they did few effort in the street so merry christmass for you
    2 Points
  21. Look, @bestmen, my dude, you're cool and all, but I already got someone like you taking office in January I think I'm good.
    2 Points
  22. I wouldn't feel comfortable with Algeria hosting the competition. I would personally not compete.
    2 Points
  23. dcro

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    Funny that you mentioned it, I heard a rumour going around that heywoodu tested positive for prediction contests.
    2 Points
  24. Wanderer

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    Results are coming soon. I am asking for a bit more patience. Also, I can manage just a few contests next year (up to 5 throughout the year) so we'll need a team if there's a desire for some more complete schedule. Feel free to suggest all of your interests. I am sure we can find 2-3 users more to form a managing team. Also, now is the time to suggest some rules changes, scoring systems etc... 10 days are enough to have rules set and some provisional calendar.
    2 Points
  25. Okay so some details on the Competition to find our next TISC Open host: Heat 1: Tuesday, 27th December (18:00 GMT) Competitors: Qualification Criteria: One nation will advance to the Final Heat 2: Wednesday, 28th December (18:00 GMT) Competitors: Qualification Criteria: Two nations will advance to the Final Heat 3: Thursday, 29th December (18:00 GMT) Competitors: Qualification Criteria: Two nations will advance to the Final FINAL: Friday, 30th December (18:00 GMT) 5 Nations compete to win the Golden Ticket and the right to host TISC Open 2017! No nations will be punished for not being present to compete in their heat or final. I have decided it would be unfair to do so since it is short notice. So instead another user from the site will take part on their behalf should any of the competitors be absent at the time. I haven't decided on a game format yet so I can't specify on how the heats will work yet. Good luck to all 9 bidders @amen09 @bestmen @DaniSRB @dcro @dezbee2008 @intoronto @mrv86 @rybak @Wanderer
    2 Points
  26. rybak

    Tennis 2017 Discussion Thread

    This week winners: Hobart Sydney Auckland Sydney
    1 Points
  27. heywoodu

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    I will as soon as they come back to my room after dinner
    1 Points
  28. tuniscof

    [OFF TOPIC] Happy Holidays and Birthdays Thread

    Happy New Year 2017 my Totallympics friends My best wishes of health, success and happiness for everyone
    1 Points
  29. Gianlu33

    Snowboarding 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Thanks a lot, the mobile FIS app don't work for this event
    1 Points
  30. Gianlu33

    Football 2017 Discussion Thread

    One of the wrost day of the FIFA's history... But the way, Canada will try to host the 2026 World Cup
    1 Points
  31. hckosice

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Not so much, but it happen sometimes in IBU cup. The thing is that each Biathlon weekend must have 3 mens and 3 womens races, the redistribution of the different events take place prior to the start of the season, in IBU cup there more sprints than other events so sometimes it happen that 1-2 stages have 2 sprints.
    1 Points
  32. dcro

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Biathlete falls on course. Eurosport commentator says: "I hope that rifle is alright."
    1 Points
  33. hckosice

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Enjoy your trip buddy
    1 Points
  34. hckosice

    Cross-Country Skiing 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Ustiugov unbeatable through 3 stages of Tour de Ski Sergey Ustiugov of Russia left little doubt in today's 20 km Skiathlon that he plans to keep the Tour de Ski leaders bib. Sitting back just outside the top 10 going into the final climb he made an aggressive move to get up into 3rd place by the top. Coming out of the draft on the final downhill Ustiuigov sprinted his way to his third victory in the first three stages. Despite taking an wrong turn early in the free technique portion Norway's Martin Johnsrud Sundby recovered to take second place on the day and hold his place in second in the overall standings. Switzerland's Dario Cologna was back on the podium for the first time since the Tour was in Oberstdorf last season. He took third today +1.0 behind Ustiugov and just +0.4 behind Sundby. Ustiugov now leads the Tour by 29.5 second over Sundby, up from 18.9 seconds after Val Müstair stage 2. Canada's Alex Harvey had another strong day with a 5th place finish and remains in 3rd in the overall standings +1:09.3 back. With his third place finish today Cologna moves up from 6th to 4th in the overall standings +1:25.4 behind. Sweden's Marcus Hellner was a big mover today with a 5th place finish moving up from 9th to 5th in the overall heading into tomorrow's 15km Pursuit in free technique. It will be interesting to see how tight the group is tomorrow following the pursuit event. Full Results Here
    1 Points
  35. heywoodu

    [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    Rugby in Papua New-Guinea? Cool
    1 Points
  36. wow. well Tunisia lets start talk about fee, because seriously I doubt anyone else moved his ass so hard for Tunisia ever than me last 2 days Congrats anyway for the host rights, looking forward for a great contest. Thanks a lot @OlympicIRL for all your incredible work. absolutely awesome and creative as always, hard luck for all other contestants, so sorry for you, especially for all who lost because of penguins, wish you more luck next time. and now Hockey Time. Go Boys please maintain us in the top division PLEASE !!!!
    1 Points
  37. Finnator123

    Ice Hockey 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    I really hope that both Denmark and Slovakia wins tonight
    1 Points
  38. We just don't want OlympicIRL's work to go to waste!
    1 Points
  39. stamura84

    [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    http://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1045265/farahs-gold-medals-among-rio-2016-results-removed-from-ioc-website-amid-potential-hacking
    1 Points
  40. I think @hckosice should pick the chest (I am not very lucky) then I can take over from here.
    1 Points
  41. Amazing @Gianlu33 my lucky penny Thanks a lot for picking. I'll make it sure to miss the final too
    1 Points
  42. And before that he had 19 in 60 chance to find a key on the map. So overall it was 19 in 1140 chance (or 1 in 60) for that turn, very very lucky outcome.
    1 Points
  43. And it's finished. Sorry for this @DaniSRB and @mrv86 and good luck @Wanderer for the next stage
    1 Points
  44. 1 Points
  45. dcro

    [OFF TOPIC] Happy Holidays and Birthdays Thread

    And here is our Christmas tree.
    1 Points
  46. Xander

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    ^ Everything is unofficial so far. It's between Holmenkollen and Kontiolahti. Raubichi are in but they have no chances. Our male team wanted Almaty (after Universiade), our female team roots for Holmenkollen. ps. FIS suspended 6 Russian skiers (including Legkov & Vylegzhanin). All of them took part in Sochi Olympics (4 medals). I guess all these cases in other winter sports will influence biathlon too.
    1 Points
  47. He's gonna make TISC great again
    1 Points
  48. I will be online for all 3 days so it wouldn't matter each way (as I have an online job, so definitely I'll be jumping in). Still I'm looking forward to the bidding process.
    1 Points
  49. Good idea So here is the updated schedule for the heats: Heat 1: Tuesday, 27th December (18:00 GMT) Competitors: Qualification Criteria: One nation will advance to the Final Heat 2: Wednesday, 28th December (18:00 GMT) Competitors: Qualification Criteria: Two nations will advance to the Final Heat 3: Thursday, 29th December (18:00 GMT) Competitors: Qualification Criteria: Two nations will advance to the Final FINAL: Friday, 30th December (18:00 GMT) 5 Nations compete to win the Golden Ticket and the right to host TISC Open 2017! Just a notice to those users affected by the time changes @dcro @rybak @intoronto @amen09 @bestmen @dezbee2008
    1 Points
  50. heywoodu

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    Whatever's going on, I for one am still very interested in the final results of all Olympic contests. I don't care if it's too late for the General Standings or not, I (and many others) have also put a lot of time and effort in the predictions, so I would just want to know how they ended up, even if there's no points to be won or something.
    1 Points