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Showing content with the highest reputation on 04/09/17 in all areas

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    I ako dobijemo ovo neka se zahvale upravo njemu. Jer jedno Bogdanovic, Jovic i Gagi se ne plase da krenu na kos. Pa i ako promase. Ostali sve nesto mlitavo.
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    People are not reading an internet, people are watching it. That's why we need colours - like those from flag. I personally like that something is regular, has it's place, order.
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    Gustavo Ayón, who plays with Real Madrid Basket and also played in the NBA... he was the team leader; but shortly before Olympic qualification tournament last year he started to behave like he was the only capable of making the team work, even managing to bring the arrogant a***ole that is our National Sports Comissioner to beg him to play; he had some goood points for not joining the team at that point, but after that, he's just using the lacm of proper planning to avoid being called to the team.
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    Argentina introduced some new players. They are not in the level of the golden generation ones but i think they will keep Argentina in a satisfied level in future world competitions
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    Nothing is over CBDN (Brazilian federation) makes their own special ranking to determine who gets the one quota. What I mentioned earlier apparently wasn't right and it looks like this is correct: - Average of the 5 best FIS points between 1 July 2016 and 22 January 2018, with some subcriteria; - Maximum of two of those results coming in South America - At least one of those results coming in the Northern Hemisphere That is, if I'm translating correctly from the criteria, here. ( @vinipereira @thiago_simoes, am I correct?) Mourão had no results in South America, so came to Chile to correct that. She's still rather far ahead in the rankings, but her points of today actually don't really make a significant difference (I'd say she has 80% chance to get the ticket, just like I thought before today). The 25 seconds mean nothing by the way. There were two very hard downhills, on which Bruna fell all the time during training yesterday (they only got hard after the course was changed slightly yesterday). Today before the competition however, she worked hard on learning the 'drift technique' to get through the corners, and in qualifying...it worked! She was only 2 seconds behind Mourão then, but in the last (short, not hard) downhill there was a hole in the track and her ski got stuck, causing her to fall and lose 20-25 seconds. The final was one big confidence boost, because even though Mourão eventually got the win by basically throwing herself down the downhills like a madman, Bruna for the first time ever saw that on the uphills and flat parts she was actually able to get the better of Mourão And well, even if 2018 doesn't work out, that's all very promising for 2022, which after all was the first main goal when she started skiing. The fact that she's even in the running for the 2018 ticket is more than was expected when she was first standing on ski's, only three years ago.
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