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  1. Werloc


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  1. 5 points
    Did he give 12,11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 points all to Romania?
  2. 4 points
    Now I have listened to the songs. So many good songs. But now I have send my votes to vinipereira.
  3. 3 points
    Moldova mixed Slovenia for Slovakia, didn't they?
  4. 3 points
    Anyone else expecting Memo/Memin to register as Memun or Memi?
  5. 3 points
  6. 3 points
    Wow, she really got her act together after that shameful 117 failure.
  7. 3 points
    Yeah but that's only if you gave points to Algeria.
  8. 3 points
    The fencing one that you have linked in the first page is the draft from October 2017. This one is the official document Fencing Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Also, the Turkish NOC uploaded a lot of documents here http://olimpiyat.org.tr/Olimpiyat-Oyunlari-Detay/128/1 Wrestling Wrestling Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Handball Handball Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Judo Judo Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Artistic Gymnastics Artistic Gymnastics Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Karate Karate Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Modern Penthatlon Modern Pentathlon Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Beach Volleyball Beach Volleyball Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Rhythmic Gymnastics Rhythmic Gymnastics Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Sport Climbing Sport Climbing Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Water Polo Water Polo Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Trampoline Gymnastics Trampoline Gymnastics Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf Volleyball Volleyball Tokyo 2020 Qualification System.pdf
  9. 2 points
  10. 2 points
    I think that's the name of the Donegal entry for Winterfest.
  11. 2 points
    20 other users now frantically trying to fix their votes...
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    The problem is, it isn't simply a "bug", but something that will definitely change the final results. But in a conversation with the organizers we agreed that Moldova won't be disqualified if doesn't correct this problem today because he voted anyway. We will give some more days to fix this.
  14. 2 points
    Everybody on this forum should write a message to @dcro in order to help him feel the TISC spirit.
  15. 2 points
    And for Serbia two quotas as well. Brother and sister, Dušan and Nadica Božanic will be in Argentina. Maybe there will be one more, we will see.
  16. 2 points
    We never know, perhaps someone will get a mental breakdown during TISC about Kensington participating three times and gets themselves disqualified. For all that I care, The Netherlands are just clearly going after the record set by Guyana.
  17. 2 points
    Yes. He also had a template posted somewhere around page 30-ish ? Edit: Now that @dcro posted the link to the template, I'm pretty proud of myself for being only 5 pages off. Hats of to you, memory, for remembering every single detail apart from when I need to successfully write exams.
  18. 2 points
    at least your country was not a theme for a horror in which they literally explain you that if you have money you can easily seamlessly torture and kill here who you want and whenever you want, and apparently in some parts of the world there still peoples that are persuaded that it´s actually based on a real events in the country not to mention that the same peoples are also persuaded that you can also sleep here with whoever you want, you just have to pay difficult to overcome such advertising
  19. 2 points
    The only official documents still missing are: Athletics Basketball Boxing Canoeing Equestrian Rugby Skateboarding Table Tennis
  20. 2 points
    We have an index of only 81? Well, that is not surprising. As much as all our governments tried to hide it, in the era of the internet and global satelites it slowly stops being a secret, so there is no point in denying: I can confirm that eastern Poland is on a daily basis ravaged by horders of bloodthirsty cannibal mutants created by radiation after the Chernobyl incident. The only reason Bialowieza forest is protected is because crazy scientists opened there a wormhole to hell and are unable to shut it down. Most polish roads are in fact still covered by remaining World War 2 mines, which justifies their awful quality - that is also the reason there are around 500 explosions daily in Poland. Last time I went shopping, on the way back home I had to escape from a Wolf-Siren baby from another planet. So yeah, that's how life goes in Poland I don't recommend coming here. If you are looking for a touris spot, I agree with the list - Tajikistan or Vietnam are far better options. At least there your TV would not turn into a robotic mechanoid trying to take away your brain
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    NEW USER ALERT Hello and welcome! How about a little introduction? Nice to have a Slovenian member
  23. 1 point
    There still one problem that can actually occur, you must count that you lost the head 2 head match with Lithuania, so if POL and LTU finish the group both tied with at least 1 points more than GBR it will be Lithuania who will qualify. the same can happen to Lithuania, if they finish with GBR at least 1 point ahead of POL, it will GBR who qualify, because they defeated LTU today. If POL and GBR finish at least 1 point ahead of LTU, you will qualify, because of your win over GBR
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    2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship Division II Group A In Tallinn, , 1-7 April 2018 Friday April 6th, 2018 - Round-Robin Day 4 Results (GMT +3) 13:00 Great Britain 3 - 2 Lithuania 16:30 Australia 0 - 16 Poland 20:00 South Korea 4 - 3 Estonia Provisional Standing after Day 4: 1. Poland 9 pts, 2. Great Britain 9 pts, 3. Lithuania 9 pts, 4. South Korea 6 pts, 5. Estonia 3 pts, 6. Australia 0 pts. *Estonia is already assured to finish 5th and Australia already assured to finish last and will be relegated to the next years U18 Division II Group B tournament where they will replace Spain, winner of this years Div II B tournament held in Croatian Zagreb early last month. **For the 1st-3rd place actually with three teams tied with 9 points, we use a mini-table of the matches between the 3 concerned teams, in this table it´s Poland who is in the best position 1-POL 3 pts (Score 8-8) 2-GBR 3 pts (Score 7-7) 3-LTU 3 pts (Score 6-6) @VolleyRuller96 If POL will win over Estonia tomorrow you will win the tourney, I guess your guys will have to buy some beers to the British squad for todays big help
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  26. 1 point
    Yes, it's better to avoid giving points to both (assuming they're two different countries) countries, rather than making a foolish mistake.
  27. 1 point
    If she doesn't, I'll win this edition, and host the TISC in Dunedin!
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  29. 1 point
    Seriously, if you @mrv86 @OlympicIRL @amen09 were planning some sort of former TISC host voting conspiracy, you could have told @hckosice @uk12points The Serbian delegation and me
  30. 1 point
    This officially means that TISC finally broken the number of 35 participants, for the first time in 881 days (since 2015 Open). 2016 Annual - 34 2016 Open - 33 2017 Annual - 35 2017 Open - 35
  31. 1 point
    All in, balls out. She beat the great Rim Jong-sim by 957kg, so that's definitely worth some applause.
  32. 1 point
    I think @Sindo has contacted both @Il_qar and @Ionoutz24 on Facebook. @Janakis has contacted me and will send his votes on Facebook
  33. 1 point
    Is that Dan drunk somewhere with Seamus? Tick-tock tick-tock... But on the second thought, somebody else might finally win. Can someone hack vinipereira's sheets with votes and PM inbox and erase uk12points' ones?
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  36. 1 point
    Alright. So total of 14 countries. So far i have 9 selected....
  37. 1 point
    Sweden is at 85. Finland 90 (8th place). Not surprising to se Sweden a bit below the top as gang crime has been given quite a bit of attention lately.
  38. 1 point
    Now I could need the "Confused" icon.
  39. 1 point
    I would not be 100% sure. The document is dated 15 March 2018 so they should have known the dates of the 2018 Copa America ? But on the other hand other events whome dates are confirmed are still listed as "TBD" in the document.
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    Votes sent meaning that I now know between which songs the winner will be found
  42. 1 point
    Yay for the Solomons!
  43. 1 point
    added ^^ http://olimpiyat.org.tr/Tokyo2020_Branslar/Voleybol.pdf
  44. 1 point
    I really dont have any idea now but i will post it if i know something.
  45. 1 point
    Day 1 Draws for World Taekwondo qualification Top 7/8 in each category will qualify directly to YOG
  46. 1 point
    Basketball teams Boys: Andorra Argentina Belgium Brazil China Estonia Georgia Italy Jordan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Latvia Mongolia New Zealand Russia Slovenia Turkmenistan Ukraine United States Venezuela Girls: Andorra Argentina Australia China Czech Republic Egypt Estonia France Germany Hungary Indonesia Japan Mexico Netherlands Romania Spain Sri Lanka Ukraine United States Venezuela
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    TEAM SQUADS Belarus https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10732&ID=1045 Belgium https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10740&ID=1045 Bulgaria https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10733&ID=1045 Czech Republic https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10734&ID=1045 France https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10739&ID=1045 Germany https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10735&ID=1045 Greece https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10742&ID=1045 Italy https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10741&ID=1045 Russia https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10756&ID=1045 Slovakia https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10750&ID=1045 Turkey https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10754&ID=1045 Ukraine https://www.cev.eu/Competition-Area/CompetitionTeamDetails.aspx?TeamID=10786&ID=1045
  48. 1 point
    No, gold for England. Cyprus 4th.
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    MASCOT The Indomitable Duckly Read the fairy tale of the 2018 IIHF WM mascot The fairy tale about how a self-confident duckling who chose his own path and became the mascot of the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. Once upon a time in a fairy-tale land known as Denmark, in the middle of a traditional Danish summer with green forests and a beaming yellow sun, a mother duck was brooding over her 17 eggs. “That was an awful lot of eggs for one duck,” a passing drake quacked. “And there is even one more over here,” he added, pushing an 18th egg over to Mother Duck with his beak. Granted, the egg was a little big and rather odd-looking. But Mother Duck took it under her wing nevertheless, as one should never judge a duckling based on its egg. A squeak erupted from one of the eggs, and then another. In the blink of an eye, 17 little ducklings had emerged from their eggs. All of the other animals on the farm quickly gathered to look in awe at the newly hatched ducklings. The whole farm was therefore gathered together, watching, as the 18th egg slowly hatched. The felt some measure of unease, actually, as it was the last egg and looked so odd compared to the others. As soon as the shell cracked, the animals began muttering things amongst themselves like: “He must have been positioned wrong inside the egg” and “maybe it is something Mother Duck ate?” Another drake arrived at the courtyard shortly thereafter, his appearance alone silencing the by-standing animals who naturally made way. The drake had a red rag tied to his leg, which was a symbol of his high status within the courtyard. The chief drake slowly leaned towards the last duckling to emerge and cried out. “He must be the biggest and ugliest creature I have ever seen! He will never be a real duck!” Mother Duck lowered her beak in defeat, and all of the other ducklings laughed in derision while they pecked at and scratched the big duckling. “Big and foul, big and foul,” the other ducklings quacked. Mother Duck chased them away, quacking: “Leave him alone! He is not hurting anybody!” The ducklings all waddled neatly to the lake, the first 17 all in a row. But the 18th had a style all his own, rushing wildly into the water and splashing water everywhere. Standing on the shore, the older ducks yelled things like: “Use your legs, use your legs!” The chief drake watched them closely. “Well, the first 17 are very capable. But the last one is not quite making it. I wish Mother Duck could have done him differently,” he quacked. All of the other ducklings continued to ridicule him. They told him he was putting the entire pond to shame. But the little duckling just let the crude remarks dribble of him like water on his feathers and continued his ways. For he was an indomitable duckling. “You have to prove your worth,” Mother Duck told him. “You have to convince them that you are just as good as they are.” The not-so-little duckling raised his beak, looked across the pond and exclaimed. “No… I think that I would rather head out and look around for a bit.” And with those words he was gone. Off on his adventure, the duckling came across a hen and a cat, standing by a barn. They broke into laughter when they saw him. “Would you look at this guy? You must be lost! Look how big and clumsy he is! Look at those big feet. Are you even able to lay eggs?” the hen asked. The duckling looked down and shook his head. “Are you able to arch your back and purr?” the cat asked. And again the duckling just shook his head. The two laughed and rolled their eyes at the odd-looking duckling. But he just shook his head and thought to himself that if only he could become someone important, then he would not have to worry about what others said. “I do not need your opinion,” he quacked. “I know I am big, but that will only help me in my future endeavours. Sure I have big feet, but that I won’t fall over so easily.” He had received enough ridicule from the hen and the cat, and continued on his way across the country. Fall came and went, and winter had now arrived. The air was cold and the clouds were heavy with hail and snow. A blizzard was coming. The duckling fought his way through the cold reeds and out onto a partially frozen lake. It was cold and the ice was creaking as it spread. The indomitable duckling swam as Mother Duck had taught him, but the lake was quickly freezing around him and before he knew it he was in danger getting of stuck in the ice. The duckling could have given up. He could have let himself grow frozen stuck in the lake so that other people would have to come and free him from the ice. But this duckling was a fighter. He was indomitable. He fought his way out of the freezing water, and suddenly found himself on top of the icy surface of the lake. “You must be mad! Get off the ice, it is way too slippery and dangerous for a duckling,” the hen and cat yelled from the shore, while looking to the sky. For they had never seen anything like this. At that moment, the indomitable duckling felt a sudden urge to glide over the ice and he remembered the words Mother Duck said to him on his first swim. He used his legs and pushed across the ice. Granted, he was a little clumsy at first. But he was determined. He quickly got the hang of it and started to glide across the ice with grace. At that moment, all of the other ducklings from the farm gathered on the shore to behold the sight. “Who can glide so gracefully over the ice?” they asked one another. “It is the ugly duckling! Gosh - what speed, what balance, what footwork!” the chief drake exclaimed. All of Denmark gasped, and the chief drake dropped his red rag in amazement. The duckling picked it up, as he slid by the shore, tying it around his neck like a cape. For he would rather be respected as a superhero instead of being admired for his feathers. And at that moment on he created a name for himself. It was no longer the tale of the ugly duckling but rather that of Duckly the indomitable duckling. But the fairy tale did not stop at the shore of the frozen lake for the ever-growing duckling. Duckly wanted to see more of the world, so he continued off on his journey. Across lakes and ponds he skated, over hills he climbed and bridges he crossed until one day he found himself outside a massive building. It was an arena containing a big skating rink, and the sounds, the atmosphere and the cheering he heard from inside drew him to investigate it further. Inside the arena were steep stands filled with people cheering on as huge figures dressed in funny outfits scurried around the ice. A hockey game was underway. Duckly did not know who these funny figures were, but he knew that he wanted to be one of them. Being the kind of duckling who never waited for things to come his way, he promptly took action. Duckly confidently stepped out onto the ice with his red cape and started skating around as best he knew. What the crowd took note of was neither his big feet nor size but rather how powerfully and elegantly he strode across the ice. Duckly was instantly appointed their mascot, which was obviously the highest honour a duckling could ever hope to receive. The news that Duckly had been made the official mascot quickly reached his old pond. Upon hearing of his achievements, the other ducklings felt embarrassed and ashamed of how they had treated Duckly. “How were we supposed to know that he would amount to anything?” Turning to Mother Duck they asked: “Are you not proud of him?” “Yes, I am proud. But I was proud of him even before he became the mascot. I have always believed in him, just as I believe in you. The difference is that Duckly always believed in himself, even when others did not,” she explained. At that moment the other ducklings finally understood that in order to achieve their dreams, they had to believe in themselves. For Duckly it was proof that the biggest of heroes could emerge from the smallest of the ponds.