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Showing content with the highest reputation on 09/08/18 in all areas

  1. 4 points
    How I feel while studying chemical synthesis AND reading olympic qualification criteria
  2. 3 points
    Nah..this is what happen when your team didn´t qualify for the world cup..you don´t have to bother to watch football in June, so you have a lot of time to train instead
  3. 3 points
    It could still be used for the new modern Olympic sport "Lumberjack hiking trough the woods on a bike". Perfect training complex in my opinion.
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    Panziera is not an average girl...she was expected to this kind of level for years...but she has been underperforming for quite a while for personal reasons... p.s. for you is it more surprising a technically perfect swim like Panziera's bringing her to world excellence than the so funny and almost illegal swim by Burian getting so close to the Italian? c'mon! the only "amazing" and surprising clocking by an Italian this week is Codia's 50.6...but still, sometimes it happens that you have a perfect race once in your life and get what you never expected before the race (and however, he had a PB of 51.0 and did make the final at the world and european champs -winning medals at the short course europeans, too- already earlier in his career...so, it's not that he improved more than 20 seconds in a year -any referral to Wellbroeck is not unintentional)... p.p.s. of course 2 or 3 Italians having the meet of their life is a farce... meanwhile teenagers like Milak, Kolesnikov, Chupkov, Chalmers or Freya Anderson coming out of nowhere -not necessarily this year, of course- and almost breaking world records or people like the Americans or Hosszu -not this time for obvious reasons, of course- winning multiple olympic gold medals in the most different disciplines is absolutely normal... or watching people swimming a sprint race with 2 secs advantage on the rest of the field is also absolutely beyond any suspicion... c'mon, man! calm down and let your frustration out of your door...shouting at the bad Italians is not gonna make you live better...
  6. 2 points
    Yes, it is definitely. We can eat very well and this preserve us from getting older. Now, let's assume for a second that you may be right: why did you said that you would like that all other countries should adopt the same system, instead of saying that doped athletes had to be punished? Did you get a violation while writing on some Italian monument?
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    Barr!!!! Best time for him since Rio
  9. 2 points
    You don't mess with the athletics school of DDR!!!
  10. 2 points
    Not sure if Europeans or Mediterranean Games...
  11. 2 points
    Didn't notice if it was the winner or 2nd place, but yeah. BTW gave the gyros a go
  12. 2 points
    Nobody writes Gabbrielleschi's surname correctly, not even the official site and Italian people
  13. 2 points
    and Smajlaj is back to 10th place and his last 3 attempts are removed btw
  14. 2 points
    Getting ready for the medal races. Camera and podium is ready and last flag pole is being raised at the moment
  15. 2 points
    was late in the morning it's + 7-8 hours than you and today we visited paradisaic islands this one is for @heywoodu
  16. 2 points
    let's start to recap the crews already qualified to the Tokyo Games after the 2018 World Championships... Finn Argentina Canada Hungary Great Britain New Zealand Sweden Turkey Men's 470 Australia France Great Britain Italy New Zealand Spain Sweden United States Women's 470 China France Great Britaon Greece Italy Israel Slovenia Spain
  17. 1 point
    49er will have 2 races tomorrow. Schedule: https://www.manage2sail.com/en-US/Home/DownloadDocument/f1c088c0-646c-45c2-b625-4f312f743584
  18. 1 point
    I think Talay wished Herman didn't win that
  19. 1 point
    Right, steeple final coming up. Hide yo wives, hide yo mascottes.
  20. 1 point
    Germans hoping KJT blows the javelin hard!
  21. 1 point
    Dude, its SchwingenschlÖgel, show some respect for the walking alphabet.
  22. 1 point
    DDR anthemn DDR flag DDR wall Ok, enough.
  23. 1 point
    I had to Google it Even the name did not sound familiar.
  24. 1 point
    Expensive imported food, another suspicious sign ...
  25. 1 point
    I think most people west of the Oder don't even know what on earth 'the Oder' is
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  28. 1 point
    HJS javlja da nakon prosvjeda braca Fantela vode.
  29. 1 point
    Is fancy surname a requirement for Polish women's 400m team?9
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  31. 1 point
    Most of all, you cannot start doing fast races when you are thirty.
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  33. 1 point
    Not a very trustworthy explanation ... how do we know that you didnt inherit a fortune and are now spending your time watching sailing and drinking champagne everyday?
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  36. 1 point
    Against the short course world champion, which I still can't believe
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  38. 1 point
    il problema sono gli infortuni...non si vogliono correre troppi rischi buttando atleti in pieno carico pre-mondiali in una competizione potenzialmente difficile come un GP... comunque io sono da sempre scettico sulle scelte dei nostri coach in fatto di partecipazione a questi tornei...secondo me i nostri ragazzi gareggiano troppo poco nelle gare più importanti...
  39. 1 point
    Olympic Road Race courses revealed...and we're gonna have some tough, really tough races...especially the men's one... https://tokyo2020.org/en/news/notice/20180809-01.html
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  42. 1 point
    Canoe slalom venue has seen better days as well.
  43. 1 point
    I can't decide the placement of the ads I have asked not to have ads between posts at least for logged users, let's see if it will work.
  44. 1 point
    This game is rigged (that's the gold medal pole)! I'm expecting a slightly biased Danish commentator here as well... Her name is Susanne Salminen
  45. 1 point
    that's OK, since the 10th and last fleet race has been completed... I only wrote to @Gianlu33 to wait for a while to post the Olympic quota, because the final result of the last race is not official yet, there could be an appeal that we don't know about it...I just want to make things official when they actually are official...
  46. 1 point
    She's British, the hype is built-in.
  47. 1 point
    Cachova over 1.86 That makes her the number one favourite for 5th place all of a sudden, with even a very real shot at 4th.
  48. 1 point
    your gift is to find triple logo
  49. 1 point
    If we are only talking about olympic events then its the womens 3000 m SC record by Gesa Krause from last year (9:11.85), on the mens side its in the javelin throw by Johannes Vetter (94.44 m). The oldest record on the mens side is the long jump record from Lutz Dombrowski (8.54 m, 1980). Both Sebastian Bayer (8.49 m in 2009) and Christian Reif (8.49 m in 2014) came close to it quite recently but couldnt break it. The second oldest record on the mens side is 3:31.58 by Thomas Wessinghage in the 1500 m from 1980. Homiyu Tesfaye came close to it in 2014 with a time of 3:31.98. The third oldest record on the mens side is 47.48 s in the 400 m hurdles by Harald Schmid from 1982, no other german ever came within a second of that time. On the womens side the oldest record is 21.71 s by Marita Koch in the 200 m from 1979, Heike Drechsler tied that record in 1986. The second oldest record is 22.45 m in womens shot put by Ilona Slupianek from 1980 and the 3rd oldest record is 3:57.71 in the 1500 m by Christiane Wartenberg from 1980 as well, Konstanze Klosterhalfen came close to it last year with her time of 3:58.92. The oldest indoor records on the mens side are: 45.05 s in the 400 m by Thomas Schönlebe from 1988, 2.42 m by Carlo Thränhardt in the high jump from 1988 and 22.55 m in the shot put by Ulf Timmermann from 1989. The oldest indoor records on the womens side are: 21.59 m in the shot put by Ilona Slupianek from 1979, 50.01 s in the 400 m by Sabine Busch from 1984 and 4:03.64 by Brigitte Kraus in the 1500 m from 1985 (Konstanze Klosterhalfen came within 0.36 s of that record this year). The most recent indoor records are 8:36.01 in womens 3000 m by Konstanze Klosterhalfen from this year and on the mens side 17.52 m in the triple jump by Max Heß from last year.
  50. 1 point
    I listened this song already thousand times and still I love it And ofc I love also other Konstantinos songs I think that it's here well known that I'm addicted of Greek songs
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