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    THE BIG REVEAL... OF THE TISC 2017 LOGO! A big thank you has to go to @vinipereira for making the stunning logo! The logo itself features the four flowers of the British Isles, representing the countries that make up our great nation. The English Rose, Welsh Daffodil, Northern Irish Clover and Scottish Thistle, all featured on the logo and in the video. Here is the logo in all its glory:
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    Final Standing available here heywoodu dcro rybak Congratulation to our first winter sports winner of the year @dcro and team Croatia ! The battle for gold was very close between the three medalists : @heywoodu @rybak and @dcro. But the final word was croatian For dcro, this gold medal is really deserved since he kept his lead all contest long from Day 2 until the finish ! He was certainly helped for the win by the perfect pick of Day 2 ! Congratulations Croatia for your first medal of the year ! Despite being absent from podium during the first half of the contest, heywoodu managed to come back and took the Silver from rybak on the last day. Congratulations goes to the Netherlands for their first medal of the year Taking the lead on first day and being second from Day 2 to Day 5, and even sharing the first place with dcro on Day 8 wasn't enough to give rybak the gold medal, so he got only Bronze . Congratulation Poland for their second medal of the year ! Team Italy has proved once again how good they are whenthey had 4 out of 5 players in top 10 During this contest only two players had a perfect pick : our champion dcro on Day 2 and Algeria's @bestmen on Day 4. I hope you enjoyed this contest ! Good luck to everyone for the next one ! Now please stand up for the national anthem of Croatia !
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    It's fairly nice to see Cecilia Aymonier making a successful transfer from cross-country skiing. I wonder if Hermann will have the same luck next year, although it's very difficult to get in to the German team. PS: Also, if Latuilliere works on her shooting there'll be another strong French on the rise on a team that's already very strong.
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    Interviewer: "Maren Hammerschmidt, now what's your target for the mass start, because with this shape, something good seems possible?" Hammerschmidt: "Yeah but I can't start there.." Ouch
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    When you're 35, the athletes' representative who is loved by almost all athletes, already wanted to retire after last season to become a buffalo farmer ( ) but decided to continue with the big purpose to keep collecting sponsor money for your local biathlon club.....you deserve to finally, finally be rewarded in a way like this
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    also the first ever womens nordic combined olympic winner , remember my words
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    May be I'm the last one who has read the entire topic lol, I didn't have time to read all the comments before, I did all the calculations of the votes, one by one on my own table and I can reassure you all that the final table is correct . Let's begin with congratulations to the winner proved once again he's the master of this contest .Well deserved gold ! The best contest for so far congratulations for Silver ! Congratulations to for first Bronze ! Unfortunately for they gave that Bronze to their neighbours Next time may be it'll be your time don't give up ! We hadn't collected much points as the last edition of the Annual contest, we thought that our choice would get a much better ranking than a 16th place . So we are a little bit disappointed but be sure we will work harder for it next time. I wanted to thank all the nations who voted for Kelmti Horra and it appears they all have different languagues : only and share the same 11 - You gave us our only medal : Muito Obrigado ! 8 - Our flag neighbour : Teşekkürler ! 7 - Poland Dziękuję ! Our mediterranean neighbours Malta Grazzi , and Greece ευχαριστώ (Sakis is really great my 2nd Sub) ! 5 - Denmark Tak (I liked your song though it was noisy ; it scared me at first bad luck you were my Sub N°1) ! Serbia Hvala ! 4 - çox sağ ol ! Origado ! 3 - Chokran ! Merci ! 2 - Grazzie ! Thank You Sir ! Terima Kasih ! 1 - Mulțumesc ! also I wanted to mention the songs that I liked : They remind me of the Beegees great group What a voice and what a pronounciation I think I'm gonna learn finnish soon Reminded me of last year's winners very good choice The Corrs, What else ? or may be one thing : Andrea I love you I really liked the lyrics of their song (I understand a little romanian ) and it has a good rythym too one of the best summer hits of some years ago an eternal hit sung by a great Umberto ! sweet and cute At first I thought she was american a lovely voice from and nice lyrics ! Nice and touching song Kelly and Bryan would have got more points from me with other songs Eventhough India didn't get points from me I wanted to say that their song was really good and very touching ! Was my favourite , that song reminds me of high school years with that irresistible Santana's guitar
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    Malta confirming their participation for this contest.
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    For all Ski lovers prepare yourselves for the next prediction contest (FIS Nordic World Ski Championships) . The prediction design will be available late tonight.
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    Expected number of different nations on the podium is 4-5, that's gonna be so exciting.
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    Party pooper once again. Such a frustrating sport
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    They are just adopting the Austrians as reserve Germans, just like we in the Netherlands adopt Belgians as reserve Dutch when our own athletes disappoint
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    ^ It was a joke, plus they praised her will to train in skiing when it is universaly known it's not in there nature. The words racist/racism are the most overused for every little thing now... Anyways i see another medal for Slovakia today.
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    Even with Avvakumova on first leg Korea is in the last place after first shooting.
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    Discovery have sub-licensed to Georgian Public Broadcasting (Georgia), RÚV (Iceland), and Latvijas Televīzija (Latvia) I can imagine the head of Discovery just sitting in an office going "MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORE"
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    yeah thats a longer story He suffered a serious ankle injury during the summers pre-season training camp, the doctor said him that the only solution is a surgery, but he decided to try to compete this season and have the surgery right after the season, but he unfortunately got another foot injury during december in zagreb, but still he decided to fight, didn´t competed last few world cup races and focusing everything only for the worlds, he came to St. Moritz but as you know had this big crash in the super G when he suffered another ankle injury (the second leg this time) and many other smaller hurts, he left the hospital just to compete for the team event, so he tried yesterday hw his foots will do in the combined but you saw how it turned out, 8 seconds behind and not even able to stand on his skis, he said he will see this morning if he can start inthe TE, but the pain was too strong thats in short, hope it solved your question a bit
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    Wow this was so close but well done Slovakia
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    Don't worry, it's real, Slovakia can really win their 5th gold medal of these World Championships, remember how Vlhova won the downhill gold three days ago
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    http://weyof2017.sportresult.com/nh/en/-180/Comp/DetailedScheduleByDate?sportCode=00&day=02%2F13%2F2017 00%3A00%3A00&expandAll=False
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    If anyone is interested, here is my current top
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    Milica Nikolic je osvojila bronzu na Gran Priju u Parizu Veljko Cuk je osvojio srebro na Evropskom kadetskom kupu u Poljskoj (u finalu je izgubio 13-15 od Rusa) Luka Milic je osvojio bronzu na juniorskom takmicenju u okviru European tour-a u Madjarskoj Fed kup tim je izborio plasman u play off za Svetsku grupu 2 Juniorke u stonom tenisu su na Svetskom kupu u Ceskoj osvojile timsku bronzu, Izabela i Sabina srebro u dublu, a Dragana Vignjevic bronzu u snglu (pobedila je jednu Japanku) Jokic postigao 40 poena u pobedi Denvera, i postao je jedan od 4 igraca koji imaju 22 godine i manje kojim je ovo uspelo (medju njima je Dzordan)
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    I am happy to announce that will be participating in this contest.
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    I can't let Agger to be the only one from the nordic countrys , so count in!
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    Totallympics Annual International Song Contest 2017 - Charter and Official Rulebook SECTION 1 - SONG CHOICE AND ELIGIBILITY: 1. (a) All songs must be ORIGINAL, NEW MATERIAL, released on or after January 1st, 2016. Exceptions will be made in the following circumstances: (i) A song released as a single no more than 6 months before the cut-off date (i.e. July 1st, 2015) may ONLY be chosen if that song was subsequently released on an album for the first time during the official period of eligibility. For example, a song which was released as a single on July 1st 2015 may be chosen if that song was later included in an album released on January 1st 2016 or thereafter. (ii) A song which is a copy of an original song may ONLY be chosen if both artists of the original song and the copy version are from the same nation AND if the original song was also released within the period of eligibility (on or after January 1st, 2016). 1. (b) All songs must be ORIGINAL to the nation for which they are competing. In other words, if a song is a copy or cover of an original song by an artist from another nation, then it is ONLY permitted to participate for the nation of the artist who produced the original version. If the artist of the cover version is from the same nation as the original artist, then the cover version must fulfill rule 1(a) in order to be eligible to participate. SECTION 2 - ARTIST CHOICE AND ELIGIBILITY: 2. (a) Artists chosen to represent a nation must be born in or be of the same nationality as the nation for which they are participating OR they must have more or equal association with that nation. 2. (b) In the case of bands, at least 50% of the band must be born in or be of the same nationality as the nation for which they are participating OR they should have more or equal association with that nation. 2. (c) For the purposes of the Totallympics International Song Contest, the same concept of nationality as that used by the IOC (International Olympic Committee) will be adopted. So, for example, artists from Scotland must represent Great Britain, artists from Faroe Islands must represent Denmark, etc. SECTION 3 - NATIONAL JURY VOTING: 3. (a) National juries may consist of a single jury member OR a multi-member jury made up of two or more users from that nation. 3. (b) National juries must send their votes in SECRET (via private message) to the host organising member(s) of the song contest as requested. 3. (c) Each jury member in a multi-member jury shall send their individual preferences in SECRET (via private message) to the host organising member(s). The votes from each of the members of the multi-member jury will be combined to form a single set of votes which will represent the overall voting preference of that national jury. In this way, the votes from each of the participating national juries, whether single or multi-member juries, will hold equal value or weight. 3. (d) National juries will use the following voting format: (i) Jury members will award points to their 12 favourite songs in ascending manner from points 1 through 12 (inclusive) with the first preference receiving a maximum score of 12 points, second preference receiving 11 points, third preference receiving 10 points, and so forth until the song of 12th preference which will receive a single point. - 1st preference -> 12 points - 2nd preference -> 11 points - 3rd preference -> 10 points - 4th preference -> 9 points - 5th preference -> 8 points - 6th preference -> 7 points - 7th preference -> 6 points - 8th preference -> 5 points - 9th preference -> 4 points - 10th preference -> 3 points - 11th preference -> 2 points - 12th preference -> 1 point (ii) In single member juries, these scores will subsequently represent the National Jury Vote of that nation. However, in multi-member juries, the votes of all the jury members from that nation will be combined to form a single set of points. The song which has received the most number of points from that national jury will be deemed to be the overall first preference choice of that jury and will receive the maximum score of 12 points; the song which has received the second highest number of points from that national jury will be deemed to be the overall second preference choice of that jury and will receive a score of 11 points, and so forth until the song which has received the 12th highest number of points which will receive a single point from that national jury. 3. (d) National juries must submit their votes by the official voting deadline as designated by the host organiser(s). National juries who fail to submit their votes within the required time frame will be disqualified from the contest. 3. (e) Any Nation which fails to participate in the voting process will be automatically disqualified from the contest. 3. (f) A random draw will take place in advance of the Grand Final to determine the order in which the National Juries will reveal their votes. This draw must be shown to be transparent and available to competing members should they wish to follow the result. The result of this draw must always be adhered to in order to preserve the random nature in which the voting will progress during the Grand Final. A National Jury may only request a "swap" in their designated voting position if, after the random draw, they have been assigned a voting slot outside of "reasonable hours". For the purpose of this contest, reasonable hours will be determined as anytime between 08:30-23:00 local time. During the "swap" process, the host organiser will first look to make swaps between National Juries who are eligible for swaps after the random draw. SECTION 4 - NATIONAL JURY TIE-BREAK PROCEDURES: 4. (a) In the event of a tie in the combined votes of multi-member juries, the following set of rules outlines how the tie-break will be resolved: (i) The song which has received points from the greatest number of jury members will be deemed the winner of the tie. For example, take the following scenario.... Songs A, B, and C each received a combined score of 10 points after the results of each national jury member were combined and calculated. Song A received a single score of 10 points from one jury member, Song B received scores of 7 points and 3 points from two separate jury members and Song C received scores of 5 points, 3 points and 2 points from 3 separate jury members. All three songs received a total of 10 points, however, Song C is deemed to be the winner of the tie because a greater number of jury members voted for that song (3 members in this case). (ii) If the songs remain deadlocked after 4 (a) (i), the song which received the highest value score from an individual jury member will be deemed the winner of the tie. For example, take the following scenario.... Song A and Song B each received a combined score of 14 points after the results of each national jury member were combined and calculated. Song A received scores of 8+6 points while Song B received scores of 7+7 points. Song A will be deemed the winner of that tie since that song received a score of higher value (8 points) from one of the national jury members. (iii) If the songs remain deadlocked after 4 (a) (i) and (ii), jury members from that national jury who did not award any votes to any of the songs involved in the tie-break will be asked to break the tie. This tie-break rule can only ever be used to break ties in juries of 3 members or more and ONLY if there is a jury member who did not vote for any of the songs involved in the tie-break. (iv) After the procedures 4 (a) (i), (ii) and (iii) have been carried out, all outstanding ties within the votes of a national jury shall be resolved by carrying out a single random draw. The nature of this random draw shall be as follows: The names of each national jury member will be entered into a draw. Each name will be drawn. The first jury member drawn will be awarded the right to break the unresolved tie of highest value. The second jury member drawn will be awarded the right to break the unresolved tie of the second highest value. For example, take the following scenario.... there are two members of National Jury X. After the votes of User A and User B are combined and calculated the following situation arises: COUNTRY (Total points) -> Combined value Country A (24 points) -> 12 points Country B (21 points) -> 11 or 10 points Country C (21 points) -> 11 or 10 points Country D (18 points) -> 9 points Country E (16 points) -> 8 points Country F (13 points) -> 7 or 6 points Country G (13 points) -> 7 or 6 points Country H (10 points) -> 5 points Country I (7 points) -> 4 or 3 points County J (7 points) -> 4 or 3 points Country K (4 points) -> 2 points Country L (1 point) -> 1 or 0 points County M (1 point) -> 1 or 0 points Those highlighted in red text are those ties which could not be resolved by 4 (a) (i), (ii) or (iii). As a result of the random draw, User A was drawn first, meaning that user will be given the right to break the unresolved tie of the highest value (the tie between Country B and C for 11 or 10 points). User B was drawn second meaning that user will be given the right to break the unresolved tie of the second highest value (the tie between Country F and G for 7 or 6 points). The order will then be reversed so that User B will be given the right to break the unresolved tie of the third highest value (the tie between Country I and J for 4 or 3 points). User A will finally be given to break the unresolved tie of the fourth highest value (the tie between Country L and M for 1 or 0 points. This procedure to break the unresolved ties will be used for national juries of any number with the first user drawn being given the right to break the unresolved tie of the highest value, the second user drawn being given the right to break the unresolved tie of the second highest value, third user the third highest tie, etc. reversing the order if need be when the order has completed one cycle. However, it should be noted that unresolved tie-breaks which require random draws will occur mostly in two-member juries since national juries with 3 or more members will likely resolve all ties through 4 (a) (i), (ii) or (iii). SECTION 5 - OVERALL SCOREBOARD TIE-BREAK PROCEDURES: 5. (a) In the event of a tie in the overall scoreboard between two or more nations, the following set of rules outlines how the tie-break will be resolved: (i) The nation which has received points from the greatest number of National Juries will be deemed the winner of the tie. (ii) If there is still a tie after 5 (a) (i), the nation which has received the greatest number of 12 points will be deemed the winner of the tie. (iii) If there is still a tie after 5 (a) (i), (ii), the nation which has received the greatest number of 11 points will be deemed the winner of the tie. If the tie remains deadlocked, the process will continue by counting the number of 10 points each nation received, 9 points, 8 points, and so on until the tie-break can be resolved. 5. (b) If there is still a tie in the overall scoreboard between two or more nations after 5 (a) (i), (ii) and (iii) have been implemented, those nations shall be deemed to have tied for position in the overall scoreboard. SECTION 6 - CONDUCT AND RESPONSIBILITY OF PARTICIPANTS: 6. (a) Participating users shall be respectful of the song choice of all nations once they fulfill all of the necessary eligibility requirements. 6. (b) Participating users must not reveal or give any indication as to their preferences or voting choices at any stage before the official announcement of the votes during the Grand Final. 6. (c) Participating users must not discuss private voting procedures with other members so as to ensure fairness is always in play and to ensure any suspense during the Grand Final is kept intact. 6. (d) Participating users must be respectful when posting and discussing with other members on the Totallympics International Song Contest Thread. 6. (e) If foul play is detected with respect to 6 (a), (b), (c) or (d) at any stage before, during or after the contest, the TISC organising committee reserves the right to place the participation or result of that nation under review. SECTION 7 - HOSTING DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 7. (a) The host organisation must allow a minimum of 3 weeks from the opening date for the national selection and the deadline to submit an entry. This is to give users enough time to see the thread, consider song and artist choices and submit their entries. 7. (b) The host organisation must allow a minimum of 2 weeks for National Juries to submit their votes during the National Jury voting phase. This is to allow jury members enough time to consider each song carefully before casting their votes. 7. (c) The host organiser(s) must submit their votes in advance of receiving votes from other National Juries by private message. The votes of the host(s) should be sent by private message to a neutral party after the national selection window has passed and before the national jury voting phase begins. 7. (d) The host organiser(s) must abide by the same rules that govern the participation of users in the Totallympics International Song Contest as outlined in Section 6. SECTION 8 - FUTURE HOSTING RIGHTS: 8. (a) Upon completion of the relevant song contest, the winning nation will automatically be awarded the rights to host the subsequent Totallympics International Song Contest 1 year later. 8. (b) If the winning nation wishes to decline the hosting duties, a discussion will be raised in the relevant TISC thread to discuss hosting options and allowing users to put forward their bid to become the next hosts.
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    Tunisia will host at the end of this year, the thread for the spring contest will open within the next 2 weeks!
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    Oh, this game have a finish Congrats and good luck @amen09
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    It's a bit strange feeling cause I don't really know Tunisian users here. Moreover, hckosice played for them from first to last turn. But hey, congrats.
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    Ladies and Gentlemen the battle for the Golden Ticket has come down to this. Canada and Tunisia, both with 6 keys each. One of them has the correct coloured key that opens the treasure chest containing the Golden Ticket. I will ask them to to take turns choosing one of their 6 keys and after each choice I will reveal the numbered chest that key corresponds to. It's a tense situation but it had to be! The very best of luck to both our contestants. We will begin with Canada, as the highest ranked nation at the previous TISC, to make their first choice of key Canada Tunisia 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
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    So I returned here to check the winner... guess I will have to wait until tomorrow haha
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    I must've given @hckosice the insane luck I got on Wednesday or something I wouldn't be surprised anymore if he gives Tunisia the W
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    It's Séamus himself!! Good news for you, Séamus will now protect all of your keys from any potential robbers! Now don't be giving him booze, he's had enough of that for the past 4 days, sitting around the grids doing nothing Canada now.... Canada x x United States x x x x x x x Tunisia x Algeria x x x x x x x New Zealand x x x x x x x GRIDLOCK x x x Miss your next turn x x 14 Miss your next turn Have another go x x x x 24 x 26 x Have another go x x Have another go x x x Miss your next turn x x 52 54 x 56 x 58 x 61 x Have another go x
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    How guys you do to pick those penguins ? I can´t pick a single one and I´m playing it 4th day
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    Turqoise was already in and hands... I sense an aura about it.
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    Ok so in advance of tomorrow's Final I decided to post some details on the format. The 5 contestants will again engage in a battle of Gridlock but rules will be slightly amended for this 5-way showdown. The grid system consists of an 8x8 grid of 64 squares, similar to the the grid in the Heats. Players will take turns revealing tiles from the grid in the same way as before. Play will begin with the highest placed finisher at TISC Open 2016, i.e. the United States, and continue with the next highest finisher and so on. So the order will be and finally The format will be slightly different from the Heats in that when a player collects a key, they do not use it to open a chest immediately. No chests will be opened until grid play is complete. Grid play is deemed to be complete when all 12 keys have been collected. When the 12th and final key has been revealed, grid play immediately comes to an end and all players in possession of at least one key will advance to the Final stage, the opening of the chests. There will be special tiles added to the grid which will enable users to steal keys from their opponents. So collecting a key does not guarantee that you will keep the key. However, players will keep all keys in their possession at the close of grid play. Therefore, in order to avoid elimination, players must be in possession of at least one key at the end of gridplay. Any player without a key at this stage will be eliminated from the competition. As with the heats, the pesky penguins have infiltrated the grid system and have hidden themselves away in an attempt to sabotage the bidding process. If a player collects 3 penguins they will be eliminated from the competition. Séamus once again has hidden himself away in the grid and will grant good fortune to the player who finds him. With a wave of his shamrock wand will he wipe away any penguins collected by that player thus far and not only that, the player who finds Séamus will have immunity from the key stealing process. So any keys that player holds at the time they find Séamus will be secure as will any keys they collect thereafter. He can only wipe away penguins once though so any penguins collected by that player afterwards sticks with them. So there will be 12 coloured keys hidden in the grid. Each of those keys will be attributed to one of the 12 treasure chests, one of which will hold the illustrious Golden Ticket. So the more keys a player collects during grid play, the more chances they have of claiming the prize at the end of proceedings. Players beware, although there were only 8 penguins present in each of the grids in the Heats, as many as 11 penguins have burrowed inside the system for the Final grid. Should a player be eliminated by a penguin, the keys they collected will be distributed as evenly as possible between the other players, beginning with the highest-placed finisher at TISC Open 2016 and working down through the rankings. If another player is eliminated after that, the keys will be divided evenly, starting with where the previous key-sharing order ended. So one key might be all a player needs to get their hands on the Golden Ticket if luck is with them. One of those coloured keys will be the lucky one that opens the treasure chest containing the Golden Ticket. Whoever holds that key at the end of grid play will be destined to open the lucky chest. Of course, there is no way of knowing which key will be the lucky one Canada x x United States x x Tunisia x x Algeria x x New Zealand x x 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
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    TISC Open 2017 - Host Candidates: Official Bids: Algeria Canada Croatia Mexico New Zealand Poland Serbia Tunisia United States
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    Good! Although that video they showed in this contest, from the Noble prize in 2015, is absolutelly brilliant! Great choice @tuniscof and @amen09!! (i think I never had the opportunity to say this )
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    Hi, everybody! Finally I took time to watch complete contest. Firstly would like to congratulate Ireland on another victory. Well done, Dan. Next I would like to apologize for casting my votes in a hurry. I was commentating women's volleyball match (Dinamo Krasnodar-Vizura Beograd) on TV, that is why I tried to hurry with my voting procedure during break between first and second set. Another wonderful contest is behind us, thank you so much, Werloc for excellent organization, thanks heywoodu and dcro for all stats, and of course, a big thank you to all who voted for our song: 12 - Who else could award Slovania with douze points than our very own Slavic friends. 8 - That was quite a surprise for me, thank you very much. 7 - Thank you, bestmen, your song was close to get points from me, but as you know, you already got points from Slovenia in previous occasions. 3 - 1 - My expectactions were to be in top 20, but nevertheless, 29th place means we beat a couple of nations, and what is most important, we ended in very nice company. I will publish special table very shortly with results, made in Eurovision style (with no 11 or 9 points, only top 10 nations get points). So, once again, congratulations to host and to winner, and we will see you all in UK next year !
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    Winter is already coming to Lithuania, but the TISC delegations are leaving. Also, shout out to Algeria that are stuck in Estonia. Safe travels everyone and let's meet at Great Britain in 2017!
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    Before saying goodbye to everyone, there is a surprise waiting for you and it was prepared by uk12points. Great Britain is getting ready to welcome everyone to TISC Annual 2017 Hand over to the next hosts Whilst the Totallympics International Song Contest 2016 may be coming to an end, the Totallympics Annual International Song Contest 2017 is just around the corner. So to get everyone excited for the next contest here is a promo video inviting Totallympics to 'Come with us' to Great Britain for the 2017 Contest!