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  1. The TISC Annual 2017 thread will likely be opened by early February
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  2. 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
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  3. tuniscof

    [PREDICTION CONTESTS] Discussion Thread 2016

    is now open
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  4. Jesse_Pinkman)

    Serbia National Thread

    Ja se nadam da ce je pozvati jer ako bi ona htela da igra sigurno hoce i Sanja Steta sto Dragana ne zeli vise da igra za reprezentaciju, tj. za Srbiju posto verujem da su je Crnogorci vec pridobili
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  5. dcro

    Cross-Country Skiing 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    The top-300 period. Having two racers per gender at the Olympics is not an easy task. Lithuania for example was allowed to have only 1 per gender in Sochi, and they do have some tradition in both cross-country and biathlon. Spain was allowed to have only one female racer even though they had Laura Orgue at the time, and she was even capable of getting top 30 finishes at WC level.
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  6. dcro

    Cross-Country Skiing 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Their presumption is so wrong, very optimistic in fact. Looking at Mourao's results, she is way above the maximum of 100 FIS points which are required for "A" standard. This basically means that, as of today, Brazil will only be allowed to send one female racer who will be allowed to start in only one race (either 10km free or sprint classic). To get an "A" standard her average of distance FIS points has to be under 100. And having one "A" standard does not guarantee the second quota. "A" standard merely allows the racer to start in all of the individual events. Having two athletes requires both of them having an "A" standard AND one of them being inside the top 300 on the Olympic FIS points list (distance or sprint). If the rules were as generous as Brazilians think, then even the exotic likes of Mongolia and Iran would be able to have two female racers.
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  7. hckosice

    Ski Jumping 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Kamil Stoch unbeatable in front of the home crowd About a week after his triumph at 4-Hills-Tournament, Kamil Stoch of Poland won the first of two Ski Jumping World Cups in Wisla (POL). Stoch took the win with jumps of 133 m and 124 m (268.0 points), clearly ahead of Austria's Stefan Kraft (133 m and 117 m; 251.7 points) and Andreas Wellinger of Germany (127.5 m and 120.5 m; 249.1 points). With this win Stoch also took the lead in the overall World Cup. Stoch takes yellow bib "I didn't know that I had such a big lead over Stefan Kraft. I have chronic knee problems, sometimes it's better and sometimes I feel the pain, like yesterday. Today it was okay and so I could show two good jumps. It's nice to wear the yellow bib. This is the result of my hard work and it's also a challenge to defend it and continue to jump well", the winner said after the competition. Second-placed Austrian Stefan Kraft was within striking distance to Stoch after the first round, but with only 117 m in the final he had to be satisfied with finishing second. "I'm very satisfied with the result, it was a great competition. My first jump was very good, the second one was a bit late at the take-off. Today I had no chance to beat Kamil, he is in a great shape. After the 4-Hills-Tournament I wanted to be in the Top 10 again, now I'm on the podium. I feel strong again and want to fight for the podium in every competition", Kraft was self-confident after the competition. Andreas Wellinger achieved his by far best result this season with the third place. "It was a long way for me. I took it step by step over the past four or five weeks. Today I felt good and made my best jumps, especially in the final round. It's great to be on the podium. I really like Poland, especially this hill here in Wisla. The fans are great and always help us to jump far", said Wellinger. Norway's Daniel Andre Tande came in fourth, only 0.5 points ahead of Slovenia's Domen Prevc and Austrian Manuel Fettner. Michael Hayboeck, third after the first round, finished eighth overall. The ski of Slovene Cene Prevc provided a short moment of shock. Prevc lost a ski when he got ready for his jump and it went all the way down the hill. FIS Race Director Walter Hofer himself took the ski up to the start again and Cene Prevc was allowed to jump later then planned. The Slovene came in 26th. Austria's Gregor Schlierenzauer closely missed the final in 31st. "My jump in this round was just not that good at the take-off. The inrun speed is really low, the field is extremely tight, you just can't make any mistakes", Schlierenzauer explained the 31st place in his comeback event. Besides Schlierenzauer, Norwegian Johann Andre Forfang also failed to make the cut for the final of the best 30. Kamil Stoch (POL / 733 points) now leads the overall World Cup ahead of Domen Prevc (SLO / 691 points) and Norway's Daniel Andre Tande (687 points). The team of Poland leads in the Nations Cup (2228 points), followed by Austria (2098 points) and Germany (1919 points). Full Results Here
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  8. rybak

    Tennis 2017 Discussion Thread

    This week winners: Hobart Sydney Auckland Sydney
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  9. intoronto

    Ice Hockey 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    4 time Olympic Champion and probably one of the greatest female hockey players of all time Hayley Wickenheiser announced her retirement
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  10. Federer91

    Alpine Skiing 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Not for a downhill
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  12. hckosice

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    will try
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  13. heywoodu

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    I am 100% certain Gabi will be there and 99,99% Caio will be there as well. It's their last year as juniors and the federation wants to give them as many chances to compete as possible, so after these two IBU Cups they're going back in the IBU Junior Cup (Pokljuka) and then on to the JYWCH In between they'll very likely be in the Junior Open European Championships in Nove Mesto as well.
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  14. heywoodu

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    I will as soon as they come back to my room after dinner
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  15. hckosice

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Give them greetings from their totallympics fanclub
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  16. heywoodu

    Biathlon 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

    Cool to see a Brazilian flag at the track all the time (at the end of the lap)
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