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  1. Slalom Canoeing ICF World Championships 2017

    The last training session of SVK team Apparently everything is ready and very well prepared, so lets go from tomorrow Some pictures from the opening ceremony https://www.facebook.com/pg/paucanoe/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1637518456320788
  2. Slalom Canoeing ICF World Championships 2017 Pau (FRA) - 26 September 2017 - 1 October 2017 Totallympics Results Thread
  3. Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017

    Peter is a absolute star here, Even in our football national championship match Žilina - Slovan yesterday the fans celebrated his success
  4. Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017 Bergen (NOR) - 17 September 2017 - 24 September 2017 Totallympics Results Thread
  5. Olympic schedule released Games set for men’s, women’s tournaments The dates and matchups for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games ice hockey events have been set with the release of both the men’s and women’s tournament schedules. The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, officially kick off with the Opening Ceremony on 9th February. The games for the men’s and women’s tournaments will be split up between the newly-constructed Gangneung Hockey Centre, which can hold up ot 10,000 spectators, and the 6,000 capacity Kwandong Hockey Centre. The Gangneung arena will host the majority of the men’s hockey games, as well as both gold medal games. The Kwandong arena will house all the women’s games with the exception of the semi-finals and the final. The puck drops on the first ice hockey game at PyeongChang 2018 on 10 February, with a women’s game between Japan and Sweden, set for 16:40 local time (GMT+9) at the Kwandong Hockey Centre. Tournament hosts Korea follow up with an evening game against Switzerland at 21:10. 2014 gold medallist Canada’s women’s national team will play its first game on 11 February, taking on Russia. They will close out the preliminary round against their perennial rivals the United States on 15 February. Team USA will come into the Olympic tournament as the favourites, having won every IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship since losing to Canada in a thrilling overtime gold medal final at Sochi 2014. The women’s gold medal game is scheduled for 22 February at 13:10 at the Guangneung Hockey Centre. The bronze medal game happens the day before at 16:40 in Kwandong. Click below to access the full schedule for men´s tournament: Womens Tournament Schedule and Results
  6. Women's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games 2018 PyeongChang (KOR) - 10 February 2018 - 22 February 2018 Totallympics Results Thread
  7. Debuting Nations TBD Returning Nations (Not Participating in Sochi 2014) TBD ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Totallympics Picks to follow Afghanistan (Alpine Skiing) Algeria (Figure Skating, Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing) Barbados (Freestyle Skiing) Bolivia (Alpine Skiing) Colombia (Speed Skating, Alpine Skiing) Costa Rica (Freestyle Skiing) Ecuador (Cross-Country Skiing) Egypt (Cross-Country Skiing) Eritrea (Alpine Skiing) Ghana (Skeleton) Haiti (Alpine Skiing) Indonesia (Short Track Speed Skating) Kenya (Alpine Skiing) Kosovo (Alpine Skiing) Madagascar (Alpine Skiing) Malaysia (Figure Skating, Alpine Skiing) Nigeria (Bobsleigh) North Korea (Figure Skating, Speed Skating, Short Track Speed Skating) Puerto Rico (Alpine Skiing) Qatar (Short Track Speed Skating, Curling) Senegal (Alpine Skiing) Singapore (Short Track Speed Skating, Figure Skating) South Africa (Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding) Sri Lanka (Cross-Country Skiing, Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Snowboarding) Trinidad and Tobago (Cross-Country Skiing) Uganda (Snowboarding) United Arab Emirates (Figure Skating) Uruguay (Alpine Skiing) Vietnam (Alpine Skiing)
  8. Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games 2018 PyeongChang (KOR) - 14 February 2018 - 25 February 2018 Totallympics Results Thread
  9. Olympic schedule released Games set for men’s, women’s tournaments The dates and matchups for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games ice hockey events have been set with the release of both the men’s and women’s tournament schedules. The Winter Olympic Games, to be held in PyeongChang, South Korea, officially kicks off with the Opening Ceremony on 9th February. The men’s and women’s tournament games will be split up between the newly-constructed Gangneung Hockey Centre, which can hold up ot 10,000 spectators, and the 6,000 capacity Kwandong Hockey Centre. The Gangneung arena will host the majority of the men’s hockey games, as well as both gold medal games. Kwandong arena will house all the women’s games with the exception of the semi-finals and the final. The men’s tournament will open a few days after the women’s event, beginning on 14 February with two Group B matchups: Slovakia versus Russia and USA versus Slovenia, both happening at 21:10 in the Gangneung and Kwandong Hockey Centres respectively. 2014 bronze medallists Finland take on Germany on Day 2 of the men’s tournament. Korea’s men’s national team, which along with the women’s team will make its first-ever appearance on Olympic ice, faces the Czech Republic in its tournament opener on the same day. Team Canada, also defending champions in the men’s category, opens the men’s event against Switzerland. 2017 IIHf Ice Hockey World Champions Sweden get their Olympic campaign started on the same day with a Group C game against Norway. As in past Olympics, the Games will close out with the men’s tournament gold medal game, taking on the final day of competition on 25 February at 13:10 local time, preceded by the bronze medal game the day before at 21:10. Click below to access the full schedule for men´s tournament: Mens Tournament Schedule and Results
  10. Winter Olympic Games 2018 News

    The Ice Hockey schedules FINALLY Released Slovak Team preliminary round program is finally officially known, we will start the St. Valentines Day Wednesday 14th February against Russia at 21:10 local time (13:10 our time) in the bigger arena Gangneung Hockey Center, Two days later on Friday 16th February in the same venue we will face the USA at 12:10 local Time (04:10 our Time), the last preliminary round game against Slovenia will be played the next day Saturday 17th February at 21:10 local Time (13:10 our time) this time in the smaller arena Kwandong Hockey Center.
  11. Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017

    Norwegian television at least they played the right anthem...
  12. Slovakia National Thread|PyeongChang 2018

    ROAD TO TOKYO 2020 Slovak World Championships medals in Olympic Events Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017 Bergen (NOR) - 17 September 2017 - 24 September 2017 Peter Sagan to dokázal, zlatý hetrik je doma Slovenský cyklista píše históriu tretím titulom majstrom sveta v rade Peter Sagan obhájil v nórskom Bergene titul svetového šampióna v cestnej cyklistike. Slovenský reprezentant, ktorý vlani triumfoval v Dauhe a rok predtým ovládol preteky v americkom Richmonde, zvíťazil v záverečnom špurte nedeľňajších pretekov s hromadným štartom. Sagan tak prepísal štatistiky, keď ako prvý v histórii zvíťazili na svetovom šampionáte trikrát za sebou. Sagan špurtoval o zlato s domácim Alexandrom Kristoffom, ktorého zdolal len o pár centimetrov. Bronzovú priečku obsadil Michael Matthews z Austrálie. Tretí titul venoval svojej rodine, kamarátom a aj Michelemu Scarponimu, ktorý zomrel tento rok v apríli pri tréningu po zrážke s autom. "Toto víťazstvo chcem venovať mojej manželke, s ktorou čakáme dieťa. Zároveň aj Michelemu Scarponimu, ktorý by mal v pondelok narodeniny. Je to smutný príbeh," dodal P. Sagan. Z ďalšej pätice Slovákov preťal cieľ už len jeho brat Juraj na 46. mieste s mankom 2:32 minúty. Michael Kolář, Erik Baška, Marek Čanecký ani Patrik Tybor preteky nedokončili, no mohli sa radovať z obrovského tímového úspechu. Na 267,5 km dlhú trať z Rongu do Bergenu sa vydalo dokopy 196 cyklistov zo 44 krajín, medzi nimi aj šestica Slovákov na čele s obhajcom P. Saganom. Dvadsaťsedemročný pretekár sa mohol oprieť o podporu doterajších "majstrovských" kolegov brata Juraja Sagana a Michaela Kolářa, ku ktorým pribudli aj tretí spolujazdec zo stajne Bora-Hansgrohe Erik Baška a Marek Čanecký (Amplatz-BMC) s Patrikom Tyborom (Dukla Banská Bystrica). Najväčšie zastúpenie v štartovom poli mali tradičné "galuskové" veľmoci Španielsko, Veľká Británia, Belgicko, Taliansko či domáce Nórsko, ktoré do pretekov mohli nominovať až deviatich pretekárov. Organizátori MS pripravili v Bergene a na okolitých ostrovoch západného Nórska klasikársku trať s dĺžkou 267,5 km. Štart bol v meste Rong, odtiaľ nasledovala 39,5 km dlhá tranzitná časť do hlavného dejiska, počas ktorej pelotón prešiel mostmi Rognesund a Sotra. Potom sa cyklisti dostali do Bergenu, kde si najprv odkrútili 17,9 km dlhý úsek a potom už jedenásť okruhov s dĺžkou 19,1 km v meste. Okruh sa začínal rovinkou v tuneli, po dvoch kilometroch prišlo na rad prvé z troch stúpaní na Solheimsviken. Asi päť kilometrov po ňom nasledoval ďalší kopec s dĺžkou jeden kilometer a priemerným sklonom 5%. Hlavné stúpanie prišlo na rad o niečo neskôr na Salmon Hill, kopec má dĺžku 1,4 km a priemerný sklon 6,5%. Po nie príliš technickom zjazde nasledoval v druhej polovici okruhu rovinatý profil trate. Už na prvých kilometroch sa od pelotónu odtrhla desiatka jazdcov - Willem Jakobus Smit (JAR), Alexey Vermeulen (USA), Matti Manninen (Fín.), Kim Magnusson (Švéd.), Andrey Amador (Kostarika), Conor Dunne (Ír.), Sean McKenna (Ír.), Elčin Asadov (Azer.), Eugert Zhupa (Alb.) a Salaheddine Mraouni (Mar.). Pelotón ich nechal odísť a vedúca skupinka si postupne vybudovala až desaťminútový náskok. Situácia sa príliš nemenila ani po 70 km. Na čele pelotónu sa postupne zoradili Česi a Belgičania, ktorí zvýšili tempo a začali stíhať unikajúcich jazdcov. Deväť okruhov do konca sa náskok "utečencov" scvrkol na šesť minút. Slováci jazdili pokojne v strede pelotónu. Šesť kôl pred koncom to boli už len tri minúty k dobru pre vedúcu skupinu, ktorá sa scvrkla na šesť cyklistov a ich dobrodružstvo sa skončilo 80 km pred cieľom. Štyri kolá pred koncom zaútočil na "lososom kopci" Rakúšan Marco Haller, k nemu sa pridal Belgičan Tim Wellens a šesť ďalších pretekárov, ktorí si vypracovali náskok až 40 sekúnd. Hlavné pole ich však ďalej nepustilo, na jeho čele sa pridali aj Francúzi a Poliaci a poriadne zvýšili tempo. Medzitým prišlo k niekoľkým pádom, na zemi sa ocitli napríklad Tejay van Garderen, Gianni Moscon či Sebastian Henao. Na predposlednom prejazde Salmon Hillom zaútočil víťaz tímovej i individuálnej časovky Tom Dumoulin z Holandska, na jeho atak však ostatní jazdci stihli odpovedať. Asi 30 km pred koncom sa rozlúčil s pretekmi Baška a s Petrom Saganom ostal v skupine favoritov už len jeho brat Juraj. Hlavné pole dobehlo vedúcu skupinu 25 km pred koncom. Sedemnásť kilometrov pred cieľom jazdil J. Sagan na čele pelotónu a podieľal sa na tempe, jeho brat sa jazdil na bezpečnej pozícii vpredu. V poslednom kole sa o únik pokúsili Sebastian Langeveld (Hol.) a Paul Martens (Nem.), a po nich na záverečnom prejazde Salmon Hillu aj Francúz Tony Gallopin. Ich nástupy však nevyšli. Náskok si vypracoval druhý Francúz Julian Alaphilippe, ktorého na zjazde dobehol Gianni Moscon. Talian predviedol výborný výkon, keď sa po páde dokázal vrátiť do hlavnej skupiny a dokonca sa dostal do úniku. Dvojica mala osem kilometrov pred koncom náskok desať sekúnd pred skupinou prenasledovateľov, v ktorej boli napríklad Belgičania Greg van Avermaet a Philippe Gilbert, Austrálčan Michael Matthews i P. Sagan. Za dvojicou sa vydali Bielorus Vasiľ Kirjienka a Rakúšan Lukas Pöstlberger. Hlavná skupina si však situáciu postrážila a na posledný kilometer prišla pokope. Sagan mal výbornú pozíciu a bojoval o víťazný hetrik. V záverečnom špurte vyrazil dopredu a na páske zdolal domáceho Kristoffa. Ján Valach, tréner slovenského tímu /zdroj: TASR/: "Bolo to náročné, ja som tu už desať dní, chalani poprichádzali postupe. Prípravy prebehli dobre, to, čo sme si povedali, chalani splnili perfektne. Taktika a preteky sa vyvinuli tak, ako sme predpokladali. Vedeli sme, že musíme byť pripravení. Peter bol vždy tam, kde bolo treba, bol schovaný a nenápadný. Vedeli sme, že to budú nervy do posledných metrov a že to bude o trpezlivosti. Nakoniec zvíťazil Peter a my sme šťastní." O rok sa svetový šampionát v cestnej cyklistike uskutoční v rakúskom Innsbrucku. "Som veľmi rád, že sa mi podarilo vyhrať. Je to neskutočné. Kristoff súťažil doma, takže je mi ho trochu ľúto, ale ja som veľmi šťastný, že som vyhral. Pred pretekmi bolo ťažké povedať, kde sa rozhodne. Pri poslednom prejazde tým kopcom bol pelotón rozdelený na niekoľko častí. Chcem sa poďakovať všetkým fanúšikom, že tu zase spravili riadny ošiaľ. Tiež celému tímu, pretekárom, mechanikom, manažérom. V nedeľu to bolo vydarené a opäť sme ukázali, ako sa jazdí vo svete. Boli to najťažšie majstrovstvá, aké som vyhral," povedal Sagan v rozhovore pre RTVS. Majstrovstvá sveta v cestnej cyklistike v Bergene (Nór.) /267,5 km/ - kat. elite: 1. Peter Sagan (SR) 6:28:11 h, 2. Alexander Kristoff (Nór.), 3. Michael Matthews (Aus.), 4. Matteo Trentin (Tal.), 5. Ben Swift (V. Brit.), 6. Greg van Avermaet (Belg.), 7. Michael Albasini (Švaj.), 8. Fernando Gaviria (Kol.), 9. Alexej Lucenko (Kaz,), 10. Julian Alaphilippe (Fr.) všetci rovnaký čas ako víťaz ...46. Juraj Sagan +2:32 ...Patrik Tybor, Michael Kolář, Marek Čanecký, Erik Baška - nedokončili
  13. SLOVAK OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SLOVENSKÝ OLYMPIJSKÝ VÝBOR Founded : 20.01.1993 President of NOC : Mr. Anton SIEKEL SLOVAK REPUBLIC - SLOVENSKÁ REPUBLIKA Date of Independence : 01.01.1993 Capital City : Bratislava Official Language : Slovak National Anthem : Nad Tatrou sa blýska OLYMPIC MEDALS SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES GAMES GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL ATLANTA 1996 1 1 1 3 SYDNEY 2000 1 3 1 5 ATHENS 2004 2 2 2 6 BEIJING 2008 3 3 0 6 LONDON 2012 0 1 3 4 RIO DE JANEIRO 2016 2 2 0 4 RIO DE JANEIRO 2016 GOLD: PETER ŠKANTÁR/LADISLAV ŠKANTÁR (CANOEING SLALOM, C2 M) MATEJ TÓTH (ATHLETICS, 50km RACE WALK M) SILVER : MATEJ BEŇUŠ (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) DENIS MYŠÁK/ERIK VLČEK/JURAJ TARR/TIBOR LINKA (CANOEING SPRINT, K4-1000m M) LONDON 2012 SILVER : ZUZANA ŠTEFEČEKOVÁ (SHOOTING, TRAP W) BRONZE : PETER HOCHSCHORNER/PAVOL HOCHSCHORNER (CANOEING SLALOM, C2 M) MICHAL MARTIKÁN (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) DANKA BARTEKOVÁ (SHOOTING, SKEET W) BEIJING 2008 GOLD : PAVOL HOCHSCHORNER/PETER HOCHSCHORNER (CANOEING SLALOM, C2 M) MICHAL MARTIKÁN (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) ELENA KALISKÁ (CANOEING SLALOM, K1 W) SILVER : ZUZANA ŠTEFEČEKOVÁ (SHOOTING, TRAP W) MICHAL RISZDORFER/RICHARD RISZDORFER/ERIK VLČEK/JURAJ TARR (CANOEING SPRINT, K4-1000m M) DAVID MUSULBES (GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING, -120Kg M) ATHENS 2004 GOLD : PAVOL HOCHSCHORNER/PETER HOCHSCHORNER (CANOEING SLALOM, C2 M) ELENA KALISKÁ (CANOEING SLALOM, K1 W) SILVER : MICHAL MARTIKÁN (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) JOZEF KRNÁČ (JUDO, -66kg W) BRONZE : JOZEF GONCI (SHOOTING, AIR RIFLE M) JURAJ BAČA/MICHAL RISZDORFER/RICHARD RISZDORFER/ERIK VLČEK (CANOEING SPRINT, K4-1000m M) SYDNEY 2000 GOLD : PAVOL HOCHSCHORNER/PETER HOCHSCHORNER (CANOEING SLALOM, C2 M) SILVER : MICHAL MARTIKÁN (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) MARTINA MORAVCOVÁ (SWIMMING, 200m FREESTYLE W) MARTINA MORAVCOVÁ (SWIMMING, 100m BUTTERFLY W) BRONZE : JURAJ MINČÍK (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) ATLANTA 1996 GOLD : MICHAL MARTIKÁN (CANOEING SLALOM, C1 M) SILVER : SLAVOMÍR KŇAZOVICKÝ (CANOEING SPRINT, C1-500m M) BRONZE : JOZEF GONCI (SHOOTING, 50m RIFLE PRONE M) WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES GAMES GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL LILLEHAMMER 1994 0 0 0 0 NAGANO 1998 0 0 0 0 SALT LAKE CITY 2002 0 0 0 0 TORINO 2006 0 1 0 1 VANCOUVER 2010 1 1 1 3 SOCHI 2014 1 0 0 1 SOCHI 2014 GOLD : ANASTASIYA KUZMINA (BIATHLON, 7.5km SPRINT W) VANCOUVER 2010 GOLD : ANASTASIYA KUZMINA (BIATHLON, 7.5km SPRINT W) SILVER : ANASTASIYA KUZMINA (BIATHLON, 10km PURSUIT W) BRONZE : PAVOL HURAJT (BIATHLON, 15km MASS START M) TORINO 2006 SILVER : RADOSLAV ŽIDEK (SNOWBOARDING, SNOWBOARDCROSS M)
  14. Rowing FISA World Championships 2017

    Team Slovakia Mens Lukáš BABAČ (Lightweight Single Scull)
  15. Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017

    Haha nice well at least someone is doing some positive worldwide advertising for this country
  16. Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017

    and as each year the podium ofc
  17. Road Cycling UCI World Championships 2017

    I missed the race because of playing hockey with my friends, but suddenly when we heard a huge explosion of Huraaah all over the city we immediately knew what happened and stopped to play and started to celebrated Peťo Maestro !!! wow, 3 times in a row..c´mon ! Legend ! our future president last km in Slovak TV
  18. Slalom Canoeing ICF World Championships 2017

    Team Slovakia Mens C1 Matej BEŇUŠ (Individual + Team) Alexander SLAFKOVSKÝ (Individual + Team) Michal MARTIKÁN (Individual + Team) C2 Ladislav ŠKANTÁR/Peter ŠKANTÁR (Individual + Team) Tomáš KUČERA/Ján BÁTIK (Individual + Team) Pavol HOCHSCHORNER/Peter HOCHSCHORNER (Individual + Team) K1 Martin HALČIN (Individual + Team) Jakub GRIGAR (Individual + Team) Andrej MÁLEK (Individual + Team) Womens C1 Monika ŠKÁCHOVÁ (Individual + Team) Simona GLEJTEKOVÁ (Individual + Team) Simona MACEKOVÁ (Individual + Team) K1 Jana DUKÁTOVÁ (Individual + Team) Eliška MINTÁLOVÁ (Individual + Team) Elena KALISKÁ (Individual + Team)
  19. Ice Hockey Tournament at Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1936 The 1936 Olympic Champions, Great Britain Ice Hockey team composed of one player born in Canada, In overall nine players grew up in Canada, and eleven of the thirteen had played previously in Canada The 1936 Winter Olympics ice hockey tournament was held from 6th to 16th February 1936 at the Olympic Stadium and at the Lake Riessersee in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. The tournament was also counted as the 10th World Championship and the 21st European Ice Hockey Championship. The tournament was attended by fifteen teams, and finished by a huge upset. The Olympic, World and European titles unexpectedly went to Great Britain, who as the very first European team in history managed to win in a competition with both overseas teams competing. The tournament was contested on two ice rinks. Part of the tournament was played in a artificial ice of the newly build Olympic Stadium for 10 000 spectators and remaining matches on the frozen Lake Riessersee. The tournament was played in different format of three rounds, In the first one all teams were divided into four preliminary groups from which only the first two teams of each pool advanced to the second round the Semifinals groups. In this stage there were 2 Semifinals groups of four teams each one, and again the first two from both pools advanced to the final group. It was the British team who had been slightly advantaged in the first round in fact, since they were altogether with the Swedes the only teams playing in a only 3 teams group, after the withdraw of Yugoslavia they both had just to beat the Japanese to advance for the second stage. All other groups were composed by four teams. The most balanced group was the group C, where the Host Team of Germany and the United States team advanced both with equal amount of 4 points from 2 wins and 1 lose. But the USA team could call themselves really lucky because it was the Swiss who saved them from the absolute disaster and epic shame, The Swiss defeated Italy in the last day of the first round, but the Italians were too much tired in that game since only few hours before they played another huge match ending after the overtime with a sensational and historic win over the Americans 2-1. For the Swiss, however, this win against Italy 1-0 was the only one in the whole tournament, it was a big surprise to see the reigning European champions eliminated so early. In other hand The qualification for the semifinal round for the Canadians was much more easier, The top favorite won all 3 matches conceding only 3 goals and scoring 24. Only one team advanced from the preliminary round without conceding a single goal, it was the Czechoslovak team, which managed to win all 3 matches of the preliminary pool with a total score 10-0 beating Belgium 5-0, Hungary 3-0 and France 2-0. The team arrived to Germany with a quite older roster and after played only 1 preparation international match. The team leader Zadák a important figure in the structures of Sparta Prague, had to face a huge pressure especially from the players of the LTC Prague. The Medias again after eight years wrote that the team is composed only by the same faces and same old names, which refuse to let their places to new young talents. The complaints were especially about the Goaltender Peka, who finished in this tournament his incredible 23 years National Team career. The complaints increased, especially after the first defeat in the tournament suffered in the semifinal round with the USA 0-2, The team, however, won the next 2 games 4-1 over Sweden and 2-1 against Austria and advanced to the final-four. In this round, unfortunately the team did not scored a single goal losing 0-5 to Great Britain and 0-7 to Canada, the 0-2 result with the Americans was counted from the semifinal group, and finished last fourth. If the semifinal group B had a relatively clear outcome resulting in the easy qualification of the USA and ex-Czechoslovakia, the Semifinal group A was more tense and already in their first match the world hockey experienced a huge upset, Canada lost to Great Britain 1-2, in the next game the host Germany managed to draw with the GB team 1-1, a unexpected and new situation for the Canadians who was in a real danger to not qualify for the medal round, they had to win their last game against the hosts and they succeeded winning 6-2. Thus along with Czechoslovakia only the teams composed of players which gained experiences and raised in Canada advanced to the final round, CAN, USA and GBR. The format advantaged the Americans and Brits since the results from the semifinals round meets between GB and CAN and match between TCH and USA were counted and used in the medal round, so only a 0-0 draw between USA and Great Britain was enough for both teams to secure medals and for the Great Britain´s team to win the title, Canada winning both remaining matches against USA and Czechoslovakia, also assured at least the silver medals. 1936 Image after the match of Germany defeating Hungary, four years later the war puts the Olympic games and ideas on it´s knees... thankfully not for long time Rudi Ball of Germany was the only jew allowed by Hitler to play in the host team Final Ranking: 1. Great Britain 2. Canada 3. United States 4. Czechoslovakia --------------------------------------------------------------- 5. Germany - Eliminated in the Semifinal Round 5. Sweden - Eliminated in the Semifinal Round 7. Austria - Eliminated in the Semifinal Round 7. Hungary - Eliminated in the Semifinal Round ------------------------------------------------------------- 9. Italy - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round 9. France - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round 9. Japan - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round 9. Poland - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round 13. Belgium - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round 13. Latvia - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round 13. Switzerland - Eliminated in the Preliminary Round Ex-Czechoslovakian 1936 Ice Hockey team before their first match against Belgium at lake Riessersee
  20. Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2017

    in Slovak Entry POLEMIC - Komplikovaná (She is Complicated) No worries, Slovakia can not miss the best of best International song contests and is really glad to participate once again and already selected the song which will represent the beautiful country from under the majestic Tatras in the first TISC contested in a African soil, so let have a bit of Ska this time from SK(a) Polemic one the most famous Ska band from Bratislava will perform in Tunisia with their Komplikovaná song...hope you´ll enjoy and feel free to dance if you want...and yes, don´t even try to learn the lyrics by heart Lyrics SK Brilantne distingvovaná, z inertných sfér termicky vystresovaná, si kaskadér. Kauzálne symetrická, bázicky kubistická senzitívne hyperaktivovaná. Kto sa v tých slovách vyznať má prečo je komplikovaná chceš ju celú prečítať na pomoc slovník musíš brať. Kto sa v tých slovách vyznať má prečo je komplikovaná chceš ju celú prečítať na pomoc slovník musíš brať. Metodicky fiktívna, impulzívna goniometricky implikovaná. Geniálne empirická, staticky kinetická hermeticky hospitalizovaná. Kto sa v tých slovách vyznať má prečo je komplikovaná chceš ju celú prečítať na pomoc slovník musíš brať. Kto sa v tých slovách vyznať má prečo je komplikovaná chceš ju celú prečítať na pomoc slovník musíš brať. Prognóza disonancie je formálna habilituj sa budeš saturovaná. Viem že si ciachovaná, intenzifikovaná enviromentálne asimilovaná. Kto sa v tých slovách vyznať má prečo je komplikovaná chceš ju celú prečítať na pomoc slovník musíš brať. EN Brilliantly distinguished, from inert spheres Thermally stressed, you're stuntman Casually symetric, cubic based sensitively hyperactive. Who could know what is in those words, why she is complicated you want to read her entirely you have to take a dictionary to help Who could know what is in those words, why she is complicated you want to read her entirely you have to take a dictionary to help Methodically fictitious, impulsive trigonometric implied. Brilliantly empirical, stationary kinectic hermetically hospitalized. Who could know what is in those words, why she is complicated you want to read her entirely you have to take a dictionary to help Who could know what is in those words, why she is complicated you want to read her entirely you have to take a dictionary to help Prognosis dissonance is formal habilitate yourself, you'll be saturated I know you are callibrated, intensified enviromentally assimilated. Who could know what is in those words, why she is complicated you want to read her entirely you have to take a dictionary to help Live performance
  21. Snowboarding at the Winter Olympic Games 2018 PyeongChang (KOR) - 10 February 2018 - 24 February 2018 Totallympics Results Thread
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  23. [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    Don´t know if it´s the right place but.. What kind of total idiot you must be to bother people even in this moment ! oh dear some journalists are really ...... - at 59:27 https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/playback/nagano-1998-opening-ceremony/
  24. Winter Olympic Games 2018 News

    the surgery should be done tomorrow https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/playback/zuzulova-to-make-miracle-recovery-for-pyeongchang/
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