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  1. Winter Olympic Games 2018 Uniforms

    yeah, well you know, not every one can have orange kits
  2. Winter Olympic Games 2018 Uniforms

    Yep all medalists and why boring ? what you have against this white jacket, I actually like it more than our kits.
  3. Winter Olympic Games 2018 Uniforms

    It is, it has a reversible gold side. the outside is white as you can see but the indoor side of the jacket is gold, so each medalist will just switch it and will have this
  4. Luge FIL World Cup 2017 - 2018

    Luge FIL World Cup 2017 - 2018 Multi-Stage Event - 17 November 2017 - 28 January 2018 Totallympics Results Thread
  5. Winter Olympic Games 2018 Uniforms

    Olympic Channel Slovakia https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/playback/slovakian-uniforms-unveiled-in-fashion-show/ Czech Republic https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/playback/czech-winter-olympic-kit-inspired-by-sochi-gold-medallist/
  6. Czech Republic National Thread

    Czech Republic Viac fotiek tu http://www.olympic.cz/text/385--olympijske-kolekce-pro-zoh-2018
  7. Slovakia National Thread|PyeongChang 2018

    SLOVENSKÁ CESTA DO PYEONGČANGU 2018 SLOVAK ROAD TO PYEONGCHANG 2018 Slovenský olympijský výbor na Fashion Show predstavil kolekciu oblečenia pre našu výpravu na ZOH v Pjongčangu Účastníkom Fashion Show sa na úvod prihovoril juhokórejský veľvyslanec v SR Li Taero. FOTO JÁN SÚKUP BRATISLAVA 20. novembra (SOV) - V pondelok 20. novembra mala slovenská verejnosť možnosť spoznať oficiálne oblečenie našej olympijskej výpravy do Pjongčangu. Slovenský olympijský výbor ho 81 dní pred ZOH predviedol na Fashion Show v bratislavskom hoteli NH Gate One. Módnu prehliadku, ktorú spestrilo spevácke vystúpenie Dary Rolins, sledovali zhruba dve stovky hostí a zástupcov médií. Juhokórejský veľvyslanec v SR Li Taero sa im na úvod prihovoril najprv lámanou slovenčinou, potom v angličtine vyjadril túžbu jeho vlasti na týchto hrách dokázať, že ZOH už nie sú spojené len s Európou či Severnou Amerikou, ale sú celosvetovou udalosťou, ktorá skutočne spojí celý svet. „Verím, že zimné olympijské hry v PyeongChangu otvoria nové olympijské horizonty,“ zakončil, narážajúc na heslo, s ktorým sa Pjongčang uchádzal o ZOH 2018. Prezident Anton Siekel odpovedá na otázku moderátorky Oľgy Hamadejovej, vľavo Roman Buček. FOTO JÁN SÚKUP O slovenských prípravách na februárové ZOH zase hovorili prezident SOV Anton Siekel a designovaný šéf výpravy, športový riaditeľ SOV Roman Buček. Anton Siekel si najviac sľubuje od výkonov zjazdárok Petry Vlhovej a Veroniky Velez Zuzulovej, ktorá je zatiaľ v rekonvalescencii, biatlonistky Anastasia Kuzminovej a od tímu hokejistov. Roman Buček nechcel hovoriť o medailových vyhliadkach, ale vyjadril nádej, že väčšina našich športovcov predvedie na olympiáde výkony na hranici svojich možností. SOV zatiaľ predbežne kalkuluje s tým, že kvalifikačné kritériá by mohlo splniť približne 54 slovenských športovcov. Zatiaľ je istá naša účasť v šiestich z celkove 15 športových odvetví v programe ZOH (v behu na lyžiach, alpskom lyžovaní, biatlone, sánkovaní, ľadovom hokeji a v krasokorčuľovaní), šancu na postup majú naši športovci ešte v ďalších štyroch odvetviach (v akrobatickom lyžovaní, snoubordingu, bobovom športe a v šorttreku). Pohľad do zaplnenej kongresovej sály hotela NH Gate One. FOTO JÁN SÚKUP Celkove by v Pjongčangu malo súťažiť viac než tritisíc športovcov z vyše 90 krajín sveta, nastúpia v rekordnom počte 102 disciplín. Väčšina z nich bude mať svoje športovisko v blízkosti jednej z dvoch olympijských dedín (excentricky sú položené len dve športoviská). Organizátori v tejto súvislosti hovoria o najkompaktnejších zimných hrách v histórii. Moderátorka Oľga Hamadejová v úvodnej oficiálnejšej časti upriamila pozornosť aj na blížiace sa 25. výročie ustanovenia Slovenského olympijského výboru, ktoré si SOV pripomenie na slávnostnom zhromaždení na deň presne v deň jubilea – 19. decembra 2017. Najväčšia pozornosť však pochopiteľne patrila samotnej olympijskej kolekcii, predvádzanej modelmi a modelkami. Oficiálnym dodávateľom olympijského oblečenia je už od roku 2015 britská spoločnosť Regatta - generálny partner SOV. Oblečenie od nej nesie obchodnú značku Dare2b. Zimná kolekcia oblečenia na ZOH v Pjongčangu bola vyberaná z prémiovej predajnej kolekcie jeseň/zima 2017 - 2018. Farebne je ladená do sivých, čiernych, bielych a červených odtieňov. Čičmiansky vzor je decentne zakomponovaný v potlači na niektorých artikloch. Nosnými prvkami voľnočasovej kolekcie so značkou Dare2b je nástupový set, zložený zo zimnej vetrovky a otepľovačiek a slovenská výprava sa v nich predstaví na otváracom a záverečnom ceremoniáli. Bohatú kolekciu dotvárajú stredné vrstvy páperových vetroviek a štýlových čiernych búnd z neoprénu s imitáciami kože. Klasickými doplnkami kolekcie sú pohodlná tepláková súprava, tenšie zimné nohavice, trojset funkčných rolákov, termo bielizeň, tričko s krátkym rukávom, čiapka, rukavice a dva páry zimných topánok. Jednotlivé súčasti olympijského oblečenia našej výpravy dodali aj ďalšie firmy. Kvalitná obuv pochádza z produkcie firmy Gabor – tradičného dodávateľa SOV. Topánky od Gabora nosia slovenskí olympionici už od OH 2000 v Sydney. Veľmi viditeľné sú pletené výrobky od spoločnosti SportCool - svetre, vesty, čiapky, šály, rukavice, čiapky, čelenky a multifunkčné šály, ktorým dominuje obľúbený čičmiansky vzor. Všetky funkčné výrobky sú určené na športové aktivity, keďže sú vyrobené z materiálu priamo vyvinutého na tieto účely. V chladnom horskom prostredí Pjongčangu ich slovenskí olympionici určite ocenia. Čičmiansky ornament zdobia aj ponožky Šampiónky v troch farbách od dizajnérskej značky Puojd. Olympijskú kolekciu oblečenia dopĺňajú kompresné podkolienky s unikátnym národným dizajnom od športovej značky Royal Bay. Batožinu do Pjongčangu si naši olympionici zabalia do kufrov, cestovných tašiek a ruksakov značky Samsonite od spoločnosti Samdex. Zo športovcov, ktorí sa pripravujú na ZOH v Pjongčangu, sa vzhľadom na už rozbehnutú zimnú sezónu na Fashion Show nezúčastnil žiadny. Prišli však dvaja bývalí olympionici, ktorých SOV do Pjongčangu vybral ako ambasádorov našej výpravy – trojnásobný účastník ZOH v biatlone a bronzový medailista z Vancouvru 2010 Pavol Hurajt a brankárka tímu hokejistiek SR vo Vancouvri Zuzana Tomčíková. "Myslím si, že táto kolekcia vyšla výborne a chlapci aj dievčatá budú na zimných olympijských hrách vyzerať veľmi pekne. Mám zopár kúskov, na ktoré sa veľmi teším, že si ich budem môcť obliecť. Čiapka a rukavice s čičmianskym vzorom sú veľmi pekné a kultúrne, je to taká tradícia. Páči sa mi, ako je zakomponovaná červená, budeme v nej trošku svietiť," uviedla pre TASR Zuzana Tomčíková. Zdroj: SOV
  8. 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)
  9. MEN'S IIHF CONTINENTAL CUP 2017 3rd Round Group E ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nomad, Ritten move to final Pair clinch progress in Continental Cup Host team Ritten Sports altogether with the Group E winner Nomad Astana advance for the Continental Cup Final Four Last-day victories in Group E lift Nomad Astana and host Ritten Sport to compete for the Continental Cup winners' plate in the final tournament. The reigning champions of Kazakhstan, Nomad Astana, marked their inaugural appearance in the Continental Cup with a top-place finish of Group E. In the closing game of the tournament, hosts Ritten Sport rose to the occasion with a spirited performance to leapfrog Hungary's DVTK Jegesmedvek Miskolc in the standings courtesy of a fine 3-1 win to progress into their second consecutive appearance at the final stage of the competition. Yunost Minsk and the Sheffield Steelers, who progressed from Group D played in Danish city of Rungsted, now await in the final round of the Continental Cup played between 12-14 January 2018 on a venue yet to be confirmed. “All three games were tough for us. This is a huge experience for Nomad. With such international tournaments we will only become better. All games were tense and exciting,” said Nomad head coach Yuri Mikhailis. Instrumental in Nomad Astana’s success was their prolific first line. Team captain Ilya Kovzalov, Yaroslav Yevdokimov and Nikita Mikhailis, who recently joined from KHL team Barys Astana, added offensive prowess with the troika finishing joint-top of the Group E scoring charts. At the other end Dmitri Malgin’s solid display between the pipes saw the team from the Kazakh capital only concede three goals in as many games. Despite finishing top of the standings in Group E, the newcomers Nomad Astana overcame a patchy start to life in the Continental Cup. Losing their opener after penalty shots to a defensively sound Miskolc team, they got into their stride during their second game. Locking horns with the hosts Ritten Sport, the Kazakhs had gone behind after Ritten's Oscar Ahlstrom had skilfully tipped a Bretton Stamler feed past Malgin at 8:28. Nomad Astana replied soon after as their lethal first line introduced themselves on the scoresheet as Yevdokimov coolly slotted home a Mikhailis backhand pass to go level at 11:05. Outshot 8-12 in the second period and with Ritten failing to convert on their chances and superior puck possession, Astana showed flashes of brilliance to convert when the opportunity arose. A 2-on-1 saw Alikhan Asetov feed 18-year-old Ivan Vereshagin on a two-on-one that finished high on the glove side of Ritten goalie Patrick Killeen as Astana went in front. With 4:57 left of the middle frame and the Kazakhs on the power play, their lead was stretched to 3-1. Yevdokimov’s one-timer from a cross-ice pass by Mikhailis was deflected into the Ritten net much to the dismay of the home crowd inside Arena Ritten. When Simon Kostner failed to covert inside the first minute of the final period, it was to be a night to forget for Ritten. Racking up four straight minor penalty calls disrupted any realistic chance of an Italian fightback as Nomad Astana held out for their first win of the tournament. An affiliate of the country’s KHL contestants, Barys Astana, and changing to its current name in 2013, Nomad Astana clinched their place in the final round with a clinical performance as a hapless Grenoble Bruleurs de Loups squad was blanked 4-0. Roman Rachinski had burst through the French rearguards to open the scoring with a shorthanded first-period goal. Working on a one-man advantage, Mikhailis once again picked out Yevdokimov as the Kazakhs doubled their lead at 6:55 of the middle frame. With Grenoble heads down after Pierre-Charles Hordelalay had missed a penalty shot for the French at 7:49 of the third period, Asetov pounced on lax defending by Aziz Baazzi for 3-0. With 4:40 left of the game, Mikhailis added gloss to the victory when he closed the scoring on 5-on-3 finding a way past Lukas Horak’s right post from a tight angle. “At the beginning they were strong and we had to defend well. But we stuck together as team until the end,” said Asetov. “The tournament was interesting for us because we haven’t played an international game for a long time.” While Nomad Astana celebrated progress, a second straight chance for Continental Cup glory will come Ritten’s way. The hosts, who had blanked Grenoble 2-0 in their opener, now looked to bounce back from their defeat to Astana as they went head to head with surprise package Miskolc in the closing game of the tournament. Trailing the Hungarians by a point going into the game, the first frame saw Daniel Tudin force a fine save by Miskolc’s Attila Adorjan when clear on goal at 6:32, while at the other end Killeen denied Attila Pavuk with 4:26 left. The cheer rose from the 1,237 inside the Arena Ritten with 2:53 left of the frame as their home favourites broke the deadlock. Miskolc’s Peter Sakaris was serving a tripping call when Thomas Spinell picked out an onrushing Tommaso Traversa in the slot, who unleashed a shot past Adorjan on his blocker side. An enthralling second frame saw the game open up with chances at both ends and Ritten’s second line enjoying a fine game. First Traversa flew past Ryan Ruikka to force Adorjan to a fine save five minutes into the middle frame before Thomas Spinell went close. As Miskolc pressed for the equalizer while on power play, livewire Spinell snapped up the puck as Miskolc’s Balazs Lada failed to control the puck, then charged through but was denied twice in front of Adorjan’s net. With Miskolc winning the shots 11-9, they were to rue missing opportunities with Nikandrosz Galanisz going close three times on the power play. Needing a goal to keep their dreams of a place in the final four alive, the third period became an uphill struggle for the Hungarians. Ritten, which last January hosted the 2017 IIHF Continental Cup Final, needed only 2:10 of the final frame to double their lead. Kostner was the instigator from the right boards, with Oscar Ahlstrom deking Adorjan for the 2-0 goal. Penalty calls against Miskolc’s Galanisz and Kulmala in quick succession disrupted any chances of a Hungarian fightback. Working on a five-on-three, Ritten scored their third power play goal of the evening. Spinell picked out Roland Hofer, who boomed a one-timer past Adorjan to make it 3-0 with 5:30 left to play. Miskolc’s Sakaris sneaked up at far post with 53 seconds to convert on a Rasmus Kulmala feed to spoil Killeen’s bid for a shutout but not Ritten’s win. Despite missing out on progress, Miskolc can take great credit from their highly disciplined performances and watchful defence. A sterling effort in their opener had seen them beat Nomad Astana in shootout with Adorjan saving all penalty shots. In their second game against the luckless Grenoble. Mikael Tisell's men saw Galanisz equalize before veteran Janos Vas surged through from the left on a Jarkko Leppanen pass to trundle home the overtime winner in their second game. High-flying and currently top of the standings in the Ligue Magnus, Grenoble finished bottom of the standings. The “Wolf Burners” outshot all of their three opponents in Ritten, but missed a vital scoring touch. Having missed penalty shots both against Ritten and Astana, they finished with a paltry point and a Baazzi power-play goal against Miskolc being their only goal scored in their three outings in South Tyrol. Full Results HERE
  10. MEN'S IIHF CONTINENTAL CUP 2017 3rd Round Group D ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yunost marches into finals Steelers battle back for second spot Belarusian team Yunost Minsk swept the Continental Cup Group D in Rungsted and will be joined to the final round by second-ranked Sheffield Steelers Yunost Minsk and the Sheffield Steelers are qualified for the final stage of the IIHF Continental Cup. Yunost Minsk won the tournament and the Sheffield Steelers join them into the final round as second-ranked team. Few would have anticipated that outcome after the first game of the tournament. Friday’s action began with Yunost powering to a 7-1 victory over the Steelers. That paved the way for the Belarusians to sweep Group D, following up with wins over Latvian champion Kurbads Riga (4-2) and Danish host Rungsted Ishockey (2-1). Before tournament, Yunost forward Maxim Parfeyevets identified the British playoff winner as the team to beat; the opening game suggested Sheffield would do well to avoid embarrassment. But Sheffield, looking to match the success of Britain’s Nottingham Panthers in this tournament last year, was about to follow a difficult path to the final four. On Saturday, the Steelers trailed 0-3 against Rungsted, then fell 3-4 behind after a spirited fightback. A late equalizer from Levi Nelson sent the game to a shootout, and Matt Marquardt potted the decisive marker. Now it all hinged on Sunday’s showdown with Kurbads, with the winner set to claim second place. The Latvians, who had to qualify for this stage of the tournament, arrived with an 8-4 success against Rungsted and a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Yunost. But the loss of forward Martins Cipulis, ejected from the game in the 10th minute for boarding after a bad hit on Nelson, took its toll on Kurbads. Sheffield scored three on that major penalty as Jonas Westerling, Mathieu Roy found the net before Nelson proved his fitness with the third. Kurbads still had time for a short-handed goal from Gatis Gricinskis, and got back to 3-2 with Martins Gipters’ power-play marker late in the second, but the initiative was with the Brits after an opening frame littered with penalties. Kurbads looked for a way back into the game, but both teams improved their discipline and goals were hard to come by in the middle stanza. As the men from Riga piled on the pressure in the third, they were defied by one of their own: Sheffield’s goalie, Ervins Mustukovs, was born in the Latvian capital, and he kept the Latvians at bay, blocking a flurry of shots during a power play midway through the final period. A late penalty against Nelson gave Kurbads one last chance, with 67 seconds of 6-on-4 play to try to salvage the game. The Steelers defended bravely, and wrapped up the win on a Ben O’Connor empty-net effort to spark loud celebrations from the sizeable traveling contingent from Yorkshire. Head coach Paul Thompson, now in his fifth Continental Cup campaign, reckoned this was the toughest group he’d faced. “There’s some seriously good hockey clubs there,” he told the Steelers website. “Minsk is as good as any team we’ve played, including the Champions League. We’ll meet them again in the finals – hopefully in Sheffield – and we’ll try to show them a bit of what we’re all about. But Riga are a good team, Rungsted are a good team.” Forward Robert Dowd, a seasoned international campaigner for Team GB as well as the Steelers, admitted that the opening defeat was tough to take. “After that first game, you start to doubt, but we had a tough travel day and the whole set-up wasn’t ideal for us,” he said. “It just shows what a good night’s sleep and some good food can do for a team! “Minsk’s a very, very good side, you can’t take that away from them. I think they beat Frolunda in the Champions League last season, so they’re no mugs. But I think it will be a different game next time in the finals.” While the Steelers did it the hard way, Yunost comfortably fulfilled its objective in Denmark. The Belarusian team arrived confident that it could compete and determined to help Belarus secure a second Champions League spot for next season. “I think the Continental Cup is really important, because the prize is a second place for Belarus in the Champions League,” head coach Mikhail Zakharov told the club website prior to the tournament. “You can see how the Brits have benefitted from having two teams playing there this season. For us, there’s no other way.” Although hampered by injuries, Yunost could call on several players with experience of playing in the KHL, or the old Russian Superliga (the KHL forerunner). Defenceman Oleg Goroshko, who celebrated his 28th birthday with Sunday’s 2-1 win over Rungsted, was one of a contingent of Dynamo Minsk alumni; Daniel Corso, Alexei Yefimenko and Alexander Kogalev have also played for the Bison, while experienced forward Andrei Mikhnov includes stints at Ak Bars and Neftekhimik on his resume. After topping Group D in style, hopes in Minsk are now high that January will see Yunost claim its third Continental Cup, matching the achievements of 2007 and 2011. For the Steelers, second place means a return to the final four after it reached the same stage in 2010. On an individual level, Yunost dominated the scoring charts. Viktor Turkin’s seven-point haul was the best in the group, while Kogalev was the leading goalscorer with four. Dmitri Milchakov was the most effective goalie in a high-scoring contest, with a GAA of 1.5 and an SVS of 93.4%. Kurbads Riga took third place in the tournament thanks to its 8-4 victory against winless hosts Rungsted. The final tournament will be played from 12th to 14th January 2018 at the venue of one of the finalists that will be determined soon. Yunost Minsk (Belarus), Nomad Astana (Kazakhstan), Ritten Sport (Italy) and the Sheffield Steelers (Great Britain) are the finalists. Nomad Astana won the other group ahead of host Ritten. Full Results HERE
  11. Tennis 2017 Discussion Thread

    RIP Jana
  12. 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)
  13. IIHF Continental Cup 2017/18 3rd Round Group D in Rungsted (DEN) Last Day Results (19th November 2017) GMT +1 14:00 Sheffield Steelers 4 - 2 Kurbads Riga 18:00 Rungsted Ishockey 1 - 2 Yunost Minsk Final Standing 1. Yunost 9 pts Q, 2. Sheffield 5 pts Q., 3. Kurbads 3 pts., 4. Rungsted 1 pt. 3rd Round Group E in Ritten (ITA) Last Day Results (19th November 2017) GMT +1 16:00 Bruleurs de Loups Grenoble 0 - 4 Nomad Astana 20:00 DVTK Jegesmedvek Miskolc 1 - 3 Ritten Sports Final Standing 1. Astana 7 pts Q, 2. Ritten 6 pts Q., 3. Miskolc 4 pts., 4. Grenoble 1 pt. Yunost Minsk , Nomad Astana , Ritten Sports and Sheffield Steelers are the teams that will play the Continental Cup 2017/18 Final Four in January.
  14. Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2017

    Amazing teaser by @vinipereira can´t wait for the contest, I already expect something absolutely memorable @amen09 Thank for your Great job. I know how much time and effort it require, and you did it bravely. Congrats, and thanks again for the whole weekend, It was a really dramatic and funny edition.
  15. Ski Jumping FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

    Stage 1 in Wisla (POL) November 19th, 2017 Large Hill Individual Mens (1/18) 1. Junshiro Kobayashi 260.5, 2. Kamil Stoch 258.2 and 3. Stefan Kraft 257.7 Full Results HERE Video Highlights
  16. Ski Jumping FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018 Multi-Stage Event - 17 November 2017 - 25 March 2018 Totallympics Results Thread
  17. Luge FIL World Cup 2017 - 2018

    Decent 7th place in the opening Relay event for us. Also the gap +1,262 behind Germany is relatively good. It would be really a shame if we don´t qualify a team for PyeongChang
  18. Ice Hockey NHL 2017 - 2018 Discussion Thread

    Peter Cehlárik scored his first careers NHL goal last night video https://www.nhl.com/bruins/video/cehlariks-first-nhl-goal/t-277437088/c-54746103 becoming the 66th Slovak to score in the NHL
  19. IIHF Continental Cup 2017/18 3rd Round Group D in Rungsted (DEN) Last Day Schedule (19th November 2017) GMT +1 14:00 Sheffield Steelers vs Kurbads Riga 18:00 Rungsted Ishockey vs Yunost Minsk 3rd Round Group E in Ritten (ITA) Last Day Schedule (19th November 2017) GMT +1 16:00 Bruleurs de Loups Grenoble vs Nomad Astana 20:00 DVTK Jegesmedvek Miskolc vs Ritten Sports
  20. IIHF Continental Cup 2017/18 3rd Round Group D in Rungsted (DEN) Day 2 Results (18th November 2017) GMT +1 16:00 Kurbads Riga 2 - 4 Yunost Minsk 19:45 Sheffield Steelers After GWS 5 - 4 Rungsted Ishockey Standing after Day 2 1. Yunost 6 pts Q, 2. Kurbads 3 pts., 3. Sheffield 2 pts., 4. Rungsted 1 pt. 3rd Round Group E in Ritten (ITA) Day 2 Results (18th November 2017) GMT +1 16:00 Bruleurs de Loups Grenoble 1 - 2 After GWS DVTK Jegesmedvek Miskolc 20:00 Nomad Astana 3 - 1 Ritten Sports Standing after Day 2 1. Miskolc 4 pts, 2. Astana 4 pts., 3. Ritten 3 pt., 4. Grenoble 1 pt.
  21. Freestyle Skiing FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

    Stage 4 in Milano (ITA) November 18th, 2017 Big Air Mens (1/3) 1. Elias Ambuehl 177.20, 2. Hugo Burvall 176.20 and 3. Andri Ragettli 173.80 Full Results HERE Video Highlights Big Air Womens (1/3) 1. Coline Ballet Baz 177.20, 2. Johanne Killi 175.60 and 3. Giulia Tanno 172.80 Full Results HERE Video Highlights
  22. Ski Jumping FIS World Cup 2017 - 2018

    Stage 1 in Wisla (POL) November 18th, 2017 Large Hill Team Mens (1/6) 1. Norway (Forfang/Fannemel/Tande/Johansson) 1023.8, 2. ex aequo Austria (Huber/Aigner/Hayboeck/Kraft) and Poland (Zyla/Kubacki/Kot/Stoch) 1006.5 Full Results HERE Video Highlights
  23. Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2017

    Okay have some other threads and results to manage now, so time to leave this. It was a great and epic day full of fun. Thank you all you voted for our Ska experiment. A special mention to Spain who showed the best taste of music Pitty Canada my top fav didn´t won, but also happy for OlympicIRL and his Ireland. Congrats Ireland, Congrats all medalists.
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