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vinipereira

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  1. Asian Games 2018

    Also no PDF files? Basically nothing can be copied in a easy way from that website
  2. Women's Handball IHF Youth World Championship 2018

    In addition to all the things already explained, brazilian Handball also lost the sponsorship of Banco do Brasil, which was HUGE. Even though the bank didn't said it, it was pretty clear that this cut was because of the corrupt handball federation. The sport still is receiving money from other sources, but will have to be more careful with its expenses from now on
  3. Volleyball 2018 Discussion Thread

    Today Brazil and USA women's teams returned to the Maracanazinho Arena for a friendly match. Not the best memories for both teams considering that exactly 2 years ago USA lost the Rio 2016 semifinal there (and Brazil lost that quarterfinal match two days earlier). Anyway, Brazil lost ALL 4 friendly matches against USA this week, not a good sign for the coming World Championship... The best part was a tribute to the 2008 Olympic champion team, with many of the players from that gold generation. Today, only Thaísa remains playing for Brazil (she isn't in the picture because she was preparing for the match today), even though some of them are still active in their clubs.
  4. Pan American Games 2019

    Pan American Games 2019 Lima (PER) - 26 July 2019 - 11 August 2019 Totallympics Results Thread
  5. Summer Paralympic Games 2020 Qualification

    Such a bad draw for Brazil in the women's championship, we'll probably lose all matches, even though we're better than two other teams of Group B.
  6. Asian Games 2018

    Agreed, but I think it should have some kind of qualification for team sports - like in Football, for instance, in which 20+ teams is really unnecessary.
  7. Brazilian Olympic Committee wants to qualify 250 athletes for the Tokyo Olympics. I mostly agree with this number, even though I think they're a little optimistic. Archery: 4 2 1 Brazil should qualify an athlete for each of the individual events (and with some luck, maybe even a men's team) Artistic Swimming: 2 0 0 Federation doesn't seem to have much interest in this sport anymore and Brazil got worse in both events. A duet might be possible but even at the South American Games we didn't win gold. Athletics: 50 40 30 I have no idea but I will guess a number close to the last World Championship (39). Badminton: 2 1 1 Ygor Coelho should qualify in Men's Singles. Baseball: 0 Basketball: 12 0 0 It's sad but we probably won't see our female team at the Olympics for the first time since 1992. The men's team might qualify but I wouldn't bet on it. The federation has zero interest about 3x3 so no chance of qualification there. Beach Volleyball: 8 8 4 Brazil will easily reach the maximum quota here. Boxing: 6 3 2 Most of the best athletes from the last Olympic cycles are gone, but we should at least qualify 2 men and 1 woman. Canoeing - Slalom: 3 2 1 We should qualify 1 man (maybe 2) and 1 woman. Canoeing - Sprint: 6 5 3 Brazil has the potential to qualify a full team in Canoe (4 to 6 athletes). As for Kayak, I'm not sure about our chances. Cycling - BMX: 2 2 1 1 athlete from each gender. None for Freestyle. Cycling - Mountain Bike: 3 2 2 1 athlete from each gender (maybe even 2 men). Cycling - Road: 4 2 2 At least 1 for each gender, but maybe even more. Cycling - Track: 2 1 0 1 athlete? Maybe none. Diving: 3 1 0 Oof. That's a rough one. Most athletes from previous cycles are gone and the new generation is not that great. Maybe Ingrid Oliveira qualified, but I wouldn't be surprised if not. Equestrian: 11 9 6 Eventing and Jumping teams, I guess? + 1 in Dressage. Fencing: 8 6 4 1 Men's team (Foil?) + 3 individual athletes is possible. Field Hockey: 0 Football: 36 18 18 Women's team is already qualified. As for the men, it will be harder (only 2 qualification spots for South America and Brazil's under-20 team is not really that good). Golf: 2 1 1 No idea, maybe 1 man. Gymnastics - Artistic: 8 8 5 Both teams have a decent chance of qualifying, but I don't think we will qualify individual athletes that are not part of the teams (unless, of course, if one of the teams doesn't qualify). Gymnastics - Rhythmic: 6 0 0 It's hard to qualify in both events, but with the addition of Continental Championships as qualifications events, Brazil has a shot in groups. Gáudio is also better than she used to be in the individual event, so who knows... Gymnastics - Trampoline: 1 0 0 Extremely hard qualification. Handball: 28 14 14 Even if our level is not the same, I don't think we'll have much trouble in qualifying the women's team. About the men, it's always 50/50. Judo: 14 12 10 Some time ago, I would say Brazil could qualify a full team here, but right now we're really bad in some of the men's events. Karate: 4 2 2 Difficult qualification but Brazil has 3 athletes among the best in world rankings, which could indicate that they will at least qualify to Tokyo. Modern Pentathlon: 2 1 0 Nobody close to the level of Yane Marques but continental qualification might help us. Rowing: 3 1 0 Probably the one sport in which Brazil had zero progress in the last decade, not even with the home Olympics. But even being bad at this sport we usually manage to qualify a few athletes. Rugby Sevens: 12 12 0 The women's team will probably qualify. Sailing: 10 9 8 5 athletes (3 boats) are already qualified. 8 or 9 athletes (for a total of 6 or 7 boats) are very much possible. Shooting: 4 3 2 3 to 4 men are possible, I guess? Skateboarding: 10 8 6 Realistically, Brazil should qualify 2 athletes for each event (maybe even 3 in Street) Softball: 0 Sport Climbing: 0 Surfing: 4 4 3 Full quota. Swimming: 24 20 16 Like in the last world championships, Brazil should have a moderate number of athletes competing in the pool. It's likely that we'll also qualify 2 athletes in Marathon Swimming. Table Tennis: 6 4 4 Men's team + at least one athlete in Women's Singles (team is also possible). Taekwondo: 3 2 1 Very hard qualification. 1 man and maybe 1 woman should qualify. Tennis: 5 3 2 Dire situation in Men's Singles (I don't think we will qualify anyone via ranking, unless there is massive withdrawals). Men's Doubles and maybe 1 woman (Haddad Maia) can qualify. Triathlon: 2 2 1 1 athlete for each individual event. Volleyball: 24 24 24 Only a disaster could prevent Brazil of qualifying both teams. Water Polo: 11 0 0 Difficult for the men's team. Impossible for the women. Weightlifting: 4 2 1 Federation is too messy and is basically preventing some athletes of achieve better results. Reis should qualify but otherwise nothing is certain (probably 1 woman). Wrestling: 3 2 1 Qualification of 2 women is possible. Total Sports: 35 Optimistic Total Athletes: 352 Realistic Total Athletes: 236 Pessimistic Total Athletes: 176
  8. Sailing ISAF World Championships 2018

    3 boats is exactly what I expected from Brazil, but Nacra 17 instead of Finn was kinda unexpected. Also, with both Argentina and Brazil qualified in Nacra, I think the south american spot will probably go to Uruguay.
  9. Summer Paralympic Games 2020 Qualification

    Sitting Volleyball WPV World Championship 2018 full results: Men's / Women's Wheelchair Rugby IWRF World Championship 2018 full results: Open
  10. Pan American Games 2019

    Updating with some quotas from Central American and Caribbean Games + last Sailing championships. Bowling +4 +4 +4 +2 +2 Equestrian +12 +12 +7 +7 +5 +4 +4 +3 +1 +1 Sailing +6 +5 +4 +3 +3 +2 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 Shooting +7 +6 +1 +2 Triathlon +4
  11. Central American and Caribbean Games 2018

    Amazing results for Mexico with 132 golds, 30 more than second place Cuba and almost beating their own record (which is 138 golds from 2002 I think, but Cuba did not participate in that edition). Disappointing performance from Colombia, which I expected to do much better at home. Maybe they should have saved the effort from South American Games...
  12. [hide] Knockout Round July 30th - August 5th, 2018 12 Nations, Quarterfinals Play-Offs, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match, Gold Medal Match Bronze Medal Match Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 August 5th 2018, h. 14:00 Australia 1 Spain Gold Medal Match Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 August 5th 2018, h. 16:30 Netherlands 2 Ireland [/hide]
  13. [hide] Knockout Round July 30th - August 5th, 2018 12 Nations, Quarterfinals Play-Offs, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match, Gold Medal Match Semifinals Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 August 4th 2018, h. 14:00 Ireland 1 Spain August 4th 2018, h. 16:30 Netherlands 3 Australia [/hide]
  14. Pan American Games 2019

    Interesting fact is that Colombia won the men's tournament and maybe won't even qualify for Pan Ams - Brazil and Argentina are usually the qualifiers from CONSANAT zone but who knows...
  15. [hide] Event & Date Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Men's Finn Day 1 August 10th, 2018 Any Athlete from Australia Jorge Zarif X Milan Vujasinović Tapio Nirkko Jonathan Lobert Giles Scott X Ed Wright Ioannis Mitakis Zsombor Berecz Nicholas Heiner Peter-Jan Postma Josh Junior Andrew Maloney Max Salminen Alican Kaynar Caleb Paine X Any Other Athlete Men's 470 Day 1 August 10th, 2018 Mathew Belcher/William Ryan X David Bargehr/Lukas Mahr Zangjun Xu/Chao Wang Any Athletes from France Any Athletes from Germany Luke Patience/Chris Grube X Panagiotis Mantis/Pavlos Kagialis X Giacomo Ferrari/Giulio Calabro Any Athletes from Japan Paul Snow-Hansen/Daniel Willcox Anton Dahlberg/Fredrik Bergstrom Denis Cinar/Ates Cinar Stuart McNay/David Hughes Any Other Athlete Women's 470 Day 1 August 10th, 2018 Any Athlete from China Camille Lecointre/Aloise Retornaz X Any Athlete from Germany Hannah Mills/Eilidh McIntyre Amy Seabright/Anna Carpenter Gil Cohen/Noa Lasry Ai Kondo Yoshida/Miho Yoshioka Afrodite Zegers/Anneloes van Veen Agnieszka Skrzypulec/Irmina Mrozek-G. X Tina Mrak/Veronika Macarol X Any Athlete from Spain Linda Fahrni/Maja Siegenthaler Any Other Athlete Men's Laser Day 2 August 11th, 2018 Tim Burton X Mathew Wearn Tonči Stipanović Pavlos Kontides Jean-Baptiste Bernaz Philipp Buhl Any Athlete from Great Britain X Juan Ignacio Maegli Any Athlete from Italy Sam Meech X Thomas Saunders Stefano Peschiera Jesper Stalheim Christopher Barnard Any Other Athlete Women's Laser Radial Day 2 August 11th, 2018 Emma Plasschaert Tatiana Drozdovskaya Brenda Bowskill Anne-Marie Rindom X Any Athlete from Finland Any Athlete from France Any Athlete from Germany Alison Young X Maria Erdi Manami Doi Viktorija Andrulyte Marit Bouwmeester X Josefin Olsson Paige Railey Erika Reineke Dolores Moreira Any Other Athlete Men's 49er Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Any Athlete from Australia Yago Lange/Klaus Lange Benjamin Bildstein/David Hussl Šime Fantela/Mihovil Fantela Any Athlete from Denmark Any Athlete from France Any Athlete from Germany Dylan Fletcher-Scott/Stuart Bithell X James Peters/Fynn Sterritt X Logan Dunning Beck/Oscar Gunn Josh Porebski/Trent Rippey Any Athlete from Poland Jorge Lima/Jose Costa Any Athlete from Spain X Any Other Athlete Women's 49er FX Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Victoria Travascio/Maria Branz Martine Grael/Kahena Kunze X Ida M. Baad Nielsen/Marie T. Olsen Jena Mai Hansen/Katja S.-Iversen X Any Athlete from Germany Charlotte Dobson/Saskia Tidey Odile van Aanholt/Marieke Jongens Annemiek Bekkering/Annette Duetz Alexandra Maloney/Molly Meech X Ragna Agerup/Maia Agerup Helene Naess/Marie Rønningen Kimberly Lim/Cecilia Low Tamara Echegoyen/Paula Barcelo Any Athlete from Sweden Any Other Athlete Men's IKA Formula Kite Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Martin Dolenc Theo de Ramecourt Axel Mazella X Nicolas Parlier X Florian Gruber Guy Bridge Oliver Bridge X Maks Zakowski Denis Taradin Toni Vodišek Any Athlete from the United States Any Other Athlete Women's IKA Formula Kite Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Any Athlete from Australia Stine Jensen Leonie Meyer Steph Bridge Anais Mai Desjardin Alexia Fancelli X Megumi Hirata Elena Kalinina X Bibiana Magaji Daniela Moroz X Bilge Ozturk Any Other Athlete Men's RS:X Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Bing Ye Mengfan Gao Louis Giard X Thomas Goyard Pierre Le Coq X Kieran Holmes Martin Byron Kokkalanis Shahar Zubari Mattia Camboni Kiran Badloe X Dorian van Rijsselberghe Piotr Myszka Ivan Pastor Mateo Sanz Lanz Any Other Athlete Women's RS:X Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Peina Chen X Yunxiu Lu Ingrid Puusta Helene Noesmoen X Charline Picon Any Athlete from Great Britain Hei Man Chan Noga Geller Flavia Tartaglini Lilian de Geus Malgorzata Bialecka Zofia Noceti-Klepacka Stefania Elfutina X Marina Alabau Bianca Manchon Any Other Athlete Mixed Nacra 17 Day 3 August 12th, 2018 Santiago Lange/Cecilia Carranza Saroli X Jason Waterhouse/Lisa Darmanin X Thomas Zajac/Barbara Matz Lin Cenholt/Christian Lubeck Any Athlete from France Paul Kohlhoff/Alisa Stuhlemmer John Grimson/Anna Burnet Ben Saxton/Nicola Boniface X Vittorio Biassaro/Maelie Farscari Ruggero Tita/Caterina Banti Gemma Jones/Jason Saunders Olivia Mackay/Micah Wilkinson Fernando Echevarri/Tara Pacheco Riley Gibbs/Louisa Chafee Any Other Athlete [/hide]
  16. Badminton BWF World Championships 2018

    Ygor Coelho advances to Round of 16, which is now the best result ever by a brazilian
  17. Pan American Games 2019

    It also includes the 4 quota from South American Games.
  18. Pan American Games 2019

    Men's Baseball +24 +24 Tennis +2 +2 +1 +1 +1 +1
  19. [hide] Knockout Round July 30th - August 5th, 2018 12 Nations, Quarterfinals Play-Offs, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match, Gold Medal Match Quarterfinals #2 Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 August 2nd 2018, h. 18:00 Ireland 1 India August 2nd 2018, h. 20:15 Netherlands 1 England [/hide]
  20. Central American and Caribbean Games 2018

    In women's football Mexico was losing the final 0-1 to Costa Rica and then scored 3 goals in less than 4 minutes to win gold
  21. [hide] Knockout Round July 30th - August 5th, 2018 12 Nations, Quarterfinals Play-Offs, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match, Gold Medal Match Quarterfinals #1 Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 August 1st 2018, h. 18:00 Germany 2 Spain August 1st 2018, h. 20:15 Australia 1 Argentina [/hide]
  22. [hide] Knockout Round July 30th - August 5th, 2018 12 Nations, Quarterfinals Play-Offs, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match, Gold Medal Match Quarterfinals Play Offs #2 Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 July 31st 2018, h. 18:00 Italy 1 India July 31st 2018, h. 20:15 England 4 South Korea [/hide]
  23. [hide] Knockout Round July 30th - August 5th, 2018 12 Nations, Quarterfinals Play-Offs, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Medal Match, Gold Medal Match Quarterfinals Play Offs #1 Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 July 30th 2018, h. 18:00 Belgium 2 Spain July 30th 2018, h. 17:00 Argentina 1 New Zealand [/hide]
  24. Central American and Caribbean Games 2018

    Mexico still looking strong with 86 golds, 40 more than second place Colombia with 46 (Cuba has 38). 1st place seems very likely even if Mexico doesn't have a great second week. Also gets me thinking how well Mexico will do at the next Pan American Games compared to nations from the region, considering Cuba's decline.
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