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dcro    2,855
Just now, heywoodu said:

Yeah, Nigeria made a great case for themselves this year.... :p 

 

And Botswana has experience?

 

Botswana hosted African Youth Games, making them infinently more experienced than Senegal. :p

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heywoodu    3,385

One can probably expect organizational problems as is sadly the case again and again and again and again with major events in Africa, but at least we'll know the atmosphere is gonna be awesome :d 

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heywoodu    3,385
Just now, dcro said:

 

Who is Thomas Bach? A personification of pop culture?

 

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He is a 1976 fencing Olympic champion.

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intoronto    479
4 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

He is a 1976 fencing Olympic champion.

Idk why they don't put this in the press releases but announce it every time.

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LDOG    647

Botswana should have won. Of those 4 it's currently the most stable country. 

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heywoodu    3,385
4 minutes ago, LDOG said:

Botswana should have won. Of those 4 it's currently the most stable country. 

Honestly I can't even remember ever hearing about any trouble from Botswana, so I agree.

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Olympian1010    303

So a...North and South Korean leaders have officially announced thier intentions to support a joint inter-Korean bid for the 2032 Summer Olympics. So my question is, who’s going to Pyongyang with me?

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Gianlu33    919

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed German-based financial services company Allianz will become a member of its top-tier The Olympic Partner (TOP) sponsorship scheme in an eight-year deal starting in 2021.

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Enrique    9
hace 13 horas, Olympian1010 said:

So a...North and South Korean leaders have officially announced thier intentions to support a joint inter-Korean bid for the 2032 Summer Olympics. So my question is, who’s going to Pyongyang with me?

The  notice of the year it's really joke

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heywoodu    3,385
7 minutes ago, Enrique said:

The  notice of the year it's really joke

Why is it a joke?

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