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LDOG    392

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LDOG    392

Argentina Team for Rio 2016

 

Athletics (13):

Men's Marathon - Mariano Mastromarino, Luis Molina, Federico Bruno

Men's 20km Walk  - Juan Manuel Cano

Men's Pole Vault - Germán Chiaraviglio

Men's Shot Put - Germán Lauro

Men's Javelin Throw - Braian Toledo

Women's Marathon - Maria Peralta, Rosa Godoy, Viviana Chávez

Women's 3000m Steeplechase - Belén Casetta

Women's Discus Throw - Rocio Comba

Women's Hammer Throw - Jennifer Dahlgren

 

Basketball (12):

Men's Team

 

Beach Volleyball (2):

Women's Competition - Ana Gallay & Georgina Klug

 

Boxing (6):

Men's Light Flyweight - Leandro Blanc

Men's Flyweight - Fernando Martínez

Men's Bantamweight - Alberto Melián

Men's Lightweight - Ignacio Perrín

Men's Welterweight - Alberto Palmetta

Men's Heavyweight - Yamil Peralta

 

Canoeing Slalom (1):

Men's C-1 - Sebastián Rossi

 

Canoeing Sprint (9):

Men's K-1 200 - Ruben Rézola Voisard

Men's K-4 1000 - Daniel Dal Bo, Gonzalo Carreras, Juan Ignacio Cáceres & Pablo de Torres

Women's K-4 500 - Sabrina Ameghino, Alexandra Keresztesi, María Garro & Brenda Rojas

 

Cycling - BMX (2):

Men's Race - Gonzalo Molina

Women's Race - Gabriela Diaz

 

Cycling - Mountain Bike (1):

Men's Cross Country - Catriel Soto

 

Cycling - Road (3):

Men's Road Race - Daniel Diaz, Maximiliano Richeze & Eduardo Sepúlveda

 

Equestrian (4):

Open Team & Individual Jumping - Jose Larocca, Matias Albarracín, Ramiro Quintana & Bruno Passaro

 

Fencing (1):

Individual Sabre - María Belén Pérez Maurice

 

Field Hockey (32):

Men's Team

Women's Team

 

Football (18):

Men's Team

 

Golf (2):

Men's Competition - Fabián Gómez, Emiliano Grillo

 

Gymnastics - Artistic (2):

Men's All-around - Nicolás Córdoba

Women's All-around - Ailén Valente

 

Handball (28):

Men's Team

Women's Team

 

Judo (2):

Men's -81kg - Emmanuel Lucenti

Women's -48kg - Paula Pareto

 

Modern Pentathlon (2):

Men's Competition - Emanuel Zapata

Women's Competition - Iryna Khokhlova

 

Rowing (2):

Men's Single Sculls - Brian Rosso

Women's Single Sculls - Lucia Palermo

 

Rugby Sevens (12):

Men's Team

 

Sailing (13):

Men's RS:X - Bautista Saubidet Birkner

Men's Laser - Julio Alsogaray

Finn - Facundo Olezza

Men's 470 - Lucas Calabrese & Juan de la Fuente

49er - Klaus Lange & Yago Lange

Women's RS:X - María Celia Tejerina

Women's Laser - Lucía Falasca

49er FX - Victoria Travascio & Maria Sol Branz

Nacra 17 - Santiago Lange & Cecilia Carranza Saroli

 

Shooting (5):

Men's Trap - Fernando Borello

Men's Skeet - Federico Gil

Women's 10m Air Rifle - Fernanda Russo

Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions - Amelia Fournel

Women's Skeet - Melisa Gil

 

Swimming (6):

Men's 50, 100 & 200m Freestyle - Federico Grabich

Men's 1500m Freestyle - Martín Naidich

Men's 100m Butterfly - Santiago Grassi

Women's 200 & 400m Individual Medley - Virginia Bardach

Women's 200 Breaststroke - Julia Sebastián

 

Synchronized Swimming (2):

Duet - Etel Sánchez & Sofía Sánchez

 

Tennis (6):

Men's Singles - Juan Monaco, Juan Martín del Potro, Federico Delbonis, Guido Pella

Men's Doubles - Máximo Gonzalez, Guillermo Durán

 

Triathlon (2):

Men's Competition - Gonzalo Tellechea, Luciano Taccone

 

Volleyball (24):

Men's Team

Women's Team

 

Weightlifting (1):

Women's -58kg - Joana Palacios

 

Wrestling (1):

Women's Freestyle -48kg - Patricia Bermúdez

 

Total Qualified Athletes: 213 

 

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LDOG    392

Well, whatever small dream our handball team had for Rio is over: Diego Simonet broke his cruciate ligament and is out for 8 months.

 

 

 

 

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Pabloffo    19
15 hours ago, LDOG said:

Well, whatever small dream our handball team had for Rio is over: Diego Simonet broke his cruciate ligament and is out for 8 months.

 

 

 

 

Uf.... Bad news for South American handball 

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LDOG    392

Very strong rumors that the 3 overage players for the olympics will be Geronimo Rulli (GK, Real Sociedad), Ramiro Funes Mori (CB, Everton) and Mateo Musacchio (CB, Villarreal).

 

I agree that we needed two defenders since it's the weakest line of our U23 team. I would have chosen a midfielder instead of a goalie though, but it's not that bad.

 

I will make today my prediction for the 18 player list (not what I would pick, it's what I think the coach will select) let's see how many I get right at the end :d this list is assuming all the clubs agree to release the players however:


 

Spoiler

 

GK:

Geronimo Rulli

Augusto Batalla (River Plate)

 

DF:

José Luis Gomez (Lanus)

Emanuel Mammana (River)

Ramiro Funes Mori

Mateo Musacchio

Jonathan Silva (Boca)

 

MF:

Matias Kranevitter (Atlético Madrid)

Andrés Cubas (Boca)

Lucas Romero (Cruzeiro)

Manuel Lanzini (West Ham)

Giovani Lo Celso (Rosario Central)

Lucas Ocampos (Olympique Marseille)

 

FW:

Paulo Dybala (Juventus)

Luciano Vietto (Atlético Madrid)

Angel Correa (Atlético Madrid)

Jonathan Calleri (Sao Paulo)

Cristian Espinoza (Huracán)

 

OUT: Icardi :lol: since Martino doesn't like him.

 

 

 

 

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konig    297

Remember the CADDA determinate in Maraton that "a bette Mark " the the IOC requiere, for that reason Barzola, Rosa Godoy and Sandra Amarillo are not qualified for Rio, obviusly this is another stupid decision of the terrorific president of the CADDA.

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LDOG    392
On ‎04‎/‎04‎/‎2016 at 3:44 PM, konig said:

Remember the CADDA determinate in Maraton that "a bette Mark " the the IOC requiere, for that reason Barzola, Rosa Godoy and Sandra Amarillo are not qualified for Rio, obviusly this is another stupid desition of the terrorific president of the CADDA.

 

I know that, I'm just counting all the quota we have, even if provisional. I will remove them if at the end they are rejected.

 

And for me it's not a stupid decision, I'm tired of sending a bunch of people that end in last place or abandon the race. We should have harder standars in all "mark" sports, if it were up to me.

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konig    297
14 hours ago, LDOG said:

 

I know that, I'm just counting all the quota we have, even if provisional. I will remove them if at the end they are rejected.

 

And for me it's not a stupid decision, I'm tired of sending a bunch of people that end in last place or abandon the race. We should have harder standars in all "mark" sports, if it were up to me.

I agree partially with you: if we send some B Marks, of old athletes like in the past.......of course i agree but in Maraton is diferent than other specialitys, i dont expect any medal or diplom in the Maraton anyway,


 

 

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LDOG    392

With qualification in Gymnastics we have 189 athletes confirmed :thumbup:

 

Only 11 to go to achieve the round number and -curiously- all-time record of 200.

 

I think we'll have for sure 3 in Judo, 2 in BMX, 2 male golfers, 4 male tennis players and 1 female pentathlete. 2 or 3 more swimmers is likely too. And quotas in Triathlon, MTB and Kayaking are also in the cards.

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konig    297
On 18/4/2016 at 23:22, LDOG said:

With qualification in Gymnastics we have 189 athletes confirmed :thumbup:

 

Only 11 to go to achieve the round number and -curiously- all-time record of 200.

 

I think we'll have for sure 3 in Judo, 2 in BMX, 2 male golfers, 4 male tennis players and 1 female pentathlete. 2 or 3 more swimmers is likely too. And quotas in Triathlon, MTB and Kayaking are also in the cards.

Dont forget rowing, another in boxing, and some miracle in  Weightlifting and archery.

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konig    297

Martin Carrizo qualified in the 1500 freestyle of swimming with a OQT, now we have 190 athletes qualified :clap:

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LDOG    392

And he made a good time, he could be top 16 in Rio with that. He seems to be the only male swimmer in form unfortunately, all others Grabich, Grassi,etc are doing bad this year.

 

 

In other news Lucenti lost places in ranking and it seems we'll have only 2 judocas in Rio :lol: this sport is a disaster, I think in Tokyo we could be without any representation after Pareto and Lucenti retire. I read that the federation doesn't even have a Facebook page :lol:

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