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  1. uk12points


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  1. 4 points
    Here is the final standings, so that every country can celebrate their position on the table: ORDER NATION POINTS 1 Great Britain 186 2 Brazil 142 3 Serbia 137 4 Iran 135 5 Malta 124 6 New Zealand 124 7 Lithuania 115 8 Portugal 107 9 Morocco 100 10 Netherlands 97 11 Italy 96 12 Algeria 96 13 Tunisia 88 14 Indonesia 83 15 Mexico 80 16 Slovenia 78 17 Argentina 78 18 Moldova 73 19 France 70 20 Croatia 70 21 Bulgaria 69 22 Ireland 65 23 Romania 63 24 United States 58 25 India 57 26 Slovakia 56 27 Denmark 50 28 Poland 49 29 Germany 49 30 Greece 32 31 Canada 29 32 Russia 26 33 Kazakhstan 23 34 Finland 15 35 Azerbaijan 10
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    After three hours of reading and cheering I finally got through this another successful edition of TISC. First of all, congratulations to GB for another win, I was the first (and for quite a long time only one) to give them 12 points. Next, thank you to all, who gave points to our song, especially to , giving us maximum possible. I was quite surprised, knowing Slovenian language is quite complexed for most of you, but this is one more proof music is still no.1 in your hearts, as well as in mine. @mihamiha, thank you for choosing Nina Pušlar, she is one of my favourite singers, so it was not hard to go with your choice. I am not so often on this site, but some things never changed. Soon you will see a table with results put in official Eurovision style, so without 11 and 9 points. I can't wait for next contest, I believe I already have a song chosen, will just have to beat my fellow member from Slovenia. Till next time wishing you a lot of musical enjoyment!
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    Just discovered this awesome video great idea
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    NEW NATIONAL RECORDS The new national records refer to the number of points gained in a single contest (placing is not taken into account). And here are our record breakers: BRAZIL Alok and Bruno Martini ft. Zeeba 142 GREAT BRITAIN Rag'n'bone Man 186 INDIA Aamir Khan 56 IRAN Mohsen Yeganeh 137 MALTA The Travellers 124 MOLDOVA Sunstroke Project 73 MOROCCO Bouchra 100 NEW ZEALAND Graham Candy 124 PORTUGAL Branko and Mayra Andrade 107 SERBIA Sasa Kovacevic 137
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    Sadly, the time has come to close this fantastic contest! But not without a celebration of what has been and what will come... So welcome to the Closing Ceremony of the Totallympics Annual International Song Contest 2017! And we begin with this years winner, from the host nation, Rag'n'bone Man....
  6. 2 points
    In other unexpected news, Jason Lamy Chappuis announced his return to competition for the Olympic season https://www.lequipe.fr/Combine-nordique/Actualites/Retour-a-la-competition-confirme-pour-jason-lamy-chappuis/795935
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    Thank you to everyone who has made this contest so special! But it is sadly time to bring the contest to a close, but its for long, as Tunisia we relight the flame in just a few months time! But as Elton John puts it, Friends Never Say Goodbye, so we will see you all in Tunisia!
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    Hello Tunisia! We are so excited about the contest heading to Africa for the first time in Autumn 2017 and here to give us a flavour of what to expect is a promotional feature from the Tunisian delegation.
  9. 2 points
    but you are thinkin to visit europe which is at 8.000 km
  10. 2 points
    I find it hard to completely agree about that knowing there are countries like Brazil or Colombia, but I'd say Slovakia ranks very high
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  12. 1 point
    Lotte Smiseth Sejersted retired as well, didn't expect that The list is pretty long, that surprises me ahead of the Olympic season.. Sarka Strachova (CZE, 85) Klaus Kroell (AUT, 80) Fabienne Suter (SUI, 85) Georg Streitberger (AUT, 81) Jens Byggmark (SWE, 85) Lotte Smiseth Sejersted (NOR, 91) Marc Gini (SUI, 84) Leanne Smith (USA, 87) Joachim Puchner (AUT, 87) Anton Lahdenperae (SWE, 85) Marion Pellissier (FRA, 88) Christoph Nösig (AUT, 85) Laurie Mougel (FRA, 88) Merle Soppela (FIN, 91)
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    Good closing ceremony @uk12points!! You were an amazing host. Once again, congratulations on your win I can't wait for the next contest in Tunisia, I'm sure @tuniscof & @amen09 will pull another great show!!
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    And with that we say goodbye to Brighton. But as we leave Britain to head on to our next hosts there's a chance for a whistlestop tour! We begin with a flying visit in London our urban capital! Heading North to Scotland, a region of stunning natural beauty: And finishing in the only natural way, on our breathtaking coast: Goodbye Totallympics - we've loved having you! But up next its the turn of Tunisia and Brazil!
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    Yeah! The team were fantastic! I never throught we'd make it out of Division 1B after so many missed opportunities - hopefully we can stay in 1 A for a little while now!
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    THE SPORT Brighton might not automatically spring to mind when you think of British sport, but there are a few suprises in store .. But nothing can sum up Brighton's sport better than the Miracle in Brighton! There has also been a craze of race walking, but not just 50km, no that's for weaklings they do 165 kilometres! Sadly the craze has rather changed in Brighton, they now seem to like running whilst being pelted with paints instead! But there is one sport that dominates all in Brighton and Sussex - take Cricket, Rounders and middle aged women - mix them up and stir it around and what have you got - Stoolball! It is hugely popular in Sussex, most villages have a team and I can admit it is great fun to play and much more exciting than cricket or baseball/softball. I am counting down the days until it is added to the Olympic programme once the IOC realise their pursuit of increased youth appeal has put off some elderly fans - this would bring them flocking back!
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    THE PIER You will have all seen it, been on it, probably had a seagull attack you on it and nearly fallen off it! But that's why we love Brighton Pier! Yes, this one! The one that's not burnt down! In fact, very little is known about why it burnt down, the person was never caught, but nevertheless it remains as a derelict landmark along our beautiful coastline. But this is Brighton, people don't just walk along the pier, no! They jump over it... And of course, they dance on it...
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    We will now celebrate a whole series of new records achieved at this contest! And where could you imagine a better place to break record than Brighton, where the record for the most number of people to be fitted inside a classic Mini Cooper car was broken (with 27) and where the most people ever re-enacted Kate Bush's iconic Wuthering Heights video!! Brighton's attempt at Beijing 2008 mass participation style performances in ceremonies clearly needs a little more work on synchronisation - but their heart was in the right place! The first records are for... NEW NATIONAL RECORDS
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    actually for the sport no, players and coaches are against......i hope they will let one replacement for GK at least
  20. 1 point
    Apparently he really was "the man to watch".
  21. 1 point
    Heeey with "only" 4 misses he would be 100% in the team, sometimes even higher rate than such Otčenáš or Kazár...
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    Well this was a lot of fun, thanks dcro
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    Go for them guys!! , its funny to see what happen in the Hotel........for the americans director/guionist nothing change in east europe after comunism.....
  24. 1 point
    4 misses for Jan Wernke... Is he a refugee from Slovakian biathlon team?
  25. 1 point
    have you heard about this strange island in Argentina ? this is the image i took now from google earth , i'll do the same after few months , and we will see if it turns
  26. 1 point
    yes ofc they put "Slovakia" into too, they definitely love to make fun of us ...this is why in hockey matches we usually start brawl and beat them
  27. 1 point
    This is epic, the guy jumping from his horse and running like crazy to the shooting range
  28. 1 point
    Beatiful things for watching with all the family
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    I imagine and i told my girlfriend many times "its just a movie", East Europe is not the garbage we see in american movies, another one: European Road Trip when they go to east Europe......and i dont remember if its Slovakia again!!
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    The traditional show jumping-biathlon competition in Hagen, Germany is just about to start. It can be watched here... https://www.clipmyhorse.tv/en_GB/live/1904/horses-dreams-meets-austria This might be @heywoodu's cup of tea.
  31. 1 point
    Hostel! Especially the scenes where the people cut off the criminal's dick and fed it to the dogs and the scene where they used a bunsen burner to burn out someone's eye were...interesting
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    Don´t even mention this movie Garbage to a slovakian it´s the second biggest thing how to upset us after mixing SVK/SLO you can not even realize how much big wave of hate rised here when the film was released..it wasnt even filmed in Slovakia at all http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/4754744.stm
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    May be the next year we will visit Europe, i trust in your judgment for what a typical Slovakian do and what are the real interest touristic places to visit, when i mention your country, my girlfriend remember "with fear" the movie "Hostel"
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    I understand, well if I was your guide, you can count that you´ll attend some local hockey match and definitely a trip to the Tatras including the amazing Ice cave If you are considering to visit SVK, there a lot things to watch even if the country is very small here some touristic picks http://slovakia.travel/en
  35. 1 point
    your musicale culture is the best all of you
  36. 1 point
    Hi to all athletics fans (and not only ), new season in Diamond League is on the corner, with first meeting in Doha in 5th May. As always I invite everyone to play in Fantasy Diamond League! Join to the group called "Totallympics", league pin is 3068251. Edit: Here is link to the site http://www.fantasydiamondrace.com and probably everyone who take part in this in previous season must created new accounts, until you remember your passwords and login
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    Me ? yeah sure, but a professional guides would be a better choice I guess, they know more about places and everything..and at 2 I don´t have a high orientation sense, trust me I almost always lost, each time I was in the Tatras
  38. 1 point
    First post updated, now all links for songs are from official Eurovision channel on YouTube.
  39. 1 point
    I love how the forum comes alive with these contests. Unfortunately i wasn't able to be here yesterday to join in, but was able to peep here and there to see how things went. It's a lot of fun and a bit tiring to go through 100+ pages. A big thanks to everyone that voted for Bulgaria. Next time in the Open contest, i'd make time for a larger participation, already have a few songs on my mind. Congrats to all the medalists and especially to GB and @uk12points for an excellent contest and a well deserved win after all the hard work he put in. Let's see if he will have the desire to do it all again next year. Also it is a bit strange that from all 3 medalists i didn't vote for neither of them.
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    Thanks They come from a small town near where I live so it's really great to see them to doing so well. I hope they can qualify for Tokyo!
  41. 1 point
    Lol, Finland is the only non-big curling nation that got qualification in mixed event. So much for this event allowing smallers ones to get into Olympics.
  42. 1 point
    Congratulations Great Britain on another victory, very well deserved!! Huge personal congrats goes to uk12points for delivering a wonderful show, really top class hosting! And thanks for all the time and effort you dedicated to give us this great day of entertainment I was only dipping in and out in the last voting segments and didn't want to miss thanking anyone who voted for Ireland. I didn't get time to check all individually but I want to thank dearly and for adding to our total . If I missed anyone I am truly sorry. Disappointing day for Ireland this time. Two Door Cinema Club didn't strike a chord with the international juries this time and clearly I will need to try something different next time . But as always there are winners and losers so big congrats to all the big winners this time... to GB on their second TISC victory and to for a stunning bronze medal success And my final note goes to the silver medal winners Brazil..... "Hear Me Now" was an amazing choice of song and by coincidence I heard the song for the first time in the same week that it was nominated for representation here at TISC! Absolutely loved it and as Wanderer said earlier, this definitely was right on the mark in terms of my taste. Thanks to all for a fun-filled contest, as always I enjoyed your company and looking forward to TISC Open in Tunisia later this year. I'm going back to the bar now to rejoin Séamus, apparently there is a free-bar courtesy of our kind hosts so come join us if you want to continue the party
  43. 1 point
    It was really good song and as many people said, language should doesn't matter Hopefully that you will compete in next contest(s) with such good songs
  44. 1 point
    wow 4th place ! and just 1 point away from the podium. have to say I didn't expect that at all. actually I would be happy with just not finishing last to me that was a very good music but I didn't expect non-Persian speakers to vote for that. I was somehow following the thread in evening, was kind of busy to write anything myself but that was fun, thanks everybody who voted for Iran
  45. 1 point
    I agree with all OlympicsFan has said about english language, but I don't think there's anything we can do honestly... some users (most of the time the younger ones) like english language songs too much.
  46. 1 point
    Hello and welcome to the 2017 Totallympics Annual International Song Contest! We're about to get started...oh wait
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