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Showing content with the highest reputation on 22/01/18 in all areas

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    The quality of my pics will be bad compared to leli's but here are a few from when I was in Ireland last year:
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    Dutch decline everything in alpine skiing. Did not see that coming.
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    Jedva cekam da Maja ne pobede i napravi skandal kako je sve namesteno
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    Zar Dusan Svilar jos peva? Ja sam mislio da je odavno odustao.
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    On what basis would you decline any quota? Isn't participating at the OG alone worth something anymore?
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    So the marathon of confirming the quotas started. Sill a long way to go, but we already have some rejections: Ski Cross: rejected one female spot. It should go to Halfpipe: rejected one male spot. It should go to
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    I add only 30 quotas and not 37 for Canada and 31 for USA
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    Victor Santos will represent Brazil in the men's cross-country It was already more or less certain, but after Leandro Lutz' last-ditch attempt in Turkey didn't work out, it was confirmed. They celebrated with a good pizza dinner in Livigno (ITA) yesterday, and rightly so, going from the favelas to the Olympics in 3-4 years is a performance to be incredibly proud of
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    But isn't this what you've always wanted? Close matches that last for as long as possible?
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    https://www.blic.rs/zabava/vesti/ekskluzivno-otkrivamo-imena-ucesnika-beovizije-koji-ce-se-boriti-da-predstavljaju/yelf4n5 Beti Djordjevic, Leo Martin? Sta je ovo? 1980.?
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    Meni je drago sto nisu na spisku!!! Treba uvesti mlade polako na seniorska takmicenja jer sam ja vec otpisao Sebica, Pletikosica a narocito Ivanu!!
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    Update whit the official teams (:LTU and :CZE). From now the official teams are in geen
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    and first player from Korea in GS 1/4
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    https://twitter.com/jamie_murray/status/955387302775320576 This! I agree with Jamie 100%. Amazing. He really looks like Novak in best days.
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    No way, your pics are really good!
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    Ah, he lost 4th set tie-break.... Meanwhile, Chung won first set against Djokovic, 7-6 Great matches this season in Melbourne
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    Ice hockey, and not Bandy WTF, man ? What the hell with this kid's game? These "games" are a yankee plot anyway, the Nordic Games will prevail. Can't wait for the 2026 Games Real sports for real men. EDIT: lol @ "2026". What century do I think I'm living in I obviously meant the 1926 Nordic Games.
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    Commentator said like 5 times that the only way for both Czech crews to qualify for 2nd heat is if they tie for 20th place. And guess what happened? They tied.
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    Team Canada Skip: Rachel Homan Lead: Lisa Weagle Second: Joanne Courtney Third: Emma Miskew Alternate: Cheryl Bernard ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team China Skip: Wang Bingyu Lead: Ma Jingyi Second: Liu Jinli Third: Zhou Yan Alternate: Jiang Xindi ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team Denmark Skip: Madeleine Dupont Lead: Mathilde Halse Second: Julie Hoegh Third: Denise Dupont Alternate: Lina Almind Knudsen ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team Great Britain Skip: Eve Muirhead Lead: Lauren Gray Second: Vicki Adams Third: Anna Sloan Alternate: Kelly Schafer ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team Japan Skip: Satsuki Fujisawa Lead: Yurika Yoshida Second: Mari Motohashi Third: Chinami Yoshida Alternate: Yumi Suzuki ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Olympic Athletes from Russia Skip: Victoria Moiseeva* Lead: Julia Guzieva* Second: Galina Arsenkina* Third: Uliana Vasileva* Alternate: Julia Portunova* * subject to International Olympic Committee approval ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team South Korea Skip: Kim Eun-Jung Lead: Kim Yeong-Mi Second: Kim Yeon-Seong Third: Kim Kyeong-Ae Alternate: Kim Cho-Hi ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team Sweden Skip: Anna Hasselborg Lead: Sofia Mabergs Second: Agnes Knochenhauer Third: Sara McManus Alternate: Jennie Wahlin ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team Switzerland Skip: Silvana Tirinzoni Lead: Marlene Albrecht Second: Esther Neuenschwander Third: Manuela Siegrist Alternate: Jenny Perret ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Team United States Skip: Nina Roth Lead: Becca Hamilton Second: Aileen Geving Third: Tabitha Peterson Alternate: Cory Christensen
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    Charles Davis - Shooting - 1972 Olympics - Died 10 January Jerzy Gros - Athletics - 1976 Olympics - Died 17 January Eric Luoma - XC Skiing - 1964 Olympics - Died 16 January John Pierik - Shooting - 1980/1984 Olympics - Died 14 January Rody Rijnders - Rowing - 1968 Olympics - Died 15 January Olympic silver medallist Aristidis Robianis - Athletics and Basketball - 1952 Olympics - Died 13 January Wojtech Rydz - Rowing - 1952 Olympics - Died 8 January
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    Carla Marangoni - Gymnastics - 1928 Olympics(!)- Died 18 January Olympic silver medallist. Last survivor of Amsterdam Olympics. Was oldest living Olympic medallist and lived 89 years after her Olympic appearance
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    Carla Marangoni has died at age 102. She was the oldest living Olympic medallist (silver medal in gymnastics in 1928) http://www.gazzetta.it/Sport-Vari/Ginnastica/19-01-2018/ginnastica-addio-carla-marangoni-102-anni-medaglia-olimpica-piu-antica-2401010803899.shtml
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