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    For anyone interested, I've added a Qualification Watch page to my blog. Basically it lists all unqualified nations and which events they may qualify in. These are based on performances over the last two years. Please note that these are chances and not guarantees. Boxing will be added once the qualification process is confirmed. I have also yet to add invitation quotas (outside of athletics/swimming) as it is a bit too early to figure those out. If anyone has any suggestions as to possible events a nation may qualify in, let me know.
  2. 3 points
    They see me skiin', they're hatin'
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    @heywoodu Are Dutch trying on some new riding tactics?
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    I adjusted the list above with new national records highlighted in grey now that we're two weeks further into the season.
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    Next up, Karel Sedlacek of the Czech Republic against Keegan Brown. I'm cheering for @hckosice's countrymanbro
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    I've followed NASCAR more or less since 1993 so you won't convince me on that Bringing up WEC in the era where even Toyota's mechanics could win LeMans as drivers is not the best example.
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    Hockey - 3rd (so far) "Hockey" - 11th (Worlds), 19th (Olympics)
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    Will I manage to squander 2 medals on the last day? keep tuned for this and more.
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    I have changed opinion about some after seeing qualifaction methods and performances... Basketball men Handball men Handball women Field hockey men Field hockey women Volleyball men
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    Excuse my total ignorance. I saw some races, and swimmers spend 70% of the distance underwater doing dolphin kick, rather than actually swimming the appropriate style. I think it makes no sense at all.
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    He has received three dogs as gifts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pets_of_Vladimir_Putin
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    That guy is 8 years too late with the gifts
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    Luxembourg and Saudi Arabia should have a chance in team dressage and team jumping, respectively. Additionally, Hong Kong stands a decent chance in both team and individual jumping since Australia and Japan are already qualified. Philippines and Sri Lanka should have a chance in individual jumping, just like Syria and Morocco from the other group.
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    it looks that Gisin has "only" a fracture in the pelvis (and of course all the troubles related to the fact that he lost consciousness for quite a while on the track before being transported to the Bozen Hospital by helicopter)... however, his condition is defined as "stable" and is future life is not under threat (the consequences to his sports career remain to be evaluated later in the next weeks/months)...
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    Da li hocete da napravim glasanje za sportiste godine?
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    Hopefully it's "only" season-ending...
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    2018 WT Grand Slam Champions Series (Wuxi, CHN) Day #4 (Semifinals) Results women's -49kg Panipak Wongpattanakit b. Kang Bo Ra Ha Min-Ah b. Tan Xueqin women's -57kg Jade Jones b. Marija Stetic Zhou Lijun b. Lee Ah-Reum women's -67kg Lauren Williams b. Ruth Gbagbi Nur Tatar Askari b. Guo Yunfei women's +67kg Bianca Walkden b. Aleksandra Kowalczuk Madelynn Gorman-Shore b. Rebecca McGowan men's -58kg Liu Yushuai b. Kim Tae-Hun Jang Jun b. Armin Hadipour men's -68kg Bradly Sinden b. Lee Dae-Hoon (1st loss of the entire season for him...and it came with a spectacular kick to the head at the last second of round #2 by Sinden...top hit of the year, for sure) Zhao Shuai b. Javier Perez Polo men's -80kg Maksim Khramtcov b. Chen Linglong Hwan Nam Goong b. Milad Beigi men's +80kg In Kyo-Don b. Sun Hongyi Sajjad Mardani b. Song Zhaoxiang
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    Hugo Calderano defeated World no.1 Fan Zhendong 4-2 in Men's ittf grand finals Quarters
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