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Showing content with the highest reputation on 04/04/19 in all areas

  1. 4 points
    phelps is a very old man, everyone knows that breakdancing, freestyle skatesurfing and rap battling while dressed as ninja turtles are the future of the Olympics...no more boring sports for middle-aged and rural people!
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  4. 2 points
    I know, that´s a entire eternity...
  5. 2 points
    proud of my beard and hair getting grey... now the young women look at me in a different way, with more respect and interest...and as I'm old "inside", but not so old "outside", this feature makes me interesting also for women in their 30s and 40s...which means that I've never had so many "chances" like nowadays...
  6. 2 points
    Thinking about maybe starting a daily (nightly, maybe weekly) show about highlights from the sport world. It would be more of bad podcast type thing. Also, thinking about writing news articles/opinion pieces/conducting studies on a regular basis and publishing them on here, in a separate Totallympics News section or something.
  7. 2 points
    New Record Alert!! Totallympics Record Number of Posts by Month March 5716 Good news! March 2019 saw a total of 5716 posts which is a record total for the month of March on Totallympics. Congratulations everyone!
  8. 1 point
    You still have 6:30 hours to send them
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    KHL Conference Finals Eastern Conference: by the way, finally Avangard won game #4 by a score of 4-2, thanks to the day of his career by Ilya Mikheyev, who scored twice, included the game winner just after Salavat's comeback mid second period... now the guys from Omsk/Balashikha lead the series 3-1 and next Saturday in Balashikha (5 p.m. local, 4 p.m. CET), in game #5, they have the chance to earn their Gagarin Cup spot at home... and just to remember the big rivalry between the 2 teams, why not gifting the audience a couple of big brawls? "nema problema"...today we also had that, both at the end of period #2 and at the end of the game, after the Avangard's ridiculous insurance goal scored by Denis Zernov with just a little more than a minute to go...the highlights below these lines, today are more than recommanded... game #4 highlights
  13. 1 point
    I'm glad the T-Rex got some recognition
  14. 1 point
    Meh, Steve Guerdat took it right at the end. I hoped to see a Belgian sweep just for the heck of it (and to make @heywoodu jealous). Round 1 Results Standings after Round 1
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    ATTENTION Passengers flying to Mexico This is the last call for: @Pabloffo @Damian @thepharoah @Janakis @Dolby @Glen @heywoodu @FC Mezhgorye @DaniSRB @tuniscof
  18. 1 point
    Thanks. I don't need any extra rights or content or anything when making a small donation, having no ads whatsoever (also mobile) and knowing it helps keep Totallympics online is easily enough.
  19. 1 point
    Since, well, now I have been harassed by this rather annoying message (including a huge typo in the big button): Only asking it for the 50th time, but why not have an option to donate a small amount in exchange for (in this case) not having this kind of message? Because I'm not turning off my AdBlock, almost nothing gets me to hate a website faster than ads.
  20. 1 point
    this exactly remind me the story about the KHL journalist Ulyana Trigubchakova who promised to undress herself if Salavat Ufa will qualify to the Conference final, ofc after the team made it to the final, the captain of the team Grigori Panin immediately asked for execution of the promise and she did it ... just visit her instagram
  21. 1 point
    Draw is out for the first round. There were two pots overall. Athletes from pot 1 were drawn 1-9, while athletes from pot 2 were drawn 10-18. Controversially, two of the wild card athletes (Lyle and Scholtens) somehow ended up in the more desired pot 2. Scholtens was in fact so lucky that she will get to start last. https://inside.fei.org/news/all-systems-go-drawn-order-decided-fei-world-cup%E2%84%A2-finals Meanwhile, here we have yet another newsletter about the fan favorite. @OlympicIRL
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    and won the penalties shoot-out 1-0, so final result of the opening match - 2-1 after Penalty Shoot-Outs. 2 points for Germany, 1 point for sweden in the tally This result may have a huge impact, (the head-to-head result is remember the main tie-breaker criteria in case of two or more teams tied at points). since the last 2 teams of this group will be relegated to the Division I A.
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    only because I just can't afford it...
  25. 1 point
    Gonna watch all the action live! :
  26. 1 point
    I sense a midlife crises is coming. At least you have not bought a Ferrari or Lamborghini, right?
  27. 1 point
    we thought the same when the "5* stars" movement first appeared on the Italian political scene... now we have them leading the government...with the results that all the people around the world can see day by day... never underestimate the stupidity of the majority of the voting people...even in a politically more "educated" Country like France...
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    KHL Conference Finals Eastern Conference: Ready? Steady. Go! not even 10 minutes into the 3rd game of the series and it was basically already over... Salavat Yulaev Ufa took advantage of the great athmosphere in their home arena and started fast and furious, scoring 3 goals in the first period (Artyom Sergeyev, Joonas Kemppainen, Teemu Hartikainen), who killed any hope for Avangard...the last 2 periods were just "cosmetic"... the final score was 5-1 in favor of the home team, adding also a pair of empty netters just for the stats... So, now Avangard still lead the series 2-1, but Salavat look definitely on top of their game and today thet have the chance to tied the match up by playing once again in front of their very supportive home fans in game #4... game #4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, which is scheduled for later Today in Ufa (7 p.m. local, 4 p.m. CET) Game #3 highlights Western Conference: There has been very marginal difference between game #3 and #4 in this series... CSKA played better, had more puck possession and more ice time in the offensive zone...they did even score the first goal of the game in the 1st period (thanks to Mikhail Naumenkov), like it happened last Monday... but once again SKA refused to lose in front of their fans and came back like last Monday, first tying the game in the 2nd period (goal by Nikolai Prokhorkin) and then scoring a couple of goals in the 3rd stint, thanks to Nikita Gusev first (game winner, power play goal) and Sergei Plotnkiov then (basically this is the only difference with Monday's game...they dind't need to go to the OT...and the final score was 3-1) with the cooperation of a not so focused CSKA's defence, especially on the 3rd goal... now the series flies back to Moscow on the tied score of 2-2...we'll see if CSKA get back dominating as in the first 2 games played at home or if SKA have finally found the way to get into CSKA players' minds and keep their positive streak running... game #5 of the Western Conference Finals is scheduled for Tomorrow in Moscow, as usual @ 7.30 p.m. local, 6.30 p.m. CET game #4 highlights
  29. 1 point
    Same I had I much trouble with that when I got to my 12th to 8th spots
  30. 1 point
    At 5.43am (Slept randomly this night lol) i have finally sent my votes :P
  31. 1 point
    Canadian Trials, day one results (world qualifiers/A standard listed ) Women's 100m back Kylie Masse, 58.16 Taylor Ruck, 58.55 Men's 100m back Markus Thormeyer, 53.35, New NR, breaks a 10 year old record Women's 200m breaststroke Sydney Pickrem, 2:22.63 Kelsey Wog, 2:22.82 3 women got the top 3 times in the world in the 200m breaststroke event, but the original winner Kierra Smith at 2:21.75 was dq'd Women's 1500m freestyle Mackenzie Padington, 16:23.66 Other winners, not yet qualified for worlds (they need to qualify in an Olympic event first). Women's 50m butterfly Maggie MacNeil, 26.15* Men's 50m butterfly Will Pisani, 23.57* No one qualified in the men's 200m breastroke or 800m freestyle.
  32. 1 point
    It’s because they didn’t hire Totallympics TV
  33. 1 point
    Not yet, but according to the comentator, Mourao is closing her country's relay, with a little advantage against for bronze.
  34. 1 point
    Well, Colombia, Turkey and Venezuela are all pretty much on the same boat of activity on the forum, but might show up just for the voting, Chile is a 50/50 and there wasn't a single time where Janakis wouldn't vote on the final day, so not really worried for Greece in that department
  35. 1 point
    Biathlon has become more popular than ever methinks hence the new record
  36. 1 point
    The Barkley Marathon began yesterday . It is known as the toughest endurance race (and I totally recommend watching the documentaries made about it). Currently there is only Karel Sabbe from left in the race after loop 4 of 5. He to do the impossible to make the cutoff for the last loop. Looks like no finishers again this year . Laz (the race director) wins again. P.S the is the only race in the world with an unknown start time (there is a period of 12 hours in which the race can start (runners are given a half hour warning before the start)) and the only race starting by the lighting of a cigarette and firecrackers.
  37. 0 points
    It would not exactly make me jealous but thanks, now I know what's your deal here.
  38. 0 points
    Quite some stuff going on about two Ethiopians in the under-20 race in Aarhus, who are officially listed as 18 years old (December 2000), but arguably might look a little older...another problem with birth registration and paperwork like that?


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