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  1. 2 points
    this system is stupid , it should be 4 groups including Asia Africa Oceania
  2. 2 points
    TISC 2019 Results according to Eurovision voting (no 9 or 11 pts) 1 IRELAND 194 20 GREECE 73 2 NETHERLANDS 144 23 PORTUGAL 44 3 AUSTRALIA 111 22 ROMANIA 50 4 DENMARK 108 25 MEXICO 41 5 FRANCE 92 18 UNITED STATES 58 7 GERMANY 86 27 SLOVAKIA 39 8 ITALY 72 24 SPAIN 43 6 TUNISIA 89 29 FINLAND 37 9 NEW ZEALAND 72 28 INDONESIA 39 10 COLOMBIA 72 26 VENEZUELA 40 16 P.R. OF CHINA 58 31 SLOVENIA 32 12 POLAND 66 30 TURKEY 32 13 ALGERIA 62 32 SERBIA 25 15 LITHUANIA 61 34 RUSSIA 24 11 BRAZIL 68 33 INDIA 25 14 GREAT BRITAIN 62 35 NORWAY 18 21 CROATIA 51 36 EGYPT 16 19 ARGENTINA 53 37 BULGARIA 7 20 MALTA 53 38 CHILE 2
  3. 2 points
    Semifinals Men's 58kg: Braganca vs Plaza Jang vs Guzman Women's 46kg: Tan vs Momenzadeh Sim vs Khantikulanon Women's 73kg: Ble vs Lee Kus vs Espinoza
  4. 2 points
    2019 World Cup, Stage #5 (Changwon, KOR) Women's Trap Gold: Deng Weiyun Silver: Wang Xiaojing Bronze: Ashley Carroll Olympic Quota: United States, France
  5. 2 points
    IMO, any group in team sports which features Peru is the "easiest" group. Again, I'm glad mexico at least will win one match in both water polo competitions.
  6. 2 points
    Here are my votes: 12 pts 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1st res 2nd res 3rd res Thanks for the votes. Haven't had much time to follow this time, but I will be back for the Open with a great edition in cooperation with @wumo26
  7. 1 point
    DAY 6 IN IMAGES this one for all Canadians in the forum @Nate River @Topicmaster1010 @juddy96 @intoronto there were plenty of similar banners everywhere in the arena tonight, I saw the guys from this pic btw
  8. 1 point
    Don't worry Benolympique, Jonathan Lobert will qualify
  9. 1 point
    We've partnered with the Univ. of Tokyo and JAXA to launch the “G-SATELLITE Go to Space” project. Carrying GUNDAM, this is the first time a satellite commissioned for the Games will orbit the earth
  10. 1 point
    For the second match in a row loses in the last seconds. This is so sad for the tournament.
  11. 1 point
    that was their last chance , SVK is eliminated now no chance vs Denmark
  12. 1 point
    and finally we have the last results of the day, too... Women's 73kg Lee b. Ble Espinoza b. Kus which means that Korea are 3 for 3 in the Gold Medal matches on day #1 and Mexico also had a wonderful day with 2 guys in the final act of their respective weight classes...
  13. 1 point
    10 plus medal race, but we are already one race behind schedule due to weather.
  14. 1 point
    Ben Simmons will play for Australia. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-15/ben-simmons-will-play-boomers-at-fiba-basketball-world-cup/11115280
  15. 1 point
    Yes, he was suspended by Rai few hours ago
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  17. 1 point
    You make me surprise with your opinion about this.
  18. 1 point
    POWER RANKING Edition 3 14th May 2019 (Day 5) In our third Power Rankings of 2019, Russia leads the parade after its 3-0 blanking of the Czech Republic. The Finns drop to second and the U.S. is third. 1 RUS Russian goalie never breaks 2 FIN Mr. Larkin, it was a privilege to serve as your pylons 3 USA DeBrincat is one cool cat 4 SWE Time for Nylander to renegotiate 5 SUI Take it easy on that bottle, Fiala! 6 GER Like the Flyers, we will use ALL the goalies 7 CAN When you leave it that late, it’s called puckrastination 8 LAT 65 is also how old that Italian goalie feels now 9 CZE Voracek was transfixed by Malkin’s freshly shaved cheeks 10 SVK Hockey is more fun when Getzlaf takes five for kneeing 11 DEN We’re one step closer to beating Canada 47-0 12 FRA When in doubt, ask yourself: “What would Antoine Roussel do?” 13 NOR [Insert melting polar ice cap metaphor here] 14 AUT The hills ain’t alive with the sound of music 15 ITA Forget about the Goths – Rome was sacked by the Latvians 16 GBR The Queen is gonna go full Daenerys Click here to check out the previous editions of the Power Rankings. Edition 1 (Day -1) Edition 2 (Day 3) The Power Rankings are for the enjoyment of IIHF.com readers, and reflect the progress of teams during the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. They are distinct from the official standings and IIHF World Ranking.
  19. 1 point
    All of whom in the past have been at Slovenian Perutnina Ptuj, which already had three dopers back in the day. Interesting team
  20. 1 point
    Women's trap: quota for (Ashley Carroll) and (Melanie Couzy).
  21. 1 point
    Entries are out for the Groups F/G qualification event. China (4 riders will be chosen) Bao Yingfeng (Teseo) Bianba Ciren (Sultan de la Motte or Tropic d'Heauville) Alex Hua Tian (Don Geniro or PSH Convivial) Liang Ruiji (Agora de Bordenave or Crackerjack) Sun Huadong (Lady Chin van't Moerven Z) Hong Kong Thomas Heffernan Ho (Jockey Club Charlene OLD or Tayberry) Annie Ho (Lost in Translation or MJI Belle Bonita) Patrick Lam (Jockey Club Weronique) Thailand Arinadtha Chavatanont (Bolleybawn Prince) Weerapat Pitakanonda (Chateau de Versailles M25) Korntawat Samran (Luminous) Supanut Wannakool (Tzar of Her Dreams) Looks like South Africa will not be taking part. Therefore, two nations between will qualify an eventing team. Although, it's not quite that simple. For starters, at least 3 team members need to complete the event for the nation to be eligible. 1000+ team penalties will not get you anything.
  22. 1 point
    This gotta be one of the worst final seasons of all time, especially considering the hype. Everything feels rushed and have no development (the things happening here could be the source for at least two 10-episode seasons). Because of this, the deaths had zero dramatic effect and, in fact, were disrespectful to some of the characters. Then you add some awful writing decisions in the mix and the result is one of the biggest trainwrecks of modern television.
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  24. 1 point
    Oh, right, skateboarders and breakdancers probably don't know the doping controls existed.
  25. 1 point
    All it takes is one win more win to advance to next round. Good luck.
  26. 1 point
    In India, we have 7 national parties (parties who have won a minimum number of votes/seats in atleast 4 different states), around 50 state parties which are confined to a state or two. Apart from these, there are another 50 odd parties which contest polls regularly but are unable to meet the minimum requirements. And after that we have 1000+ parties which are registered but don't contest polls regularly. And at the time of elections, apart from all these parties, we have a large number of independents contesting as well.
  27. 1 point
    Good luck to you too. This one will be a super tight contest, already hyper excited to see the continuation
  28. 1 point
    Weird to see the "USA" there instead of EUA or EEUU.
  29. 1 point
    Snippet of second rehearsal of Serbia
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    Wednesday May 15th, 2019 - Round-Robin Day 5 Results (GMT +2)  Preliminary Round Group A Central European Summer Time (GMT +2) Great Britain 3 - 6 United States Period-by-Period: 1-1, 1-3, 1-2 May 14th 2019, h. 16:15, Steel Arena, Košice Germany 3 - 2 Slovakia Period-by-Period: 0-0, 1-2, 2-0 May 14th 2019, h. 20:15, Steel Arena, Košice Group A Provisional Standing After Day 6 Nation P W(OTW) L(OTL) GF GA +/- Pt. Germany 4 4(0) 0(0) 12 5 +7 12 United States 4 3(1) 1(0) 17 10 +7 8 Finland 3 2(0) 1(1) 9 6 +3 7 Canada 3 2(0) 1(0) 15 8 +7 6 Denmark 3 2(1) 1(0) 15 6 +9 5 Slovakia 4 1(0) 3(0) 13 14 -1 3 France 3 0(0) 3(1) 6 16 -10 1 Great Britain 4 0(0) 4(0) 4 26 -22 0 Group B Central European Summer Time (GMT +2) Switzerland 4 - 1 Norway Period-by-Period: 1-0, 1-0, 2-1 May 14th 2019, h. 16:15, Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava Russia 10 - 0 Italy Period-by-Period: 4-0, 4-0, 2-0 May 14th 2019, h. 20:15, Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava Group B Provisional Standing After Day 6 Nation P W(OTW) L(OTL) GF GA +/- Pt. Russia 4 4(0) 0(0) 23 2 +21 12 Switzerland 4 4(0) 0(0) 20 2 +18 12 Sweden 3 2(0) 1(0) 19 6 +13 6 Czech Republic 3 2(0) 1(0) 12 7 +5 6 Latvia 3 2(0) 1(0) 9 5 +4 6 Austria 3 0(0) 3(0) 2 14 -12 0 Norway 4 0(0) 4(0) 6 25 -19 0 Italy 4 0(0) 4(0) 0 30 -30 0
  31. 0 points
    Final Results (Night Session): Group A Slovakia - Germany 2-3 (0-0, 2-1, 0-2) 23:54 Marc Michaelis (Eisenschmid) 0-1 28:30 Andrej Sekera (Cernak, Tatar) 1-1 29:55 Libor Hudacek (Panik, Tatar) 2-1 58:08 Markus Eisenschmid (Seidenberg, Kahun) 2-2 59:33 Leon Draisaitl (Tiffels, Kahun) 2-3 Group B Russia - Italy 8-0 (4-0, 4-0, 2-0) 00:31 Nikita Zaitsev (Gusev, Kucherov) 1-0 08:30 Dinar Khafizullin (Gusev, Kucherov) 2-0 13:15 Yevgeni Kuznetsov (Barabanov) 3-0 16:14 Alexandr Ovechkin (Kuznetsov) 4-0 20:18 Yevgeni Kuznetsov (Ovechkin, Orlov) 5-0 26:03 Ilya Kovalchuk (Kuznetsov) 6-0 33:41 Yevgeni Dadonov (Kucherov, Gusev) 7-0 36:25 Mikhail Grigorenko (Barabanov) 8-0 44:52 Nikita Kucherov (Khafizullin, Zaitsev) 9-0 45:27 Yevgeni Dadonov (Kovalchuk) 10-0
  32. 0 points
    also 2 Egyptian athletes couldn't get VISA until now and they're not even existing in the athletes' list published on WT site , Mohamed Ayman in +87 kg and Ahmed Wael in -63
  33. 0 points
    as of now, 3 athletes are still without visa, Armin Hadipour received his visa Tuesday evening and will fly to UK tomorrow in the morning. he will arrive in the location couple hours before the weight-in. (what he will do in the competition after being under huge stress for 2-3 days and not sleeping well two nights before the competition is another question) but it seems Mirhashem Hosseini is going to miss the competition he has to be in Manchester tomorrow afternoon for the weight-in and still no visa for him. and the last flight from Tehran to UK before the weight-in is 5 in the morning. soooo only couple hours left. two more are still in Tehran Sajjad Mardani and Erfan Nazemi. women's team had no problem getting visa, and for the men's team, which is very young this time, only 3 of them had been to World Championships before, and these 3 are our only chances in the ranking to qualify for the Olympics, they had been to Manchester only few months ago for the World Grand Prix and all 3 of them finished on the podium. and surprisingly all 3 of them (plus another one Nazemi) denied visa in 1st and 2nd try. just a co-incidence ? PS: from what I heard the whole Armenian team also denied visa Iran's ambassador in UK is still hopeful


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