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  1. 3 points
    It's time for FIBA to just cancel the WR qualification and let 6 or 7 teams qualify from the QT depending on which host team gets the automatic quota.
  2. 1 point
    I already wrote many very long pamphletes against all the "judged sports" at the Olympics... but in some cases, like Artistic Swimming, Rhythmic Gymnastics, those freestyle freaks and above all breakdance, to me they are just NOT sports at all...they are just entertaining shows which have nothing to do with real competition (which to me it's almost only man vs man or man vs time)... Olympic Motto is "Altius, Citius, Fortius"...and those activities don't match any of these criteria to elect their "champions", therefore they shouldn't even be recognized as true sports by the IOC... that's my point of view about this question (to make it short...don't want to get anybody "bored to death" )... obviously, I don't expect everybody to agree with me, but at the same time, it would take a miracle to make me change my mind on that...
  3. 1 point
    Dominik Dziuda is another great talent from Maciej Gałowski's stable. If the boy doesn't mess up his mind, in a few years he will be the second world champion in karate, who trained at Olimp Lodz. Doraw Banaszczyk is the only hope to show his skills at tatami in Tokyo. Gawłowski knows his training.
  4. 1 point
    Nah, this is just some ultra nationalistic crap of some morons on both sides easily manipulated and stimulated by stupid politicians, normal peoples don´t give two shits about things that happened more than a freaking century ago anymore...
  5. 1 point
    First careers Giro d´Italia (including the first 3 stages few km from borders) confirmed he also said he´ll still also race the TdF and is envisaging the Olympics road race 6 days later (rumors saying both Sagan bros will form our 2 mans Tokyo squad)
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    surprise surprise, Bahrain just beat Qatar to face South Korea in the final. Bahrain played great from start to finish and if it wasn't for some miraculous saves from Qatar GK Saric the gap could be 7-8 goals. well I guess it was just our bad luck Bahrain had a bad day against South Korea to eliminate Iran (folks here think Bahrain lost intentionally which is nonsense I watched the match) and that big mistake from the refs in IRN-KUW match also changed lots of things here, they did a favor to all those teams in intercontinental Qualification group by letting Qatar and Bahrain play in the semifinal and not the final. I'm sure in Asia only Bahrain can beat Qatar, they are just a bad matchup for Qatar. Bahrain-Korea will be close but I think Bahrain will win this time. and special thanks to whoever made the seeding for the draw, Qatar and KSA only had to beat Hong Kong and India in the group round !!!
  8. 1 point
    It's been a while since I had a new ski jumper to cheer for, let's go Hektor
  9. 1 point
    SVK Male ski jumper yupiii still only 12 years old but apparently with some interesting potential, became the first ever to jump over 120m after Tomáš Zmoray 8 years ago anyway he is currently officially the only one and sole active slovak male ski jumper, hope he wont give up too soon
  10. 1 point
    Where is the Totallympics site located?
  11. 1 point
    No big change today apart from Chinese Taipei casually losing 4,000,000 points...they are at 6,511,235 now.
  12. 1 point
    Like so many sports, speed skating really doesn't need a mixed relay. Or in this case it doesn't even need a relay at all. There's already the team pursuit and the bullshit team sprint.
  13. 1 point
    Not about qualified nations but Myanmar has the potential to qualify in badminton. Their best player, Thet Htar Thuzar, is currently 46th in women's singles Olympic ranking and that means she is holding the 27th spot (from provisional 34) as of this week. If she can keep her performance for another 6 month, she can easily qualify.
  14. 1 point
    PUERTO RICO Puerto Rico's pick for the Festival of Music is Tomy Torres, born in San Juan in 1971. Though better known to the world for his roles as writer and producer of Spanish language artists, such as Ricky Martin, Ricardo Arjona and Alejandro Sanz, which have earned several Grammy and Latin Grammy Awards, he also has ventured as a singer, like with his 2008 album "Tarde o temprano", from which the homonym single was released to great succes not only in his homeland, but also in countries all across Latin American. Tommy Torres - Tarde o temprano
  15. 1 point
    Men's Marathon Oh Joohan 2:08:42, formerly Wilson Loyanae of Kenya https://www.iaaf.org/athletes/kenya/wilson-loyanae-erupe-264299
  16. 1 point
    Burkina Faso, Panama and Paraguay in road cycling. Now hopefully one of them will find the finish line next year.


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