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  1. 8 points
    As of now, the contest is closed, but the American delegation will like to thank you for coming down here to Orlando to brave the heat to participate in the contest. I'm sorry that you're leaving Florida knowing that we can't do elections right (yes, we're in recount mode here), but I think we can agree that this contest went flawlessly. Anyway, Team USA will figure out the next steps, but there's no doubt we will participate in all future contests.
  2. 7 points
    Turkey breast stuffed with Fontina cheese and Pancetta with a demi-glass bottom accompanied with stuffed potatoes with bacon
  3. 6 points
    Congrats to the winners. After listening to all the songs, I ranked them in order. So with points, my picks would have been... 1. New Zealand NZL - 12 Points 2. Lithuania LTU - 11 Points 3. Ireland IRL - 10 Points 4. Slovakia SVK - 9 Points 5. Romania ROU - 8 Points 6. Slovenia SLO - 7 Points (GB's pick somewhere here) 7. France FRA - 6 Points 8. Italy ITA - 5 Points 9. India IND - 4 Points 10. Russia RUS - 3 Points 11. Turkey TUR - 2 Points 12. United States USA - 1 Point Greece and Indonesia close behind.
  4. 5 points
  5. 5 points
    Hi, used to follow the blog before Rio and a couple of days ago found the forum while searching for Tokyo qualifying systems. Decided to stop lurking and here I am
  6. 5 points
    At the moment I am travelling from Rhosllanerchrugog to Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn. I can not complain about Polish place names....
  7. 5 points
    If you were with us on Saturday, we had 4 contests running simultaneously throughout the day. Besides the main contest, we held a regional team challenge, a mixed music'thlon, and an all-around competition. So without further ado, let's hand out those awards. First up, it's the regional team challenge, where all 35 countries were drawn to one of 7 regions. Gold: Great Lakes -- @OlympicIRL @Gigs @Agger @Memo @amen09 @tuniscof Silver: Atlantic -- yours truly + @Olympian1010 @stefanbg @Bohemia @Benolympique @hckosice @Damian Bronze: Northeast -- @Wanderer @Werloc @Griff88 @heywoodu @uk12points Next is the mixed music'thlon, which was actually a trial run, billed as more urban and more inclusive, which turned into a success. The side contest basically allowed me and fellow female jurors @Bohemia @DaniSRB and @Pablita to play with the boys. Gold: Team Stunning -- @Bohemia @Benolympique @Agger Silver: Team Cranberries -- @DaniSRB @dareza @OlympicIRL Bronze: Team Roxette -- yours truly + @Olympian1010 @Finnator123 Honorable mention to Team Jazzu -- @Pablita @Henry_Leon @SteveParker @Gianlu33 @hckosice Finally, we have the all-around competition, where at least 30 countries who competed in the Jubilee and this contest had their points added up. Gold: Silver: Bronze:
  8. 5 points
    Congrats @Agger for the victory Thank you @Glen, @OlympicIRL, @Dolby, @thepharoah, @Janakis, @Werloc, @Pabloffo, @Enrique, @africaboy, @Bohemia @Benolympique, @Griff88, @Agger, @rybak, @Henry_Leon @Gianlu33 @Pablita @SteveParker, @justony, @Memo, @bestmen, @titicow @vinipereira, @FC Mezhgorye for the points! Congrats to @dezbee2008 for the fantastic running the show and my collegue @OlympicIRL for the silver in music'thlon :D
  9. 4 points
    Test events serves as a preliminary overview of how structures should work in many ways. For example, questions of logistics, security, work teams etc. In addition to identifying possible problems, that can be solved before the Olympics, instead of only realizing them when the Olympics begin.
  10. 4 points
  11. 4 points
    Time ago I did these for my girlfriend :D I don't think they need any presentation
  12. 4 points
    Welcome everyone to the closing ceremony of the 2018 Totallympics Open International Song Contest. As per tradition, we will bring back this year's open winner Tina Dickow to perform her winning song Sacre Coeur
  13. 4 points
    That's fine but they should also go harder against arab countries regarding Israel.
  14. 3 points
    Happy Thanksgiving!!! I’m thankful for all of you and your contributions to this forum and my number 1 passion, international sports. I celebrated in a truly Totallympian way by running a 5k (my time was 25:30 even though I stopped training 2 and 1/2 weeks ago). Have a great day, and stuff your face too .
  15. 3 points
    Mind as well post this wonderful summer picture i took 3 years ago to say goodbye to summer & hello to winter
  16. 3 points
    At halftime, the referee had heard that his mother had died (she was in the hospital and he had asked his family to keep him updated).
  17. 3 points
    No worries But in fact recognizing males and females in slovakia/czech rep. is the most easier thing in the world, you just have to watch their surnames women´s receive their father's surname at birth and take their husband's name when they marry. However, the names are not exactly the same; the endings differ to fit into the czech/slovak language's systems of gender adjectives. This means when you see any surname finishing with ová or á it´s a woman. quick lesson: if men´s surname finish by -ý his wife, daughters, sisters (until they marry) will have surname finished by -á example: male´s surname is Novotný his wife or daughter became Novotná male´s surname is Kaliský, Suchý, Rychlý, Hrubý etc... their wifes, daughters surnames became Kaliská, Suchá, Rychlá, Hrubá... in all other cases the females surname finish by -ová. (if the surname finish by a vowel - not ý - you just have to remove it before adding the -ová) example: male´s surname is Cibulka - wife, daughters are Cibulková male´s surname is Fialka - wife, daughters are Fialková Zuzula - Zuzulová Vlha - Vlhová if the male´s surname finish by consonant, it´s even easier, for womens surname you just add ová, without making any changes Poliak - Poliaková, Hantuch - Hantuchová, Dukát - Dukátová, Schmiedl - Schmiedlová, Sagan - Saganová etc...
  18. 3 points
    Starting from the fact that I'm politically distant from the minister, or better, I'm politically opposite to the minister and to this government in general. It is difficult to trust this government, apart from the ideas they have towards Europe that are silly, to say the least. The fact is that this minister, that is the actual leader of the government, is in contrast with the other (supposed, but in practice inconsistent) leader of the government, who is totally against the olympics. And this contrast is exacerbated by the fact that a third city (Turin), whose goverment is of the same party of this second minister, has withdrawn from the bid. All this premise to say these two things: 1) not sure if this government will last to next summer (but even next spring), so probably they won't give any decision; 2) Italian politics is a mess and find something trustworthy is almost impossible, and this since the end of WWII. However, my opinion is that in practice a way to have political and financial support from the government will be found, especially if Stockholm withdraws, officially or not. Also considering what happened in Veneto, that is where Cortina stays, this is a good chance to have external fundings to make that region on its track again. In theory.
  19. 3 points
    If Slovakia's idea of selling beer is having naked men on TV, I feel like moving there.
  20. 3 points
    Argentina will be the last option standing, just wait and see I'll finally go to a winter Olympics
  21. 3 points
    Thankfully it will be over in just 6 episodes. Maybe then, the constant spaming i have received over the years, for something that i don't care, can finally stop.
  22. 3 points
    Once again, the final scoreboard  FINAL Argentina 72 Denmark 202 Netherlands 69 United States 182 Chile 61 Ireland 127 Slovakia 60 Great Britain 113 Italy 56 Bulgaria 109 Canada 55 Brazil 109 Slovenia 53 Algeria 107 Turkey 52 New Zealand 105 Mexico 52 Portugal 104 Colombia 51 Poland 103 Russia 49 Serbia 101 Egypt 43 France 99 Croatia 37 Lithuania 94 Tunisia 37 Austria 84 Indonesia 29 Malta 81 Greece 28 Romania 81 India 27 Finland 80 Spain 18
  23. 3 points
    Sorry this is a bad angle, but this was the parade of nations.
  24. 3 points
    Thanks to @bestmen @Memo & @vinipereira for giving points to the Mexican song. Special congratulations to @dezbee2008. Thank you so much for all the time and commitment in making this edition wonderful and entertaining. Congratulations @Agger for your victory. A great song that surely deserved the top prize Also congratulations to USA and Ireland joining the podium and adding another medal to their TISC record.
  25. 3 points
    Congratulations @Agger for the win!! Good job done @dezbee2008 @Olympian1010 and for the second place, Congrats. also at @OlympicIRL for bronze medal (and for manage another great contest) As always Italian jury voted for all Top-3 songs and all three have totalized same points (voted by 3 of 4 members, and ranked with the tie-break rules 2nd, 3rd and 4th) Personally speaking, I'm sad that song don't have pts from Italy, (voted only by two members, and out for 1pts) @stefanbg
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