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    Happy Valentines Day to my little Dutch boy @heywoodu, my American friends @RobtheAggie @dezbee2008 @Rdbc @PandaCat, horse lover @dcro, TISC arch-enemies @wumo26 @Agger, my drunk uncle @bestmen, my taco dealer @mrv86, favorite Slovenian @hckosice, my Lithuanian pal @Werloc, impassioned arguers @Monzanator @OlympicsFan, TISC historian @OlympicIRL, gymnastics nerd @thiago_simoes, prediction maniacs @Wanderer @Pablita, Renaissance Man @phelps @Gianlu33, northern Mexican @intoronto, Argentines @LDOG and @konig, and forum daddies @Sindo @vinipereira
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    Scoreboard For our final act of the opening ceremony, we reveal the full scoreboard, so without further ado, here it is...  Number of Juries Voted So Far: 0 / 35 Argentina 0 Colombia 0 Chile 0 Great Britain 0 Spain 0 Tunisia 0 Romania 0 Croatia 0 France 0 Malta 0 Indonesia 0 Mexico 0 Denmark 0 Serbia 0 Poland 0 United States 0 Italy 0 New Zealand 0 Slovenia 0 Ireland 0 Portugal 0 India 0 Slovakia 0 Finland 0 Netherlands 0 Egypt 0 Turkey 0 Greece 0 Algeria 0 Bulgaria 0 Canada 0 Lithuania 0 Brazil 0 Austria 0 Russia 0 Current Top 5 Positions 1 Colombia ▶︎ 0 2 Great Britain ▶︎ 0 3 Tunisia ▶︎ 0 4 Croatia ▶︎ 0 5 Malta ▶︎ 0 And here's the logo in its form On behalf of the American delegation, I would like to thank @OlympicIRL for helping me organize this task of hosting the contest, which is not easy, but it was worth it. I would also like to thank @vinipereira with the logo despite being away from his home for some time. Special thanks to @hckosice @heywoodu @dcro @mrv86 and many others for their offers, as well as @Olympian1010 for manning the delegation while I held hosting duties. Finally, we'll be starting bright and early at 5 am EST for the main show, so bring your inner emotional lady with you
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    I met our first Asian Games medalist
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    Road to TISC Open 2018 So as we count down the days towards the Grand Final of TISC Open 2018, as with tradition, it's time to kick-off the "Road to TISC" series. This year, the series will be take stock of the roots of the contest and explore the history of each nation in our wonderful contest. It is the intention to revamp the TISC History thread in the near future so that the history is much more accessible to anyone who wishes to go delve into the history or to spend an afternoon reminiscing. While we will continue working on that, let's take a brief look at the history of each of the 57 nations (not forgetting Antarctica of course!) who participated in our fun contests. So let's begin with looking at Bulgaria, followed later this evening by Azerbaijan and Croatia. BULGARIA AT THE TOTALLYMPICS INTERNATIONAL SONG CONTEST Continent - Europe Population: 7.05 million Capital: Sofia TISC Appearances 10 TISC Open Appearances 5 TISC Annual Appearances 5 National Records Best Finish (Overall) 13th Best Finish (Open) 13th Best Finish (Annual) 21st Bulgaria NR Points (Overall) 83 pts Bulgaria NR Points (Open) 83 pts Bulgaria NR Points (Annual) 69 pts Bulgaria NR Average (Overall) 2.59 PPJ Bulgaria NR Average (Open) 2.59 PPJ Bulgaria NR Average (Annual) 2.03 PPJ NR Points Streak (Overall) 3 NR Points Streak (Open) 2 NR Points Streak (Annual) 3 Bulgaria NR Medal Streak 1 TISC Record 0 0 0 List of Bulgarian Entries: #1 TISC Open 2013 Slavi Trifonov & Ku-Ku Band - Ne Me Moli 34th 11 pts #2 TISC Annual 2014 Angel and Moisey - Tazi Snimka Pazi 33rd 21 pts #3 TISC Open 2014 BTR - Spasenie 33rd 27 pts #4 TISC Annual 2015 Deep Zone Project ft. Atanas Kolev - Zig-Zag 30th 15 pts #5 TISC Open 2015 Desislava and Ruslan Maynov - Samo Edna 26th 55 pts #6 TISC Annual 2016 Dia - Veno Neveno 25th 50 pts #7 TISC Open 2016 Georgi Stanchev - Ti Uzhasno Zakasnia 13th 83 pts #8 TISC Annual 2017 Mey - Would You Be Mine 21st 69 pts #9 TISC Open 2017 Bulgaro - Dui Chaves 34th 14 pts #10 TISC Annual 2018 DARA - Nedei 32nd 42 pts Most Successful Bulgarian Entry
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    A promising start: 2019 TAISC Logo Revealed January 10, 2019.- With a promising number of 18 national juries and 24 jury members already registered to rake part in the 2019 Totallympics Annual International Song Contest, this edition has reached another important date, as today marks the beginning for national selections. Yesterday organizers already sent a new call for nations and jury members to manifest their intention to compete, receiving so a positive response and great expectations to see the first song to be chosen to represent its country. This will continue until Sunday, March 3, which is the last day to complete the first phase of the competition. To celebrate this achievement, as well as to encourage further interest from potential contestants, hosts decided to reveal the logo for this year’s contest. In collaboration with prestigious “Pereira Designs Inc.”, the image in questions aims to connect Mexican identity and traditions with both, music and Olympic sports. As explained by the CEO of the organizing Committee the image represents a Mexican “sarape”, one of the countries most recognized garments due to its colorful patterns, which also serves as a music sheet shaped after the borders of the home nation. Furthermore, the colors chosen are meant to represent the Olympic movement and the typography is a homage to the biggest sports event to be host in its soil, the 1968 Summer Olympics, which set a bar in graphic identity for future hosts. *A Mexican sarape Furthermore, organizers asserted they intend to make this edition unique, revealing that they will engage participants and spectators with digital content that will showcase Mexico’s identity and culture, hoping this will provide a positive image about a culture many think they know. Further news to be revealed later today. *Special thanks to @vinipereira for making my concept for the logo a possibility
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    Coming to you this September.... TISC #11 Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2018 Are you ready?
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    GRAND FINAL SCOREBOARD FINAL STANDINGS 1 IRELAND 229 20 GREECE 73 2 NETHERLANDS 171 21 PORTUGAL 69 3 AUSTRALIA 145 22 ROMANIA 68 4 DENMARK 134 23 MEXICO 67 5 FRANCE 131 24 UNITED STATES 65 6 GERMANY 116 25 SLOVAKIA 64 7 ITALY 111 26 SPAIN 58 8 TUNISIA 106 27 FINLAND 57 9 NEW ZEALAND 97 28 INDONESIA 57 10 COLOMBIA 96 29 VENEZUELA 50 11 P.R. OF CHINA 91 30 SLOVENIA 48 12 POLAND 86 31 TURKEY 43 13 ALGERIA 84 32 SERBIA 41 14 LITHUANIA 84 33 RUSSIA 32 15 BRAZIL 84 34 INDIA 28 16 GREAT BRITAIN 80 35 NORWAY 27 17 CROATIA 77 36 EGYPT 24 18 ARGENTINA 75 37 BULGARIA 12 19 MALTA 74 38 CHILE 10 Dearest friends and spectators it has been a pleasure to share these hours in your great company; please join us tomorrow for the Closing Ceremony and the award presentation for the winners of the team competition. Have a good night!
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    Of all the time i could have gone to the cinema, i picked the damn worst one You should have seen my face, when i saw the results after the movie. My friends thought something really "important" had happened (not biathlon fans). This is a moment that just made all the years of suffering, not much financing, small resources, worth the damn. Not only for Vlado Iliev, but for our whole team. And it happened, when the team was having the worst season in years. I think the motivation levels just got very high.
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    Host Venues (yes, you read that right) We're switching things up a bit with the venue, or shall I say 2 venues. The opening ceremony venue will be held at Walt Disney World, while the show itself will be held at Amway Center. About Disney World: In 1955, a brand new theme park was built in Anaheim, California. This park was the idea of Walt Disney and became known as Disneyland. At the time it was one of the biggest and most innovative parks in the world. The ideas behind Disneyland was that Disney could create a place where both kids and adults can go and have fun. From the time of opening, Disneyland became an immediate success. In the mid-1960's, Walt Disney wanted to build another park in Florida, based on the concept started in Disneyland. In 1971, the concept became a reality when Walt Disney World opened in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Unfortunately, Walt Disney passed away in 1966, and never had the chance to see his vision for the park come to fruition. The original idea was to create a new park similar to Disneyland, but with other aspects such as lodging areas and other novel ideas. One of the most creative and innovative ideas that Disney had was the creation of the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. This area, known as EPCOT was to be an area that served as a testing ground for ideas which could be used in cities in the future. These ideas for EPCOT sprang from concepts of the future that were seen in the World's Fair. Over the course of time, Disney World has become one of the most popular destinations for tourists in the world. In fact, the Magic Kingdom which is at the heart of Disney World is the most popular theme park in the world with nearly 17 million visitors going through the park on an annual basis. In addition, EPCOT, Animal Kingdom and the Hollywood Studios attractions are also ranked in the top ten for visitors. Through the course of time, Disney World has increased in size and attractions to become a place that has something for everyone. About Amway Center: From its signature spire and modern architecture to its public spaces and comfortable amenities, the Amway Center is an iconic destination to Central Florida and beyond. The Amway Center features a modern mix of metal and glass exterior materials and the spire serves as a beacon amid Orlando’s vibrant downtown. With an ultimate capacity of more than 20,000 seats, the arena was designed to respond to its distinct urban setting while revealing the activities occurring within. Bounded by Church Street, Hughey Avenue, South Street, and Division Avenue, the Amway Center’s primary entrance faces north to Church Street, creating a natural extension of the nearby downtown entertainment core. The Church Street entry features a large public entry plaza connecting to the Amway Center’s spacious entry lobby.
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    Good, I hope for surfing in Tahiti, skateboarding in Guadeloupe, breakdancing in French Guiana...so we can forget that they're part of the Olympics.
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    Some pics I took while hillwalking at home.... Flynn was enjoying himself, exploring every inch of woodland. And he spotted a nice place to cool down.... Ok, Flynn I think you have had enough bath time. Time to go home...
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    uk12points has told me he won't enter this time so I will instead.
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    Hi everyone, After 2 or 3 years reading this forum anonymously I finally decided to sign up. As many of you I'm a huge fan of the olympics and sports in general, supporting greek and french athletes. See you here!
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    Hello everyone, from 2019 on, we will have a sports calendar here on Totallympics, with the aim of having the most detailed list of all the international sports events going on day by day/week by week/month by month, both for winter and summer sports, both for Olympic and non-Olympic sports. Here is the link to the Calendar and you can also see a shortcut in the home page under the Totallympics logo. The instructions for the Calendar are really quite simple, you can choose 4 different views, by month, by week, by day or "Event Stream" which is a more detailed list by month (the monthly view can get very "heavy" when there are a lot of events going on). All the users will be able to add a new event to the calendar, so to make this project successful we need the help of all of you. If you want to add a new event to the calendar, you just have to click on "Create Event" You can then choose if you want to add the event in the Summer Sports, Winter Sports or Multi-Sport Games calendar and you will be redirected to another page in which you have to choose the dates the event is running: You should always select "This is an all day event" (We are not adding timings to the sport events, it's ok they cover all day). And if the event last for more than one unselect "Single day event" and you will then have to add the Event End. In the bottom part you have a normal text box where you can add the details of the event. You can try and follow the format of the other events already added in the Calendar (example) and a moderator will fix the format if necessary. We are trying to keep track of every single international event (so the National Championships will not be added unless they are with international participation) so the most events we have in the calendar, the better it is. In the following post you will find a list of the sports already added and those already to add in the Calendar for 2019. Keep in mind you can keep adding new events for each sport when you spot a new event which is missing in the calendar. I hope you enjoy it and with the community help we can have the most detailed sports calendar around the web
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    Welcome to the 2018 Totallympics Open International Song Contest The day has finally come. 2 months after we sent out a call to participate in the premiere forum musical competition event, the American delegation will like to welcome you to the 2018 Totallympics Open International Song Contest, our 11th edition overall, our 6th open edition, and it also marks the 5th anniversary of the very first edition that began in the fall (or spring for you southern hemisphere folks) of 2013. But before we get to any of that, let's hear the national anthem of the United States, the Star Spangled Banner, but it's performed by 7-year-old Malea Emma
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    With my brother before Nigeria and SA match , i booked the match before our match vs. SA but i'm not alone here at all
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    There's a strong rumor that the IOC and the organizing committee would consider the reintroduction of karate if the World Karate Federation changed a few rules, there's hope because they are already thinking about: - introducing of an age limit (max. 13 years old); - officially calling the participants k-boys and k-girls, and allow them to use a stage name; - eliminating any kind of scoring system. The winner will be the k-kid with more Instagram followers but he/she will not be told before in order to have a genuine reaction during the announcement; - disqualifying anyone who is wearing a karategi of the right size.
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    I am on vacation in Singapore, and I have some (Youth) Olympic pilgrimage :D
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    Thank you everyone for the kind words and for everyone who voted for Kodaline. I can honestly say I did not expect this in a million years. Kodaline are my favourite Irish band of the last 5-6 years, and the fact you have shown so much support for them here makes this a very special win. Really mean that - thank you For @mrv86 thank you for all your efforts and for an amazing show. Everything looked beautiful and all went like clockwork.... even some time-travel added in This was a huge task to take on so we owe you a lot for the great day we spent here. Have a well deserved breather now and much rest And all those who added in the extra like the medal tables, team standings updates, and added the extra stats and commentary to keep everyone informed and make things more enjoyable - you know who you are. And thanks to everyone who participated. As always, it's nice getting to know you all a little better. I believe Séamus has put some money behind the bar so feel free to join in the celebrations Just thank you again, I love you all
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    The Final. Every sports themed event reaches the last part; and we could not do it better, than by revealing the Scoreboard for tomorrow's Grand Final: GRAND FINAL SCOREBOARD AFTER 0/38 JURIES SLOVENIA 0 CROATIA 0 TUNISIA 0 BULGARIA 0 INDONESIA 0 MEXICO 0 CHILE 0 FINLAND 0 SPAIN 0 GREAT BRITAIN 0 NORWAY 0 LITHUANIA 0 SERBIA 0 ITALY 0 P.R. OF CHINA 0 UNITED STATES 0 POLAND 0 ALGERIA 0 INDIA 0 TURKEY 0 ROMANIA 0 NEW ZEALAND 0 RUSSIA 0 PORTUGAL 0 SLOVAKIA 0 VENEZUELA 0 NETHERLANDS 0 BRAZIL 0 FRANCE 0 DENMARK 0 GERMANY 0 COLOMBIA 0 ARGENTINA 0 EGYPT 0 GREECE 0 IRELAND 0 MALTA 0 AUSTRALIA 0 But not everything has to be nostalgic at this point. As every Mexican knows, we can't leave this arena without singing "Cielito Lindo" Ladies and Gentlemen, this concludes the Opening Ceremony. We expect tomorrow at 7:00 GMT-5 for the Grand Final! Thank you and good night!
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    Who cares. The one true champion of the Championships is ready (well, ready to participate, but it won't be impressive) https://www.sportstiming.dk/event/5422/participants?search=103
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    Ready for more? Meet TAISC’s newest member of our family. January 10, 2019.- After a unique media format has been announced by the hosts, 2019 TAISC is ready to introduce new additions to the contest lineup. So far, previous hosts have showcased their countries, each one of them giving its personal touch to expose their culture and traditions to others. This time organizers aim to further promote the participation of users by creating a series of daily posts, displaying basic info about the host country, its people, geography and culture, not forgetting the musical aspect. As part of their plan, today they disclosed that a new member has entered TISC family. “After winning the bid process, we were in contact with our dear friend Seamus, who requested a little friend to help them promote TISC and of course, create a party atmosphere” the organizing committee told the reporters. “Looking into Mexico’s diverse folklore and legends, we found a little character that will surely get along with our Irish friend and of course will enrich this edition with its own uniqueness to the contest. Without further introductions, ladies & gentlemen we present our mascot: the Mexican axolotl” The “axolotl” is an endemic inhabitant of the Texcoco Lake system in central Mexico and has featured prominently in art and folk legends since Pre-Hispanic times. Moreover, it has recently been adopted as a symbol of Mexico’s efforts for biodiversity. However, this year’s mascot is still lacking a name, which will be chosen by Totallympics users from among 3 options, which should be disclosed during the week, in a process that will last until Thursday March 7th, the last day for the local jury to submit their votes and the start point for the other juries to send theirs.
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    No one can beat her now. Ukaleq Astri Slettemark writes sport history in Greenland. What a day for Greenland! Piluarit (congrats), Greenland and Ukaleq! I'm so happy for her.
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    My mom put a lot of effort into these hedgehog-looking cookies so forgive me for spamming.
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    Can we nominate the AIBA as biggest idiots of the year?
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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.
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    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.
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    Hi guys After missing some contests, Chile is back!
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    Sorry about that... Here is the top 10 nations, only taking Olympic events into consideration. Top 10 (G-S-B) 1. 106 - 70 - 54 2. 64 - 50 - 66 3. 33 - 43 - 49 4. 14 - 18 - 16 5. 14 - 18 - 14 6. 13 - 10 - 16 7. 12 - 7 - 7 8. 11 - 10 - 13 9. 10 - 17 - 32 10. 8 - 13 - 12
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    I removed all non-Olympic events that I could. For clarification weightlifting was left as is while in karate I only removed the lightest weightclass as I cannot combine the two heavier weightclasses. Medals Lost (at least 10) - 45 - 43 - 36 - 26 - 20 - 19 - 18 - 18 - 16 - 13 - 12 - 12 - 11 - 10 - 10 Unsurprisingly Indonesia was hit the hardest, losing 45 medals, but still sitting in 11th on the medal table. Overall Southeast Asia took the hardest hit. Thailand lost half its medals and also dropped out of the top 10 and is sitting in 15th. Malaysia lost 18/20 medals. Bahrain and Kazakhstan have both moved into the top 10 (8th and 10th respectively). Japan despite being a distant second only lost 13 medals. North Korea is the only nation in the old top 10 to lose fewer than 10 medals (2 lost). The following nations which won medals no longer have any; Afghanistan, Cambodia, Unified Korea, Laos and Myanmar. Top 10 (G-S-B) 1. 77-49-37 2. 36-36-57 3. 21-29-32 4. 11-7-7 5. 11-6-13 6. 9-14-9 7. 8-11-8 8. 8-3-5 9. 6-11-9 10. 6-9-23
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    Again I create a topic here, again I need to explain my situation, and why have I been missing for so long. The matter was quite personal for me,, as just a few weeks after my grandmother has passed away from leukemia, my mother has also been diagnosed with cancer, and if that wasn’t enough, that was around the same time I’ve lost my first job. So I wasn’t in the best condition emotionally or physically, and I have had to quit school and other hobbies, including Totallympics. Luckily, the situation turned out not to be as bad, as cancer turned out to be curable, and she responds very well to chemotherapy, and thanks to that I’ve lately managed to set my life on the right path again, at least partially :) Lately, everything is going quite good, so I’d like to return, especially after Sindo contacted me, and I want to repay for the days I missed. Still, for the first few days, i may not be very active, but I’ll do my best to help with the forum, and I’ll log in as often as I can. Hopefully, other things will resolve too, and I hope to have a good time on Totallympics again like I used to all those months ago BTW wow, nearly 1000 notifications it's nice to see Totallympics so busy while I was gone
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    Totallympics International Song Contest - Announcements: A couple of important announcements to be made in the world of TISC today. The first announcement relates to the length of time it takes between the date the TISC thread opens and the day of the Grand Final. I think it is fair to say that some momentum is being lost from the time songs are selected and voted upon until we get to the Grand Final. Therefore, I think a reduction in the length of time for the registration period, voting period and more importantly, a reduction in the length of time between the date the voting closes and the Grand Final would be beneficial. The reductions won't be anything drastic, but if it cuts maybe 2 weeks off the overall period of time, it may allow for a more dynamic process and hopefully will keep interest in the thread at a consistent level throughout. The current rules state the following: Perhaps we should reduce the period of registration time to 2 weeks and keep the voting window at 2 weeks. Meaning we have 4 weeks given in total to registration and voting? There would still be a couple of days given to the host to cast their votes in between both windows, but this might help keep the momentum right through the process. Also, I would recommend then to have the Grand Final no more than 2 weeks after the voting window closes. Obviously if the host needs more time then we will allow that, just like we always do, but that would be the recommendation. Any thoughts on this? I will conduct a vote on this proposal in the next week so if there are any suggestions, please feel free to write them so we can include them there. Secondly, and more importantly, the host of the next TISC Annual in 2020 has now been settled. Ladies and Gentlemen I am happy to announce that @heywoodu has agreed to take on the hosting duties after his runner-up finish at TISC Annual 2019. Therefore get your tickets booked, for TISC 2020 we are making our way to the Netherlands Netherlands 2020
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    Hello, fellow Totallympians, this is Denmark calling! These are the results of the votes of the Danish National Jury:   ITALY 10 GREAT BRITAIN 9 NEW ZEALAND 8 INDONESIA 7 FRANCE 6 POLAND 5 CROATIA 4 LITHUANIA 3 P.R. OF CHINA 2 ARGENTINA 1
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    And we name you: Axoloco!!! April 6, 2019.- 2019 Annual TISC mascot finally has a name: Axoloco. The process to find a name for the Axolotl of the contest finished Thursday night, with 34 members of Totallympics casting a total of 62 votes from among 7 possible names for the likeable mascot. Axoloco, named proposed by user @vinipereira came as the winner option with 18 votes, followed by "Sr. Gran Corazón" with 12 and "Axel" with 8. Full results are shared below Results From now on, Axoloco will fulfill his role of 2019 TAISC ambassador to its full capacity; he is heading the Welcoming committee for the participants thay will start arriving in Mexico City on Tuesday April 9th, and will serve as their primary tour guide, which among other places, will include the Pre Hispanic ceremonial site of Teotihuacán and the channels of Xochimilco, both places closely associated to our animal friend legend.
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    To whom it may concern, (and for the first time in a while I write this sentence not to start a cover letter), here is a very brief recap of swimming qualification after some events took place. Please note that, as @phelpspointed out and as I'm sure almost all of you know, every nation uses its own additional qualification criteria, so this is a purely statistical data made for my own fun. At the moment, 25 athletes have reached at least once the minimum A in one event. In total, considering multiple participation for athletes, I counted 34 times that A standard was reached. At the same time, 121 minimum B were also established (maximum 1 per nation per event, not counting nations where an A standard in the relevant event was reached). With this data, this is the current quota distribution: 13 athletes with 18 minimum A achieved; 2 athletes with 4 minimum A achieved; 2 athletes with 3 minimum A achieved; 1 athlete with 2 minimum A achieved; , , and with 1 athlete each, with 1 minimum A. Other nations having achieved at least one minimum B are , Among the qualifying meetings, the most proficient for qualification purposes has been the TYR Pro Swim Series in Des Moines, , with 27 A standard, followed by City of Milan Trophy, with 5, and Greek and Lithuanian national championships, with 1 each. Hali Flickinger, has achieved a minimum A in 3 different events. PS: Please note that I only have partial data regarding Korean National Championships.
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    Here it is, folks. The final scoreboard in all it's glory. @Agger (and @wumo26) for first, me and @Olympian1010 for second, and @OlympicIRL for third...  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
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    Wow qataris even bought totallympics users to give positive opinions
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    I will murder the fucking director, I swear. And I will film it from an awkward angle with little to no lighting.
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    @JoshMartini007 has recently opened a new blog following the 2020 Olympic Qualifications and we agreed to bring the blog under Totallympics family, offering the hosting to the blog Here is the link: https://qualifyingtothegames.totallympics.com
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