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rafalgorka

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  1. Let;s pretend this is day 1, July 25th 2020 https://tokyo2020.org/en/schedule/20200725-schedule SO THINGS ARE GETTING SERIOUS NOW!!! It is day 1, everybody is still talking about the breathtaking opening ceremony last night. But the games are starting and a lot of action is going on. This is too much to put it in one post. So from day 1 I will divide every day into a few posts, starting from the disciplines I like the most and I hope my predictions will be more accurate or starting from the sports which are easy to write about. Let's go! What are your predictions for: VOLLEYBALL - Men's Tournament https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volleyball_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Men's_tournament Pool A ITALY - CANADA JAPAN - VENEZUELA POLAND - IRAN Pool B BRAZIL - TUNISIA RUSSIA - ARGENTINA UNITED STATES - FRANCE General questions: 1. Will Russia start under its own flag? As a Russian Federation team? 2. https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1080455/fivb-calls-for-polands-kubiak-to-apologise-after-being-suspended-for-anti-iranian-remarks How the POLAND - IRAN match will look like? Will it be played fair? In Rio Poland won 3-2 but after the last point there were very sad situations on the pitch. I hope they will not repeat this time. FOOTBALL - Women's Tournament teams with * haven't qualified yet group A JAPAN - SWEDEN NEW ZEALAND - CANADA group B UNITED STATES - CHINA* GREAT BRITAIN - CHILE* group C NETHERLANDS - AUSTRALIA BRAZIL - ZAMBIA general question: how the USA - CHINA match will look like? It is the first USA - CHINA clash in these games. These two nations will probably be 1 and 2 in medal table, so it is very interesting. TENNIS - Men's Singles https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennis_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification I used the qualifying criteria from wiki. I only didn't use the rule which mentions Davis Cup starts and so, this was too difficult for me. So Top 56 from ATP rankings, (only 4 players from one National Olympic Committee (NOC)), 6 continental places, Andy Murray ;-) and one from Japan. Then I made a draw ;-) And on day 1 only the top half is playing (from Djokovic to Medvedev). What are your predictions? SRB Novak Djokovic (1) - GEO Nikoloz Basilashvili CRO Borna Coric - MDA Radu Albot ESP Albert Ramos-Vinolas - KAZ Alexander Bublik JPN Yoshihito Nishioka – CAN Denis Shapovalov (16) FRA Gael Monfils (9) – EGY Mohamed Safwat CHI Tomas Barrios – ARG Guido Pella SRB Dusan Lajovic - GER Jan-Lennard Struff ITA Lorenzo Sonego – ITA Matteo Berrettini (8) SUI Roger Federer (4) – GBR Kyle Edmund JPN Yuichi Sugita – SRB Filip Krajinovic CRO Marin Cilic – ARG Juan Ignacio Londero CAN Felix Auger-Aliassime – ARG Diego Schwartman (13) ESP Roberto Bautista Agut (12) – NOR Casper Ruud BUL Grigor Dimitrov – URU Pablo Cuevas SUI Stan Wawrinka – AUS Alex de Minaur AUS Nick Kyrgios – RUS Daniil Medvedev (5) GRE Stefanos Tsitsipas (6) – USA Sam Querrey FRA Benoit Paire – POL Hubert Hurkacz CZE Jiri Vesely – SWE Mikael Ymer FRA Adrian Mannarino – ITA Fabio Fognini (11) RUS Andrey Rublev (14) – USA Reilly Opelka AUS John Millman – SRB Miomir Kecmanovic USA Taylor Fritz – AUS Jordan Thompson BRA Joao Menezes – AUT Dominic Thiem (3) GER Alexander Zverev (7) – GBR Andy Murray CHI Christian Garin – POR Joao Sousa FRA Ugo Humbert – SLO Aljaz Bedene UZB Denis Istomin – BEL David Goffin (10) RUS Karen Khachanov (15) – ESP Pablo Carrena Busta CAN Milos Raonic – JPN Kei Nishikori PNG Matthew Stubbings – USA John Isner GBR Daniel Evans – ESP Rafael Nadal (2) More still to come :-) Have a good Sunday, olympic freaks ;-) Stay healthy, stay home!
  2. Here are my predictions for day 0, July 24th 2020 https://tokyo2020.org/en/schedule/20200724-schedule OPENING CEREMONY WHO WILL BE YOUR COUNTRY'S FLAG BEARER? Maja Włoszczowska - Cycling MTB - two times olympic silver medalists. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maja_Włoszczowska a huge star in Poland, a very nice person her race is on Tuesday 28th, so she will already be in Tokyo and she will have few days to rest and prepare before she has her competition WHO WILL LIT THE OLYMPIC CAULDRON? I think it will be a group of young sportsmen and sportswomen who survived earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima reactor catastrophy. No names here. WILL THE CEREMONY BE INTERESTING OR BORING? It will be very interesting, one of the best ever. And I know I am in minority here - but i really LOVE parade of the nations. It is not boring for me at all. For me it can last even two hours. Looking for sport stars in every nation, all the familiar faces, checking out who has the best clothing and so... I LOVE IT. and: ARCHERY – Women’s Individual Ranking Round ARCHERY – Men’s Individual Ranking Round https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archery_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification I am not into archery actually. I don't know much about it. So I find predictions given by Fly_like_a_don very accurate, Thank you! So And there are heats in rowing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rowing_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification These are only heats so I will focus on Polish rowers only. ROWING - M Single Sculls - First three of each heat qualify to the quarterfinals, remainder goes to the repechage. POL - Natan Węgrzycki-Szymczyk - qualifies to the quarterfinals. ROWING - M Double Sculls - First three of each heat qualify to the semifinals, remainder goes to the repechage. POL - Mirosław Ziętarski, Mateusz Biskup - qualified for the semifinals. ROWING - W Double Sculls - First three of each heat qualify to the semifinals, remainder goes to the repechage. POL - Martyna Radosz, Krystyna Lemańczyk-Dobrzelak - go to repechage. ROWING - M Quadruple Sculls - First two of each heat qualify to Final A, remainder goes to the repechage. POL - Dominik Czaja, Wiktor Chabel, Szymon Pośnik, Fabian Barański - qualify to Final A. ROWING - W Quadruple Sculls - First two of each heat qualify to Final A, remainder goes to the repechage. POL - Agnieszka Kobus-Zawojska, Marta Wieliczko, Maria Springwald, Katarzyna Zillmann - qualify to Final A.
  3. Let;s pretend this is day 0, July 24th 2020 https://tokyo2020.org/en/schedule/20200724-schedule What are your predictions for: OPENING CEREMONY WHO WILL BE YOUR COUNTRY'S FLAG BEARER? WHO WILL LIT THE OLYMPIC CAULDRON? WILL THE CEREMONY BE INTERESTING OR BORING? and: ARCHERY – Women’s Individual Ranking Round ARCHERY – Men’s Individual Ranking Round https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archery_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification And there are heats in rowing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rowing_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification The qualifications haven't finished yet, so for the remaining places (the ones with *) I put countries who are the best non-qualifiers from 2019 World Champs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_World_Rowing_Championships ROWING - M Single Sculls JPN GER DEN NED CZE LTU NOR NZL CRO ITA EGY ZIM BEN CIV LBA * AsOc 5 KAZ UZB KOR THA IND * Am 5 MEX USA CUB PUR PAR * Eur 3 POL GRE AZE * Final 2 BUL GBR * Trip Inv 2 BER VAN ROWING - W Single Sculls JPN USA GBR SUI IRL NZL CAN CHN NED AUT NAM MAR UGA TGO NGA * AsOc 5 TPE KAZ VIE QAT KOR * Am 5 TRI PUR MEX PAR (and 1 spot left) * Eur 3 DEN CZE UKR * Final 2 GER FRA * Trip Inv 2 SGP (and 1 spot left) ROWING - M Double Sculls CHN IRL POL ROU SUI GBR NED NZL FRA GER LTU * Final 2 AUS ARG ROWING - W Double Sculls NZL ROU CAN FRA NED USA ITA CZE LTU CHN AUS * Final 2 BLR POL ROWING - M Quadruple Sculls ITA NED POL GER AUS CHN NOR GBR * Final 2 NZL UKR ROWING - W Quadruple Sculls NED CHN POL GER GBR NZL USA ITA * Final 2 RUS AUS
  4. Let;s pretend this is day -1, July 23rd https://tokyo2020.org/en/schedule/20200723-schedule My predictions are: SOFTBALL – Women’s Tournament https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softball_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification UNITED STATES – CANADA 1 MEXICO – JAPAN 2 ITALY – AUSTRALIA 2 Table: 1. UNITED STATES - 2 wins JAPAN - 2 wins 3. CANADA - 1 win AUSTRALIA - 1 win 5. ITALY - 0 wins MEXICO - 0 wins FOOTBALL – Men’s Tournament (after my personal draw, including FIFA ranking, and there is a rule that only 1 team from 1 continental federation in 1 group) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Men's_qualification The qualifications haven't finished yet, I say UNITED STATES and MEXICO will qualify from CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship Group A JAPAN – ROMANIA 2-0 MEXICO* – NEW ZEALAND 3-1 1. Mexico 3 3-1 2. Japan 3 2-0 3. New Zealand 0 1-3 4. Romania 0 0-2 Group B FRANCE – UNITED STATES* 2-1 AUSTRALIA – IVORY COAST 1-1 1. France 3 2-1 2. Australia 1 1-1 Ivory Coast 1 1-1 4. United States 0 1-2 Group C BRAZIL – SAUDI ARABIA 6-0 GERMANY – EGYPT 1-2 (the sensation of the games so far, brilliant play by Mo Salah who scores twice!!!) 1. Brazil 3 6-0 2. Egypt 3 2-1 3. Germany 0 1-2 4. Saudi Arabia 0 0-6 Group D SPAIN – SOUTH AFRICA 4-1 KOREA REPUBLIC – ARGENTINA 1-3 1. Spain 3 4-1 2. Argentina 3 3-1 3. Korea Republic 0 1-3 4. South Africa 0 1-4 which players older than 23 years will take part in the olympics tournament? W will see Mess i and Mo Salah. Neymar stays home. Mbappe is in the games, but he doesn't score against USA. Who will score the most goals in opening round of matches? Mo Salah - 2 goals against Germany, Dani Olmo - 2 goals against South Africa
  5. You are right, my mistake, thank you that you have noticed that. So the correct questions should be: Let;s pretend this is day -1, July 23rd What are your predictions for: SOFTBALL – Women’s Tournament https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softball_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification UNITED STATES – CANADA MEXICO – JAPAN ITALY – AUSTRALIA FOOTBALL – Men’s Tournament (after my personal draw, including FIFA ranking, and there is a rule that only 1 team from 1 continental federation in 1 group) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Men's_qualification The qualifications haven't finished yet, I say UNITED STATES and MEXICO will qualify from CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship Group A JAPAN – ROMANIA MEXICO* – NEW ZEALAND Group B FRANCE – UNITED STATES* AUSTRALIA – IVORY COAST Group C BRAZIL – SAUDI ARABIA GERMANY – EGYPT Group D SPAIN – SOUTH AFRICA KOREA REPUBLIC – ARGENTINA General questions: which players older than 23 years will take part in the olympics tournament? Will we see Messi, Neymar, Mo Salah??? Will we see Mbappe, although he is 21? Who will score the most goals in opening round of matches?
  6. Panama can't qualify. It was already eliminated. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_CONCACAF_Men's_Olympic_Qualifying_Championship
  7. Let;s pretend this is day -1, July 23rd What are your predictions for: SOFTBALL – Women’s Tournament https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softball_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Qualification UNITED STATES – CANADA MEXICO – JAPAN ITALY – AUSTRALIA FOOTBALL – Men’s Tournament (after my personal draw, including FIFA ranking, and there is a rule that only 1 team from 1 continental federation in 1 group) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_at_the_2020_Summer_Olympics_–_Men's_qualification The qualifications haven't finished yet, I say UNITED STATES and MEXICO will qualify from CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship Group A JAPAN – ROMANIA MEXICO* – NEW ZEALAND Group B FRANCE – UNITED STATES* KOREA REPUBLIC – IVORY COAST Group C BRAZIL – SAUDI ARABIA GERMANY – EGYPT Group D SPAIN – SOUTH AFRICA KOREA REPUBLIC – ARGENTINA General questions: which players older than 23 years will take part in the olympics tournament? Will we see Messi, Neymar, Mo Salah??? Will we see Mbappe, although he is 21? Who will score the most goals in opening round of matches?
  8. day -2, July 22nd My predictions for: 1/. SOFTBALL - Women's tournament Australia - Japan 2 Italy - United States 2 Mexico - Canada 2 Playing softball games(opening event for the whole olympics) in Fukushima is a GREAT idea. It is safe out there after the earthquake and damaged reactor. These softball games will be a huge success to show the world that it is safe and clear over there. Full stadium of spectators on the AUS-JPN opening game, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. 2./ FOOTBALL - Women's tournament group A Japan - New Zealand 2-0 Sweden - Canada 1-1 group B United States - Great Britain 3-1 China - Chile 3-0 group C Netherlands - Brazil 2-1 Australia - Zambia 3-0 Megan Rapinoe be one of the greatest stars of the Tokyo Olympics. Her postmatch interviews will be hilarious. A lot of interesting statements. The player who will score the most goals in opening matches - Sam Kerr, Australia (2 goals against Zambia) What do you think, my friends? Could it all go that way?
  9. Yes, I totally agree with you. But I hope that in late July things will get sth close to normal in my job, and that means I will have to work twice as hard as usually (beacuse of all the delays and interruptions which are happening now) and I think I will not have time for discussing on totallympics.com ;-) Now I have more free time.
  10. Hey, olympic fans. We could discuss, day after day, how the olympics would have lookood like if they were to happen in 2020 as planned. That could be fun, a nice discussion, good for the hard times when there are no live sport on tv and we are all fighting with this virus, It could look like this; Let;s pretend this is day -2, July 22nd What are your predictions for: 1/. SOFTBALL - Women's tournament Australia - Japan Italy - United States Mexico - Canada and a general question considering sotball - do you think playing softball games(opening event for the whole olympics) in Fukushima is a good idea? Is it safe out there after the earthquake and damaged reactor? Would these games be a success to show the world that it is safe and clear over there? 2./ FOOTBALL - Women's tournament The qualifications haven't finished yet. What are your predictions for remaining spots? I say CHINA will qualify with a win over Korea Republic And CHILE will qualify with a win over Cameroon I made a kind of draw for groups using FIFA ranking (and a rule that only one team from the same continental association in one group) and the first matches would be: what are your predictions? group A Japan - New Zealand Sweden - Canada group B United States - Great Britain China - Chile group C Netherlands - Brazil Australia - Zambia and a general question considering football - will Megan Rapinoe be one of the greatest stars of the Tokyo Olympics? How will her postmatch look like? Any strong opinions from her and interesting statements? and which player will score the most goals in opening matches? Let's play the predictons games. It may be fun. If you like it, I will prepare the questions for day 23th July later, Greetings, stay healthy, stay home! Rafal
  11. It looks there will be no olympics this summer. Let's play the game then. Let's do the olympics online. The game is IT SHOULD HAVE HAPPENED TODAY, Today is 23rd. Tomorrow, on 24th, there should be the opening ceremony. The questions for tomorrow, 24 th: 1. WHO WILL LIT THE OLYMPIC FLAME? 2. WHO WILL BE YOUR COUNTRY FLAG BEARER? 3. WHICH COUNTRY WILL LOOK THE BEST IN THE PARADE OF NATIONS? And what happened so far? On 22nd, sotfball and women's football. Japan beats Australia in opening softball match, it was played in Fukushima to show the world it is safe out there. And first win for TEAM CANADA in softball against Mexico. In women's football USA plays very well, an easy win over New Zealand, postmatch interview with Megan Rapinoe gets viral - strong words on Trump, on world situation, on women rights, on minorities rights etc. Canada wins over Zambia 3-0. On 23rd, softball again and men's football. US proves to be too strong for Canada in a softball, but don't worry, there will be many chances for a revenge in other disciplines. In men's football great play by Spain (3-0 vs Korea Rep.) and by Argentina (3-0 vs New Zealand). Good games for France (2-1 vs Ivory Coast) and Brazil (2-1 vs South Africa), It is a pity Canada didn;t qualify, but Mexico and USA were too strong in qualifying championships. And they prove they are strong with Mexico-Romania 1-0 and USA-New Zealand 1-1. The biggest upset is Egypt win over Germany 2-1 with great play by Mo Salah who scores twice!!! Let;s play together, here is the schedule https://tokyo2020.org/en/schedule/ and here are qualification systems https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_Summer_Olympics#Sports
  12. It looks there will be no olympics this summer. Let's play the game then. Let's do the olympics online. The game is IT SHOULD HAVE HAPPENED TODAY, Today is 23rd. Tomorrow, on 24th, there should be the opening ceremony. The questions for tomorrow, 24 th: 1. WHO WILL LIT THE OLYMPIC FLAME? 2. WHO WILL BE YOUR COUNTRY FLAG BEARER? 3. WHICH COUNTRY WILL LOOK THE BEST IN THE PARADE OF NATIONS? And what happened so far? On 22nd, sotfball and women's football. Japan beats Australia in opening softball match, it was played in Fukushima to show the world it is safe out there. And first win for TEAM CANADA in softball against Mexico. In women's football USA plays very well, an easy win over New Zealand, postmatch interview with Megan Rapinoe gets viral - strong words on Trump, on world situation, on women rights, on minorities rights etc. Canada wins over Zambia 3-0. On 23rd, softball again and men's football. US proves to be too strong for Canada in a softball, but don't worry, there will be many chances for a revenge in other disciplines. In men's football great play by Spain (3-0 vs Korea Rep.) and by Argentina (3-0 vs New Zealand). Good games for France (2-1 vs Ivory Coast) and Brazil (2-1 vs South Africa), It is a pity Canada didn;t qualify, but Mexico and USA were too strong in qualifying championships. And they prove they are strong with Mexico-Romania 1-0 and USA-South Africa 1-1. The biggest upset is Egypt win over Germany 2-1 with great play by Mo Salah who scores twice!!! Let;s play together, here is the schedule https://tokyo2020.org/en/schedule/ and here are qualification systems https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_Summer_Olympics#Sports
  13. Pan Pacs vs Euro 2018 Medals 1. United States 10-9-7 26 2. Australia 7-5-6 18 3. Japan 3-4-4 11 4. Russia 3-4-3 10 5. Great Britain 3-2-3 8 6. Canada 2-1-4 7 7. Hungary 2-1-1 4 8. Italy 1-4-4 9 9. Ukraine 1-1-1 3 10. Sweden 1-1-0 2 11. Germany 1-0-1 2 12. Brazil 1-0-0 1 13. France 0-1-2 3 14. Denmark 0-1-0 1 Greece 0-1-0 1 China 0-0-0 0 (but let's wait for Asian Games) Poland 0-0-0 0 :-((((((((((((((((((((
  14. Pan Pacs vs Euro 2018 (but let's wait for Team China Results in Asia Games, before we do our predictions for Tokyo) M 400 ind med. Chase Kalisz USA 4.07.95 P1 David Verraszto HUN 4.10.65 E1 Max Litchfield GBR 4.11.00 E2 Kosuke Hagino JPN 4.11.13 P2 Daiya Seto JPN 4.12.60 P3 Jay Litherland USA 4.12.87 P4 Joan Lluis Pons ESP 4.14.26 E3 Lewis Clareburt NZL 4.14.27 P5 W 400 ind med. Yui Ohashi JPN 4.33.77 P1 Fantine Lesaffre FRA 4.34.17 E1 Ilaria Cusinato ITA 4.35.05 E2 Hannah Miley GBR 4.35.34 E3 Melanie Margalis USA 4.35.60 P2 Aimee Willmott GBR 4.35.77 E4 Sakiko Shimizu JPN 4.36.27 P3 Zsuzsanna Jakabos HUN 4.38.48 E5 M 400 free Jack McLoughlin AUS 3.44.20 P1 Mack Horton AUS 3.44.31 P2 Mykhailo Romanchuk UKR 3.45.18 E1 Zane Grothe USA 3.45.37 P3 Henrik Christiansen NOR 3.47.07 E2 Henning Muhlleitner GER 3.47.18 E3 Felix Aubock AUT 3.47.24 E4 Victor Johansson SWE 3.47.74 E5 W 4x100 free Australia 3.31.58 United States 3.33.45 Canada 3.34.07 France 3.34.65 Netherlands 3.34.77 Japan 3.36.93 Denmark 3.37.03 Great Britain 3.37.26 W 400 free Katie Ledecky USA 3.58.50 P1 Ariarne Titmus AUS 3.59.66 P2 Simona Quadarella ITA 4.03.35 E1 Ajna Kesely HUN 4.03.57 E2 Leah Smith USA 4.04.23 P3 Holly Hibbott GBR 4.05.01 E3 Anna Egorova RUS 4.06.03 E4 Sarah Kohler GER 4.07.68 E5 M 100 breast Adam Peaty GBR 57.10 E1 James Wilby GBR 58.64 E2 Anton Chupkov RUS 59.06 E3 Yasuhiro Koseki JPN 59.08 P1 Jake Packard AUS 59.20 P2 Kirill Prigoda RUS 59.20 E4 7. Joao Gomes Junior BRA 59.60 P3 8. Fabio Scozzoli ITA 59.61 E5 W 100 fly Rikako Ikee JPN 56.08 P1 Sarah Sjostrom SWE 56.23 E1 Kelsi Dahlia USA 56.44 P2 Emma McKeon AUS 56.54 P3 Svetlana Chimrova RUS 57.40 E2 Elena Di Liddo ITA 57.68 E3 Ilaria Bianchi ITA 57.72 E4 Anna Ntountounaki GRE 57.77 E5 M 4x100 free Brazil 3.12.02 Russia 3.12.23 Australia 3.12.53 Japan 3.12.54 Italy 3.12.90 Poland 3.14.20 Canada 3.14.50 Hungary 3.14.51 / United States DSQ W 100 breast Lilly King USA 1.05.44 P1 Yuliya Yefimova RUS 1.05.53 E1 Jessica Hansen AUS 1.06.20 P2 Ruta Meilutyte LTU 1.06.26 E2 Reona Aoki JPN 1.06.34 P3 Satomi Suzuki JPN 1.06.51 P4 Arianna Castiglioni ITA 1.06.54 E3 Micah Sumrall USA 1.06.56 P5 M 200 free Duncan Scott GBR 1.45.34 E1 Townley Haas USA 1.45.56 P1 Andrew Seliskar USA 1.45.74 P2 Katsuhiro Matsumoto JPN 1.45.92 P3 Danas Rapsys LTU 1.46.07 E2 Fernando Scheffer BRA 1.46.12 P4 Mikhail Dovgalyuk RUS 1.46.15 E3 James Guy GBR 1.46.20 E4 M 100 back Ryan Murphy USA 51.94 P1 Kliment Kolesnikov RUS 52.53 E1 Evgeny Rylov RUS 52.74 E2 Ryosuke Irie JPN 52.78 P2 Mitch Larkin AUS 52.88 P3 Matthew Grevers USA 52.99 P4 Apostolos Christou GRE 53.72 E3 Robert Glinta ROU 53.81 E4 W 100 back Kylie Masse CAN 58.61 P1 Emily Seebohm AUS 58.72 P2 Kathleen Baker USA 58.83 P3 Regan Smith USA 58.95 P4 Anastasia Fesikova RUS 59.19 E1 Kaylee McKeown AUS 59.25 P5 Natsumi Sakai JPN 59.33 P6 Georgia Davies GBR 59.36 E2 W 200 ind med. Yui Ohashi JPN 2.08.16 P1 Sydney Pickrem CAN 2.09.07 P2 Miho Teramura JPN 2.09.86 P3 Ella Eastin USA 2.09.90 P4 Katinka Hosszu HUN 2.10.17 E1 Ilaria Cusinato ITA 2.10.25 E2 Melanie Margalis USA 2.10.67 P5 Maria Ugolkova SUI 2.10.83 E3 M 200 fly Kristof Milak HUN 1.52.79 E1 Daiya Seto JPN 1.54.34 P1 Tamas Kenderesi HUN 1.54.36 E2 Leonardo de Deus BRA 1.54.89 P2 Zach Harting USA 1.55.05 P3 David Morgan AUS 1.55.82 P4 Federico Burdisso ITA 1.55.97 E3 Mack Darragh CAN 1.56.27 P5 W 200 free Taylor Ruck CAN 1.54.44 P1 Rikako Ikee JPN 1.54.85 P2 Charlotte Bonnet FRA 1.54.95 E1 Katie Ledecky USA 1.55.15 P3 Allison Schmitt USA 1.56.71 P4 Femke Heemskerk NED 1.56.72 E2 Anastasia Guzhenkova RUS 1.56.77 E3 Kayla Sanchez CAN 1.57.23 P5 M 4x200 free United States 7.04.36 Australia 7.04.70 Great Britain 7.05.32 Russia 7.06.66 Italy 7.07.58 Japan 7.08.07 Germany 7.09.31 Brazil 7.11.65 W 200 fly Boglarka Kapas HUN 2.07.13 E1 Svetlana Chimrova RUS 2.07.33 E2 Hali Flickinger USA 2.07.35 P1 Alys Thomas GBR 2.07.42 E3 Sachi Mochida JPN 2.07.66 P2 Franziska Hentke GER 2.07.75 E4 Ana Caterina Monteiro POR 2.08.03 E5 Katie Drabot USA 2.08.40 P3 M 100 free Kyle Chalmers AUS 48.00 P1 Alessandro Miressi ITA 48.01 E1 Jack Cartwright AUS 48.22 P2 Caeleb Dressel USA 48.22 P2 ex 5. Duncan Scott GBR 48.23 E2 6. Mehdy Metella FRA 48.24 E3 7. Marcelo Chierighini BRA 48.36 P4 Vladislav Grinev RUS 48.36 E4 M 200 breast Anton Chupkov RUS 2.06.80 E1 Ippei Watanabe JPN 2.07.75 P1 Zac Stubblety-Cook AUS 2.07.89 P2 Matthew Wilson AUS 2.08.22 P3 Yasuhiro Koseki JPN 2.08.25 P4 James Wilby GBR 2.08.39 E2 Joshua Prenot USA 2.08.44 P5 Luca Pizzini ITA 2.08.54 E3 W 4x200 free Australia 7.44.12 United States 7.44.37 Canada 7.47.28 Japan 7.48.96 Great Britain 7.51.65 Russia 7.52.87 Germany 7.53.76 France 7.53.86 M 200 back Evgeny Rylov RUS 1.53.36 E1 Ryan Murphy USA 1.53.57 P1 Ryosuke Irie JPN 1.55.12 P2 Matthew Katz Austin USA 1.56.00 P3 Radosław Kawęcki POL 1.56.07 E2 Mitchell Larkin AUS 1.56.12 P4 Matteo Restivo ITA 1.56.29 E3 Kenta Sunama JPN 1.57.03 P5 W 100 free Cate Campbell AUS 52.03 P1 Simone Manuel USA 52.66 P2 Taylor Ruck CAN 52.72 P3 Sarah Sjostrom SWE 52.93 E1 Mallory Comerford USA 52.94 P4 Rikako Ikee JPN 53.14 P5 Femke Heemskerk NED 53.23 E2 Charlotte Bonnet FRA 53.35 E3 W 200 breast Yuliya Yefimova RUS 2.21.31 E1 Micah Sumrall USA 2.21.88 P1 Lilly King USA 2.22.12 P2 Satomi Suzuki JPN 2.22.22 P3 Jessica Vall ESP 2.23.02 E2 Molly Renshaw GBR 2.23.43 E3 Marina Garcia Urzainqui ESP 2.23.63 E4 Reona Aoki JPN 2.24.46 P4 M 200 ind med. Chase Kalisz USA 1.55.40 P1 Mitch Larkin AUS 1.56.21 P2 Kosuke Hagino JPN 1.56.66 P3 Jeremy Desplanches SUI 1.57.04 E1 Daiya Seto JPN 1.57.36 P4 Abrahm Devine USA 1.57.81 P5 Philip Heintz GER 1.57.83 E2 Max Litchfield GBR 1.57.96 E3 M 100 fly Piero Codia ITA 50.64 E1 Caeleb Dressel USA 50.75 P1 Mehdy Metella FRA 51.24 E2 Jack Conger USA 51.32 P2 James Guy GBR 51.42 E3 Vinicius Lanza BRA 51.44 P3 Kristof Milak HUN 51.51 E4 Grant Irvine AUS 51.65 P4 / Egor Kuimov RUS 51.65 E5 ??? M 50 free Ben Proud GBR 21.34 E1 Kristian Golomeev GRE 21.44 E2 Michael Andrew USA 21.46 P1 Andrea Vergani ITA 21.68 E3 Vladimir Morozov RUS 21.74 E4 Caeleb Dressel USA 21.93 P2 Simonas Bilis LTU 21.97 E5 Yuri Kisil CAN 22.02 P3 W 200 back Kathleen Baker USA 2.06.14 P1 Margherita Panziera ITA 2.06.18 E1 Taylor Ruck CAN 2.06.41 P2 Regan Smith USA 2.06.46 P3 Kylie Masse CAN 2.07.00 P4 Kaylee McKeown AUS 2.07.01 P5 Emily Seebohm AUS 2.07.12 P6 Daria Ustinova RUS 2.07.12 E2 W 800 free Katie Ledecky USA 8.09.13 P1 Simona Quadarella ITA 8.16.45 E1 Ariarne Titmus AUS 8.17.07 P2 Leah Smith USA 8.17.21 P3 Ajna Kesely HUN 8.22.01 E2 Anna Egorova RUS 8.24.71 E3 Kiah Melverton AUS 8.25.64 P4 Sarah Kohler GER 8.25.91 E4 W 50 free Sarah Sjostrom SWE 23.74 E1 Pernille Blume DEN 23.75 E2 Cate Campbell AUS 23.81 P1 Ranomi Kromowidjojo NED 24.21 E3 Simone Manuel USA 24.22 P2 Emma McKeon AUS 24.34 P3 Maria Kameneva RUS 24.40 E4 Taylor Ruck CAN 24.47 P4 M 1500 free Florian Wellbrock GER 14.36.15 E1 Mykhailo Romanchuk UKR 14.36.88 E2 Gregorio Paltrinieri ITA 14.42.85 E3 Jordan Wilimovsky USA 14.46.93 P1 Zane Grothe USA 14.48.40 P2 Domenico Acerenza ITA 14.51.88 E4 Jack McLoughlin AUS 14.55.92 P3 Henrik Christiansen NOR 14.56.97 E5 W 4x100 med. Australia 3.52.74 United States 3.53.21 Russia 3.54.22 Japan 3.55.03 Canada 3.55.14 Denmark 3.56.69 Great Britain 3.56.91 Italy 3.57.00 M 4x100 med. United States 3.30.20 Japan 3.30.25 Great Britain 3.30.44 Australia 3.30.52 Russia 3.32.03 Brazil 3.32.16 Germany 3.33.52 Lithuania 3.33.70 M 800 free Mykhailo Romanchuk UKR 7.42.96 E1 Zane Grothe USA 7.43.74 P1 Gregorio Paltrinieri ITA 7.45.12 E2 Jordan Wilimovsky USA 7.45.19 P2 Florian Wellbrock GER 7.45.60 E3 Henrik Christiansen NOR 7.46.75 E4 Jack McLoughlin AUS 7.47.31 P3 Jan Micka CZE 7.49.73 E5 W 1500 free Katie Ledecky USA 15.38.97 P1 Simona Quadarella ITA 15.51.61 E1 Sarah Kohler GER 15.57.85 E2 Kiah Melverton AUS 16.00.08 P2 Leah Smith USA 16.00.82 P3 Ajna Kesely HUN 16.03.22 E3 Kareena Lee AUS 16.03.26 P4 Tjasa Oder SLO 16.10.46 E4 Mixed 4x100 medley Australia 3.38.91 Great Britain 3.40.18 Japan 3.40.98 United States 3.41.74 Russia 3.42.71 Italy 3.44.85 Netherlands 3.45.57 Germany 3.45.82
  15. O tak, złoto w kajakach byłoby super, ile można czekać, no ile? :-) pozdrawiam serdecznie, RG
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