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  1. More fuel for conspiracy theories In 2015 and 2016, the Argentina women's national team always got better results than Peru, be it at South American tournaments, World Cup or World Grand Prix. Then the 2017 World Grand Prix, Argentina lost to Peru 3-1 and 22nd, one place behind. But Argentina got invited to the 2018 Nations League. They won just 5 sets in 15 matches and were relegated. At the 2017 South American Championship they lost to Peru 3-0 and Colombia 3-2. Months later they did win the South American qualifier to enter the 2018 World Championship, where they finished 19th. At the 2018 Pan American Cup, Argentina lost to Colombia and also ranked behind Peru. However, they got a wildcard for the 2019 Pan American Games, skipping any qualifier. Argentina also skipped any qualifier to enter the 2019 Challenger Cup and 2019 World Cup, as the world rankings were used as criteria. In fact, Argentina is ranked 11th, as they get many points for having qualified to the 2015 World Cup and 2016 Olympics. And they will keep their advantage over Peru and Colombia as long as they keep getting invitations to points-rich tournaments.
  2. Uruguayan driver Santiago Urrutia will debut at the TCR Europe, also at Hungaroring.
  3. The Finland player obviously clashes with the American goalkeeper, but the goal interference applies when the goalkeeper is inside the area. To judge that, I would need to know the rules properly.
  4. Next weekend: Saturday 20 at the Madison Square Garden in New York: Terence Crawford vs Amir Khan (WBO welterweight title) Saturday 20 at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Los Ángeles: Danny Garcia vs Adrián Granados (WBC Silver welterweight)
  5. Lomachenko knocked out Crolla in round 4, as Ramírez did to Karpency. Derevyanchenko won on unanimous decision. Munguia defeated Hogan on majority decision. De la Hoya knocked down Bernache. In women's boxing, Claressa Shields defeated Christina Hammer and is the undisputed middleweight champion.
  6. Final standings: Argentina Chile Paraguay Ecuador Perú Uruguay The top 4 teams qualified to the World Cup.
  7. Final phase round 2: Argentina 1 - 0 Uruguay Chile 3 - 2 Perú Paraguay 1 - 1 Ecuador Standings after round 2: Chile, 6 pts Argentina, 4 pts Paraguay, 2 pts Perú, Uruguay, Ecuador, 1 pts
  8. Since when does the FIG organize timed events?
  9. Tomorrow it's the Tour of Flanders, the most prestigious women's classic. http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/tour-of-flanders-women-2019/preview/
  10. Last weekend, Gvozdyk and Abdukakhorov won their matches. In two weeks: Friday 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles: Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Anthony Crolla (WBO and WBA (Super) lightweight titles) Gilberto Ramirez vs. Tommy Karpency (light heavyweight) Saturday 13 at Minneapolis: Sergiy Derevyanchenko vs. Jack Culcay (IBF middleweight eliminator) Saturday 13 at Monterrey Jaime Munguia vs. Dennis Hogan (WBO light middleweight title) Diego de la Hoya (#8 at 122) vs. Enrique Bernache (featherweight)
  11. Argentina crushed Brazil and kicked them out of the tournament. Final phase round 1: Chile 1 - 0 Ecuador Uruguay 2 - 2 Paraguay Argentina 0 - 0 Perú
  12. No self-respected Latin American football annoucner would say Países Bajos.
  13. Here's my photos and videos: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:2019_Montevideo_Sprint_Triathlon_American_Cup_and_South_American_Championships
  14. In the South American U20 Men's Championship, Uruguay defeated Argentina for the first time ever!
  15. Last weekend I attended the Grand Prix Sudamericanos Estrella Puente - Darwin Piñeyrúa. María Pía Fernández did the women's national record for 3000 m steeplechase with 10'37.12. 16 year old Lautaro Techera did the men's U20 national record for javelin throw with 61.63 m, just 5 cm away from the national record. 15 year old Mauro Pons did the men's U18 national record for high jump with 2.00 m. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Grand_Prix_Sudamericanos_Estrella_Puente_-_Darwin_Piñeyrúa_2019
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