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  1. Happy Christmas and such, the first tasty dinner is done, two more to go I believe
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  3. Big Brother (probably the most popular TV show in Brazil) is about to start a new season and there's a participant whose name is Eslovênia (literally "Slovenia"). Needless to say, some people are already calling her Eslováquia (Slovakia) @hckošice
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  5. Poland just do not reject ANY quota! :D
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  8. HUNGARY Officially Joins the Bidding Contest for TAISC 2022 I can't promise that everything will go 100% smoothly if I will host the contest, but I might as well try to do it now when the interest in hosting is so low. I am not exactly sure how much free time I will have, but I have already tried to do couple of things to make my life easier with the scoreboard, so maybe, just maybe there won't be any issues with the stuff needed for the Grand Final, regardless of my real life commitments. If something unexpected comes up for me irl, you will get less "cultural posts", for example a shorter Opening Ceremony, but even in the worst case scenario I should be able to do the administrative side of the contest without any major delays.
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  9. I got my booster today, I can take his spot in the draw
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  10. Happy new year from somewhere already 2022 and it feels much better than 2021!
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  11. Merry Christmas! I hope that everyone who celebrates will find a happiness and joy in their lives and will have a great year 2022.
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  12. Happy Holidays ☃️ 🌲 Wishing everyone and their families mainly lots of health! We have seen how fragile, that can be in the last 2 years and nothing should be taken for granted. Never stop fighting for the ones and things you love, for the goals you want to achieve and everything will fall in it's place.
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  14. Happy Christmas to all of you. Eat, drink and be Mary Merry
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  15. @heywoodu must be extremely happy and proud now. Congratulations, @brunamoura! So happy for you!
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  16. 30 consecutive matches beating Djibouti was spectacular from Algeria but bumping into a powerhouse like and keep on winning was asking too much from them I think.
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  17. Results are on the FIS website, with Duda getting 292 points (and so not improving her total result). That means, when taking the internal criteria into account (classic distance races, freestyle sprints, in selected countries and competitions, including Slavic Cup and Balkan Cup and such), this should be the final table: Final standings: 1. Jaque 1201.02 2. Bruna 1504.71 3. Duda 1635.26 4. Mika 1709.23 The Brazilian NOC will make the official announcement tomorrow in a live event at 15:00 CET. So it has yet to be announced, but half of the Zweisimmen-Sparenmoos snow has been melted by Bruna's tears when she called me/us and I gave her the finish times
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  18. Happy New Year to all of my fellow Totallympians. Hoping 2022 will be a bright one for you, full of happy moments and peace in your lives
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  19. Happy and HEALTHY new OLYMPIC year Totallympics and Totallympians ! Cheers !
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  20. Merry Christmas to all the Totallympians!
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  21. *Long Post Alert!!!* Alright, guess I'm posting everything at once. So I had some free time so I figured I might as well try to make predictions for each event. These are mostly based on this years world cup results and last years world championships. Please keep in mind that my knowledge of alpine skiing and the nordic sports (besides biathlon) isn't the greatest so any advice would be appreciated. Most events were mostly straight forward to predict but a lot of the events (especially in biathlon, short track, and some freestyle skiing and snowboard events) have been very unpredictable this year so that made my job a lot harder. A lot of the events also don't have too much data so far this year so I'll update the predictions once more events are finished. Alpine Skiing GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Downhill Matthias MAYER Vincent KRIECHMAYR Beat FEUZ M Super-G Aleksander Aamodt KILDE Marco ODERMATT Vincent KRIECHMAYR M Giant Slalom Marco ODERMATT Henrik KRISTOFFERSEN Luca DE ALIPRANDINI M Slalom Clement NOEL Sebastian FOSS-SOLEVAAG Kristoffer JAKOBSEN M Alpine Combined Alexis PINTURAULT Marco SCHWARZ Loic MEILLARD W Downhill Sofia GOGGIA Breezy JOHNSON Corinne SUTER W Super-G Sofia GOGGIA Lara GUT-BEHRAMI Mikaela SHIFFRIN W Giant Slalom Mikaela SHIFFRIN Lara GUT-BEHRAMI Petra VLHOVA W Slalom Petra VLHOVA Mikaela SHIFFRIN Katharina LIENSBERGER W Alpine Combined Mikaela SHIFFRIN Petra VLHOVA Michelle GISIN Team Event Norway Austria Switzerland Biathlon GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Individual Sturla Holm LAEGREID Johannes Thingnes BOE Quentin FILLON MAILLET M Sprint Sebastian SAMUELSSON Johannes Thingnes BOE Emilien JACQUELIN M Pursuit Quentin FILLON MAILLET Vetle Sjaastad CHRISTIANSEN Sebastian SAMUELSSON M Mass Start Quentin FILLON MAILLET Emilien JACQUELIN Sturla Holm LAEGREID M Relay Norway France ROC W Individual Lisa Theresa HAUSER Marketa DAVIDOVA Hanna OEBERG W Sprint Elvira OEBERG Hanna SOLA Marte Olsbu ROEISELAND W Pursuit Marte Olsbu ROEISELAND Elvira OEBERG Dzinara ALIMBEKAVA W Mass Start Marte Olsbu ROEISELAND Elvira OEBERG Julia SIMON W Relay Sweden France Norway Mixed Relay France Norway Sweden Bobsleigh GOLD SILVER BRONZE Two-Man Francesco FRIEDRICH Johannes LOCHNER Rostislav GAITIUKEVICH Four-Man Francesco FRIEDRICH Brad HALL Justin KRIPPS W Monobob Laura NOLTE Kaillie HUMPHRIES Cynthia APPIAH Two-Woman Laura NOLTE Mariama JAMANKA Christine DE BRUIN Cross-Country Skiing GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Ind. Sprint Johannes Hoesflot KLAEBO Haavard Solaas TAUGBOEL Richard JOUVE M 15km Hans Christer HOLUND Simen Hegstad KRUEGER Iivo NISKANEN M Skiathlon Alexander BOLSHUNOV Simen Hegstad KRUEGER Sjur ROETHE M 50km Simen Hegstad KRUEGER Alexander BOLSHUNOV Hans Christer HOLUND M Team Sprint Norway ROC Italy M Relay Norway ROC Italy W Ind. Sprint Maja DAHLQVIST Jonna SUNDLING Anamarija LAMPIC W 10km Frida KARLSSON Therese JOHAUG Natalia NEPRYAYEVA W Skiathlon Therese JOHAUG Frida KARLSSON Ebba ANDERSSON W 30km Therese JOHAUG Frida KARLSSON Heidi WENG W Team Sprint Sweden United States Slovenia W Relay Sweden ROC Norway Curling GOLD SILVER BRONZE Men's Great Britain Canada Sweden Women's Switzerland Sweden Canada Mixed Doubles Great Britain Norway Sweden Figure Skating GOLD SILVER BRONZE Men's Nathan CHEN Shoma UNO Yuzuru HANYU Women's Kamila VALIEVA Anna SHCHERBAKOVA Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA Pairs SUI/HAN TARASOVA/MOROZOV MISHINA/GALLIAMOV Ice Dance PAPADAKIS/CIZERON SINITSINA/KATSALAPOV CHOCK/BATES Team Event ROC United States Japan Freestyle Skiing GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Aerials Maxim BUROV Noe ROTH JIA Zongyang M Moguls Mikael KINGSBURY Ikuma HORISHIMA Walter WALLBERG M Ski Cross Bastien MIDOL Ryan REGEZ Terence TCHIKNAVORIAN M Halfpipe Brendan MACKAY Alex FERREIRA Nico PORTEOUS M Slopestyle Andri RAGETTLI Birk RUUD Colby STEVENSON M Big Air Matej SVANCER Alexander HALL Birk RUUD W Aerials XU Mengtao KONG Fanyu Laura PEEL W Moguls Perrine LAFFONT Anri KAWAMURA Jakara ANTHONY W Ski Cross Sandra NAESLUND Fanny SMITH Marielle THOMPSON W Halfpipe GU Ailing Rachael KARKER Kelly SILDARU W Slopestyle Kelly SILDARU GU Ailing Mathilde GREMAUD W Big Air GU Ailing Tess LEDEUX Sarah HOEFFLIN Mixed Team Aerials China ROC Ukraine Ice Hockey GOLD SILVER BRONZE Men's ROC Finland Canada Women's Canada United States Finland Luge GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Singles Johannes LUDWIG Felix LOCH Wolfgang KINDL W Singles Julia TAUBITZ Madeleine EGLE Natalie GEISENBERGER M Doubles STEU/KOLLER EGGERT/BENECKEN SICS/SICS Team Relay Germany Austria Latvia Nordic Combined GOLD SILVER BRONZE Ind. NH/10km Jarl-Magnus RIIBER Vinzenz GEIGER Ilkka HEROLA Ind. LH/10km Jarl-Magnus RIIBER Johannes LAMPARTER Eric FRENZEL Team LH/Relay Norway Germany Austria Short Track Speed Skating GOLD SILVER BRONZE M 500m WU Dajing LIU Shaolin Sandor REN Ziwei M 1000m HWANG Dae-heon Pascal DION Semen ELISTRATOV M 1500m REN Ziwei Semen ELISTRATOV PARK Jang-hyuk M 5000m Relay Canada South Korea China W 500m Kim BOUTIN Arianna FONTANA Natalia MALISZEWSKA W 1000m Suzanne SCHULTING CHOI Min-jeong Kristen SANTOS W 1500m Suzanne SCHULTING LEE Yu-bin Courtney SARAULT W 3000m Relay Netherlands Canada China Mixed 2000m Relay China Netherlands South Korea Skeleton GOLD SILVER BRONZE Men's Christopher GROTHEER Axel JUNGK GENG Wenqiang Women's Tina HERMANN Kimberley BOS Elena NIKITINA Ski Jumping GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Ind. NH Karl GEIGER Halvor Egner GRANERUD Anze LANISEK M Ind. LH Ryoyu KOBAYASHI Karl GEIGER Halvor Egner GRANERUD M Team LH Germany Austria Norway W Ind. NH Marita KRAMER Katharina ALTHAUS Ursa BOGATAJ Mixed Team NH Austria Slovenia Germany Snowboarding GOLD SILVER BRONZE M Parallel Giant Slalom Stefan BAUMEISTER LEE Sang-ho Dmitry LOGINOV M Snowboard Cross Alessandro HAEMMERLE Eliot GRONDIN Nick BAUMGARTNER M Halfpipe Yuto TOTSUKA Ruka HIRANO Scotty JAMES M Slopestyle Red GERARD Sebastien TOUTANT Mons ROEISELAND M Big Air Max PARROT SU Yiming Marcus KLEVELAND W Parallel Giant Slalom Ester LEDECKA Sofia NADYRSHINA Ramona Theresia HOFMEISTER W Snowboard Cross Charlotte BANKES Michela MOIOLI Belle BROCKHOFF W Halfpipe Chloe KIM CAI Xuetong Queralt CASTELLET W Slopestyle Jamie ANDERSON Zoi SADOWSKI-SYNNOTT Kokomo MURASE W Big Air Anna GASSER Reira IWABUCHI Kokomo MURASE Mixed Team Snowboard Cross Italy France Australia Speed Skating GOLD SILVER BRONZE M 500m Laurent DUBREUIL Tatsuya SHINHAMA GAO Tingyu M 1000m Thomas KROL Kjeld NUIS NING Zhongyan M 1500m NING Zhongyan Joey MANTIA Thomas KROL M 5000m Nils VAN DER POEL Patrick ROEST Ted-Jan BLOEMEN M 10000m Nils VAN DER POEL Jorrit BERGSMA Ted-Jan BLOEMEN M Mass Start Bart SWINGS Ruslan ZAKHAROV Joey MANTIA M Team Pursuit United States Norway Netherlands W 500m Erin JACKSON Nao KODAIRA Femke KOK W 1000m Brittany BOWE Miho TAKAGI Nao KODAIRA W 1500m Miho TAKAGI Brittany BOWE Ayano SATO W 3000m Irene SCHOUTEN Francesca LOLLOBRIGIDA Isabelle WEIDEMANN W 5000m Irene SCHOUTEN Isabelle WEIDEMANN Ragne WIKLUND W Mass Start Ivanie BLONDIN Francesca LOLLOBRIGIDA Irene SCHOUTEN W Team Pursuit Japan Canada Netherlands Medal Table (not updated as of yet) Rank NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 Norway 17 14 12 43 2 Germany 12 9 5 26 3 Sweden 10 6 6 22 4 China 10 3 7 20 5 United States 8 12 5 25 6 Austria 7 8 4 19 7 France 7 6 6 19 8 Canada 6 7 13 26 9 Netherlands 6 4 5 15 10 ROC 5 12 8 25 11 Japan 3 8 6 17 12 Switzerland 3 6 8 17 13 Italy 3 4 3 10 14 Great Britain 3 1 0 4 15 South Korea 2 3 2 7 16 Czechia 2 0 0 2 17 Slovakia 1 1 1 3 18 New Zealand 1 1 0 2 19 Australia 1 0 5 6 20 Estonia 1 0 1 2 21 Belgium 1 0 0 1 22 Finland 0 1 3 4 22 Slovenia 0 1 3 4 24 Belarus 0 1 1 2 25 Hungary 0 1 0 1 26 Latvia 0 0 2 2 27 Ukraine 0 0 1 1 27 Poland 0 0 1 1 27 Spain 0 0 1 1
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  22. It's time to make final guess and elaborate . Short Track Speed Skating: Men's 500m/1500m and Mixed relay with decent chance to win medals even gold medals. Women's and Men's relay are always with chance given the messy situation. To be realistic and consider the unpredictability of the discipline, 2 golds and 6 medals. Speed Skating: Men's 500m and 1500m are among gold medal contenders but with plenty rivals from US, Canada and always Netherland, also Men's 1000m also with slim chance of medal. As host, I decide to be a little optimistic, 1 gold and 2 medals. Figure Skating: Though Russian show great competence on ECH, Chinese pairs can win the gold if skate cleanly for both short and free programs. Also China also have slim chance on team event to win a bronze medal. Once again I'm optimistic as host, 1 gold and 1 medal. Freestyle Skiing: Aerials are quite unpredictable, Mixed team with greatest chance to win gold medal, Women's and Men's event are almost guaranteed with medals but the color is hard to predict. Super star Gu Ailing almost secures the Halfpipe gold, and also with 50% to win Big Air and 20% to win Slopestyle. In total I would guess, 3 golds and 6 medals. Snowboarding: Su Yiming proved his ability on Big Air already. And I see great potential on his Slopestyle, hopefully he succeed Backside 1980 on OG. And Cai Xuetong has capability to win a medal even though she can't compete Chloe Kim. 1 Gold and 2 medals. Skeleton/Bobsleigh/Curling: Hopefully at least one of these sports can make some surprise. 1 medal. My guess: 8 golds and 18 medals Pessimistic guess: 6 golds and 15 medals Optimistic guess: 10 golds and 20 medals
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  23. Ukaleq Slettemark will be in the Olympics representing Denmark. She wants to beat her dad's placing of 85th in the Sprint and Individual. https://www.instagram.com/p/CY3GJIyMnbC/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=836bbb81-c24b-458e-8fc1-fe65c7b4c8b6
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  24. Another easy draw for Berrettini. He is still ranked in the top 10 despite only having one top 10 win since 2019... Also never beaten a top 10 player at a major, and this time he can't face a top 10 opponent until at least the semifinals...
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  25. So, Bruna beat Duda by 3 seconds or so today. She got 279 points, Duda got 307, which brings us to this situation, with only tomorrow's 5k classic to go: Mika is now officially out, she has no theoretical race anymore in which to get her sprint average under 300 and even if she did, she'd be 4th in points anyway. Duda needs to get under 153 points tomorrow to even have a chance. If she scores 153.00 or more, she will end up with more (and so, worse) points than Bruna's current total. That is, of course, if Bruna doesn't improve her 281.10 points. If she does that, Duda will need to get under 153 minus Bruna's improvement. In short, it's looking more than excellent for Bruna.
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  26. Honestly, I'm in shock. Being a Lithuanian biathlon fan, I always kept thinking if we're ever going to see anything better than Diana Rasimovičiūtė. Now, nearly eleven years later, Lithuania is back in the top 10 and it is the highest placement for any Lithuanian biathlete since our independence. What is even more amazing is that TODAY, January 13th we are celebrating the 31st year of our independence after fourteen brave civilians were crushed underneath Soviet tanks for peacefully defending our TV Tower. What a day to be alive, I will always be thankful for what Vytautas Strolia did today for biathlon and Lithuania, hopefully, just hopefully he gets to climb onto a podium before he decides to retire. But for today, I'm happy to call him the best biathlete that Lithuania has ever produced in modern biathlon.
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  27. Happy new year from the last Totallympics time zone
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  28. Hapy and blessed 2022 to you all!
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  29. Happy New Year, preferably coronaless.
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  30. Happy New Year! From me and my ragdolls!
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  31. Happy New Year (to the majority of Totallympians who entered now).
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  32. Merry Christmas to all you who celebrate it. And if don't - have a good time anyway.
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  33. Ukaleq Slettemark from Gibraltar I swear, I just heard it, almost choked myself while drinking
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  34. Finito, ende, terminé, game over... Mr. Monk would be proud and happy how we rounded the final number at the very last minute federations send their list of nominated and qualified athletes to our NOC. Friday morning the 21st, the General Assembly of slovak NOC will meet to the approval session where the entire delegation is expected to be approved and accepted. So until then "unofficially" 50 (37+13) Ice Hockey 25 (25+0) Biathlon 8 (4+4) Alpine Skiing 5 (2+3) Cross-Country Skiing 5 (2+3) Luge 5 (4+1) Bobsleigh 1 (0+1) Snobowboarding (Park&Pipe) 1 (0+1) More to come this Friday after the General Nomination Assembly...
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  35. CHINA: 171 Cross-Country Skiing: 9 Alpine Skiing: 4 Ski Jumping: 3 Nordic Combined: 1 Freestyle Skiing: 21 Snowboarding: 13 Biathlon: 8 Ice Hockey: 48 Curling: 12 Bobsleigh: 12 Skeleton: 4 Luge: 4 Figure Skating: 8 Short Track Speed Skating: 10 Speed Skating: 14
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  36. Gebrasy (@Werloc) will perform his song in this Saturday in third heat of Lithuanian selections, he is first to perform at that night. Good luck
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  37. Can in M Individual and in W Individual enter 5 athletes in Beijing ? The rule about the extra-quota for the reigning olympic champion is still in place ? In this case in both individuals we can have 93 starters, in the sprints 92 (20x4 + 12x1) Interesting JT Boe & H. Oeberg are the only 2 active Olympic champions from the individual events in PC 2018 (the others already retired Dahlmeier, Fourcade, Peiffer and Kuzmina) So now when all this nerve-wracking qualification is finally over, let have a look thow it all ended M and will travel to Beijing with six men, and another seven countries will go with five. These will be and . , , , , , , , , and can field each four competitors. , and, with an exception, also host , earned two places through the IBU qualification points. Birkentals, Coltea, Guzik, Kiriyev, Lapshin and Wright will also travel to Beijing as sole representatives of their respective countries. Crnkovic remained the first under the line but his hope are not vompletely dead as there chances of refused quotas from previous NOCs (especially ) W Among women, and can count on six competitors, as well as , five will represent , , , , , and . Four athletes will have , , , , , , , , and . , and won two places from IBU qualification points. One for Vishnevskaya, Bendika, Ushkina, Kocergina, Lie, and 20-year-old Ukaleq Slettemark, who represents Greenland, has won a quota as well, but since the IOC does not recognize , so she will compete for . So we should have 20 classic relays for both men and women, and 21 in the Mixed Relay Sadly, Lithuania, Belgium and Poland can not field a Mixed Relay because they qualified 4 + 1 athletes, but , and host will have 4 + 2 competitors, so they can start also in the Mixed relay. Same based on the qualification points for with two women and two men qualified.
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  38. finished the trials and publish the team list today without surprise person. Men: Jin Boyang Women: Zhu Yi (Beverly Zhu) Pairs: Sui Wenjing/Han Cong, Peng Cheng/Jin Yang Ice Dance: Wang Shiyue/Liu Xinyu
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  39. If my calculations are correct (and luckily this season so far they generally are), that should result in these points: Jaque 103,36 Bruna 186,36 Mika 218,28 Duda 241,58 Putting Bruna roughly 140 points ahead of Duda in the internal ranking now (I'll wait a little with that until the points are on the FIS website and I enter them in my table)!
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  40. Men's Snowboard Cross Quotas (before reallocation) 4 quotas Australia Austria Italy United States 3 quotas Canada Germany 2 quotas France 1 quota China Czechia Great Britain Japan Netherlands ROC Spain Switzerland Women's Snowboard Cross Quotas (before reallocation) 4 quotas Canada France Italy Switzerland United States 3 quotas ROC 2 quotas Australia Czechia 1 quota Austria China Germany Great Britain Japan Mixed Team Snowboard Cross Australia Austria Canada China Czechia France Germany Great Britain Italy Japan ROC Switzerland United States Reserves: Men: , , , , Women: , , , ,
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  41. Men's Halfpipe Quotas (before reallocation): 4 quotas: Canada New Zealand United States 3 quotas: China 2 quotas: Austria Switzerland 1 quota: Finland France Great Britain Ireland Japan Norway Women's Halfpipe Quotas (before reallocation): 4 quotas: Canada China United States 2 quotas: Germany Great Britain Japan New Zealand 1 quota: Australia Estonia Netherlands ROC South Korea Reserves: Men: , , , , Women: ,
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  42. Celebrations of Djokovic because he "stands by his own opinion" are so dumb...on the contrary, if he stood by his opinion he would have simply said: I'm not getting the vaccine because I think it's bullshit and not entering any place and tournament if they require it. Instead he's a huge hypocrite and made up claims of medical exemptions to get more money and records. And if he campaigned for other people to get vaccinated while thinking vaccines are dangerous it's even worse. Also laughable the fact that after all this time people are still using the "in DR Congo with no vaccines people are not dying on the streets" argument...by a quick Google search in DR Congo: 46% of population is under 15, median age is 19, child mortality rate 7-10%, only a few people are over 50...not a surprise that in countries where nearly all the a bit frail and a bit old people are already dead there won't be many dying of covid on the streets, vaccine or not vaccine.
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  43. Now that the 2021 TISC season has come to and end I thought I would share a little update on how the 2021 entries shaped the overall TISC All-Time Top 40. The Top 40 list is based on points-per-jury (PPJ) averages and is an elite ranking of the songs that scored big amongst our interntional juries. I am happy to report that all 6 medal winning entries from both contests this year made it into the Overall Top 40. However, it was the 2021 Open Contest medalists who made the biggest impact on the Overall Top 40 with Czech Republic's Lenny making it all the way up to number 12 in the chart. See details below: TISC Annual Top 40: New entries in the TISC Annual Top 40: # 9 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (4.78 PPJ) # 11 Molly Sandén - Husavik (4.69 PPJ) # 15 Dermot Kennedy - Giants (4.44 PPJ) No other entries from TISC Annual 2021 made it on the All-Time TISC Annual Top 40 chart. TISC Open Top 40: New entries in the TISC Open Top 40: # 8 Lenny - Hell.o (5.50 PPJ) # 16 Gin Wigmore - Written In The Water (5.06 PPJ) # 18 Avicii - Wake Me Up (4.92 PPJ) # 27 The Rumour Said Fire - The Balcony (4.33 PPJ) # 38 Lenny - Claudio Capéo - Un Homme Debout (3.69 PPJ) TISC Overall Top 40: New entries in the TISC Overall Top 40: # 12 Lenny - Hell.o (5.50 PPJ) # 23 Gin Wigmore - Written In The Water (5.06 PPJ) # 25 Avicii - Wake Me Up (4.92 PPJ) # 30 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (4.78 PPJ) # 33 Molly Sandén - Husavik (4.69 PPJ) # 40 Dermot Kennedy - Giants (4.44 PPJ) Only 5 non-medal winning entries appear in the Overall Top 40 with 2 champions and 16 former medalists now finding themselves outside the Top 40 chart! The TISC Annual Top 40 chart will be played in the TISC Annual 2022 thread in the days preceding the live show and a similar airing of the TISC Open Top 40 chart is planned for the TISC Open 2022 later in the year. Then as part of the 20th edition celebrations in 2023 a special Hot 100 Chart will be compiled showcasing the overall Top 100 of all time.
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  44. I sat beside her at Short track speed skating in 2018... very nice and down to earth person lol
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  45. Christmas Simulated Team Size Update. 91 NOC's now with Eritrea and Saudi Arabia recently qualifying. Vietnam remains in qualifying position for now. If anyone wants a sport-by-sport breakdown for any NOC, feel free to ask. Albania- 1 American Samoa- 1 Andorra- 6 Argentina- 6 Armenia- 6 Australia- 41 (+4) Austria- 108 (-1) Azerbaijan- 2 (+1) Belarus- 28 (-3) Belgium- 18 (+1) Bolivia- 2 Bosnia and Herzegovina- 5 Brazil- 11 Bulgaria- 16 Canada- 212 (+3) Chile- 5 China- 163 (+21) Chinese Taipei- 3 (-1) Colombia- 3 Croatia- 14 Cyprus- 1 Czech Republic- 114 (-2) Denmark- 64 (+6) Ecuador- 1 Eritrea- 1 (+1) Estonia- 22 Finland- 93 France- 85 (-9) Georgia- 9 Germany- 154 (+10) Great Britain- 53 Greece- 5 Haiti- 1 Hong Kong- 3 Hungary- 13 (-2) Iceland- 5 India- 1 Iran- 3 Ireland- 6 (-2) Israel- 7 Italy- 117 (-1) Jamaica- 6 Japan- 127 (-4) Kazakhstan- 33 Kenya- 1 Kosovo- 1 Kyrgyzstan- 1 Latvia- 57 (-7) Lebanon- 3 Liechtenstein- 4 Lithuania- 14 (+1) Luxembourg- 3 Madagascar- 2 Malaysia- 2 Malta- 2 Mexico- 4 Moldova- 4 (-2) Monaco- 3 Mongolia- 2 Montenegro- 3 Morocco- 1 Netherlands- 43 (-2) New Zealand- 20 (+2) Nigeria- 1 North Macedonia- 3 Norway- 90 (-2) Pakistan- 2 Peru- 1 Philippines- 1 Poland- 54 (+1) Portugal- 3 Puerto Rico- 2 Romania- 21 (+1) Russian Olympic Committee- 206 (-4) San Marino- 1 Saudi Arabia- 1 (+1) Serbia- 5 Slovakia- 49 Slovenia- 42 (-1) South Korea- 59 (-1) Spain- 16 (-1) Sweden- 120 (-2) Switzerland- 172 (-3) Thailand- 5 Timor-Leste- 1 Trinidad and Tobago- 2 Turkey- 7 Ukraine- 44 (+1) United States- 218 (-6) Uzbekistan- 1 Vietnam- 1
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