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  1. Hi everybody, First time poster, long time lurker on this forum. I attach a hour-by-hour all-sports schedule for 2024 that I have prepared (rounded to the nearest quarter-hour). Lots of changes and clarifications to come, of course, many of which have been subjects in this topic. Hope you find this useful. Start planning your viewing now! Corrections and updates welcome! esube 2024_olympics_schedule.pdf
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  2. The qualification window for Judo opened at the end of June and so far there have been 8 qualifying events staged - 2 Grand Slams, 1 Grand Prix and 5 Continental Opens. Annoyingly, the IJF haven't got their act together for the last couple of months and they haven't been publishing the Olympic Ranking list on their website. I've gone through the results from 7 of the 8 qualifying events - I haven't included the results of Tahiti Oceania Open - to generate my own tracker of current qualification position. Couple of caveats: 1) This only covers the top 17 in the rankings (and France as hosts) - it doesn't take into account the continental quotas 2) Russia are included in the list despite the fact that they haven't been competing on the tour. At the moment, the rankings are heavily driven by the results from the Grand Slams and Russia were included in and performed pretty well at the Ulaanbaatar GS. I guess with the World Champs taking place in Uzbekistan, there is a possibility that Russian judokas may be there too. In terms of the team event, at the moment, by my reckoning the following nations would be qualified: It's still early days and a lot will change will change before the end of the qualification window
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  3. When tomorrow you will open Totallympics you will see a new and renovated home page
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  4. Introducing text about No. 1a "WHERE CAN I GO TO?" map of our tour In the beggining, I would like to introduce you nine czech towns. We are starting our pilgrimage of my homeland in Prague. PRAGUE (Praha) Population: 1 267 173 p. Capital and the biggest city of The Czech Republic. According to legend, Prague was founded in the 8th century by the czech princess Libuše and her husband Přemysl (the founder of the Přemysl dynasty). The legend has it that Libuše climbed of a rocky cliff above the Vltava river and prophersied: "I see a great city whose glory will touch the stars." She ordered a castle to the built on the spot and named the city Prague. In Prague, you can visit many monuments of different architectural styles. Prague Castle is considered the most valuable monument in Prague. Its construction began in the 9th century and ended only in the 20th century. It's a complex of various temples, churches, palaces and buildings in different styles, but the dominant one is the St. Vitus Church. Whole complex is also a UNESCO monument. Another prominent monument is the Charles Bridge, which is the oldest standing bridge over the Vltava River (opened in 1402). There are 30 baroque sculptures on the bridge and it is only for pedestrians. The Old Town Hall was founded in 1338, it is mainly known for its astronomical clock - the best-preserved medieval clock in the world. At noon, the astronomical clock is very often visited by tourists. In May 1945, the town hall caught fire (due to the fight between the insurgents and the German army) and part of the building was irretrievably destroyed. Today, only fragments of the original building can be seen. Vyšehrad is a castle and fortress on a rock above the Vltava River. It was the former residence of Czech kings. Part of the fortress is also a large cemetery where a large number of famous Czech personalities are buried. Other no less important monuments include the National Theatre, the Bethlehem Chapel (in which Jan Hus preached his ideas, for which he was later burned), the National Museum or the Rudolfinum concert palace. The most interesting modern building can be considered the Dancing House (the building is inspired by the interwar dancing couple Astair – Rogers).
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  5. I was doing some research on which nations might be eligible for Tripartite invitation places for Paris 2024 should the same criteria be used this time round as previously. The tripartite eligibility criteria for Tokyo 2020 was such that invitation places would only be allocated to NOCs with an average of 8 or fewer athletes in individual sports / disciplines in the previous 2 editions of the Olympics (London and Rio). This means 92 NOCs in total were eligible for tripartite invitation quotas. So if we use the same criteria this time, a total of 94 NOCs would be eligible. Botswana, Kosovo and Pakistan would no longer be eligible in this Olympic cycle as they have gone above the average of 8 individual athletes at the previous 2 editions. On the otherhand, 5 nations that were ineligible last time would now be eligible in this Olympic cycle: Congo, Cook Islands, El Salvador, Iceland, Lebanon. Obviously this isn't anything official, I am just speculating based on previous criteria but it's fun to look at such things, right? NOCs that remain eligible for Tripartite Invitations for Paris 2024 * denotes that athletes from team sports were discounted from the total Nation 2016 Athletes 2020 Athletes Average Athletes Afghanistan 3 5 4 Albania 6 9 7.5 American Samoa 4 6 5 Andorra 5 2 3.5 Antigua and Barbuda 9 6 7.5 Aruba 7 3 5 Bangladesh 7 6 6.5 Belize 3 3 3 Benin 6 7 6.5 Bermuda 8 2 5 Bhutan 2 4 3 British Virgin Islands 4 3 3.5 Brunei Darussalam 3 2 2.5 Burkina Faso 5 7 6 Burundi 9 6 7.5 Cambodia 6 3 4.5 Cape Verde 5 6 5.5 Cayman Islands 5 5 5 Central African Republic 6 2 4 Chad 2 3 2.5 Comoros 4 3 3.5 Democratic Republic of the Congo 4 7 5.5 Djibouti 7 4 5.5 Dominica 2 2 2 Timor-Leste 3 3 3 Equatorial Guinea 2 3 2.5 Eswatini 2 4 3 Federated States of Micronesia 5 3 4 Gabon 6 5 5.5 Gambia 4 4 4 Grenada 7 6 6.5 Guam 5 5 5 Guinea 5 5 5 Guinea-Bissau 5 4 4.5 Guyana 6 7 6.5 Haiti 10 6 8 Honduras 7* 5* 6* Iraq 5* 3 4* Kiribati 3 3 3 Kuwait 0 10 5 Laos 6 4 5 Lesotho 8 2 5 Liberia 2 3 2.5 Libya 7 4 5.5 Liechtenstein 3 5 4 Madagascar 6 6 6 Malawi 5 5 5 Maldives 4 4 4 Mali 6 4 5 Malta 7 6 6.5 Marshall Islands 5 2 3.5 Mauritania 2 2 2 Monaco 3 6 4.5 Montenegro 7* 7* 7* Mozambique 6 10 8 Myanmar 7 2 4.5 Nauru 2 2 2 Nepal 7 5 6 Nicaragua 5 8 6.5 Niger 6 7 6.5 North Macedonia 6 8 7 Oman 4 5 4.5 Palau 5 3 4 Palestine 6 5 5.5 Papua New Guinea 8 8 8 Rwanda 7 5 6 Saint Kitts and Nevis 7 2 4.5 Saint Lucia 5 5 5 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 4 3 3.5 Samoa 8 8 8 San Marino 4 5 4.5 Sao Tome and Principe 3 3 3 Seychelles 10 5 7.5 Sierra Leone 4 4 4 Solomon Islands 3 3 3 Somalia 2 2 2 South Sudan 3 2 2.5 Sri Lanka 9 9 9 Sudan 6 5 5.5 Suriname 6 3 4.5 Syria 7 6 6.5 Tanzania 7 3 5 Togo 5 4 4.5 Tonga 7 6 6.5 Tuvalu 1 2 1.5 US Virgin Islands 7 4 5.5 Vanuatu 4 3 3.5 Yemen 3 5 4 Zambia 7 8* 7.5* NOCs that are no longer eligible for Tripartite Invitations for Paris 2024 Botswana 12 13 12.5 Kosovo 8 11 9.5 Pakistan 7 10 8.5 NOCs that have become eligible for Tripartite Invitations for Paris 2024 Congo 10 3 6.5 Cook Islands 9 6 7.5 El Salvador 8 5 6.5 Iceland 8 4 6 Lebanon 9 6 7.5
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  7. Final Medal Table (Olympic events only) 4 / 1 / 3 3 / 0 / 0 1 / 7 / 1 1 / 1 / 0 1 / 0 / 2 1 / 0 / 0 1 / 0 / 0 1 / 0 / 0 1 / 0 / 0 0 / 2 / 0 0 / 1 / 4 0 / 1 / 1 0 / 1 / 1 0 / 0 / 1 0 / 0 / 1
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  8. Introducing text about No. 1c "WHERE CAN I GO TO?" map of our tour PILSEN (Plzeň) Population: 168 449 p. The 4th biggest town in The Czech Republic. The city was founded in 976 as a fortress of the Přemysl princes. It was considered one of the three most important trade centers of the Czech lands (during the 14th century). In the 19th century, industry developed intensively here, there was created automobile brand Škoda or the famous brewery with beer brand Pilsner Urquell. Pilsen is located on undulating terrain, where the Berounka river is formed by the confluence of four smaller rivers (Mže, Radbuza, Úhlava and Úslava). The city is overflowing with beautiful architecture, I will only introduce you to the very basics. You can't miss St. Bartholomew's Cathedral because it has the highest church tower in the Czech Republic (102.26 m). Cathedral is in the Gothic style and it's located in the center of the city. The Franciscan monastery was founded in 1300. It is built mainly in the Renaissance style. The Franciscans were representatives of a minority order under the Roman Catholic Church. The monastery was heavily damaged during the Hussite siege (1433). The Great Synagogue is also located in Pilsen, which is the largest building of this type in the Czech Republic and the third largest in the world (after the ones in Jerusalem and Budapest). Before the start of the Second World War, the Nazis tried to bomb the synagogue, but the action failed. In 2014, the modern New Theater building was opened, which was built according to the design of Portuguese architects. The building is located near the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew. Although Pilsen is a culturally rich city, no significant sporting events are held here. However, the best Czech football team - FC Viktoria Plzeň - is based here. OLOMOUC (Olomouc) Population: 99 564 p. The 6th biggest town in The Czech Republic. An university town with great history. The city lies on the Morava River in an elongated fertile valley. It is the center of the cultural area of Haná. As early as 1253, it was declared a royal trading town, but continuous settlement of the area appeared as early as the beginning of the 11th century. The city is known for its archbishopric and the second oldest Czech university (Palacký's University) is also located here. The historical core of the city is made up of a former fortress, the foundations of which are still preserved today. It is the largest fortress in the Czech Republic, which was in operation from the end of the 13th century until 1886. Most of the city's monuments can be found on the territory of the fortress. In the middle of Upper Square there is a town hall with an astronomical clock. While the current form of the town hall was created in 1474, the astronomical clock was damaged during the Second World War. The new clock was created in 1955 with the theme of socialist realism. On the same square we can also find the Column of the Holy Trinity - the only UNESCO monument in Olomouc. The column was built by a group of Czech Baroque sculptors. It is so large and tall that you can go inside, where is a small chapel. This unique baroque work is the largest column and at the same time the largest sculpture in the Czech Republic. České Budějovice (České Budějovice) Population: 93 083 p. The 7th biggest town in The Czech Republic. King Přemysl Otakar II. founded the city in 1265. The city firstly fulfilled the function of diplomatic meetings between the House of Luxembourg and other families, then due to religious changes, the city became the target of conflicts. Today, the city is very interesting, especially from the architectural side. The Black Tower is originally a guard and signal tower from the 16th century. Today it is open to the public, above the clock there is a walkway with a view of the entire city. The Salt House is a smaller building that dates back to the Renaissance. It served as a warehouse for grain and later salt. The Rabenstein tower is one of the two preserved fortification towers from the 14th century. The tower was primarily used as a warehouse for weapons and gunpowder, then as a prison. Today you will find an exhibition of armor and historical weapons there. A representative of modern architecture is, for example, the Piano administrative center, built between 2016 and 2018. Hradec Králové (Hradec Králové) Population: 90 679 p. The 8th biggest town in The Czech Republic and also residence of @Hipooo!!! This city was originally a royal city, but king Wenceslas II. dedicated it to the Czech queens. It functioned as the commercial center of Eastern Bohemia and today it is also an important cultural and university center. The city is nicknamed the Salon of the Republic because the city center is filled with many buildings from the 20th century. Today, the city is world famous for its Petrof brand pianos. The White Tower is very similar to the Black Tower in České Budejovice because it was designed by the same person. You can also climb the White Tower and observe the view not only of the city, but with good visibility you can also see the highest point of the Czech Republic - Sněžka, which is almost 60 km from the city. The Museum of Eastern Bohemia is an Art Nouveau brick building with various permanent and seasonal exhibitions. Adalbertinum is a social house built at the end of the 19th century in a style with elements of Neo-Renaissance and Neo-Baroque. The building is used for social and cultural activities. The Ulrich Square is a place lined with functionalist buildings. Today, the Regional Directorate of the Police and ČSOB bank are located here. The Hučák hydroelectric power plant is located in the city center on the Elbe River. This Art Nouveau building has been in operation since 1912 and is supposed to protect the city from floods. YES THIS YEAR'S TOISC 2022 IS HELD RIGHT HERE!! Pardubice (Pardubice) Population: 88 188 p. The 10th biggest town in The Czech Republic with an important railway junction. The first mention of the town dates back to 1295, but it flourished only in the 19th century, when the town was connected to the railway. Since then there has been intensive industrial development and the population has rapidly doubled. Nowadays, Pardubice is famous for Pardubice gingerbread and the Velká Pardubická horse race. The Pardubice Castle is located in the city center and dates back to the Renaissance in 1491. The Municipal Theater is an Art Nouveau building built at the beginning of the 20th century. It is probably the most important theater in Eastern Bohemia. Karlovy Vary (Karlovy Vary) Population: 45 605 p. The 22nd biggest town in The Czech Republic and the biggest czech spa town. Karlovy Vary is not one of the largest cities in the Czech Republic, but it is nevertheless a regional capital and is known worldwide for its spa treatments. The town was founded in 1370 and is located in a relatively steep valley of the Ohře river. The hottest spring Vřídlo (72 °C) is located there. It also hosts an international film festival every year. The list of monuments is really wide. There are four spa buildings in the city (two of which are still spas today) and five colonnades. Since the city has been visited by a number of important figures throughout history, there are a large number of monuments and statues. On the outskirts of the city there are architecturally interesting lookouts, e.g. Goethe's viewpoint. There are a large number of hotels in the city, almost every one of them is in magnificent buildings of art nouveau and romantic style.
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  9. Meanwhile for some lighter political news: As some of you may remember, last year I took part in the local election here in Aarhus. I got 4th most personal votes among the candidates from my party who got three seats meaning that I was first in line if something were to happen. Now on monday I will get my chance as one of the three members of the council is taking a parental leave for the rest of the year! It's just three months but I'm extremely exited about it even though it will take a huge chunk of my spare time!
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  10. I have no world for this, a truly Italian miracle
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  11. Czech your passports people....TISC Open 2022 is coming!! It is my great pleasure to formally announce Czech Republic as the host of TISC Open 2022! . Congratulations @Hipooo on your new role as TISC host. It is the 19th edition of the Totallympics International Song Contest and the first to be hosted in the Czech Republic, following in the footsteps of their neighbours Slovakia, Poland and Hungary. Thank you for taking up the mantle of TISC host and best of luck with the organisation, we are all behind you! Hopefully you will be able to draw in some of your fellow Czech users to the contest for their home edition No definite plans are in place as of yet as to a schedule but it seems like the Grand Final could take place in the first weekend in November. But that is just a provisional date. This means we will be looking at opening up the TISC thread in mid to late September. We will be following the general plan of having 2 weeks for registrations/song selections, 2 weeks for voting and 2 weeks of preparation time for organisers to prepare the templates for the Grand Final. As always, that is just a general guide and if more time is needed by the host to prepare and organise then that is fine. One change I am thinking of however is spawned from the most recent edition when concerns were raised around multi-member juries and some users from those nations not being given enough time to notice the thread and help select their nation's entry. So to help ease that concern a little we will open the thread 1 week early and keep it closed to song selections, but allow people to register their interest to say they want to take part. We also introduced a rule after the last edition to help instruct users who are likely to be part of a multi-member jury to work with their fellow jury members before posting an entry too early: See you all soon in Czech Republic for TISC #19
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  12. The new home page is now live! I hope you all like it For those who do not like changes, you can still get the "old" home here: https://totallympics.com/forums/ Feel free to share any comment, suggestion or feedback!
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  13. Insane ending at the Talence Decastar heptathlon Dutch Emma Oosterwegel has 9 points to defend on Austrian Ivona Dadic in the 800m. Dadic attacks in the last lap and gets a gap of 1-2 seconds, which is enough. Oosterwegel pulls absolutely everything out of it though, and closes the gap back to a little under 0,7 seconds.....the result? I do not think I have seen that in the recent past
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  14. In the previous edition of the contest it was discussed that multi jury members sometimes missed the boat before an entry was already chosen for their nation by another member of their national jury. In light of this, to allow fair time for multi jury members to see the thread and register their interest, we have decided that the song selection window won’t open until this Friday, September 23rd. There is also new guidance for multi juries in the rules about allowing some time as a form of courtesy to other member of their national jury to help select their song. 3. (b) In cases where 2 or more members from the same nation register to participate in the contest, they must work together by private message to agree upon the song and artist they wish to represent their nation in the contest. If one of those members already chose the song and artist for their nation before the other members registered for the contest, the newly registered members have the right to re-visit the selection made for their nation. All members from that nation should work together to agree on the chosen representative. This must be completed before the official song entry registration deadline. Any outstanding concerns can be brought to the attention of the organising committee by private message to seek a fair solution if needed. For these reasons, it is recommended that users from nations that often have multiple jury members to give a reasonable amount of time to allow their fellow jury members to register, as a form of courtesy for their fellow jury members. This may help to avoid situations where there is a disagreement in the chosen representative and reduce the amount of occasions when the chosen song / artist needs to be changed.
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  15. Soon, next week, don't worry
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  16. Brazil in fifth in my favorite sport. I could never imagine this would happen some day, and so, so close to a groundbreaking medal. I'm really happy and I was emotional through the whole competition. What a rollercoaster ride!
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  17. Alexandra Eala wins US Open junior girls’ singles. She becomes the first player from the Philippines to win a Grand Slam junior singles title. https://www.wtatennis.com/news/2787686/eala-claims-us-open-junior-crown-makes-history-for-the-philippines
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  18. Oh, wow, the girls actually did it! What a surprise at the start of the WCh, wins against .
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  19. This week’s World Championships definitely represents a big step forward for Team GB compared to the last few years and the disastrous Tokyo regatta. Given our relative strength in the sport, I was surprised to discover that this is the first time since 2016 that GB have won a gold medal at the rowing world championships outside of the para-rowing classes. Using this week to project Olympic qualification, Britain would have qualified in all 11 of the boat categories that they entered – an improvement of 2 compared to the WCs of 2019. The biggest step forward arguably came from Ukraine who would qualify 5 boats – compared to 0 in 2019 – which is no mean feat given everything that is going on in the country. New Zealand and Italy haven’t had a vintage year with New Zealand qualifying in just 4 events compared to 9 previously and Italy dropping from 8 to 4. Good to see Japan making progress post Tokyo. Ryuta Arakawa’s victory in the B-Final would be an Olympic qualifying spot and would possibly be the first time that a non-Chinese boat had qualified through the World Championships route. Still a year to go before the qualification regatta, but I think Team GB will be very happy with their performances this year and if they can get a good winter of injury free training, they could be on track for largest rowing squad since London 2012.
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  20. After Day 5, here's the breakdown of the number of surfers per nation still in contention. Men 3 - 2 - 1 - Women 3 - 2 - 1 -
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  21. Hello my TOICS friends, Lenny (our last year winner) wants to show herself in another song called Figure It Out. The music clip contains autenthic shots from her growing up. Enjoy!
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  22. what a proud moment for Albania , after years of hard work on youth level etc, they finally managed to win their first ever gold medal in this sport. hard work always pays off or you can always hire a Russian mercenary
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  23. Obviously Slovensko can not miss the TISC especially when its organized by our beloved neighbors/friends/brothers "west coast" , so officially is in
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  24. I'm planning to introduce you with The Czech Republic. I don't know, who of us have already been in , I think not many of you Every week I want post some education text about my country to know or convince to come to us. is small but beautiful country and I want to try to prove you that it's true
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  25. So Nur-Sultan existed 3 years. The capital will be re-named Astana again
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  26. Found the complete Santiago 2023 Qualification manual on the Pan Am sports website. Untitled - Qualification-System-Manual.pdf
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  27. The same as "Right wing = Evil incarnate." But we can't let loose of the narrative, am i right. Can't wait to see the doom and gloom, that will happen in Sweden and their drop in the World Development and Living standard position from 4th to 6th. I don't know how people would be able to live there now.
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  28. HISTORY IS MADE I will not forget easily this day, wow... If it's a dream, don't wake up me.
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  29. Well, I predicted Poland would win as I guess most did, but I did also predict in some other thread that Italy would win gold in Paris with this strong new generation. Maybe their time has come even sooner than I thought.
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  30. Seems that big changes are coming for Boxing @Sindo @JoshMartini007 @Benolympique
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  31. If anyone's interested, I compiled the best times 3 times in each event from the European Juniors, Pan-Pacific Juniors, and the World European Juniors. Non-olympic events weren't contested at Pan-Pacs so I'm skipping those. I think China is the only major country that didn't compete at any of the 3 events so this should mostly give an idea of what a full junior world championship medal table would look like. There's a few notable juniors that didn't compete. This was especially true at the Pan-Pacs because swimmers that competed at the world championships weren't allowed to compete there. At this point, I'm too lazy to compile a list of absent junior swimmers so if anybody wants to do that, that would be appreciated. Men's 50m Freestyle: 1. Diogo RIBEIRO, 21.92 2. David POPOVICI, 22.16 3. Flynn SOUTHAM, 22.36 Men's 100m Freestyle: 1. David POPOVICI, 47.13 2. Flynn SOUTHAM, 48.23 3. Jacob WHITTLE, 48.65 Men's 200m Freestyle: 1. David POPOVICI, 1:45.45 2. Flynn SOUTHAM, 1:47.11 3. Lorenzo GALOSSI, 1:47.71 Men's 400m Freestyle: 1. Lorenzo GALOSSI, 3:48.14 2. Stephan STEVERINK, 3:48.27 3. Joshua STAPLES, 3:48.36 Men's 800m Freestyle: 1. Lorenzo GALOSSI, 7:52.04 2. Carlos GARACH, 7:52.73 3. Vlad STANCU, 7:54.02 Men's 1500m Freestyle: 1. Vlad STANCU, 15:05.47 2. Carlos GARACH, 15:08.14 3. Laszlo GALICZ, 15:12.71 Men's 100m Backstroke: 1. Ksawery MASIUK, 52.91 2. Pieter COETZE, 52.99 3. Daniel DIEHL, 53.27 Men's 200m Backstroke: 1. Pieter COETZE, 1:56.05 2. Ksawery MASIUK, 1:56.62 3. Hidekazu TAKEHARA, 1:57.00 Men's 100m Breaststroke: 1. Zhier FAN, 1:00.74 2. Volodmyr LISOVETS, 1:00.96 3. Koen DE GROOT, 1:01.21 Men's 200m Breaststroke: 1. Asahi KAWASHIMA, 2:11.81 2. Yamato OKADOME, 2:12.19 3. Nicholas MAHABIR, 2:12.50 Men's 100m Butterfly: 1. Thomas HEILMAN, 51.98 2. Diogo RIBEIRO, 52.03 3. Jesse COLEMAN, 52.23 Men's 200m Butterfly: 1. Krzysztof CHMIELEWSKI, 1:55.49 2. Aaron SHACKELL, 1:55.81 3. Thomas HEILMAN, 1:56.52 Men's 200m Individual Medley: 1. Maximus WILLIAMSON, 1:59.01 2. Sanberk Yigit OKTAR, 1:59.89 3. Tomoyuki MATSUSHITA, 2:00.64 Men's 400m Individual Medley: 1. Riku YAMAGUCHI, 4:14.88 2. Ei KAMIKAWABATA, 4:15.23 3. Maximus WILLIAMSON, 4:17.58 Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay: 1. United States, 3:15.79 2. Australia, 3:18.06 3. Romania, 3:18.84 Men's 4x200m Freestyle Relay: 1. Australia, 7:13.07 2. United States, 7:15.18 3. Italy, 7:17.08 Men's 4x100m Medley Relay: 1. United States, 3:36.65 2. Australia, 3:36.96 3. Great Britain, 3:37.44 Women's 50m Freestyle: 1. Milla JANSEN, 25.19 2. Nina JAZY, 25.22 3. Anna MOESCH, 25.32 Women's 100m Freestyle: 1. Erin GEMMELL, 54.13 2. Milla JANSEN, 54.36 3. Olivia WUNSCH, 54.50 Women's 200m Freestyle: 1. Erin GEMMELL, 1:56.15 2. Jaime PERKINS, 1:57.34 3. Nikolett PADAR, 1:58.19 Women's 400m Freestyle: 1. Erin GEMMELL, 4:05.07 2. Jaime PERKINS, 4:06.64 3. Jillian COX, 4:06.84 Women's 800m Freestyle: 1. Merve TUNCEL, 8:28.32 2. Jillian COX, 8:30.38 3. Jaime PERKINS, 8:30.44 Women's 1500m Freestyle: 1. Merve TUNCEL, 16:13.68 2. Alexa REYNA, 16:21.46 3. Michaela MATTES, 16:24.02 Women's 100m Backstroke: 1. Maggie WANEZEK, 59.96 2. Iona ANDERSON, 1:00.39 3. Dora MOLNAR, 1:00.88 Women's 200m Backstroke: 1. Yuzuki MIZUNO, 2:09.17 2. Mio NARITA, 2:09.67 3. Dora MOLNAR, 2:09.80 Women's 100m Breaststroke: 1. Eneli JEFIMOVA, 1:06.50 2. Piper ENGE, 1:08.58 3. Karoline PIECHOWICZ, 1:08.73 Women's 200m Breaststroke: 1. Kotomi KATO, 2:26.55 2. Eneli JEFIMOVA, 2:26.85 3. Justine DELMAS, 2:26.86 Women's 100m Butterfly: 1. Roos VANOTTERDIJK, 57.85 2. Lana PUDAR, 57.88 3. Alex SHACKELL, 58.58 Women's 200m Butterfly: 1. Airi MITSUI, 2:07.82 2. Lana PUDAR, 2:08.92 3. Yasuki FUJIMOTO, 2:09.63 Women's 200m Individual Medley: 1. Mio NARITA, 2:11.22 2. Ashley MCMILLAN, 2:13.31 3. Lilla Minna ABRAHAM, 2:13.45 Women's 400m Individual Medley: 1. Mio NARITA, 4:36.79 2. Kayla HAN, 4:43.60 3. Ayami SUZUKI, 4:43.70 Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay: 1. United States, 3:37.99 2. Australia, 3:39.04 3. Canada, 3:40.90 Women's 4x200m Freestyle Relay: 1. United States, 7:54.70 2. Australia, 7:55.85 3. Hungary, 7:59.04 Women's 4x100m Medley Relay: 1. United States, 4:02.14 2. Japan, 4:04.01 3. France, 4:05.33 NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total 1 United States 12 5 7 24 2 Japan 7 4 4 15 3 Romania 3 1 2 6 4 Australia 2 10 5 17 5 Poland 2 1 1 4 6 Turkey 2 1 0 3 7 Italy 2 0 2 4 8 Portugal 1 1 0 2 8 South Africa 1 1 0 2 8 Estonia 1 1 0 2 11 Belgium 1 0 0 1 12 Spain 0 2 0 2 12 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 2 0 2 14 France 0 1 2 3 15 Canada 0 1 1 2 16 Brazil 0 1 0 1 16 Ukraine 0 1 0 1 16 Germany 0 1 0 1 19 Hungary 0 0 6 6 20 Great Britain 0 0 2 2 21 Netherlands 0 0 1 1 21 Singapore 0 0 1 1
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  33. Uruguay claimed a hard fought win over Puerto Rico. I attended the match, here's my photos.
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  34. Austria Archery: 1 quota Elisabeth Straka performed quite well at the last Europeans, finishing in fourth place. She is a candidate for Paris. Artistic swimming: 2 quotas The Alexandri sisters will qualify for sure Athletics: 7 quotas Discus thrower Lukas Weißhaidinger (bronze medalist 2021), Susanne Walli (400 metres), Ivona Dadic (heptathlon), Victoria Hudson (javelin) and maybe 2-3 others. Badminton: 1 quota Luka Wraber could go for his second Olympics. He is the only one with realistic chances. Basketball: 0 quotas impossible Basketball - 3x3: 0 quotas Both men and women have good results on the World Tour, but qualifying for Paris will still be tough. Beach Volleyball: 2 quotas After missing the Tokyo Games, there could be a male duo in Paris. Boxing: 1 quota Ahmed Hagag (superheavyweight) won Bronze at the Europeans this year. He could be the first Austrian boxer at the Olympics since 1988. Breaking: 0 quotas There is a breaking community in Austria, but I doubt that any athlete will qualify for Paris. Canoeing - Slalom: 3 quota There is a high chance, Austria will be represented in K1 (men and women) and C1 (women) Canoeing - Sprint: 3 quotas Timon Maurer (K1) and the women in K2 Cycling - BMX: 0 quotas impossible Cycling - Mountain Bike: 3 quotas Mona Mitterwallner and Laura Stigger (they also have medal chances) as well as one male athlete Cycling - Road: 5 quotas In Tokyo, 4 men were qualified, I expect this number for Paris again. One woman will qualify, but will it be Anna Kiesenhofer? Cycling - Track: 0 quotas Austrian doesn't even have a bike track any more... Diving: 1 quota Alexander Hart almost qualified for Tokyo, he will do it in 2024. Equestrian: 5 quotas A team could qualify in dressage, Max Kühner in show jumping and Lea Siegl in eventing Fencing: 0 quotas As the Austrian teams do not play any role internationally, it will be hard to achieve any quotas. Josef Mahringer (men's epee) ist one of the candidates for the zonal tournament in spring 2024. Field Hockey: 0 quotas The men's team will compete at the qualification tournament, but I they will probably not be able to secure a spot. Football: 0 quotas Impossible for the men, almost impossible for the women. Golf: 4 quotas 2 men (Straka and Schwab again?) and 2 women (Wolf, Schober and Spitz are the candidates) Gymnastics - Artistic: 2 quotas The teams have improved, they are qualified for the Worlds in October. Nevertheless, they are probably not good enough to make it to the Olympics. But one female athlete (all-around) and Vinzenz Höck (rings) could qualifiy. Gymnastics - Rhythmic: 0 quotas A quota would be a surprise. Gymnastics - Trampoline: 0 quotas Benny Wizani has chances, but is not among the favorites for a quota. Handball: 0 quotas Austrian teams regularly compete at major events, but are not among the Top 5 teams in Europe. Judo: 6 quotas In Tokyo we had 6 athletes, 2 of them won a medal. There will be a similar amount of athletes in Paris. Modern Pentathlon: 1 quota Gustav Gustenau is the only one who can do that. Rowing: 3 quotas Magdalena Lobnig (single sculls) and one double scull will qualify. Rugby sevens: 0 quotas impossible Sailing: 8 athletes Alina Kornelli and Valentin Bontus in Formula Kite, Lara Vadlau/Lukas Mähr (470), Tanja Frank/Lukas Haberl (Nacra17) and Benjamin Bildstein/David Hussl (49er) are the ones that can make it. Shooting: 3 quotas Sylvia Steiner (pistol) and Martin Strempfl (rifle) again; one more female athlete (rifle) Skateboarding: 0 quotas Julia Brückler will not qualify again Sport climbing: 3 quotas 1 male in speed (probably Tobias Plangger), 1 male in comined (Jakob Schubert), 1 female in combined (Jessica Pilz). Surfing: 0 quotas impossible Swimming: 8 athletes There were 7 Austrian swimmers in Tokyo, they are all on a good way. Table Tennis: 6 quotas I hope, men and women will qualify their teams. Taekwondo: 0 quotas Marlene Jahl has only a small chance. Tennis: 3 quotas 1 male will qualify in singles, also 1 male double. Triathlon: 4 quotas Same as in Tokyo Volleyball: 0 quotas impossible Water polo: 0 quotas Completely impossible Weightlifting: 2 quotas Sarah Fischer and Sargis Martirosijan Wrestling: 2 quotas Daniel Gastl and Martina Kuenz Prediction: 89 quotas => That would be 14 more than in Tokyo
    4 points
  35. I know, seems like no time ago when we had the 10th edition special. Next year's contests marks a couple of milestones... TISC Annual 2023 will be the 20th edition and the TISC Open 2023 will mark 10 years since the very first edition..... makes me feel kinda old
    4 points
  36. Heeey, Brollympics! As @hckošice said, I have been preparing some things.... The official logo I have already done. Now I'm waiting for answers of other Czech members to cooperate with me. I can't allow the competition will be poor! I want to organize a great show and I hope all contestants enjoy it. @OlympicIRL I let you know when Czechs have been answering me. Firstly, I must improve my english level
    4 points
  37. Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2022 Totallympics Forum - 23 September 2022 - 5 November 2022 Official Schedule Until Saturday, October 29th: Central European Summer Time (GMT +2) From Sunday, October 30th: Central European Time (GMT +1) Monday, September 19th 10:00 National Jury Registration Window Open Friday, September 23rd 10:00 National Jury Registration and Entries Selection Window Open Friday, October 7th 23:59 National Jury Registration and Entries Selection Window Closed Saturday, October 8th 00:00 Host Jury Voting Window Open Wednesday, October 12th 17:59 Host Jury Voting Window Closed 18:00 National Jury Voting Window Open Saturday, October 22nd 23:59 National Jury Voting Window Closed Sunday, October 23rd 13:00 Festival of Music Begins Monday, October 24th 19:00 Voting Order Draw / Team Allocation Draw Friday, November 4th TBD Opening Ceremony Saturday, November 5th TBD Totallympics Open International Song Contest 2022 Grand Final Sunday, November 6th TBD Closing Ceremony Participating Nations ARGENTINA @konig BRAZIL @vinipereira BULGARIA @Federer91 CHINA @Vic Liu CROATIA @dcro CZECH REPUBLIC @Hipooo DENMARK @Agger @Wumo FRANCE @Benolympique @Bohemia GREECE @maestro @Makedonas @Yannakis HUNGARY @Vektor INDIA @Fly_like_a_don INDONESIA @Griff88 IRELAND @OlympicIRL ITALY @Gianlu33 @Henry_Leon @Pablita @SteveParker LITHUANIA @Werloc MEXICO @mrv86 NETHERLANDS @heywoodu POLAND @rybak PORTUGAL @kungshamra71 SERBIA @NikolaB SLOVAKIA @hckošice SWEDEN @Belle TUNISIA @amen09 UKRAINE @Illya USA @dezbee2008@Olympian1010 23 nations 33 participants
    3 points
  38. Introducing text about No. 1b "WHERE CAN I GO TO?" map of our tour BRNO (Brno) Population: 378 424 p. Main center of Moravia and the 2nd biggest town in The Czech Republic. The first written mention of Brno comes from the year 1091 (from the oldest Czech chronicle - Kosmo's Chronicle). The origin of the city was mainly connected with the minting of coins. Probably the biggest landmark is Špilberk Castle. It is located on a hill on the west side of the city. The castle was founded in the second half of the 13th century by the then king Přemysl Otakar II. In the 18th century, part of the space was transformed into a dreaded prison. Today, the castle is home to the Brno City Museum. In the city center is located the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. Construction began in the 11th century and was completed in 1908. The outline of the cathedral is shown on a Czech 10 CZK coin. Last but not least, it is good to mention the only UNESCO monument in Brno – Villa Tugendhat. This building was built between 1929 and 1930. The villa is in a functionalist style. From the point of view of sport, Moto GP Brno was recently held here, Fed Cup matches were also often held here. OSTRAVA (Ostrava) Population: 280 718 p. The 3rd biggest town in The Czech Republic located on the border of Moravia and Silesia. The first settlement here was in the mid-13th century. The city was located on an important trade route, after the siege of the Swedes (1621–1645) the importance of the city declined. The great prosperity of the city was during the 18th century, when extensive deposits of high-quality black coal appeared here. The city thus began to grow rapidly. Today, the area around Ostrava is one of the most polluted areas of the Czech Republic, which is a consequence of intensive coal mining. Nowadays, most of the mines have already closed. The most famous monuments of Ostrava are of a technical nature. The mining area of Vítkovice is today often visited by tourists. Today, the former ironworks is one of the cultural destinations, there are regularly held music festivals (e.g. Colors of Ostrava), as well as sports events (a beach volleyball tournament within the Elite 16 circuit). To the west of the center of Ostrava, a large district was built in the style of socialist realism during the 20th century. Its area is over 13 square kilometers and its name is Poruba. Other international events held in Ostrava: Golden Spike (an athletic meeting), WTA tournament series 500, co-hosting of the Ice Hockey World Championships (2004, 2015, 2024). To be honest, I don't like towns Prague, Brno and Ostrava Next towns (on my opinion) are cleaner and more beautiful and their land is more interesting.
    3 points
  39. mrv86

    [OFF TOPIC] General Chat

    Another strong quake (6.5) same epicenter as the one of Monday, just hit 10 minutes ago. I’m fine, just will be a little hard to get back to sleep.
    3 points
  40. "Hey bros, let me share some little secrets of NATO with you guys" photo shot during the break of SCO meeting in Uzbekistan
    3 points
  41. You guys use pencils? We still use nails here to stab the ballot paper And this is our ballot paper size (In Aceh it will be even longer because there are 4 regional special parties for the province)
    3 points
  42. 94 - 88 in the fourth and final game of the day. Almost...
    3 points
  43. La seconda carta olimpica per Parigi 2024, arriva ancora dal tiro a volo agli Europei di Larnaca. A firmarla è stato Luigi Lodde che ha conquistato la medaglia d’argento nello skeet.
    3 points
  44. And no matter one's opinion about monarchies, this queen specifically or the UK in general: anyone who has not been living under a stone will recognize this will go down as one of the most significant news events of the entire 21st century when the world looks back in the year 2100.
    3 points
  45. Sure there were few decision which can be discussed. But it is clear that actually Italy is currently playing the dirtiest waterpolo of all nations just look at the number of exclusion before semis even 😉
    3 points
  46. I'd love to watch this. But Star+ has the rights in Latin America, and here in Uruguay it costs US$ 25 per month...
    3 points
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