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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from dcro in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    and into the women's singles lawn bowls semifinals so at least one of them will win a medal.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from orangeman in Canada at the 2022 Commonwealth Games   
    Canada Day 2 Review
     
    Day 2 saw Canada win seven medals (2 gold, 1 silver, 4 bronze) for a solid day. Here's how we did for each sport.
     
    3x3 Basketball
    The women's team went 1-1 with a victory against the British Virgin Islands, but a loss to New Zealand. It looks like New Zealand's team is a lot better than expected. While not required, beating England tomorrow will be very helpful if we want to have a chance at medalling. Both our wheelchair teams have booked a spot to the semifinals.
     
    Athletics
    The marathons were today, but we only competed in the men's T54 marathon where Cassidy finished fourth, we'll see him again on the track in the T54 1500m.
     
    Badminton
    Our mixed team won our matches against Maldives and Scotland to finish top of the group. We will now play England in the quarterfinals. Not sure how I feel about this, but if we are to win a medal we would have to defeat England at some point whether here or in the third place match.
     
    Beach Volleyball
    Pavan/Melissa won their match against the Ghanaian duo. They will face off against Kenya's team on Monday.
     
    Cycling
    We won a silver in the women's sprint. This was one of our gold medal chances going into the game, but New Zealand's Andrews seems to be having the meet of her life. The individual pursuit were outclassed and none of the men's keirin riders were able to reach the semis which was a bit disappointing.
     
    Field Hockey
    Canada's men lost to Wales 5-1. Not a good performance by them, even if this is a rebuilding type of squad.
     
    Gymnastics
    Despite fielding a weaker team, Canada was still able to win bronze in the women's artistic team event. We were also able to qualify athletes into all of the individual events with Denommee ranked second on the vault and Lee and Spence finishing second and third on the floor.
     
    Lawn Bowls
    Horrible day for our lawn bowls team as they went a combined 0-5 against the competition. They have all been eliminated from contention and will not reach the quarterfinals.
     
    Rugby Sevens
    Canada was able to reach the elimination rounds thanks to winning their final group game. Sadly, they both lost their next match. The men lost to South Africa and will now play for 5th place. The women's lost to Fiji, but will get a chance to win bronze. They just have to defeat New Zealand, a not so easy task.
     
    Squash
    A great day as all four of our players won their round of 32 match. The next round will be very tough. On the men's side Baillargeon will face the number 3 seed from India while Sachvie will face the number 5 seed from Malaysia. Bunyan will face off against Kennedy from England while Naughton will face off against Azman from Malaysia
     
    Swimming
    Great day at the pool as Canada won four medals, two gold in the men's S13 50m freestyle and the women's 100m butterfly. Additionally, our 4x100m freestyle relays won a bronze medal each. In the women's 100m backstroke semis both Masse and Harvey were able to qualify to the finals in 1st and 6th respectively.
     
    Table Tennis
    Both teams qualified to the quarterfinals. Sadly, the women lost to Australia later in the day. The men will go up against Singapore tomorrow.
     
    Weightlifting
    Opening day of weightlifting saw three of our athletes compete and end up with 1 bronze and 2 fourth place finished. Not a bad day, even though the fourth place finishes hurt. Our better athletes have yet to compete.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from intoronto in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    Canada's chance for fourth place has increased greatly
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from orangeman in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    Canada will finish fourth in -61kg weightlifting. Hopefully that's not a sign of things to come, we have a few athletes that are on the cusp of medals in this sport.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from orangeman in Canada at the 2022 Commonwealth Games   
    Canada Day 1 Review
     
    Day 1 saw Canada win four medals (1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze) for a relatively modest start. Here's how we did for each sport.
     
    3x3 Basketball
    The men went 1-1 today defeating Kenya 15-12 and losing to Scotland 21-20. Not a very good day if our hope is for them to win a medal. We'll likely have to play a quarterfinal match which could be dangerous. The men's wheelchair team lost to Australia 13-11 which makes the match against Northern Ireland an elimination match. Given what happened in other matches a medal in this event is very possible assuming we can win tomorrow.
     
    Badminton
    Our mixed team won against Uganda 5-0, none of our players lost a set which was expected. We next play Maldives and Scotland tomorrow.
     
    Boxing
    Only one of our athletes competed today. Sanford (light welterweight) won his match via RSC against Niue. He will face off against Lesotho in the round of 16.
     
    Cycling
    We won a silver medal in the women's team sprint. I was hoping for gold, but as I said before winning track cycling medals at the Commonwealth Games is very difficult. Sadly, our men's sprint team finished fourth. Both pursuit teams failed to reach the medal round which is a shame, even if I didn't think the could win medals.
     
    Field Hockey
    The women won their match against Wales 4-0, that places us in a great position to reach the 5th place match. We get a break tomorrow and will face England in two days.
     
    Gymnastics
    Canada managed a silver medal in the men's artistic team event, though it was a bit intense for a while. We will also have representation in the individual finals with the exception of the horizontal bar. Felix Dolci is ranked third in the rings and vault so there will be chances for medals in the coming days.
     
    Lawn Bowls
    Our teams went 2-5 today with the women's singles and fours losing both of their matches, the men's triple going 1-1 and the men's pair winning their only match. Not looking good for the women to make the quarterfinals. We'll see where the men stand tomorrow .
     
    Rugby Sevens
    Both teams went 1-1 today which places them in a great position to advance to the cup knock-out stage. Tomorrow the men face Zambia while the women face Sri Lanka. Should be easy victories, though they will be keeping an eye on the other match (Fiji/Wales and Australia/England respectively) and hope an upset does not occur.
     
    Squash
    Both men won their round of 64 match. Baillargeon will face Wales' Creed while Sachvie will go up against New Zealand's Chileshe, both will be tough matches to win.
     
    Swimming
    We won two medals (McIntosh in women's 400mIM and the mixed 4x100m freestyle relay) which was par for the course. Acevedo and Angus sadly missed the 100m back and 50m breast final by finishing 9th, but Liendo is in the 50m fly final and we have three swimmers in the 100m fly.
     
    Table Tennis
    The women's team won both of their matches against Uganda and Vanuatu and will face Wales to determine top spot in the group. The men's team started off well with a victory over Mauritius, but lost to Australia 3-2. They must now defeat Malaysia if they want to advance to the next round which will be difficult.
     
    Triathlon
    Mislawchuk sadly had to drop out of the men's race due to a series of unfortunate events. The performance of our team shows Canada will be competitive for the mixed relay. They likely won't compete for gold or silver, but they are in the mix to potentially win bronze in a few days time.
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    JoshMartini007 reacted to Olympian1010 in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    desperately trying to out choke each other in artistic gymnastics 
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from rafalgorka in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    I think it was a slight upset. Going by rankings I think Australia was favoured to win 3-2, but once Sri Lanka won the mixed doubles (the most even match-up) it was more of a formality as Sri Lanka's men are a lot better than Australia's men.
     
    Good for them, I can tell they have been investing in sport recently. In 2020 they were arguably the strongest tripartite nation when taking their performance across all sports. Hopefully everything gets sorted out peacefully with their government
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from gubchandrolai in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    I think the hate from the Commonwealth Games comes from people relating it to the British Empire.
     
    I like it because of the level of play thanks to the top nations still buying into it. Outside of the Olympics and Asian Games it probably has the highest level of play. This year is a bit of an exception due to the sport calendar essentially merging 2021 and 2022 into the same year, especially in athletics since the World Championships literally just ended.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Topicmaster1010 in Canada at the 2022 Commonwealth Games   
    Preview: 2022 Commonwealth Games


     
    Talent from around the Commonwealth has descended to Birmingham, England to compete in various sports. While COVID has caused a crowded sport schedule for 2022 where athletes have prioritized other events, Canada is still sending a relatively strong team to compete. Here’s a breakdown of each sport and the chances Canada has in each of them.


     
    3x3 Basketball

    Sadly, Canada is not sending its best 3x3 teams where they would have been favourites for gold, particularly the women. With that said, despite the lack of information, I feel Canada will have a decent chance to medal in both events.


     
    3x3 Wheelchair will be making its world debut at the Commonwealth Games. In the 5v5 format, Australia, Canada and England are leagues better than the other nations so I’m inclined to believe the same will be true in 3x3.


     
    Athletics

    Due to the proximity of the World Championships, Canada will be missing some key athletes at the Commonwealth Games. As of this writing the only medalist competing is Camryn Rogers in women’s hammer throw where she and Jillian Weir could medal. The men’s side will also be favoured to win a medal or two along with a possibility for Evan Dunfee in the men’s 10,000m walk. Para athletes Josh Cassidy and Alex Dupont will be looking to add medals in the 1500m T54 with Cassidy also competing the marathon.


     
    The women will have more opportunities to medal with women’s pole vault (Anicka Newell), shot put (Sarah Mitton), javelin throw (Elizabeth Gleadle) and the women’s 4x400m relay being our best opportunities.


     
    Badminton

    Canada’s best chance will come in the women’s singles while the women’s doubles will have an outside chance. A relatively easy draw would help us immensely. I’d keep an eye out for the mixed team event. We are underdogs, but we do have a chance against England for bronze. On the flip side we could lose in the quarterfinals to Singapore should we meet.


     
    Beach Volleyball

    On paper, our biggest competition in both events will be against Australia. With two of our best teams, I’d consider it a disaster if we fail to medal in either event.


     
    Boxing

    While the sport can be quite unpredictable, the one predictable thing is that Canada seems to struggle to meet our expectation. Our team is led by 2022 world champion Tammara Thibeault in the women’s middleweight. The draw will be very important as any of them can potentially medal. I’d say 3-4 medals would be considered a good haul.


     
    Cycling

    Historically, cycling at the last few games have been one of those good enough to compete, but not good enough to medal consistently. The strength of Australia, England and New Zealand along with Scotland and Wales means Canada has to be on top of their game if they want to medal.


     
    Lucky for us this is probably our best track cycling team in a long time. Led by the women’s sprint crew we have the potential to win multiple medals. With that said it will be tough, but I am hopeful.


     
    The road team’s chances are not as high with our best hope likely coming from Alison Jackson and Leah Kirchmann in the time trial or road race.


     
    Diving

    Despite the loss of many of our top divers we still have a pretty good team. In 2018 we won six medals and I think we are quite capable of beating that performance, thanks to two new events being added. The team will be led by two-time 2022 World Championship medalist Mia Vallee who alone will be looking for three medals. On the men’s side Rylan Wiens will be looking to accomplish the same feat.


     
    Field Hockey

    Given the strength of the field it will be unlikely for Canada to reach the semi-finals. I’m hoping at least one of our teams advances to the 5th/6th place match which is doable given the teams in our groups.


     
    Gymnastics

    Our artistic team is quite a bit weaker this time around which likely means England will dominate the medals for both the men and women. The team all-around medals are still possible, but we can just as easily finish fourth or fifth. I still expect a few individual medals, but nothing close to the nine won in 2018.


     
    On paper, our rhythmic team is a bit better, but that’s about all I can tell you. The level of competition is quite low at the Commonwealth Games so you don’t need to be anything special to win medals. We only ended up two in 2018 so I hope we can at least surpass that.


     
    Judo

    The sport returns after taking a break in 2018. Eight years later, our team is better. We are led by Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard and have very solid chances with Francois Gauthier-Drapeau, Shady El Nahas and the Deguchi sisters. The draw will matter quite a bit if we want to reach the finals.


     
    Lawn Bowls

    I sadly do not know much about this sport, especially since top level play has been so sporadic since COVID. With that said, if Ryan Bester has maintained his form he will challenge for a medal while Jordan Kos from what I heard is an up and comer.


     
    Rugby Sevens

    Both of our teams are in rebuilding mode. The women have a better chance at a medal, but they are in a tough group and with the rise in play from Fiji, things are a lot more competitive than they were four years ago where we failed to medal.


     
    Squash

    This is another example of the level of play being too high for Canada to compete. Our highest ranked athlete is Hollie Naughton who would need probably a couple of upsets in order to win a medal in any of the three events she’s competing in.


     
    Swimming

    Despite the withdrawal of a few of our top swimmers, Canada will be sending a relatively strong team with many medal opportunities. Of course, with Australia and England prioritizing the Commonwealth Games over the World Championships, medals will be hard earned.


     
    On the men’s side the team is led by Joshua Liendo who will be looking to win multiple medals which will be more than what Canada had in 2018. The men’s 4x100m relay will also be a medal threat. I’d also keep an eye on Finlay Knox and Javier Acevedo.


     
    The women’s side will be led by 15 year old Summer McIntosh who will compete in four individual events. While the loss of Penny Oleksiak, Taylor Ruck, Kayla Sanchez (citizenship change) and Sydney Pickrem hurts, we still have a decent team with the likes of McIntosh, Kylie Masse and Maggie MacNeil along with our relay teams. Additionally, we could see some medals from Mary-Sophie Harvey or Tessa Cieplucha.


     
    On the para swimming side, we have medal chances from Nicholas Bennett and Aurelie Rivard.


     
    Table Tennis

    Our hopes will be on Eugene Wang and Mo Zhang, but while the level of quality is a bit lower relative to the World Championships, there is still enough talent from England, India, Nigeria and Singapore to be more than enough of a match against Canada.


     
    Triathlon

    This is another sport where Commonwealth nations perform well. Our best chance will likely be in the mixed relay, but we would have to beat one of Australia, England or New Zealand to win. On the individual side, our top athlete will be Tyler Mislawchuk.


     
    Weightlifting

    Canada has the potential to do quite well in this sport, though the lack of international results due to COVID makes things a bit more difficult to predict. We should probably finish with more medals than what we had in 2018 (five). A really good meet could see us break 10 medals though a more sensible prediction would be 7-8.


     
    Wrestling

    While Canada may have dropped off a bit in wrestling, the good news is the level of competition at the Commonwealth Games is pretty low. India and Nigeria will be our top rivals with other nations only having decent individuals. I don’t think we will medal in all 12 events and winning gold might be a bit more difficult, but we should still end up with a good medal haul.


     
    Overall

    Canada seems to be on the path for around 75 medals. This is lower than what we had in 2018 (82 medals), but our relatively weaker athletics, gymnastics and swimming teams hold us back and the other sports won’t compensate it. Our main medal rival will be India where we may end up in a situation where we finish with more medals, but they win more gold. If gold medals become an issue like they were in 2018 we could realistically finish behind New Zealand on the medal table.

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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from intoronto in Canada at the 2022 Commonwealth Games   
    Preview: 2022 Commonwealth Games


     
    Talent from around the Commonwealth has descended to Birmingham, England to compete in various sports. While COVID has caused a crowded sport schedule for 2022 where athletes have prioritized other events, Canada is still sending a relatively strong team to compete. Here’s a breakdown of each sport and the chances Canada has in each of them.


     
    3x3 Basketball

    Sadly, Canada is not sending its best 3x3 teams where they would have been favourites for gold, particularly the women. With that said, despite the lack of information, I feel Canada will have a decent chance to medal in both events.


     
    3x3 Wheelchair will be making its world debut at the Commonwealth Games. In the 5v5 format, Australia, Canada and England are leagues better than the other nations so I’m inclined to believe the same will be true in 3x3.


     
    Athletics

    Due to the proximity of the World Championships, Canada will be missing some key athletes at the Commonwealth Games. As of this writing the only medalist competing is Camryn Rogers in women’s hammer throw where she and Jillian Weir could medal. The men’s side will also be favoured to win a medal or two along with a possibility for Evan Dunfee in the men’s 10,000m walk. Para athletes Josh Cassidy and Alex Dupont will be looking to add medals in the 1500m T54 with Cassidy also competing the marathon.


     
    The women will have more opportunities to medal with women’s pole vault (Anicka Newell), shot put (Sarah Mitton), javelin throw (Elizabeth Gleadle) and the women’s 4x400m relay being our best opportunities.


     
    Badminton

    Canada’s best chance will come in the women’s singles while the women’s doubles will have an outside chance. A relatively easy draw would help us immensely. I’d keep an eye out for the mixed team event. We are underdogs, but we do have a chance against England for bronze. On the flip side we could lose in the quarterfinals to Singapore should we meet.


     
    Beach Volleyball

    On paper, our biggest competition in both events will be against Australia. With two of our best teams, I’d consider it a disaster if we fail to medal in either event.


     
    Boxing

    While the sport can be quite unpredictable, the one predictable thing is that Canada seems to struggle to meet our expectation. Our team is led by 2022 world champion Tammara Thibeault in the women’s middleweight. The draw will be very important as any of them can potentially medal. I’d say 3-4 medals would be considered a good haul.


     
    Cycling

    Historically, cycling at the last few games have been one of those good enough to compete, but not good enough to medal consistently. The strength of Australia, England and New Zealand along with Scotland and Wales means Canada has to be on top of their game if they want to medal.


     
    Lucky for us this is probably our best track cycling team in a long time. Led by the women’s sprint crew we have the potential to win multiple medals. With that said it will be tough, but I am hopeful.


     
    The road team’s chances are not as high with our best hope likely coming from Alison Jackson and Leah Kirchmann in the time trial or road race.


     
    Diving

    Despite the loss of many of our top divers we still have a pretty good team. In 2018 we won six medals and I think we are quite capable of beating that performance, thanks to two new events being added. The team will be led by two-time 2022 World Championship medalist Mia Vallee who alone will be looking for three medals. On the men’s side Rylan Wiens will be looking to accomplish the same feat.


     
    Field Hockey

    Given the strength of the field it will be unlikely for Canada to reach the semi-finals. I’m hoping at least one of our teams advances to the 5th/6th place match which is doable given the teams in our groups.


     
    Gymnastics

    Our artistic team is quite a bit weaker this time around which likely means England will dominate the medals for both the men and women. The team all-around medals are still possible, but we can just as easily finish fourth or fifth. I still expect a few individual medals, but nothing close to the nine won in 2018.


     
    On paper, our rhythmic team is a bit better, but that’s about all I can tell you. The level of competition is quite low at the Commonwealth Games so you don’t need to be anything special to win medals. We only ended up two in 2018 so I hope we can at least surpass that.


     
    Judo

    The sport returns after taking a break in 2018. Eight years later, our team is better. We are led by Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard and have very solid chances with Francois Gauthier-Drapeau, Shady El Nahas and the Deguchi sisters. The draw will matter quite a bit if we want to reach the finals.


     
    Lawn Bowls

    I sadly do not know much about this sport, especially since top level play has been so sporadic since COVID. With that said, if Ryan Bester has maintained his form he will challenge for a medal while Jordan Kos from what I heard is an up and comer.


     
    Rugby Sevens

    Both of our teams are in rebuilding mode. The women have a better chance at a medal, but they are in a tough group and with the rise in play from Fiji, things are a lot more competitive than they were four years ago where we failed to medal.


     
    Squash

    This is another example of the level of play being too high for Canada to compete. Our highest ranked athlete is Hollie Naughton who would need probably a couple of upsets in order to win a medal in any of the three events she’s competing in.


     
    Swimming

    Despite the withdrawal of a few of our top swimmers, Canada will be sending a relatively strong team with many medal opportunities. Of course, with Australia and England prioritizing the Commonwealth Games over the World Championships, medals will be hard earned.


     
    On the men’s side the team is led by Joshua Liendo who will be looking to win multiple medals which will be more than what Canada had in 2018. The men’s 4x100m relay will also be a medal threat. I’d also keep an eye on Finlay Knox and Javier Acevedo.


     
    The women’s side will be led by 15 year old Summer McIntosh who will compete in four individual events. While the loss of Penny Oleksiak, Taylor Ruck, Kayla Sanchez (citizenship change) and Sydney Pickrem hurts, we still have a decent team with the likes of McIntosh, Kylie Masse and Maggie MacNeil along with our relay teams. Additionally, we could see some medals from Mary-Sophie Harvey or Tessa Cieplucha.


     
    On the para swimming side, we have medal chances from Nicholas Bennett and Aurelie Rivard.


     
    Table Tennis

    Our hopes will be on Eugene Wang and Mo Zhang, but while the level of quality is a bit lower relative to the World Championships, there is still enough talent from England, India, Nigeria and Singapore to be more than enough of a match against Canada.


     
    Triathlon

    This is another sport where Commonwealth nations perform well. Our best chance will likely be in the mixed relay, but we would have to beat one of Australia, England or New Zealand to win. On the individual side, our top athlete will be Tyler Mislawchuk.


     
    Weightlifting

    Canada has the potential to do quite well in this sport, though the lack of international results due to COVID makes things a bit more difficult to predict. We should probably finish with more medals than what we had in 2018 (five). A really good meet could see us break 10 medals though a more sensible prediction would be 7-8.


     
    Wrestling

    While Canada may have dropped off a bit in wrestling, the good news is the level of competition at the Commonwealth Games is pretty low. India and Nigeria will be our top rivals with other nations only having decent individuals. I don’t think we will medal in all 12 events and winning gold might be a bit more difficult, but we should still end up with a good medal haul.


     
    Overall

    Canada seems to be on the path for around 75 medals. This is lower than what we had in 2018 (82 medals), but our relatively weaker athletics, gymnastics and swimming teams hold us back and the other sports won’t compensate it. Our main medal rival will be India where we may end up in a situation where we finish with more medals, but they win more gold. If gold medals become an issue like they were in 2018 we could realistically finish behind New Zealand on the medal table.

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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Cinnamon Bun in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    Unlikely, in terms of talent, I'd give in beach volleyball the best chance at winning a medal. After that it comes down to getting some favourable draws in boxing/judo
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Dnl in Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024 Competition Schedule   
    The event is too EXTREME!!!! The athletes obviously can't handle that much extremeness on a shorter schedule
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Olympian1010 in Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024 Competition Schedule   
    The event is too EXTREME!!!! The athletes obviously can't handle that much extremeness on a shorter schedule
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Cinnamon Bun in Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024 Qualification Systems   
    Here
     
    Use the tab if you only want direct qualifiers.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from heywoodu in Athletics WA World Championships 2022   
    The heptathlon ranking doesn't work quite well in each individual event either since you could be the best in the world overall, but relatively weak in that specific event.
     
    I'd revamped it where I'd show the overall ranking and the individual event ranking, but only among heptathlon athletes.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from orangeman in Athletics WA World Championships 2022   
    We've won medals before in field events or do you mean just the hammer throw?
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    JoshMartini007 reacted to orangeman in Athletics   
    Sarah Mitton finishes 4th due to countbacks in shotput.  I'd like to be surprised by another 4th, but I'm just numb now.  Great performance anyway.  
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    JoshMartini007 reacted to Monzanator in International Olympic Committee News   
    I'm not interested in sports where lawyers decide what the final result is. Sorry to disappoint you.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from NearPup in Rugby Sevens 2022 Discussion Thread   
    I would love for the challenger series to be an actual series, but the travel cost for lower ranked nations likely prevents it from being viable.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from MHSN in Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024 Qualification Systems   
    Based on the wording of the document (and how things were done for mixed doubles in 2020) it would be reallocated to the rankings. Of course, it wouldn't be the first time a sport federation changes the rules on the fly.
     
     
     
     
    I wonder if the Americas will follow Asia and split the quotas by region (North and Latin America) or will they just combine everything?
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Thagard in Women's Football CONCACAF North American Championship 2022   
    First day already saw a bit of an upset as Jamaica defeated Mexico 1-0. This will make it unlikely for Mexico to reach the semis and will thus exclude them from qualifying to the Olympics.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Triplecast in Commonwealth Games 2022   
    Clearly this is a long con to have the entire world under the British Empire
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from james89 in Canada at the 2022 FINA World Championships   
    This is now our best every Aquatics World Championships based on the number of medals won.
     
    We still have a couple of chances in the women's 3m events
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    JoshMartini007 reacted to james89 in Canada at the 2022 FINA World Championships   
    Medal for Canada in the 10m Synchro Diving.
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    JoshMartini007 got a reaction from Canada4thewin in Swimming at the Aquatics FINA World Championships 2022   
    New junior world record for McIntosh as she wins her fourth medal, second gold
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