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Vojthas

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  1. I'm sure Poland is really eager to host the women's tournament.
  2. [hide] Knockout Round January 22nd - January 29th, 2023 8 Nations, The Winners of each Quarterfinals will qualify for the Semfinals. Quarterfinals - Matches - Jan 25th Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 25th 2023, h. 16:30 Netherlands 5 0 South Korea January 25th 2023, h. 19:00 England 2 3 Germany [/hide]
  3. [hide] Knockout Round January 22nd - January 29th, 2023 8 Nations, The Winners of each Quarterfinals will qualify for the Semfinals. Quarterfinals - Matches - Jan 24th Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 24th 2023, h. 16:30 Australia 5 3 Spain January 24th 2023, h. 19:00 Belgium 4 1 New Zealand [/hide]
  4. [hide] Knockout Round January 22nd - January 29th, 2023 8 Nations, The Winners of each Crossover-matches will qualify for the Quarterfinals. Crossovers Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 22nd 2023, h. 16:30 Malaysia 1 5 Spain January 22nd 2023, h. 19:00 India 4 2 New Zealand January 23rd 2023, h. 16:30 Argentina 4 1 South Korea January 23rd 2023, h. 19:00 Germany 3 2 France [/hide]
  5. TEAM POLAND *(updated after the NOC confirmation) Alpine skiing ♀ Magdalena Bańdo, Hanna Zięba, Maja Woźniczka, Nikola Komorowska ♂ Stanisław Sarzyński, Jan Łodziński, Mateusz Szczap, Igor Kaczmarek Biathlon ♀ Majka Germata, Aleksandra Szajnowska, Amelia Liszka, Zuzanna Sadownik ♂ Jakub Potoniec, Dawid Filip, Michał Szatkowski, Dawid Miller Cross country skiing ♀ Laura Wantulok, Julia Rucka, Zuzanna Pabin, Karolina Kuć ♂ Paweł Bryja, Hubert Tomaszek, Dawid Pilch, Przemysław Legierski Figure skating ♀ Noëlle Streuli ♂ Pavlo Klimin Freestyle skiing ♂ Antoni Cukier Nordic combined ♀ Pola Bełtowska, Natalia Słowik ♂ Szymon Dubiel, Jakub Cieślar, Kacper Jarząbek, Andrzej Waliczek Ski jumping ♀ Sara Tajner, Pola Bełtowska, Natalia Słowik, Zuzanna Rapacz ♂ Wiktor Szozda, Klemens Joniak, Tymoteusz Amilkiewicz, Klemens Staszel Ski-mountaineering ♀ Paulina Gomola ♂ Wojciech Kłoda, Mateusz Kośny, Kacper Mrowiński Snowboard - Alpine ♀ Weronika Dawidek, Sonia Zapała ♂ Anatol Kulpiński, Bartłomiej Kaciczak Snowboard - Freestyle ♀ Hanna Borowiak ♂ Igor Truszkowski, Wiktor Kozarski
  6. [hide] Main Round January 18th - January 23rd, 2023 24 Nations, The 1st, 2nd-Placed Nations from each Group will qualify for the Quarterfinals. Group I Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 18th 2023 Spain 5 Poland January 18th 2023 France 4 Montenegro January 18th 2023 Iran 2 Slovenia January 20th 2023 Montenegro 3 Poland January 20th 2023 Slovenia 2 Spain January 20th 2023 Iran 6 France January 22nd 2023 Spain 1 France January 22nd 2023 Montenegro 1 Slovenia January 22nd 2023 Iran 2 Poland Group II Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 18th 2023 Portugal 2 Brazil January 18th 2023 Cape Verde 7 Iceland January 18th 2023 Sweden 5 Hungary January 20th 2023 Brazil 3 Hungary January 20th 2023 Cape Verde 3 Portugal January 20th 2023 Iceland 2 Sweden January 22nd 2023 Brazil 4 Iceland January 22nd 2023 Cape Verde 3 Hungary January 22nd 2023 Sweden 5 Portugal Group III Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 19th 2023 Germany 6 Argentina January 19th 2023 Norway 3 Serbia January 19th 2023 Qatar 2 Netherlands January 21st 2023 Serbia 5 Argentina January 21st 2023 Netherlands 4 Germany January 21st 2023 Qatar 7 Norway January 23rd 2023 Germany 1 Norway January 23rd 2023 Serbia 3 Netherlands January 23rd 2023 Qatar 2 Argentina Group IV Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 19th 2023 Egypt 4 Belgium January 19th 2023 Denmark 2 Croatia January 19th 2023 United States 2 Bahrain January 21st 2023 Croatia 7 Belgium January 21st 2023 Bahrain 4 Egypt January 21st 2023 United States 6 Denmark January 23rd 2023 Egypt 3 Denmark January 23rd 2023 Croatia 7 Bahrain January 23rd 2023 United States 2 Belgium [/hide]
  7. That would explain no Cavaliada events on the list as well. Thanks for that point!
  8. @dcroWhy isn't this weekend's Leipzig counted for ranking? It's a CSI5*, the Grand Prix has 1,55 cm, so it fits the criteria.
  9. [ hide] Group Stage January 11th - January 17th, 2023 32 Nations, The 1st, 2nd and 3rd-Placed Nations from each Group will qualify for the Main Round. Group A Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 12th 2023, h. 18:00 Chile - - Iran January 12th 2023, h. 20:30 Spain - - Montenegro January 14th 2023, h. 18:00 Montenegro 5 Iran January 14th 2023, h. 20:30 Spain 6 Chile January 16th 2023, h. 18:00 Montenegro 4 Chile January 16th 2023, h. 20:30 Iran 4 Spain Group B Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 11th 2023, h. 21:00 France - - Poland January 12th 2023, h. 18:00 Saudi Arabia - - Slovenia January 14th 2023, h. 18:00 France 13 Saudi Arabia January 14th 2023, h. 20:30 Poland 1 Slovenia January 16th 2023, h. 18:00 Slovenia 3 France January 16th 2023, h. 20:30 Poland 11 Saudi Arabia Group C Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 12th 2023, h. 18:00 Cape Verde - - Uruguay January 12th 2023, h. 20:30 Sweden - - Brazil January 14th 2023, h. 18:00 Brazil 4 Uruguay January 14th 2023, h. 20:30 Sweden 15 Cape Verde January 16th 2023, h. 18:00 Brazil 7 Cape Verde January 16th 2023, h. 20:30 Uruguay 20 Sweden Group D Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 12th 2023, h. 18:00 Hungary - - South Korea January 12th 2023, h. 20:30 Iceland - - Portugal January 14th 2023, h. 18:00 Portugal 4 South Korea January 14th 2023, h. 20:30 Iceland 2 Hungary January 16th 2023, h. 18:00 South Korea 7 Iceland January 16th 2023, h. 20:30 Portugal 5 Hungary Group E Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 13th 2023, h. 18:00 Germany 10 Qatar January 13th 2023, h. 20:30 Serbia 5 Algeria January 15th 2023, h. 18:00 Germany 3 Serbia January 15th 2023, h. 20:30 Qatar 3 Algeria January 17th 2023, h. 18:00 Algeria 7 Germany January 17th 2023, h. 20:30 Qatar 8 Serbia Group F Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 13th 2023, h. 18:00 Argentina 2 Netherlands January 13th 2023, h. 20:30 Norway 4 North Macedonia January 15th 2023, h. 18:00 North Macedonia 3 Netherlands January 15th 2023, h. 20:30 Norway 5 Argentina January 17th 2023, h. 18:00 North Macedonia 1 Argentina January 17th 2023, h. 20:30 Netherlands 6 Norway Group G Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 13th 2023, h. 18:00 Morocco 2 United States January 13th 2023, h. 20:30 Egypt 4 Croatia January 15th 2023, h. 18:00 Egypt 3 Morocco January 15th 2023, h. 20:30 Croatia 7 United States January 17th 2023, h. 18:00 United States 9 Egypt January 17th 2023, h. 20:30 Croatia 8 Morocco Group H Date & Time (GMT +1) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 13th 2023, h. 18:00 Bahrain 3 Tunisia January 13th 2023, h. 20:30 Denmark 12 Belgium January 15th 2023, h. 18:00 Belgium 6 Tunisia January 15th 2023, h. 20:30 Denmark 8 Bahrain January 17th 2023, h. 18:00 Belgium 4 Bahrain January 17th 2023, h. 20:30 Tunisia 5 Denmark [/hide]
  10. [hide] Group Stage January 13th - January 20th, 2023 16 Nations, The 1st-placed Nations from each Group will qualify for the Quarterfinals. The 2nd and 3rd-Placed Nations from each Group will qualify for the Cross-overs. Group A Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 13th 2023, h. 13:00 Argentina 4 2 South Africa January 13th 2023, h. 15:00 Australia 3 2 France January 16th 2023, h. 17:00 France 3 1 South Africa January 16th 2023, h. 19:00 Argentina 1 2 Australia January 20th 2023, h. 13:00 Australia 4 0 South Africa January 20th 2023, h. 15:00 France 1 2 Argentina Group B Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 14th 2023, h. 17:00 Belgium 6 1 South Korea January 14th 2023, h. 19:00 Germany 7 0 Japan January 17th 2023, h. 17:00 South Korea 2 1 Japan January 17th 2023, h. 19:00 Germany 3 4 Belgium January 20th 2023, h. 17:00 Belgium 8 0 Japan January 20th 2023, h. 19:00 South Korea 1 7 Germany Group C Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 14th 2023, h. 13:00 New Zealand 5 1 Chile January 14th 2023, h. 15:00 Netherlands 13 0 Malaysia January 16th 2023, h. 13:00 Malaysia 1 4 Chile January 16th 2023, h. 15:00 New Zealand 2 4 Netherlands January 19th 2023, h. 13:00 Malaysia 0 10 New Zealand January 19th 2023, h. 15:00 Netherlands 7 1 Chile Group D Date & Time (GMT +5:30) Nation 1 T1 T2 Nation 2 January 13th 2023, h. 17:00 England 3 1 Wales January 13th 2023, h. 19:00 India 4 3 Spain January 15th 2023, h. 17:00 Spain 3 0 Wales January 15th 2023, h. 19:00 England 3 2 India January 19th 2023, h. 17:00 Spain 1 0 England January 19th 2023, h. 19:00 India 4 2 Wales Top 3 Place 1st 2nd 3rd Nation Netherlands Belgum India [/hide]
  11. UEFA announced the start of a new competition for women. UEFA Nations League will serve as a qualifier for the Olympic Games and EURO or World Cup, starting from the upcoming edition. The Nations League starts in autumn 2023 with the format similar to the men's version of the competition. The teams will be divided into three leagues - Leagues A and B consist of 16 teams each while the League C will feature the remaining teams, depending on the number of entries. In each league there will be groups of four (or groups of three in group C, if the team number won't be divisible by four). The matches will be played with a typical league system - one home and one away match with all the other teams in the group. The Uefa Nations League finals will feature the winners of the League A groups. They will be played with a single knock-out format - the semi-finals, the final and the 3rd-place match. The finalists will get the quota for the Olympic Games. For Paris 2024, if France gets to the final, the third-placed team will fill the remaining UEFA place in the Olympic tournament. The next phase of the competition will be the European Qualifiers. The winners and runners-up of Leagu A will stay there, joined by the winners of League B. The fourth-placed teams will be relegated to the League B. Also the winners of League C will be promoted to the League B, replacing the lowest-ranked teams from that League (including the lowest-ranked third-placed teams, shall there be more than four groups in League C). The remaining teams play in the promotion/relegation matches - the third-placed teams from league A will play the League B runners-up, with the winners playing the League A and the losers in the League B. The League B third-placed teams will play with the best-ranked second-placed teams from League C with the same rule of promotion/relegation. For the UEFA Women's EURO Qualifier the 8 top teams of League A will have a direct qualification. The remaining slots will be filled by the two-round play-offs. The 8 low-ranked teams of League A will play the top 8 of League C in the first round, while the teams placed 1-3 in the League B will play each other in the six matches (winners and top 2 second-placed teams are seeded). The fourteen winners will advance to the second round of play-offs, with another home-and-away game deciding the final spots. Photo: Wojciech Nowakowski/Totallympics News
  12. In Poland there's a law that no NF president can serve longer than two terms of 4 years. Isn't that a government interference?
  13. Team of Germany won the gold medal at the Eventing World Championships in Pratoni del Vivaro. Along with six other teams they newly crowned champions took the Olympic quota for Paris 2024 in both - team and individual event for their team members. After the dressage test it was the British team to lead the team classification, but during the cross country London 52 ridden by Laura Collett made a run out at one of the obstacles, which resulted in a massive points loss and brought Collett from the 2nd place individually to just 48th, becoming the weakest part of the British team. That made them fall to the third place, behind Germany and USA, with 7,4 points of advantage over New Zealand. However the jumping test brough 16 penalties to Oliver Townend on Ballaghmor Class, bringing the Brits out of podium. The gold was taken by the German team, USA was second and New Zealand took the bronze, while the Olympic quotas went also to the teams of Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden and Switzerland. Individually it was Michael Jung to lead the field after cross country, but he made two knockdowns, falling of thepodium. A clear ride gave the silver to his teammate, Julia Krajewski, but she lost to Yasmin Ingham - the sole Brit not entered to the team event. Bronze was taken by Tim Price of New Zealand - finishing the event with the same result as Rosalind Canter from Team GB, but coming closer to the time limit to the finish line of the cross country. Photo: FEI / Richard Juilliart
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