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 Post subject: Re: 2009 Libertadores Cup
PostPosted: 14 Jul 2009, 18:58  
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 Post subject: Re: 2009 Libertadores Cup
PostPosted: 16 Jul 2009, 14:43  
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 Post subject: Re: 2009 Libertadores Cup
PostPosted: 16 Jul 2009, 16:36  
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Estudiantes is the champion of Libertadores 2009.

Score of the final game:
Cruzeiro 1 x 2 Estudiantes

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 Post subject: Re: Le Tour De France 2009
PostPosted: 22 Jul 2009, 19:48  
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 Post subject: Re: Le Tour De France 2009
PostPosted: 24 Jul 2009, 09:58  
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Cavendish won second stage, he's just the fastest man on earth on a bike

only in a flat stage.. make it a little uphill finish and he is nowhere..
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 Post subject: Re: Le Tour De France 2009
PostPosted: 24 Jul 2009, 10:37  
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The tour is for Contador as expected, it's over now. I'll miss the Mont Ventoux stage on saturday :(

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 Post subject: Re: Le Tour De France 2009
PostPosted: 27 Jul 2009, 17:36  
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Stage 21 result:

1. Mark Cavendish (GB/Columbia) 4 hours 2 mins 18 secs
2. Mark Renshaw (Aus/Columbia) "
3. Tyler Farrar (US/Garmin) "
4. Gerald Ciolek (Ger/Milram) "
5. Yauheni Hutarovich (Blr/Francaise des Jeux) "
6. Thor Hushovd (Nor/Cervelo Test Team) "
7. Jose Joaquin Rojas (Spa/Caisse d'Epargne)
8. Marco Bandiera (Ita/Lampre-NGC) "
9. Daniele Bennati (Ita/Liquigas) "
10. William Bonnet (Fra/Bbox Bouygues Telecom) "

Selected others:

55. Bradley Wiggins (GB/Garmin) "
56. Frank Schleck (Lux/Saxo Bank) "
62. Lance Armstrong (US/Astana) "
63. Andy Schleck (Lux/Saxo Bank) "
97. Alberto Contador (Spa/Astana) "
138. David Millar (GB/Garmin) + 30 secs
139. Charles Wegelius (GB/Silence-Lotto)

Overall standings:

1. Alberto Contador (Spa/Astana) 85hrs 48mins 35secs
2. Andy Schleck (Lux/Saxo Bank) + 4mins 11secs
3. Lance Armstrong (US/Astana) + 5mins 24secs
4. Bradley Wiggins (GB/Garmin) + 6mins 01secs
5. Frank Schleck (Lux/Saxo Bank) + 6mins 04secs

Selected others:

59. Charles Weglius (GB/Silence-Lotto) +1hr 29mins 37secs
85. David Millar (GB/Garmin) + 2hrs 15mins 04secs
131. Mark Cavendish (GB/Columbia) + 3hrs 21mins 54secs

Individual stage wins:

1. Mark Cavendish (GB/Columbia) 6
2. Alberto Contador (Spa/Astana) 2

Team:

1. Astana 256 hrs 02mins 58secs
2. Garmin-Slipstream + 22 mins 35 secs
3. Team Saxo Bank + 28mins 34secs
4. AG2R + 31mins 47secs
5. Liquigas + 43mins 31secs
6. Euskaltel + 58mins 05secs
7. Francaise des Jeux +1hr 01min 48secs
8. Cofidis + 1hr 05mins 34secs
9. Team Katusha + 1hr 13mins 57secs
10. Agritubel + 1min 20mins 38secs

Green Jersey (Points):

1. Thor Hushovd (Nor/Cervelo Test Team) 280 points
2. Mark Cavendish (GB/Columbia) 270
3. Gerald Ciolek (Ger/Milram) 172

Red Polka Dot Jersey (Climber):

1. Franco Pellizotti (Ita/Liquigas) 201 points
2. Egoi Martinez (Spa/Euskaltel) 135
3. Alberto Contador (Spa/Astana) 126

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 Post subject: NFL
PostPosted: 29 Jul 2009, 15:53  
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Anyone here follow the NFL? I'm fairly new to it, and being from the UK have to stay up til three to watch the superbowl, which is pretty much the only live game I can watch for free, but I just generally like the game and the plays.

As a sport, it's very stop start, but every single play is a set-piece, and set-pieces are my favourite parts of football (free kicks, corners) and hockey (corners, penalties), and to a lesser extent rugby (line-outs).

So, the 2009 season; who do we think will be strong/who do you support?

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 Post subject: Re: NFL
PostPosted: 29 Jul 2009, 16:58  
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I'm a fan, it was so lucky that the Super Bowl this year was the night before we got record snowfall, seeing that thick snow outside while watching the game knowing school would be cancelled was very satisfying. For baffling reasons, I'm supporting the Oakland Raiders from now on even though they're rubbish. I tip the Giants to win the super bowl this year, and the Houston Texans will be the surprise of the season.
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 Post subject: Re: NFL
PostPosted: 30 Jul 2009, 23:28  
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swca92 wrote:
I'm a fan, it was so lucky that the Super Bowl this year was the night before we got record snowfall, seeing that thick snow outside while watching the game knowing school would be cancelled was very satisfying. For baffling reasons, I'm supporting the Oakland Raiders from now on even though they're rubbish. I tip the Giants to win the super bowl this year, and the Houston Texans will be the surprise of the season.


Seattle Seahawks for a recovery season, with the Seahawks getting to and losing the Super Bowl. You heard it here first. :p I support mainly the Seahawks, but I like the Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Panthers and hate the Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots with a passion. Tom Brady's season is going to be interesting. I doubt any of the reserve QBs will be good enough to achieve any great success for the Pats if Brady gets injured again.

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 Post subject: Re: NFL
PostPosted: 31 Jul 2009, 01:10  
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I'm a fan for sure, i am from Eastern Pennsylvania so life-long Philadelphia Eagles fan here. We were so close last year, i think we should definitely make the playoffs again this year. Once there anything can happen. I think Ny will be tough again and so will arizona in NFC. I think Baltimore will be a team to watch for this year they might take Pittsburgh down for their division.
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 Post subject: Re: Most Boring Sport To Watch
PostPosted: 02 Aug 2009, 21:29  
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i feel asleep during the golf today. just about sums it up really :sleep:

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 Post subject: Re: Most Boring Sport To Watch
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2009, 05:54  
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The Porsche Carrera Cup is very boring...

But golf yeah

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 Post subject: Re: Most Boring Sport To Watch
PostPosted: 03 Aug 2009, 19:33  
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golf can be quite interesting sometimes, if you know what is happening but horse racing is the most boring for me....
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 Post subject: Re: worst sports
PostPosted: 04 Aug 2009, 02:13  
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I don't hate any sport, but baseball comes the closest.

Too many people dismiss cricket and American football for being too stop/start and long, but I think they're sports you can really get into and watch develop. I've been glued to the last two superbowls, and watch every test I can. I would say that a great deal of people who "hate" them haven't actually given the game any thought, or tried to understand it.

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