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Which sports do you follow the most?

Poll ended at 2020-01-09 20:55, Thursday

Football (Soccer), Futsal
3
13%
American Football, Rugby
2
9%
Track and Field, Athletics, Running, Triathlon,
1
4%
Swimming
1
4%
Winter Sports
2
9%
Motor Sports
3
13%
Tennis, Badminton, Table-Tennis
3
13%
Road & Track Cycling, MTB
3
13%
Volleyball, Handball
2
9%
Basketball
1
4%
Ice Hockey, Hockey
1
4%
Darts, Snooker
1
4%
Baseball
0
No votes
Sailing, Golf, Polo
0
No votes
Boxing, Weightlifting
0
No votes
E-Sports
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 23

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[Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by randowe » 2019-12-12 20:55, Thursday

More polls, more fun, no? :cool So here it is, the poll you have been waiting for for so long :lol
You may select up to 5 options of the sports you are most interested in. Please feel free to discuss the latest sports news and results.
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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by Radoye » 2019-12-12 21:33, Thursday

Motorsports fanatic here. If it has 4 wheels and races i'm into it.

I also watch soccer - i prefer internationals to club competitions though, because there's only one club that i care to watch and they'll never win anything so i don't care about the Champions League, Premiership and all that jazz. Too much money involved for my taste.

Basketball - used to play (very badly :lol ) when i still had knees. Can't say i'm a big fan nowadays but i do like to see a game every now and then.

I'd watch occasionally wintersports, NFL/CFL, baseball, volleybal, tennis etc etc but i don't really care much about them.

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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by Ale » 2019-12-12 21:45, Thursday

option 1. will vote later, Randowe :yes

considering latest - just because I mentioned him in other thread and is effective joke - Adolf of Frankfurt FC lost this evening in Euroliga but will advance, while my team led by Milošević won big tonight but is out of competition ))

do join me on football news, occassionally

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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by randowe » 2019-12-12 21:46, Thursday

When it comes to motor sports i watched Formula 1 (Damon Hill back in the days :yes ) for many years but it became very boring and predictable in the last years, so... i watch it rarely when i have nothing to do on sundays :lol

I am a huge cycling fan since the days of Jan and Lance. French champion Richard Virenque was one of the heros of my youth. Now i cheer for Slovak Peter Sagan since almost a decade. But he seem to have lost his mojo lately. There is also a lot of negative racing in road cycling nowadays and most riders play the waiting game... Hope it ill change eventually. I like the attacking riders more :cool

I also voted for NFL which i follow for quite a few years now. I try to watch it every sunday and sometimes i also watch college football on saturdays. Well the season is short... ;)
After the years i still have no favorite team. It is hard to pick one team to be a fan of when you have no relationship to any of them. I guess i have to run a poll about it :lol

Track and field/Atletics, Swimming and Winter Sports also got my vote but i follow a lot of other sports as well from time to time.
It also depends on what is on TV. I wish they would show NBA in free TV here in Germany, but at the moment i have no chance to watch a single game.

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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by Radoye » 2019-12-13 00:28, Friday

randowe wrote:
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When it comes to motor sports i watched Formula 1 (Damon Hill back in the days :yes ) for many years but it became very boring and predictable in the last years, so... i watch it rarely when i have nothing to do on sundays :lol
You should diversify. IndyCar racing has been quite spectacular last 10 years or so since the reunification of the series in 2008. and especially since the introduction of the new car in 2012. There's some great racing to be seen in the lower rungs of the F1 ladder (F3 for example, with the future stars), Japanese SuperFormula, sportscar racing (protorypes and GT), touring cars... There's always something going on.

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Post by Wonderdoctor » 2019-12-13 11:23, Friday

I am a huge cycling fan since the days of Jan and Lance. French champion Richard Virenque was one of the heros of my youth. Now i cheer for Slovak Peter Sagan since almost a decade. But he seem to have lost his mojo lately. There is also a lot of negative racing in road cycling nowadays and most riders play the waiting game... Hope it ill change eventually. I like the attacking riders more
:banana Fan since being a young kid in the days of Eddy Merckx. I like the spring classics the most. Agree with your observations.
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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by randowe » 2019-12-13 13:34, Friday

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I am a huge cycling fan since the days of Jan and Lance. French champion Richard Virenque was one of the heros of my youth. Now i cheer for Slovak Peter Sagan since almost a decade. But he seem to have lost his mojo lately. There is also a lot of negative racing in road cycling nowadays and most riders play the waiting game... Hope it ill change eventually. I like the attacking riders more
:banana Fan since being a young kid in the days of Eddy Merckx. I like the spring classics the most. Agree with your observations.
I too, like the calssics more than the stage races, where everything is about waiting and marginal gains nowadays :lol
In the classics you can still watch 100 or 150km of racing, if you are lucky. I visited Valkenburg twice :cool It is also a very beautiful city, for those who are not so much interested in road racing ;)

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Post by Major Heinz » 2019-12-13 14:35, Friday

My favorite sport is football (soccer) although my favorite team 1. FC Köln is on the last place at the standings at the moment. This sport I follow since 1990 then I was 9 years old. When WM or EM is I watch as many games as possible.
I also watch Formula 1 although I regret this in the most races. Formula 1 is nowadays boring, because stupid decisions were made. Only Hockenheim this year was really funny :D
I watch Formula 1 since 1999.
In the same year I began to watch cycling. Every year I try to watch as many Tour de France races as possible. I am not a fan of sprints. I like mountain arrivals the most. It is always funny to see when a big group arrives the last mounain and one after the other falls back. This year Emanuel Buchmann were sensationell! Luckily Ineos were not as dominating as the last years Sky was then the fight of the Tour victory was very boring. Besides Tour de France I also watch Vuelta a Espana, especially stages that took place on the Costa de Almeria, Desert of Tabernas, Granada, Pico de Veleta and Alpujarras. I was in these regions three times many years ago and I love these andalusian landscapes and it is always nice to recognize places in which I was. Last year I visited twice the Deutschland Tour. I watched live the sprint in Bonn and at a hill in the Eifel.
My fourth favorite sport is Biathlon. This sport I watch since 2002. But I like more to watch the ladies. Normally I am a big patriot and support germans and I am sometimes really annoyed if a german did not win :irate , but in Biathlon it is also ok if a nice non-german lady wins :rofl
When big events like Olympia are I also watch some other sports like athletic sports or ski jumping and Nordic combined but this I do not follow regularly.

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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by Ale » 2019-12-13 15:12, Friday

when it comes to other sports, my interest is opportunistic these days i.e. if there is something interesting maybe i'll watch (basket, tenis, even waterpolo)).... liked F1 racing before, must admit do not follow it anymore. But only football every week, knowing results and standings in all important competitions. Don't worry Major, being in top of 2. BL is interesting too )

question is why is that really i.e. football always wins in importance - i don't know really - except game mechanics and rules and tempo - but probably passion, humor and "tribalism" of the fans is personally interesting (violence & criminal aside). In that sense while my club has smaller fan base in city, it is more iconic i'd say objectivelly :) and was always glad father & grandfather belonged to its base.... support some smaller dating to start of XX century, but that's realistically without any importance in competitive way.

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Post by randowe » 2019-12-14 12:33, Saturday

Radoye wrote: IndyCar racing has been quite spectacular last 10 years or so since the reunification of the series in 2008. and especially since the introduction of the new car in 2012.
If they would show it in TV over here, i'd give it a try. Same for NASCAR. But IndyCar or NASCAR are never on TV in germany.
As i said, i'd like to watch NBA too, but i have to rely on what is on free TV.
Sure, maybe there are low quality streams, but that is not the same ;)
Major Heinz wrote: Last year I visited twice the Deutschland Tour. I watched live the sprint in Bonn and at a hill in the Eifel.
The Deutschland Tour was going through nearby where i live too. I was really exited when i found out about that when the route was announced.
But then i decided to not go to watch the riders passing by live. It only takes seconds and i thought i get a better overview in TV and i also could watch the final sprint in Halberstadt in TV.
I am a big cycling fan, as i wrote before, but in my life i visted only 3 races live. Two times i was in Valkenburg for the Amstel Gold Race and the World Championships and i visited a ladies Bundesliga race long time ago. It was in the days of Team High Road. They had a ladies team too and it was fun to see riders of such a big team riding the same hill than we did on our training rides and there was High Road rider Emilia Fahlin in her Swedish Champion jersey too.

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Re: [Poll] Which sports do you follow the most?

Post by Ale » 2019-12-14 17:11, Saturday

FC Köln = strong! :)


...i doubt that, but just in case you are sensitive about club (there were some) good luck in future )

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Post by Ale » 2019-12-18 21:41, Wednesday

oh, what a match... no, not Barcelona-Real, talking about Frankfurt-Köln derby! :lol

i told you Major, strong as "male-goat".... i'll give it a break now (and German/any sucker talks generally) not to make Major feel uncomfortable, but surely will eat my hat if they make it to top 4 and think twice before messing with such power again : )

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Post by Major Heinz » 2019-12-19 16:13, Thursday

Yeah, it was an awesome game. But I am not happy right now, because Köln is known to be the best Sparrings Partner for Clubs who have a crisis like Werder Bremen. If they lose at weekend the two victories will become meaningless, because they would again donate points to a direct opponent. And Köln still needs some points right now, because the first games in new year will be against very strong opponents.

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Post by Duke Falcon » 2020-02-02 18:42, Sunday

Snooker.
It calms down my mind and it represents the rules of applied physic so freaking well. To bad that O'Sulliven plays less and less these days as he has a certain character. :cool
Biathlon, mostly because of Lisa Vittozzi :bonk

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Post by randowe » 2020-02-02 19:54, Sunday

Yes, O’Sullivan is snooker ;)

I watch Biathlon as well. All the years people thought that Fourcade is not from this world and then the younger Bö appears! The King is dead, long live the King :lol I follow Women's Biathlon as well, but like in most sports i don't really know who to cheer for. As long as the race/game is exciting, i don't mind who is winning. If i had to choose, i'd say Öberg of Sweden.

Super Bowl tonight :cool But of course i'dont know who to cheer for. I follow NFL for some years now and still i have no favorite team :dunno

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Post by Parabellum » 2020-02-02 20:54, Sunday

Image I guess the Kansas City Chiefs, but I don't have a favorite.

Today's men's final of the Australia Open was also great cinema. I was hoping for Dominique Thiem (he was the outsider), but Novak Đoković was able to prevent the defeat again after 4 hours of play and won for the 8th time in Melbourne - which is outstanding!
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Post by Ale » 2020-02-02 21:02, Sunday

yes i wonder who will be next number 1 once "great 3 in tenis" is retired. Maybe Thiem :yes but i'm interested in tenis only when there are last 4 in grand slams :lol although sport is tough and demanding

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Post by randowe » 2020-02-03 16:38, Monday

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Image I guess the Kansas City Chiefs, but I don't have a favorite.
I went to bed after the 3rd quarter at 3 am, when the 49ers were leading 20:10. Of course i missed the most interesting part and the Chiefs turning the game around. If only the Super Bowl would start an hour or two earlier :bonk :lol

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Post by Parabellum » 2020-02-03 20:56, Monday

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yes i wonder who will be next number 1 once "great 3 in tenis" is retired. Maybe Thiem :yes ...
Yes, I give him the greatest chance. He plays the most consistent performance of all the younger players. But it won't happen today or tomorrow.
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Image I guess the Kansas City Chiefs, but I don't have a favorite.
I went to bed after the 3rd quarter at 3 am, when the 49ers were leading 20:10. Of course i missed the most interesting part and the Chiefs turning the game around. If only the Super Bowl would start an hour or two earlier :bonk :lol
Haha, I went to bed at 11 p.m. and got up again at 0:30 a.m. for the national anthem. But not because of the national anthem, but to check whether the recording of the program on my TV hard drive has also started. It worked and I was able to calmly look at the recording this afternoon (after my office work) and skip the many breaks through the commercial clips.
To keep the tension on the result going, I avoided the internet and news all day.
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Post by Ale » 2020-02-03 22:36, Monday

Para is a miner, but he calls it an "office" :lol

just joking out of boredom, of course. if there is some vacant place i'm in :) ...anyway, age is Thiem's "enemy" but also stronger side if he reaches right level soon and keep rivals like Stefanos Achilles, Medvedev etc. below it. ) not so important anyway, just age angle... i don't see something like those 3 repeating soon, as like

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Post by randowe » 2020-03-14 20:25, Saturday

WTF :eek Martin Fourcade calls it a day and ends his career. I had hoped he will continue for at least 5 more years ;)

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Post by O_P_T » 2020-03-20 01:55, Friday

Right now?

Nothing.

No basketball, hockey, baseball, formula 1, nothing”s going on due to the :censored virus

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Post by Bombast the Blue » 2020-06-04 20:05, Thursday

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Portimonense 1 v Gil Vicente 0
(This guy was really itching to kick ball again...)

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Post by Bombast the Blue » 2020-06-11 22:03, Thursday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhmB6U-x3Mw

Portimonense 2 v Benfica 2

The team from Algarve (down south) scores another hit from outside the perimeter.

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Post by Ale » 2020-06-22 11:04, Monday

talking point today is - since Para mentioned Đoković, Thiem and sport few post and months ago - Dimitrov (Bulgarian player) catching corona (he'll be OK) while part of some non-competitive tournament here, Thiem was there as well as Zverev.... summa summarum, maybe he didn't catch it here but it is possible considering totally abandoned rules of prevention here since some time ago.

do not blame Đoković, although for someone as public figure as is he should be more responsible, blame our government for very unserious approach - namely, we were state with very tough restrictions, tougher even than many worse affected countries at the begining and "martial law" at the begining of "corona panic" and then suddenly and totally out of mind all restrictions were lifted and everything is allowed here, even public in sport events, all travel etc... banana state and behavior :) Đoković just shot himself in foot in a minor way, but not to be blamed exclusively. It is unimportant how one looks at virus and is it really as dangerous, but some rules like more serious Germany or other countries should have stayed in place at least for sport events and big gatherings, this way politicians and state sent (again) very unserious message to the world, seen report on BBC at all, Đoković more "victim" of such behavior :lol

btw, glad for some big football leagues back, makes weekends more interesting

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Post by Bombast the Blue » 2020-06-23 10:43, Tuesday

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btw, glad for some big football leagues back, makes weekends more interesting
Here, it sure provides a welcome shift in main theme of conversation, particularly for those we call "doentes da bola" (sick for (foot)ball)
And due to the accumulated delay rounds are taking place at around 4 days from each other.
On top of that the two first classified from first league have the same amount of points...

But retaking first league football here was, seems quite obvious, an economy driven decision.
Pretty much everything else in sports was summarily shut down and there isn't even talk about a next season...

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Post by Ale » 2020-06-23 17:08, Tuesday

of course, "big business" in Europe (non-banana one)) uncomparable to nothing else in that field probably... anyway, with one of your countryman being one of the most famous "products" recently you know that better than me, no need to waste words :) in banana part of Europe not so much money nor interest so even fans allowed in situation as is, sound more like pleasing everybody or El presidente's kids. but forget about it, talking serious places for a minute...

however money aside apropos big leagues, in some instances - like Italy from somethings i read without really knowning nor going into is it true - people said that they just had to resume it as they had 2 options i.e. no winner or giving title to Juventus, so some decided to "keep it clear" not to give chance to anybody to say that Lazio hadn't chance. Maybe one of motivating factors but can't confirm nor Italian to comment

and for the end (for now) really surprised that Portugal for all the years didn't attaract "more" money staying (although richer) pretty much similar to some leagues like in my banana with 2 main enternal competitors... but yes of course, in this case size of country does matter ;) but not some trouble as even "powerhouse" like Germania just asks when will Bayern fall from time to time :lol so not a big deal if it's Porto or Benfica :yes

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Post by Ale » 2020-06-24 20:34, Wednesday

in fact, addition in sport sense...

while watching Lazio game - the one i waited for 3 months, without some reason - must add that although Juventus is typically and naturally club with fancy and prefered colors, hence friendly, this time Lazio gets all sympathies and best wishes. It's something like "more iconic but smaller" club from Rome, with cool name and badge :) nothing with fans and friendly status, but sure most are fine folks ; ... useless to talk anything as Italians are not members around, naturally

primarily wanted to add something similar to Benfica - sympathy as many Partizan players got chance there recently, but one can't say they where some big successes, some even back here before reaching 30 :lol

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Post by Ale » 2020-06-25 19:30, Thursday

well i guess most had enough of my "serious history" evenly about Sarma-Rome-Middleages so lets change subject as sporting history can be sometimes interesting as well... besides, some can run about some question in a sport quiz or like, i sometimes do them so why not telling ;

it is clear from my words but maybe not so, then to make it and add something to read. So, why my mentioned club wear black-white combo - the answer is Juventus and one of the Agnelli i.e. their president once giving sportswear to Partizan after some match. It was long time ago, when Puskas was a thing or even before :) Since Juventus derivate colors themselves from English club (big one now) Notts county, could be said Partizan by logic as well had colors from them - typing from head hope i didn't get facts wrong ) Second part of history is - why i say "iconic" except iconography and big Al, in broader sense - well it was first club from bana... pardon east Europe to reach final of "champions cup", lost to Real. But it was also long time ago, when others couldn't even play and even England was good in that sport :lol

:p but not bad subject

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Post by Ale » 2020-06-26 12:45, Friday

since i touched subject of fans in football - certainly important part of sport subculture - for real finish in this block... i'm the last person to spread some anti-Italian bias and such :lol so this video - if one has time and will to look - of Köln fans few years ago here against some club, not Partizan. Physical damage to stands, pyros and even thrown in opposing crowd etc. etc. and some picked by police for "talks" :) ...s.summarum, it is not Serbs, Italians or English (those blamed even for farting in stadiums) those are from richest German region. But of course, most are fine folks in German clubs too nor (except mentioned dangerous acts) are these extremes from Germany.

final thought is, while as said violence & criminal is not option nor anything good in that (mostly) i hope football atmosphere never becomes tenis one, as in serious sociological way some of fan behavior is good, as crtitique or just good laugh/joke (nor racist one but no problem like English singing "small town in...")) As, historically in many places, fans dared to touch some criminal figures, politicians ans corrupt elites often. finished, but as sociology experiment interesting, welcome all

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Post by Ale » 2020-06-26 21:21, Friday

pedantic as always, must say on second thought and look that it was maybe just case of "too drunk or druged" and not police pickup, there is some struggle there so undecided :) but nonetheless they attracted police initially present just on other side of divide..... and funny try to steal flag by one of rival fans, enraged one from Cologne fans (as they say) especially )

normally it is easy to look at it from distance and no victims, but there would be fight without l'gendarmes... small kids should be safe on such spectacles and result should matter, seriously speaking. another light thought from one colegue - how one decide what is racist, technically we and Germans are diferent race :lol

bye really, but reach subject hope something fresh there esp. about colors and history

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