The Nintendo Domain

You are not connected. Please login or register

View previous topic View next topic Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Skochko
#1

on Mon Jul 11, 2011 11:26 pm

avatar
Administrator
Administrator
This is a summary of what has happened so far this year, in sports. These are the sports that I follow. You are free to add more information about your continents and other sports results.


Football
- Writing about European football only. Remember, this is soccer. -

European Champions League
FC Barcelona [ESP] 3-1 Manchester United [ENG]

Europa League
Porto [POR] 1-0 Braga [POR]

National League Champions (Top 5)
Premier League: Manchester United F.C.
Ligue 1: Lille OSC
German Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund
Serie A: A.C. Milan
La Liga: FC Barcelona


Basketball
- Euroleague and NBA only. I don't really care about the rest. -

Euroleague
Panathinaikos BC [GRE] 78-70 Maccabi Tel Aviv [ISR]

NBA Finals
Dallas Mavericks 84-92 Miami Heat
Dallas Mavericks 95-93 Miami Heat
Dallas Mavericks 86-88 Miami Heat
Dallas Mavericks 86-83 Miami Heat
Dallas Mavericks 112-103 Miami Heat
Dallas Mavericks 105-95 Miami Heat

Dallas Mavericks 4-2 Miami Heat


Tennis
- Both men's and women's. The season is halfway over. -

Australian Open
Novak Djokovic [SRB] 6:4 6:2 6:3 Andy Murray [GBR]
Kim Clijsters [BEL] 3:6 6:3 6:3 Li Na [CHN]

French Open (Roland Garros)
Rafael Nadal [ESP] 7:5 7:6 5:7 6:1 Roger Federer [SUI]
Li Na [CHN] 6:4 7:6 Francesca Schiavone [ITA]

Wimbledon
Novak Djokovic [SRB] 6:4 6:1 1:6 6:3 Rafael Nadal [ESP]
Petra Kvitova [CZH] 6:3 6:4 Maria Sharapova [RUS]

Top 5 men
1. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 13155 points
2. Rafael Nadal (Spain) 11270 points
3. Roger Federer (Switzerland) 9230 points
4. Andy Murray (Britain) 6855 points
5. Robin Soderling (Sweden) 4325 points

Top 5 women
1. Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark) 9915 points
2. Kim Clijsters (Belgium) 7625 points
3. Vera Zvonareva (Russia) 6695 points
4. Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) 6465 points
5. Maria Sharapova (Russia) 6141 points


F1
- Just the current Top 5. The season is halfway over. -

Drivers
1. Sebastian Vettel [GER] - 204 points
2. Mark Webber [AUS] - 124 points
3. Fernando Alonso [ESP] - 112 points
4. Lewis Hamilton [GBR] - 109 points
5. Jenson Button [GBR] - 109 points

Constructors
1. Red Bull-Renault - 328 points
2. McLaren-Mercedes - 218 points
3. Ferrari - 164 points
4. Mercedes - 68 points
5. Renault - 65


Athletics
- I follow the Diamond league. Here are the leading men and women. -

Men
100 m - Asafa Powell
200 m - Usain Bolt
400 m - Jeremy Wariner
800 m - Alfred Kirwa Yego
1500 m - Asbel Kiprop
5000 m - Imane Merga
3000 m - Steeplechase Paul Kipsiele Koech
110 m Hurdles - David Oliver
400 m Hurdles - David Greene
High Jump - Kyriakos Ioannou
Pole Vault - Renaud Lavillenie
Long Jump - Godfrey Khotso Mokoena
Triple Jump - Phillips Idowu
Shot Put - Dylan Armstrong
Discus Throw - Gerd Kanter
Javelin Throw - Andreas Thorkildsen

Women
100 m - Veronica Campbell-Brown
200 m - Bianca Knight
400 m - Amantle Montsho
800 m - Caster Semenya
1500 m - Morgan Uceny
5000 m - Vivian Jepkemoi Cheruiyot
3000 m Steeplechase - Milcah Chemos
100 m Hurdles - Danielle Carruthers
400 m Hurdles - Zuzana Hejnová
High Jump - Blanka Vlašic
Pole Vault - Silke Spiegelburg
Long Jump - Brittney Reese
Triple Jump - Yargelis Savigne
Shot Put - Valerie Adams
Discus Throw - Sandra Perkovic
Javelin Throw - Christina Obergföll


Water Polo
- Only one competition has been held so far - the World League. -

World League:
Finals: Serbia 8-7 Italy
3rd place: Croatia 11-5 USA

Gold medal: Serbia
Silver medal: Italy
Bronze medal: Croatia

Upcoming Events

Being held right now:
July 1 – 24: Copa America in Argentina [Football/Soccer]

Upcoming
July 16 – 31: World Aquatics Championships in Shanghai, China
August 27 - September 4: World Championships in Athletics in Daegu, South Korea
August 29 - September 12: US Open in New York, USA [Tennis]
September 3 - 18: EuroBasket in Lithuania [Basketball]
October 24 – October 30: WTA Tour Championships in Istanbul, Turkey [Tennis]
November 20 – November 27: ATP World Tour Finals in London, UK [Tennis]
December 8 – 18: FIFA Club World Cup in Japan [Football/Soccer]

Don't bash this thread. This took a while to write :]



____________________________________
k

View previous topic View next topic Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum