Moderator: Tournament Directors
Dukasaur wrote:Thank you for doing all this work!
This is a huge and complex tourney, and I appreciate how much of your time and effort goes into it.
arno30 wrote:i'd appreciate this tourney even more if you'd allowed me to win a 1v1 game in the cross country relay... it's just impossible, however my drop/first turn is.
sempaispellcheck wrote:Standings updated to show the results of Day 2 action in the show jumping competition, now completed.
And, as nicestash so boldly predicted, Nepal have leapfrogged Serbia to take hold of the top spot in the overall standings!
However, Serbia has not fallen very far behind, and it will be very interesting to see if Nepal can hold them off for the rest of Day 2, not to mention the rest of the tournament.
Thank you all for making this such an exciting tournament to run! I'm having loads of fun with it!
wookie1 wrote:Or rather Burundi I guess, and Ukraine second.. will be close top three though..
sempaispellcheck wrote:wookie1 wrote:Or rather Burundi I guess, and Ukraine second.. will be close top three though..
Second time the charm, wookie.
At the END of DAY 2:
Burundi finds themselves atop the overall standings board, 6 points ahead of second-place Ukraine and 7 ahead of both third-place Serbia and fourth-place Nepal (Serbia is ahead of Nepal because they are higher on the leaderboards of 3 of the 5 individual events). Gabon is a fairly distant fifth, 26.5 points behind Nepal, and Day 1 leaders Libya have fallen all the way down to eighth, 51 points behind Burundi.
It is worth noting that only six teams (Afghanistan, Burundi, Russia, the Solomon Islands, Serbia, and São Tomé & Principe) are still in contention in all 5 events, while 19 teams have been reduced to competing only in show jumping and synchronized swimming.
Day 3 will (hopefully) get started soon.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users