[Update] IBJJF 2016 World Jiu Jitsu Championship Full Results | world championship 2016 – Vietnamnhanvan

world championship 2016: คุณกำลังดูกระทู้

HISTORY WAS MADE! The ultimate jiu jitsu tournament has ended, and as expected, it did not disappoint bringing out the top BJJ athletes in the world. Many anxiously awaited this year’s IBJJF World Championship to witness the return of Marcus Almeida “Buchecha” to competition, one of the sports biggest stars. Coming out of a long lay-off due to knee surgery undertaken last year, much was expected from the ultra-heavyweight from Checkmat. Buchecha delivered with amazing performances, and by breaking the open weight division record set by Roger Gracie in 2010, of 3 world titles. Almeida earned his 4th absolute title at black belt, while also winning his weight class, an incredible achievement for the sport’s (now) all time best.

This year’s tournament was set to break records, with not only Marcus Almeida’s open weight legacy on the line, but also that of Rafael Mendes. The Atos representative reached his 6th black belt world title at featherweight, breaking the world record set by himself last year.

Bruno Malfacine continued his dominance of the roosterweights, pushing is own record now to 8 world titles, obliterating the former record of Omar Salum established in 2000 (2 titles).

Another impressive achievement was that of Domynika Obelenyte, the 20 year old Lithuanian-American athlete conquered her second successive double gold and is the youngest ever athlete to achieve this deed.

Below you will see the champions as well as the results from each of the matches that took place in the men’s black belt divisions. More details on these to come out soon.

IBJJF WORLD JIU JITSU CHAMPIONSHIP
Date: 1-5 June, 2016
Venue: Walter Pyramid
1250 N Bellflower Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90840

MEN’S BLACK BELT CHAMPIONS:

127LBS
Bruno Malfacine (Alliance)
Final vs Caio Terra: Result 0x0 pts, 2×0 adv

141LBS
Paulo Miyao (PSLPB)
Final vs Ary Farias: Result 4×2 pts

154LBS
Rafael Mendes (Atos)
Final vs Márcio André: Result 10×10 pts, 2×1 advantages

168LBS
Lucas Lepri (Alliance)
Final vs Edwin Najmi: win by choke from the back

181LBS 
Otavio Sousa closed division with team mate Gabriel Arges (Gracie Barra)

194LBS 
Leandro Lo (Ns Brotherhood)
Final vs Romulo Barral: Result 5×0 pts

207LBS
Andre Galvao (Atos)
Final vs Jackson Sousa: Result 2×2 pts, advantages 1×1, negative points 3×3. Referee decision

221LBS
Leo Nogueira (Alliance)
Final vs Alexandro Ceconi: Result 0x0 pts, 2×0 advantages

+221LBS
Marcus Almeida (Checkmat)
Final vs James Puopolo: win by armbar

ABSOLUTE CHAMP
Marcus Almeida (Checkmat)
Final vs Erberth Santos: Result4x2 

WOMEN’S BLACK BELT CHAMPIONS

107LBS
Rikako Yuasa (Paraestra)
Final vs Outi Jarvilehto: win by choke from the back

118LBS
Gezary Matuda (ATT)
Final vs Kristina Barlaan: win by choke

129LBS
Mackenzie Dern (Gracie Humaitá)
Final vs Michelle Nicolini: win by choke from omoplata

141LBS
Beatriz Mesquita (Gracie Humaitá)
Final vs Sarah Black: win on points

152LBS
Monique Elias (Alliance)
Final vs Luiza Monteiro: Result 10×10 pts, referee decision

163LBS
Andresa Correa (Alliance)
Final vs Sijara Eubanks: Result 10×0 pts

175LBS
Fernanda Mazelli (Strike)
Final vs Alyson Tremblay: Result 2×2 pts, referee decision

+175LBS
Domynika Obelenyte (Alliance)
Final vs Venla Luukkonen: Result 33×0 pts, referee decision

ABSOLUTE CHAMPION
Domynika Obelenyte (Alliance)
Final vs Beatriz Mesquita: 2×2 pts, 1×0 advantage

ALL MATCHES RESULTS BELOW:

WinnerLooserMethodWeight DivisionRDS

Joao MiyaoTomoyuki HashimotoPts57KGR1

Rodnei BarbosaAndrea VerdemareSubmission57KGR1

Lucas PinheiroT. YoshiokaPts57KGR1

Koji ShibamotoGabriel RosenbergSubmission57KGR1

Tiago BarrosIvaniel OliveiraPts57KG1/4F

Joao MiyaoLucas PinheiroAdvantage57KG1/4F

Caio TerraKoji ShibamotoAdvantages57KG1/4F

Bruno MalfacineRodnei BarbosaPts57KG1/4F

Caio TerraJoao MiyaoPts57KGSF

Bruno MalfacineTiago BarrosSubmission57KGSF

Mikey MusumeciLuis PintoSubmission64KGR1

Isaac DoederleinDaniel BelezaAdvantage64KGR1

Paulo SantanaWashington Liman/a64KGR1

Paulo MiyaoPaulo Santanan/a64KGR2

Ary FariasMilton BastosSubmission64KGR2

Gabriel MoraesMayko BorgesPts64KGR2

Gianno GrippoJordy Peuten/a64KGR2

Hiago GeorgeKazuhiro MiyachiSubmission64KGR2

Tiago BarrosRafael FreitasPts64KGR2

Paulo MiyaoTakuto KakoPts64KG1/4F

Ary FariasGabriel MoraesPts64KG1/4F

Isaac DoederleinMikey MusumeciAdvantage64KG1/4F

Hiago GeorgeGianni GrippoPts64KG1/4F

Ary FariasHiago GeorgeRef. decision64KGSF

Paulo MiyaoIsaac DoederleinPts64KGSF

Ed RamosWanki Chaen/a70KGR1

Samir ChantreVitor Matosn/a70KGR1

Sergio GonzalezWellington DiasSubmission70KGR1

Italo LinsJeffrey CummingsPts70KGR1

Nicollas WelkerDiego Bispon/a70KGR1

Isaque PaivaThiago MacedoAdvantage70KGR1

Fabio CaloiDaisuke Shirakin/a70KGR1

J. ThomasBrian Mahechan/a70KGR1

Ichitaro TsukadaAshley WilliamsAdvantage70KGR1

Marcio AndreNicollas WelkerSubmission70KGR2

Rafael MendesIchitaro TsukadaSubmission70KGR2

Gabriel MarangoniIsaque PaivaSubmission70KGR2

Rubens CharlesSergio GonzalezSubmission70KGR2

Osvaldo MoizinhoFabio CaloiSubmission70KGR2

Bruno FrazattoItalo Linsn/a70KGR2

Samir ChantreEd Ramosn/a70KGR2

Rubens CharlesSamir ChantrePts70KG1/4F

Osvaldo MoizinhoGabriel MarangoniPts70KG1/4F

Rafael MendesLeo SaggioroPts70KG1/4F

Marcio AndreBruno FrazattoPts70KG1/4F

Rafael MendesOsvaldo MoizinhoSubmission70KGSF

Marcio AndreRubens CharlesPts70KGSF

Gabriel RolloDiego VivaldoPts76KGR1

Rafael BabosaRodrigo Freitasn/a76KGR1

Kevin MahechaChoi Choin/a76KGR1

Michael LieraIlke BulutSubmission76KGR1

Alex CabanesRafael Rosendon/a76KGR1

Francisco IturraldeAntonio MugnaimiSubmission76KGR1

Lachlan GilesRenan Borgesn/a76KGR1

Masahiro IwasakiCaio SilvaAdvantage76KGR1

Thiago AbreuRoberto SatoshiSubmission76KGR1

Juan KamezawaPedro FariasPts76KGR1

Mansher KheraAJ AgazarmPts76KGR1

Mansher KheraThiago AbreuPts76KGR1

JT TorresLachlan Gilesn/a76KGR2

Lucas LepriMasahiro IwasakiPts76KGR2

Michael LieraJuan KamezawaAdvantage76KGR2

Gabriel RolloRafael BabosaPts76KGR2

Michael LanghiKevin Mahechan/a76KGR2

Edwin NajmiAlex CaceresAdvantage76KGR2

Lucas LepriMansher KheraSubmission76KG1/4F

Gabriel RolloMichael LanghiRef. decision76KG1/4F

JT TorresFrancisco IturraldeAdvantage76KG1/4F

Edwin NajmiMichael LieraAdvantage76KG1/4F

Lucas LepriJT TorresAdvantage76KGSF

Edwin NajmiGabriel RolloSubmission76KGSF

Gabriel GoulartMagid HagePts82KGR1

Marcos TinocoVictor EstimaPts82KGR2

Diogo SampaioAlec BauldingPts82KGR2

AJ SousaCelso ViniciusPts82KGR2

Dillon DanisVictor SilverioPts82KGR2

Gabriel ArgesManuel RibamarPts82KGR2

Otavio SousaSanteri LiliusSubmission82KGR2

Alan FinfouLuca AnacoretaPts82KGR2

Claudio CalasansJavier YamuniPts82KGR2

Lucas LeiteDarrah O’ConnailPts82KGR2

Guto CamposRodrigo ReisPts82KGR2

Jonathan SatavaBrian Beauryn/a82KGR2

Jhonny LoureiroVinicius AgudoSubmission82KGR2

Victor OliveiraAnderson FariaPts82KGR2

Jaime CanutoRicardo Rezende82KGR2

Yago SouzaGabriel GoulartSubmission82KGR2

Otavio SousaJonathan Satava82KG1/8F

Claudio CalasansDiego Sampaio82KG1/8F

Lucas LeiteVinicius Marinho82KG1/8F

Marcus TinocoJaime Canuto82KG1/8F

Gabriel ArgesCelso ViniciusPts82KG1/8F

Yago SouzaAlan Finfou82KG1/8F

Jhonny LoureiroVitor OliveiraPts82KG1/8F

Dillon DanisGustavo Campos82KG1/8F

Otavio SousaDillon DanisPts82KG1/4F

Gabriel ArgesClaudio CalasansKneebar82KG1/4F

Marcos TinocoLucas LeitePts82KG1/4F

Yago SouzaJhonny LoureiroPts82KG1/4F

Gabriel ArgesMarcos TinocoKneebar82KGSF

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Otavio SousaYago SouzaPts82KGSF

Matheus DinizThiago SaPts88KGR1

Manny DiazRodrigo FajardoPts88KGR1

Tanner RiceGregor GracieAdvantage88KGR1

Ruan OliveiraInacio Neto88KGR1

Lucas BarbosaJorge Britto88KGR1

Romulo BarralVicente CavalcantiSubmission88KG1/8F

Murilo SantanaLucas BarbosaPts88KG1/8F

Tarsis HumphreysRuan OliveiraPts88KG1/8F

Matheus DinizManny DiazPts88KG1/8F

Patrick GaudioSteve Patterson88KG1/8F

Leandro LoCharles Negromonte88KG1/8F

Renato CardosoGiacomo ZaniniSubmission88KG1/8F

Keenan CorneliusTanner RiceSubmission88KG1/8F

Leandro LoMatheus DinizPts88KG1/4F

Patrick GaudioTarsis HumphreysAdvantage88KG1/4F

Romulo BarralMurilo SantanaPts88KG1/4F

Keenan CorneliusRenato CardosoPts88KG1/4F

Romulo BarralPatrick GaudioSubmission88KGSF

Leandro LoKeenan CorneliusPts88KGSF

Jackson SousaDiego GamonalSubmission94KGR1

Arnaldo MaidanaDimitrius SouzaAdvantage94KGR1

Felipe PenaEduardo Inojosa94KGR1

Andre GalvaoFelipe Mota94KGR1

Andre GalvaoLucas RochaPenalties94KG1/4F

Cassio FrancisDimitrius SouzaAdvantages94KG1/4F

Jackson SousaFelipe PenaPts94KG1/4F

Guilherme AugustoErberth SantosPts94KG1/4F

Jackson SousaGuilherme AugustoPts94KGSF

Andre GalvaoCassio FrancisPts94KGSF

Leo NogueiraWellington Peroto100KGR1

Igor SilvaPedro AraujoAdvantage100KGR1

Rodrigo CavacaFelipe Bueno100KGR1

Leo NogueiraVitor ToledoPts100KG1/4F

Igor SilvaRodrigo CavacaPts100KG1/4F

Luiz PanzaPaul ArdillaSubmission100KG1/4F

Leo NogueiraLuiz PanzaPts100KGSF

Andre GalvaoCassio FrancisAdvantage100KGSF

James PuopoloMahamad AlyPtsO100KGR1

Ricardo EvangelistaKitner MouraPtsO100KGR1

Gustavo EliasDany GerardRef. DecisionO100KGR1

Joao RochaPedro MouraO100KG1/4F

Joao RochaAlexander TransRef. DecisionO100KG1/4F

James PuopoloCarlos FariasPtsO100KG1/4F

Ricardo EvangelistaOtavio NataliPtsO100KG1/4F

Marcus AlmeidaJoao GabrielSubmissionO100KGSF

James PuopoloRicardo EvangelistaPtsO100KGSF

Cover photo taken from IBJJF Facebook page.

[Update] 2016 World Championships | world championship 2016 – Vietnamnhanvan

Logo

The 2016 Pokémon World Championships was held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis in San Francisco, California in the United States from August 19 to 21, 2016. It was the thirteenth invitation-only championships for players of the Pokémon Trading Card Game, as well as the eighth for players of the Pokémon video games. In addition, it is also the second event to host a Pokkén Tournament competition (and the first to have it announced in advance). It is the first time that San Francisco has hosted the event.

Like the previous year’s event, there was no Last Chance Qualifiers for either the Trading Card Game or the video games at the event. Instead, players who earned enough Championship Points during the preceding season had the opportunity to enter the tournaments on either Friday or Saturday, depending on the amount of Championship Points received. The Pokkén Tournament Championships, on the other hand, held Last Chance Qualifiers on Friday.

Trading Card Game Championships

The Pokémon Trading Card Game featured the 2015-16 Standard format, using all cards from XY onward. Players were able to receive invitations from outstanding performances at their country’s National Championships, the previous year’s World Championships, or through the number of Championship Points they obtained throughout the year.

The first day of the tournament featured a preliminary tournament for all World Championship qualifiers who did not earn an automatic invitation to day two. Players who earned enough match points during Swiss rounds joined the automatic qualifiers on day two. The second day of the tournament featured a series of Swiss rounds in each division. At the end of Swiss rounds, the top eight players in each division were seeded into single-elimination tournaments, with the finals being played on Sunday, to determine each division’s World Champion.

Junior Division

Rowan Stavenow of Canada was the defending champion in the Junior Division. Rowan became eligible for the Senior Division in 2016, and earned an invitation to Day Two where he finished 84th.

Shunto Sadahiro of Japan became the new World Champion with a record of 8-0-2.

Quarterfinals

 

Semifinals

 

Championship match

1

 Enrico Marini

 

8

 Riku Ushirosako

 

 

 

8

 Riku Ushirosako

 

 

 

5

 Yuta Ozawa

 

5

 Yuta Ozawa

4

 Asaki Hasegawa

 

 

 

8

 Riku Ushirosako

 

 

6

 Shunto Sadahiro

3

 Christian Moreno

 

6

 Shunto Sadahiro

 

 

 

6

 Shunto Sadahiro

 

 

2

 Roan Godfrey-Robbins

 

7

 Kai Abe

2

 Roan Godfrey-Robbins

 


Senior Division

Patrick Martinez of the United States was the defending champion. Martinez earned an invitation to Day Two, where he finished in the Top 16.

Jesper Eriksen of Denmark became the first Danish World Champion, finishing with a final record of 9–1.

Quarterfinals

 

Semifinals

 

Championship match

1

 Jesper Eriksen

 

8

 Tanner Hurley

 

 

 

1

 Jesper Eriksen

 

 

 

5

 Raphael Souto

 

5

 Raphael Souto

4

 Spencer Perez-Dormitzer

 

 

 

1

 Jesper Eriksen

 

 

2

 Connor Pederson

3

 Attar Ricco

 

6

 Calvin Connor

 

 

 

3

 Calvin Connor

 

 

2

 Connor Pederson

 

7

 Kim Hyeok

2

 Connor Pedersen

 


Masters Division

Jacob Van Wagner of the United States was the defending champion, but finished 59th in Friday’s tournament (Day One).

Shintaro Ito of Japan became the new World Champion with a final record of 9–1.

Quarterfinals

 

Semifinals

 

Championship match

1

 Bert Wolters

 

8

 Ross Cawthon

 

 

 

8

 Ross Cawthon

 

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4

 Cody Walinski

 

5

 Brad Curcio

4

 Cody Walinski

 

 

 

4

 Cody Walinski

 

 

2

 Shintaro Ito

3

 Samuel Hough

 

6

 Luca Schuster

 

 

 

3

 Samuel Hough

 

 

2

 Shintaro Ito

 

7

 Gustavo Wada

2

 Shintaro Ito

 


Video Game Championships

The first day of the tournament featured a preliminary tournament for all World Championship qualifiers who did not earn an automatic invitation to day two. Players with two or fewer losses during swiss rounds joined the automatic qualifiers on day two. Unlike in previous tournaments, players’ match records were not carried over from Friday, and players were not forced to use the same team as on Friday. Players with no more than two losses (and no ties) competed in single-elimination rounds late Saturday. The top eight players in each division were seeded into single-elimination tournaments, with the finals being played on Sunday, to determine each division’s World Champion.

This year, matches were Double Battles using Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Any Pokémon in the National Pokédex were eligible, except Mythical Pokémon. Unlike previous years, up to two special Pokémon could be used. All Pokémon were required to have a blue pentagon.

Similar to Flat Battle mode, Pokémon of Levels 51 and above were temporarily reduced to Level 50, while Pokémon Level 50 and below retained their levels. Held items except for Soul Dew could be used, but no two Pokémon from the same team could hold the same held items. Players were not allowed to change their held items after they had registered, and could only use items from within the game and those received at an official Pokémon event or promotion. Players were allowed to change teams after Friday’s preliminary tournament.

Junior Division

Kotone Yasue of Japan was the defending champion but was eligible for the Seniors Division this year. The 18 players who finished with two or fewer losses in Saturday’s tournament were invited to the single-elimination rounds.

Cory Connor of the United States, who finished in the Top 8 the previous year, became the new Junior Division World Champion.

Quarterfinals

 

Semifinals

 

Championship match

1

 Rikuto Noda

 

8

 Chang Joon Seo

 

 

 

1

 Rikuto Noda

 

 

 

12

 Cory Connor

 

12

 Cory Connor

4

 Corey Yuen

 

 

 

12

 Cory Connor

 

 

11

 Shu Harasaki

3

 Kaisei Ichikawa

 

11

 Shu Harasaki

 

 

 

11

 Shu Harasaki

 

 

2

 Enzo Reci

 

10

 Parker Hurley

2

 Enzo Reci

 


Senior Division

Mark McQuillan of the United Kingdom was the defending champion. McQuillan became eligible for the Masters Division in 2016. The 16 players who finished with two or fewer losses in Saturday’s tournament were invited to the single-elimination rounds.

Carson Confer of the United States became the new World Champion.

Quarterfinals

 

Semifinals

 

Championship match

16

 Carson Confer

 

9

 Nils Dunlop

 

 

 

16

 Carson Confer

 

 

 

4

 Mostafa Afr

 

5

 Daravone Souphommanychanh

4

 Mostafa Afr

 

 

 

16

 Carson Confer

 

 

11

 Yuki Wata

3

 Hong Ju Young

 

11

 Yuki Wata

 

 

 

11

 Yuki Wata

 

 

7

 Kazuki Ogushi

 

7

 Kazuki Ogushi

15

 Brendan Zheng

 


Masters Division

Shoma Honami of Japan was the defending champion. The 24 players who finished with two or fewer losses in Saturday’s tournament were invited to the single-elimination rounds.

On his sixth consecutive visit to Worlds, including being runner-up at the 2012 World Championships, Wolfe Glick of the United States won the Masters Division Video Game World Championship.

Quarterfinals

 

Semifinals

 

Championship match

1

 Aaron Traylor

 

9

 Markus Stadter

 

 

 

9

 Markus Stadter

 

 

 

5

 Wolfe Glick

 

4

 Justin Carris

5

 Wolfe Glick

 

 

 

5

 Wolfe Glick

 

 

19

 Johnathan Evans

18

 Eduardo Cunha

 

23

 Baris Akcos

 

 

 

18

 Eduardo Cunha

 

 

19

 Johnathan Evans

 

19

 Johnathan Evans

6

 Barry Anderson

 


Pokkén Tournament Championships

Unlike the surprise Pokkén Tournament invitational competition at last year’s event, invitations for the first Pokkén Tournament World Championships were won at various tournaments held throughout the year or through accumulating enough Championship Points. The Pokkén Tournament Championship Series has only two age divisions, Seniors and Masters, as opposed to the three used by the TCG and video game tournaments. A strict limit of players per division was placed upon the Championships, only allowing 64 Masters Division players and 16 Seniors Division players. Of those players, only 43 from the Masters and 8 from the Seniors received invitations; the North American and European regions had 18 Masters and 4 Seniors invitations each, while Japan had 7 Masters invitations (an eighth was given but the player did not attend Worlds). All remaining slots were given to those who qualified through the Last Chance Qualifiers.

Invitations were given to the winners, and in select cases runners-up, of various tournaments throughout the year. Several were sanctioned independent tournaments, including: DreamHack events held in Austin, Texas and Jönköping, Sweden; St. Louis Showdown held in Collinsville, Illinois; CEO 2016 held in Orlando, Florida; and EVO 2016 held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Invitational tournaments were also held at the US Spring Regionals and the National Championships of Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The tournament was the double elimination format. Top 16 sets and below were best two out of three games, while Top 8 sets and above were best three out of five. All games were played on Ferrum Stadium.

Seniors Division

Josh “woomy!gun” Simmonite of the United Kingdom beat Dale “Bolimar” Causey of the United States to become the first Pokkén Tournament Seniors Division World Champion.

Winners Semifinals

 

Winners Final

 

Grand Final

 

Reset

Blaziken

 Wayland Lindsay

 

Lucario

 Bolimar

 

 

Lucario

 Bolimar

 

Pikachu Libre

 (EZ$) Jaxob

 

Charizard

 woomy!gun

 

 

Charizard

 woomy!gun

 

Charizard

 woomy!gun

Charizard

 woomy!gun

 

 

Lucario

 Bolimar

 

Lucario

 Bolimar

Losers Quarterfinals

 

Losers Semifinal

 

Losers Final

Blaziken

 Wayland Lindsay

 

 

Lucario

 Bolimar

Pikachu

 A-aron

 

 

Blaziken

 Wayland Lindsay

 

 

Blaziken

 Wayland Lindsay

Pikachu Libre

 (EZ$) Jaxob

 

Suicune

 Galactasaur

 

Suicune

 Galactasaur

 

Masters Division

Masami “Potetin” Sato of Japan beat Takuma “Azazel” Araki of Japan to become the first Pokkén Tournament Masters Division World Champion.

Winners Semifinals

 

Winners Final

 

Grand Final

 

Reset

Machamp

 Azazel

 

Sceptile

 Teejay

 

 

Machamp

 Azazel

 

Lucario

 Deity Light

 

Weavile

 Potetin

 

 

Machamp

 Azazel

 

Machamp

 Azazel

Mewtwo

 Potetin

 

 

Mewtwo/Chandelure

 Potetin

 

Chandelure

 Potetin

Losers Quarterfinals

 

Losers Semifinal

 

Losers Final

Sceptile

 Teejay

 

 

Mewtwo

 Potetin

Suicune

 Buntan

 

 

Sceptile

 Teejay

 

 

Lucario

 Deity Light

Lucario

 Deity Light

 

Lucario

 Deity Light

 

Mewtwo

 Tanoshimi

 

Event Pokémon

Bulbasaur

Charmander

Squirtle




2016 Ironman World Championship Kona Hawaii 140.6 #triathlon #triathlete #ironman703 #hawaii


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Opening Ceremony | Finals | 2017 World Championship


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SKT vs SSG – Finals Full Series S6 LoL eSports World Championship 2016! SKT T1 vs Samsung


SKT vs SSG Finals Game 1: https://youtu.be/_fOssLa1R0w
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SK Telecom T1 vs Samsung Grand Finals S6 LoL eSports World Championship 2016! SKT vs SSG
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Men Elite Road Race – 2016 UCI Road World Championships / Doha (QAT)


Watch live the Men Elite Road Race in Doha at the 2016 UCI Road World Championships starting at 07.20am GMT.
More at http://www.uci.ch/road/ucievents/2016roaduciroadworldchampionships/111129016/
Follow us on Twitter @UCI_cycling and get involved using UCIDoha2016
Geoblocking applies. Please check http://www.uci.ch/news/article/watchucievents/
Local Time in Doha, Qatar AST , UTC/GMT +3
Broadcasts begin 10 minutes before the start of the races and include podium ceremonies.
Schedule might be subject to changes.

Men Elite Road Race - 2016 UCI Road World Championships / Doha (QAT)

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