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Post by Liberater444 on 18th July 2010, 08:37

The Tirnreich's Media Ministry are now collaborating with the Sports Ministry to bring you the Tirnlander Sports Magazine. The TSM will cover all of the Tirnreich's major sporting events and leagues, including but not limited to:

  • Imperial Fußball Verband (Imperial Football Federation [soccer])
  • Cross River Cup (Soccer)
  • Imperial Golf Association (Golf)
  • Tirnreich Classic (Golf)
  • Imperial Track & Field Association (Track/Field)
  • Sudfeld Invitational (Track/Field)
  • Tirnlander Cycle Association (Bicycle sports)
  • Tirnlander Extreme Sports Association (BMX, Skateboarding, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling)


Currently Active Leagues Include:
  • 2010 SIMLYMPICS
  • Imperial Fußball Verband (IFV)
  • Imperial Track & Field Association (ITFA)
  • Tirnlander Extreme Sports Association (TESA)


Check this thread for the latest in Tirnlander Sports News!



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Post by Peter on 18th July 2010, 13:23

sounds interesting, can't wait geoff!

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Post by Guest on 18th July 2010, 14:56

Nice plan!

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Post by anarchy0029 on 18th July 2010, 15:35

Looks and sounds good. Looking forward.
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Simlympic Update

Post by Liberater444 on 19th August 2010, 18:45

Simlympics-Day 3 Update

CHIHIRO, Petrova- It's been three days since the amazing opening ceremony of 2010 Simlympic Games, and the Tirnlander team is doing its part! The following is a rundown of the events and placement of the team in the events they participated in.

Day 1
Women's Archery Team- Lost Fornax, 190-202 (Quarter Finals)

The First day of competitions saw the Women's Archery team pitted against Fornax's, ultimately losing by 12 points in the quarter finals round. While eliminated, the young ladies can feel good that they've made it this far.

Day 2
Men's Archery Team- Won Ascadylea, 215-209 (Quarter Finals)

The Second day of the games was the initial day of Men's Team Archery. The Tirnlander Archery team had a great match with Ascadylea, ending with a victory for the Imperials with a close spread of 6 points. They advanced onto the Semi Finals round here in Azovo on Day 3.

Day 3
Men's Archery Team- Won Aeropoli 211-181 (Semi Finals)
Lost Fornax, 199-216 (Gold Medal Match)

On the Third day, Men's Team Archery held the Semi Finals and the Gold and Bronze Medal Matches. The Tirnlander team made their country proud by beating Aeropoli by 30 points, leading the Semi Finals group in score, with the next closest being Fornax with 208.

It all came down to Tirnreich vs. Fornax for the Gold Medal Match. The Tirnlanders gave them a good fight, but lost by 17 points, ending with a score of 199, and going home with Silver medals.


Day 1-3 Analysis
Here in Azovo, the Tirnlander Archery teams did a great job battling the other nations for the coveted Gold medal. The Women's Team had an unfortunate early loss against the Archery powerhouse Fornax, not advancing past the Quarter finals.

The Tirnlander team had a great run as well, luckily not facing Fornax until the finals, where they were able to pull out a Silver medal, respectable against the Fornaxians. So it's needless to say that the Tirnreich and Fornax has an archery rivalry going on, but we'll have to wait for the next Archery events to see who will come out on top.




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Men's Archery Team-
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Post by Liberater444 on 26th August 2010, 06:11

Simlympics- Day 9 Update

CHIHIRO, Petrova-As the ninth day of the Games rolls around, we have collected 6 days' worth of stats from the frontlines of the Simlympic Battle!

Day 4
Women's Individual Archery- Lost, Arcacia 103-114 (Quarter Finals)
Women's Individual Archery- Won, Dimland 108-99 (Quarter Finals)

While two individual women qualified for the quarter-finals for the Tirnreich, only one came away with a victory. With Arcacia and Fornax rising as archery powerhouses, the teams and individuals must keep a sharp eye on the competition

Day 5
Men's Individual Archery- Won, Central Texas 110-109 (Quarter Finals)


Day 6
Women's Individual Archery- Lost, Arcacia 101-108 (Semi-Finals)
Women's Individual Archery- Won, Fornax 113-108 (Bronze Medal Match
Women's Singles Tennis- Lost, Central Texas 10-16 (Quarter Finals)

Day 7
Men's Individual Archery- Won, Hiigara 109-92 (Semi-Finals)
Men's Individual Archery- Won, Ainkien 117-105 (Gold Medal Match)

Day 8
Women's Softball- 2-1, RD +1
Men's Singles Badminton- Lost, Haidenburg 1-2 (Semi-Finals)
Men's Football- 2-1-0, Pts 7, GD +2 [Undefeated!]

Day 9
Women's Beach Volleyball- 3-0, Pts 6 [Undefeated!]
Men's Singles Badminton- Won, Kiji 2-1 (Bronze Medal Match)
Men's Baseball- 2-1, RD +8

STANDINGS
COMING SOON

Tirnreich ties for rank 61 with Arranossa and Bob, with a record of 1-1-2 (G,S,B) Medals.
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Post by Liberater444 on 5th September 2010, 01:39

Simlympics- FINAL Update

CHIHIRO, Petrova-With the amazing closing ceremony happening in Petrova, the XIII Simlympiad has come to an end. The Alliance has come a great distance, claiming the top spot among unions and regions, with 80 Gold Medals, 56 Silver Medals, and 58 Bronze Medals, with a whopping total of 194 shining Medals! (That's a difference of 15 total medals between us and the Americas, the number 2 region!)

The AIN also claimed 6 of the Top 10 spots!::
  • Petrova- 2nd
  • Ascadylea- 3rd
  • Arcacia- 7th
  • Fornax- 8th
  • Fairview- 9th
  • Lower Columbia- 10th


Apart from those, the AIN nations in the Top 20 include::
  • East Rockcoast- 12th
  • Holidia- 13th
  • Tirnreich- 14th
  • Calarae- 15th
  • Lanaya- 19th


In all, the AIN has 11 of the Top 20 spots!

The Tirnreich ended in 14th place, with a total medal count of::
  • 5 Golds
  • 5 Silvers
  • 4 Bronzes


Congrats all competitors and AIN members for our amazing accomplishment!
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SFL Update

Post by Liberater444 on 13th September 2010, 07:44

HEKLI, Tirnreich- The Hekli Aviators, the local Amerikaner Fussball team, has announced the creation of a new logo. Portrayed on a shield with a red and gold field, is the Hekli Aviator, a symbol of Tirnlander military power. The Aviator also represents the will to succeed and go to new heights; it shows the true "sky's the limit" attitude of Tirnlanders.

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Post by Peter on 13th September 2010, 11:06

I've noticed this a while ago, just keep forgetting to post something, but I appreciate the simlympic updates Geoff! Smile

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Tirnreich Sports Journal

Post by Liberater444 on 16th September 2010, 02:50

Thanks! and it's okay!

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IFV News Week 1

Post by Liberater444 on 20th November 2011, 07:17


On Saturday, 12 November 2011, the IFV officially started league play. The matches played are as follows:

West Division

Legionnaires vs. Union
All-Stars vs. FC Raumfield

Byes
Warriors

Breakdown
In the first of the day's WD match-ups, the Baden-Stadt Legionnaires face the #3 club from last season, the Hekli Union. The game was underway in the north coast neighborhood of Stadiontown, in Baden-Stadt. Several promising drives eventually got the Union to a goal, as the Legionnaires held them off for 45'. Despite a strong midfield presence, the Legionnaires failed to score any goals, sending the Union home with a win.

The second match saw FC Raumfield at the "Stadium city" of Sudfeld, playing against the All-Stars in Gloriallestadion. A fairly evenly matched game emerged in the first half, while 2 yellow cards were given to All-Stars. [Montford, Bomengrove] At the 79' mark, FC Raumfield's own Josip Marvejzski scored the game-winning goal.


East Division

Empire vs. Reds
Knights FC vs. Aces

Byes
Astronauten
FC Kaelville

Breakdown
In the biggest game of the day, powerhouse club Hekli Reds traveled to Nachtsburg to face the Empire, who are the defending league champions and rivals. Despite high energy from both the crowd and the players, including minor scuffles and warnings from the official, the game panned out to be a draw.

The last game of the day had the Republik Stadt Knights FC hosting the Port Franc Aces, another heavyweight IFV team. A high scoring game in all respects, the Aces scored two fantastic goals in the first half of the game, which was played at the newly built Simlympiastadion in Republik Stadt; the hometown Knights FC responded in the 88th minute with their first goal of the season. The Aces held off the Knights to the 93rd minute to secure a victory.


Outcome
West Division
Union 2-0 Legionnaires
FC Raumfield 1-0 All-Stars

East Division
Aces 2-1 Knights FC
Empire 1-1 Reds [Draw]

Standings

League Stats
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Post by hiigarar on 20th November 2011, 23:51

Great update! I love this games! ))))
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Post by Liberater444 on 19th December 2011, 07:20


On Saturday, 12 November 2011, the IFV officially started league play. The matches played are as follows:

West Division

FC Raumfield vs. Warriors
Union vs. All-Stars

Byes
Legionnaires

Breakdown
In this week 2 matchup, newcomers the Mokolo Warriors faced off against home team FC Raumfield. Fresh off of a win, Raumfield came with some confidence; "The Big Green" as they're called held off the IFV-noobies in the first half, finally scoring against the former national Jumaanian team in the 46'. Warriors goalkeeper D. Tusso was injured during the play, but returned for the second half. After 44 minutes, Mokolo striker O. Simumoba scored the game-tieing goal, as the game ended in the 93'.

With high expectations, the Hekli Union battled the Sudfeld All-Stars in Hekli's Union Field stadium. The first half hour was back and forth play, but Union midfielder L. Gaansker finally opened up scoring at the 41', giving Hekli the 1-0 lead at the half. The second half saw P. Greaves of the Union concede a foul in his own goalie box, sending the defender off with a red card. All-Star forward Tarbacci had the PK, only to over power the shot, and the ball ricocheted off the upper right corner of the frame, sending it back into play. The Union held off the Sudfeld team, with only one goal to separate the two.


East Division

Empire vs. Astronauten
Knights FC vs. FC Kaelville

Byes
Aces
Reds

Breakdown
The "Emperor's Own" -nicknamed Nachtsburg Empire welcomed the Guels Park Astronauten to Kaiser Stadion on this gameday, amid a chilly wind. The Empire scored a quick goal in the 13', thanks to H. Gabenheim, after the team conceded a yellow carded foul for a dangerous slide tackle. (M. Pappa) The Astronauten held their own, utilizing their above-average passing game, tiring out the Empire. However, Nachtsburg's defense held strong, keeping the lead as the half came to a close. After the half, the Empire received another goal-scoring opportunity, which B. Tkavonov used to get his first goal of the season. The game's energy seemed to die out after that goal, ending with an Empire victory.

The Republik Stadt Knights FC once again played host, this time to the only non-playoff clinching team from 2010, FC Kaelville. Both teams seemed to be even as the game opened up, with no fouls or goals in the first half. However, FC Kaelville seemed to slow down considerably around the 64', as the Knights seized the moment and scored a quick goal. (K. Bose) The match ended with a loss for FC Kaelville.


Outcome
West Division
FC Raumfield 1-1 Warriors
Union 1-0 All-Stars

East Division
Empire 2-0 Astronauten
Knights FC 1-0 FC Kaelville

Standings

League Stats
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