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PeteFromLeeds
post Aug 12 2019, 06:31 PM
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Welcome to the World Cup of Sportspeople! With the Women's Football World Cup in full swing just finished and the Men's World Cup being a resounding success last year, we'll be following on with a tournament, not of countries, but of the sports-men and women themselves. This contest is designed to select the greatest sportspeople from each continent through a number of rounds, selecting the best of the best, and pitting them together to show who we really think is the best sportsperson of them all!

This is the Voting stage for South America. We received 67 different nominations in all - taking away our auto-qualifier, Lionel Messi, this gives us two groups of 33 players. Here's how this stage is going to work.

- You can vote for up to 20 sportspeople, but you must vote for at least 10.
- You must rank your votes in order of preference, either by numbering or by the standard Buzzjack +20, +19 ... +1 (Or down to however many you vote for)
- You must vote for sportspeople from at least three different sports
- You must vote for at least one male and one female sportsperson.
- Each sportsperson has been given a short description of their major achievements to make it easier for you to make up your mind.
- The seven sportspeople with the most votes in each group will advance to the Final, and the rest of the Top 10 will advance through to the Intercontinental Playoffs. Everyone else will be booted out.

Sergio Aguero (Argentina - Football - Won 12 titles with Manchester City, 2015 Premier League Golden Boot)
Carlos Alberto (Brazil - Football - Captained Brazil to 1970 World Cup, regarded as one of the best defenders of all time)
Rubens Barrichello (Brazil - Motor Racing - Won 2014 Stock Car Brazil championship, 11 race wins)
Egan Bernal (Colombia - Cycling - Won 2019 Tour de France, won three stage races)
Thiago Braz da Silva (Brazil - Athletics - 2016 Olympic gold, 2012 World Junior Championship gold)
Cafu (Brazil - Football - Most capped Brazilian player of all time, won 1994 and 2002 World Cups, the latter as captain)
Roberto Carlos (Brazil - Football - Won four La Liga titles and three Champions League titles with Real Madrid, won 2002 World Cup with Brazil)
Edinson Cavani (Uruguay - Football - PSG's all-time top goalscorer, won 11 titles with the team, 2017 Ligue 1 Player of the Year)
Cesar Cielo (Brazil - Swimming - 2008 Olympic gold, 11 World Championship golds)
Juan Curuchet (Argentina - Cycling - 2008 Olympic gold, 2004 World Championship gold)
Angel di Maria (Argentina - Football - Won La Liga once and Ligue One 3 times, won La Liga and Ligue One Top Assist Provider)
Radamel Falcao (Colombia - Football - Captain of the Colombia National Team, Colombia's top scorer and top scorer in any Europa League season)
Oscar Figueroa (Colombia - Weightlifting - 2016 Olympic gold, two Pan American Games golds)
Emerson Fittipaldi (Brazil - Motor Racing - Won two championships, 14 Grand Prix wins)
Diego Forlan (Uruguay - Football - Joint top scorer and Golden Ball of 2010 World Cup, first Uruguayan to win 100 caps)
Jairzinho (Brazil - Football - Won 1970 World Cup with Brazil, winning the Silver boot)
Gustavo Kuerten (Brazil - Tennis - Won French Open 3 times, 20 career titles)
Lucio (Brazil - Football - Won Bundesliga three times with Bayern, won Champions League with Inter Milan)
Maurren Maggi (Brazil - Athletics - 2008 Olympic gold, 3 Pan-American games golds)
Marta (Brazil - Football - Most goals scored at World Cup tournaments, won World Player of the Year 6 times, first footballer of either gender to score at 5 World Cups)
Nicolas Massu (Chile - Tennis - Won 2004 Olympic gold, 6 career titles)
Fabiana Murer (Brazil - Athletics - 2011 World Championship gold, 4 South American Championship golds)
Mariana Pajon (Colombia - Cycling - Two Olympic golds, 6 World Championship golds)
Walter Perez (Argentina - Cycling - 2008 Olympic gold, 2004 World Championship gold, two Pan American Games golds)
Ronaldinho (Brazil - Football - Won Player of the Year twice and Ballon d'Or once, won La Liga twice and Champions' League once with Barcelona)
Yuilmar Rojas (Venezuela - Athletics - 2016 Olympic silver, three World Championship golds)
Alexis Sanchez (Chile - Football - Won Copa Del Rey with Barcelona, Won FA Cup with Arsenal, Chile's most-capped player)
Aryton Senna (Brazil - Motor Racing - Won three Championships, 41 Grand Prix wins)
Nolberto Solano (Peru - Football - 1992 Peruvian player of the year, won Peruvian First Division 4 times)
Luis Suarez (Uruguay - Football - Won 18 trophies in his career, won Premier League Golden Boot and two European Golden Shoes)
Carlos Tevez (Argentina - Football - Won Premier League three times and Champions League once, won South American Footballer of the Year three times)
Carlos Valderrama (Colombia - Football - Won South American Player of the Year twice, most capped Colombian player ever)
Guillermo Vilas (Argentina - Tennis - Won 4 Grand Slam titles, 62 career titles)

The deadline is 23:59 Sunday 18th August. Get voting!
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post Aug 12 2019, 06:36 PM
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Copy-paste list without brackets:
Sergio Aguero
Carlos Alberto
Rubens Barrichello
Egan Bernal
Thiago Braz da Silva
Cafu
Roberto Carlos
Edinson Cavani
Cesar Cielo
Juan Curuchet
Angel di Maria
Radamel Falcao
Oscar Figueroa
Emerson Fittipaldi
Diego Forlan
Jairzinho
Gustavo Kuerten
Lucio
Maurren Maggi
Marta
Nicolas Massu
Fabiana Murer
Mariana Pajon
Walter Perez
Ronaldinho
Yuilmar Rojas
Alexis Sanchez
Aryton Senna
Nolberto Solano
Luis Suarez
Carlos Tevez
Carlos Valderrama
Guillermo Vilas
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post Aug 12 2019, 10:12 PM
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20pts - Ayrton Senna
19 - Carlos Alberto
18 - Cafu
17 - Jairzinho
16 - Marta
15 - Ronaldinho
14 - Guillermo Vilas
13 - Roberto Carlos
12 - Emerson Fittipaldi
11 - Sergio Aguero
10 - Carlos Valderrama
9 - Alexis Sanchez
8 - Cesar Cielo
7 - Gustavo Kuerten
6 - Mariana Pajon
5 - Carlos Tevez
4 - Luis Suarez
3 - Edinson Cavani
2 - Oscar Figueroa
1 - Egan Bernal
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post Aug 13 2019, 11:41 AM
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20- Ayrton Senna
19- Ronaldinho
18- Emerson Fittipaldi
17- Roberto Carlos
16- Cafu
15- Guillermo Vilas
14- Gustavo Kuerten
13- Lucio
12- Sergio Aguero
11- Jairzinho
10- Rubens Barrichello
9- Carlos Alberto
8- Carlos Tevez
7- Marta
6- Egan Bernal
5- Alexis Sanchez
4- Luis Suarez
3- Oscar Figueroa
2- Nolberto Solano
1- Carlos Valderrama
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post Aug 14 2019, 01:49 AM
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20+ Aryton Senna
19+ Cafu
18+ Ronaldinho
17+ Roberto Carlos
16+ Carlos Alberto
15+ Jairzinho
14+ Emerson Fittipaldig
13+ Gustavo Kuerten
12+ Marta
11+ Sergio Aguero
10+ Guillermo Vilas
9+ Edinson Cavani
8+ Rubens Barrichello
7+ Carlos Tevez
6+ Diego Forlan
5+ Mariana Pajon
4+ Carlos Valderrama
3+ Egan Bernal
2+ Oscar Figueroa
1+ Cesar Cielo
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post Aug 14 2019, 09:48 PM
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+20 Aryton Senna
+19 Emerson Fittipaldi
+18 Jairzinho
+17 Ronaldinho
+16 Diego Forlan
+15 Roberto Carlos
+14 Edinson Cavani
+13 Sergio Aguero
+12 Rubens Barrichello
+11 Angel di Maria
+10 Maurren Maggi
+9 Radamel Falcao
+8 Carlos Alberto
+7 Thiago Braz da Silva
+6 Carlos Tevez
+5 Fabiana Murer
+4 Cafu
+3 Luis Suarez
+2 Mariana Pajon
+1 Carlos Valderrama


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20 Ronaldinho
19 Aryton Senna
18 Emerson Fittipaldi
17 Rubens Barrichello
16 Carlos Alberto
15 Guillermo Vilas
14 Luis Suarez
13 Alexis Sanchez
12 Nicolas Massu
11 Marta

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+20 Egan Bernal
+19 Marta
+18 Aryton Senna
+17 Cafu
+16 Carlos Alberto
+15 Diego Forlan
+14 Mariana Pajon
+13 Ronaldinho
+12 Luis Suarez
+11 Emerson Fittipaldi
+10 Edinson Cavani
+9 Carlos Valderrama
+8 Yuilmar Rojas
+7 Guillermo Vilas
+6 Gustavo Kuerten
+5 Juan Curuchet
+4 Sergio Aguero
+3 Oscar Figueroa
+2 Jairzinho
+1 Thiago Braz da Silva
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RESULTS

Finalists:
Carlos Alberto
Cafu
Emerson Fittipaldi
Jairzinho
Marta
Ronaldinho
Aryton Senna

Advance to Playoffs:
Sergio Aguero
Roberto Carlos
Guillermo Vilas


Eliminated:
(7th: 63pts)
(10th: 51pts)
47 Rubens Barrichello
40 Gustavo Kuerten
39 Edinson Cavani
37 Diego Forlan
37 Luis Suarez
27 Alexis Sanchez
27 Egan Bernal
27 Mariana Pajon
26 Carlos Tevez
25 Carlos Valderrama
13 Lucio
12 Nicolas Massu
11 Angel di Maria
10 Maurren Maggi
10 Oscar Figueroa
9 Radamel Falcao
9 Cesar Cielo
8 Yuilmar Rojas
8 Thiago Braz da Silva
5 Fabiana Murer
5 Juan Curuchet
2 Nolberto Solano


At first glance I thought this was quite a spread-out set of results, but on second look all the qualifiers are Brazilian. Something I should mayybe tweak if we do this again. Five footballers and two motor racers as well.
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