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Marble Sports: Marble League 2016 All Events

Jun 07, 2021
Music: Rolling Marvels (

2016

) - by Minos Fylaktos (Opening Ceremony - Marble League

2016

) GREG WOODS: Hello and welcome to this first MarbleLympics event: Balancing! This is a little different than you might imagine. It is a team sport in which four

marble

s will roll down a sideless slide, and together, whoever has the greatest distance between the 4

marble

s combined, wins gold. So, we start here with a very good run for Mellow Yellow. That's a 312 for them. It's a pretty good number just from the looks of it. Just looking at it, so to speak. Alright. Below you will see a nice extension.
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And if we keep going, we might have a finisher, and we will! It's Cerulean, gaining 150 points. That amounts to 268 and puts them in second place. Solid work! Alright, now another good run. Not so bad, 307! That's a... That's a very solid ending. I'd have to think that would be up there. That's just five behind... what we saw from Mellow Yellow. 206, that is... at the other end. This is a bit petty of them. Now you see these marbles starting in a group of three, separating from the back and only 226 in that group. Primary Team up now. They leave the starting block.
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Go down the slide and then out to the balance beam. Not a very good distance at that, 208. It's one of the shortest we've ever had. In fact, this is the shortest of these marble runs so far. Good team for these two. Not bad! 298, just shy of that 300 mark. I would have to think that 300 is more or less the limit of what the podium will be. 261 is not going to do it. There you see the classification after those first groups of marbles. 312 leading the way, for Team Mellow Yellow against Team Momo, who has 307. Now in the bottom.
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Well... start with a couple of those. The couple left pretty quickly. Spectators behind enjoy this early competition at these MarbleLympics. The chocolatiers come down the ramp now, separating into three. Two of them exit to the left, two of them exit to the right. And then it's only 210. That won't be enough. Snowballs. Coming down, a good center starting position, when they came out of the chute, finishing with 254. They had 95 there. That's not so bad. I would have to think about a lot of these marbles, plus it's a matter of not necessarily challenging the podium, but at least showing what they can do.
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And in that case, a 297 is a pretty good sight. Some of these... You know at this level all the marbles are going to be pretty good. And when they reach this level, the tolerances are very fine. The margins. And that's why I think if you can get over that 300 mark you'll be in good shape. And so far only a couple have done it. Several have approached. 217, that's not close. Red Rollers, now, on the starting grid. And they leave. A little separation between them. But look at this. Oh, look at this. We'll have another finisher! Not bad!
Rojo Two enters and that's a new MarbleLympics record. 347! That's miles ahead of Mellow Yellow at 312, with only one or two runners left to go. Can they ca- No, that won't even be close, 233. That will be enough. That seals the gold for Rojo Rollers. 347, ahead of team Mellow Yellow with 312. Team Momo with 307. So that 300 was the limit. Ten points for gold, seven for silver and five for bronze. And it will be Rojo Rollers who will arrive with the gold, enjoying their place on the podium. Congratulations to everyone on this first MarbleLympics in Balancing event. Well done everyone!
Welcome now to the second event of these MarbleLympics 2016. It is a relay race. Four teams of four marbles each travel this route. They will activate blocks and the next runner will be on their way. There you see race number one. Rojo Rollers, the ones who won the first event. Jawbreakers, Oceanics and Chocolatiers are already in the second stage of this relay race. And it's the Jawbreakers who lead the way on track number two. Snaking along a narrow margin back there in lane number 4 are the Chocolatiers, trying to make up some ground, and they will! Let's see how this last leg of the relay goes.
Going down to the finish line... And there you have it: it's track number two! Jawbreakers, winning over Chocolatiers, Oceanics and Rojo Rollers. The winners of the first MarbleLympics event: balance; Rojo Rollers placed fourth in that series. Now let's get into this one. It's Kobalts, Galactic, Momo and Snowballs who lead the way. Now remember that these blocks must stay on when you hit them, if any of them come off like we saw on the start screen at the beginning you will be disqualified. But so far everyone is pretty clean. It's lane number two, Galactic, still leading the way, but now look at lane number four coming in strong.
The snowballs, at the bottom of the screen, will cross the line first. Solid work, and Galactics will be in second place, ahead of Momo and Kobalts. As we move on to series number three. O'rangers, Thunderbolts, Balls of Chaos and Limers. Balls of Chaos gets an early lead on track number three. They will maintain that until the first relay, but immediately it will be the Limers who will lead the bottom lane. Oh well, a block and a marble came loose. That will be a disqualification. So as a result, you will see several marbles running down and I think it is rectified here with this final pass, but let's see what time, score and what the stewards decide.
Based on that, they are Balls of Chaos: they are disqualified. They pushed the block out of the way. Now, the final of four elimination rounds. Pinkies, Savage Speeders, Mellow Yellow and Team Primary lead the way. Mellow Yellow jumps ahead to the first relay point and the handover immediately passes to the Savage Speeders: they are now in the lead. Spinning through that circular part, now on to the next relay. The wild drivers are still ahead, in lane number two. And it looks like we have a pretty good chance of achieving this victory, I don't think anyone is going to challenge them.
Mellow Yellow comes in, second in lane number three, or is he? Oh! They may not have done it. I think time and scoring will give that to the Pinkies and they do it by just a hundredth of a second. That's very, very good. Alright, we've had the four heats, now we're going to the consolation race. Galacticos, Limers, Pinkies and Chocolatiers. Galactic: Team Galactic leads the first leg. However, the escape was very slow in the second. It's Pinkies, who come out on top in the second leg, as they transition to third. Can they continue like this? No!
And the chocolatiers take the lead at the bottom. In lane number 4, it is the chocolatiers who lead the Pinkies from lanes four and three. Last section now, the anchor. The chocolatiers will cross and take fifth place in this MarbleLympics event. Good job Chocolatiers, Limers, Pinkies and Team. And now for all the marbles, so to speak, it's Snowballs, Jaw Breakers, and Thunderbolts Savage Speeders. That's Jawbreakers leading the way. Now, the second leg has changed drastically. The Thunderbolts now have a narrow margin over the Savage Speeders. We'll see how they do in this third section. Now Jawbreakers are counterattacking in lane two, but it's still Thunderbolts with a very narrow lead.
Now Savage Speeders takes that turn very well, easily gets into the anchor leg and it will be Savage Speeders who will take the victory here in this MarbleLympics event, the relay race. Savage Speeders won with that. Snowballs seems like a Non-finish. There you can see the classification, while two

events

of these MarbleLympics take place, Savage Speeders leading Rojo Rollers and Mellow Yellow on the podium. Jawbreakers and Pinkies just came out as we take a look. Congratulations to all. Congratulations on this event and see you at the next edition of MarbleLympics. Welcome to the third event of these MarbleLympics: Collision.
We have teams of four marbles that will go down ramps facing each other and the total number of marbles that go to your side are added as points for the other side. So it is an advantage for you to stay, and we had the first collision and many went there. Oh, and even one late at the end, we get a nice slow motion here. Speeding up. This is the first time this event has been held here at MarbleLympics. These side pieces are meant to be knocked down to allow more marbles to fall and there you can see that three Mellow Yellows came out, which is three points for Thunderbolts versus two for Mellow Yellow.
Head-on collision here. Just one block demolished. We'll see if there are other marbles... Yes, they do. So it will be a pretty even tie after that series. Only two marbles out of eight in total. It even wobbles quite a bit here. Eh, the blue one that is a little behind. That actually ended up saving him. I'm not sure what the strategy is for that, but the Limers and Oceanics will be tied at one each. Mellow Yellow now against the Oceanics. Good hard impacts. Ooh, and it's actually the Oceanics that eliminate several others... Oh! and Mellow Yellow at the end drops a couple too.
Look at this. A solid impact. Actually, Mellow Yellow alone allowed that marble on the left side of the screen to hang there, but it was at the end that another Mellow Yellow appeared and launched. Alright, Limers and Thunderbolts this time. Ooh, and a couple of Limers took a direct route to the outside and will be coming out in the shortest part of this. Two marbles came out of them against only one. We have a nice soft focus here, it makes it much more beautiful, doesn't it? Controlled chaos to some extent. But in this case there are bragging rights at stake and some medals, I might add, too.
Lightning bolts coming out of that one, two to one. Soft yellow and lime. In reality, several marbles fell side by side. And Mellow Yellow will emerge victorious in this one. If you look at this, a couple of them... Look at the space up there at the top of your screen, two Mellow Yellows just screamed through them, bad strategy on the Limers' part. They come out blank on that one, three-nothing. Oceanics and Thunderbolts now. The battle of the blue marbles. I think we're going to have one... Well, will any of these come out? Oh yes, they will.
Ah, just the angle and the direction, and the inertia will carry you. Look at that solid impact, it just went through the wall. The Thunderbolts lose two in that one. There you see the classification of Group 1. Thunderbolts and Mellow Yellow in the lead. We now move on to Group 2. Pinkies and Snowballs, white marbles colliding with each other. And I have no idea what to call it after that chaos. There are quite a few marbles outside the field. Well. There you go. That's a much better view. So you can see Pinkies keeping everyone there when Snowballs has already lost one.
But he finally catches up to them and they end up tied up. Chaos Balls and Team Momo. Streaming below. Momo loses one to the near side and one to the far side. Oh! And right at the end another one escapes. So Chaos will be victorious in this case. Look at that, immediately Momo loses one on the top side, now down here too and at the end he had another trickle, and lost three to none. Three is the highest score we've seen so far, but check this out. Oh my God. Most of the marbles have completely disappeared here.
We have a blank, so I think all four Pinkies have gone off. So look there at the top of your screen. There are three of them. You see the one that falls at the bottom. All they had to do, Momo, was try to keep them on and they couldn't, so they won a point. Four to three, but still. That's the first white space we've seen. And this may actually be a blank of another kind. We're not going to waste any marbles on this one. So clean sheet, zero to zero. No points are gained or lost. And really, given the group's ranking, that's not what you want.
You want some points somewhere. Momo and Snowballs collide head on. Momo loses one, Snowballs loses one. Will anyone else escape? Watching a couple of them down there. Momo is going to lose two. Oh! Look at that subtle nudge at the end of the green Team Momo up there. I simply pushed one of the snowballs on the low side. It seemed like all the marbles were going to lean in that direction, but it was that little final push that ended up making the difference and tied things up, two to two. Alight, Pinkies and Balls of Chaos. Good solid hit for all four.
Oh, and it's going to be... Look at that, Pinkies losing three to just one of the Chaos Balls. See how Chaos is doing at the top. The pinkies lose one and then they will follow through that opening like another one and then another one after that. There you go. There are the scores. Balls of Chaos and Team Momo in the green, so they will move on. O'rangers and Savage Speeders. Good solid spread in that case. Oh! And a little push. No, they're going to lose it. The O'Rangers are going to lose another one at the bottom.
Good solid impact there too. I'm not sure what the strategy is for a lot of these teams, trying to figure out where they want to roll, how they want to stagger, if they just want to attack head on. I don't know. Look at the one in the middle, which actually... Jawbreakers stayed. Oh! Almost the teammates defeated each other on the lower side, but it will be three that will stay for Jawbreakers. Look at that hard hit. It just shot to the side. Good strategy whatever. And maybe there isn't any, maybeThey just decided that we go as hard as we can down these ramps.
Here is Rojo Rollers, the winners of the first event, they did quite well in the second. But not this time. In fact, all four will be completely blank. See this. Three of them are on this low side, now the fourth decides to come here. When you have blocks that are already starting to fall, it is not good to have all the marbles on the same side, and they pay the price. They managed to take out two of the O'rangers so they only lost two points in total. But still, having a blank space is not good. And will we see that again this time?
We're watching that last marble roll. I think you'll have a net profit of one at the end of this. Yes, as he approaches the other side. So... They had a group of twos going down those ramps. He immediately loses one of each marble to the side, but then Jawbreakers, a couple more slip through. Jawbreakers and O'rangers now. A small thump, a pair of O'rangers came all the way through and look at them funneling into that opening. Ooh, and O'rangers will keep that one there. Alright, it'll be a clean and even round, so to speak. A Jawbreaker immediately launches himself and an O'ranger follows right behind him.
And then a little later in the sequence we had a Jawbreaker again followed by another O'ranger. I thought the one in the middle of the screen might end up overflowing, but that wasn't the case, I managed to hold my ground against those barriers. Savage Speeders and the Rojo Rollers. Two blocks knocked down on the near side and that will create a huge gap. Oh, and a couple more fall over the side. And finally everyone stops. Watch this. Immediately turn to the right and take out two blocks with a marble. There you can see the results of Group 3.
Jawbreakers and O'rangers, two to one. Alright, Group 4, Match 1. Galactic and Primary Team, this is the first time we've seen these marbles so far. In fact, they bounced off each other's sides and missed most of each other before simply looking at each other and it's those looks that really throw you off course. And as a result, only three marbles were left standing in this cleared field. One on each side, two on each side. And then this last Galactico. Oh! I just ended up making a difference. It was going to be a tie. Not so in this case.
Oh, look across that space there. Three managed to stay so it will be a three to one result. I looked at the two on the other side, skipping everyone completely. That really doomed one of them, rolling to the side. In the end, it came this way, but Kobalts got a good victory in that case. Now Kobalts and Primary this time. The Kobalts lose one, the Primary manages to keep everyone so far. Will it continue like this? They are flirting with that openness. And it will! Primary manages to keep all four marbles on the field. And that is the easiest way to gain points over all your opponents.
But unfortunately there were three Kobalts left, so only one is the truck. Chocolatiers and Galacticos now. Good dissemination by the chocolatiers, it manages to reach the other side. Will they continue like this? Again there is that openness and most of them are working to get there. No. The chocolatiers will hold the course for the four right now. Get this, a couple of them just kept going. Team Galactic loses one on each side. It's two to nothing. Chocolatiers and Primary now. They go down. And look at this! In reality, we will only have one finisher left, but will he move aside?
It will, that is, four to four, so basically no ground was gained. And that was, that was the most solid collision you could ever have. And finally it rolls, and it's way to one side here. You will see the other marble, if we continue long enough, to the left. No. But anyway four against four. Galactic and Kobalts. Immediately, Galactic pushes the three Kobalts to the side. The remaining one was also pushed, but manages to keep the block upright, it is at the top left of the screen. I think he could have had a little help, yes, from Team Galactic.
That removed some energy and managed to keep the block upright. However, as things stand... Oooh! Check it out. I can barely hang in there. So, in Primary, you saw that there was a tie down there. So Chocolateros, the tiebreaker match against Primary. Good solid and simple impact. Just losing one on each side. But will anyone get out through that opening? Chocolatiers flirt with it. No. So we're tied again. Very good, three to three. They go down. Ooh, and they fail, a couple of them. They leave open blocks open. Oh! Almost lost... Well, that chocolatier is leaving, yes, for sure.
Alright, there you have it. That last marble turned out to be the difference. The chocolatiers immediately lose one. Look up, look down. In the second tiebreaker, we are here at the end, leaving the knocked down blocks already out. We thought we were going to have a tie again because I thought both marbles would go, but look to the right, just go back far enough. Chocolatiers dipping one aside. There you can see the draw as we advance from the group round to the quarterfinals. Thunderbolts, O'rangers, Balls of Chaos, and Team Primary are in that top group. And that's where we'll start.
Thunderbolts and O'rangers. The Thunderbolts immediately scatter to the sides, but the O'rangers follow. And it will be two to two, so we do it again. Oh! And it will be the O'rangers who will leave them all in the end. The first one went quite well. But it was towards the end when they started rolling sideways, that's when it made the difference. So they did the rematch as the rules dictate. Once you reach the quarterfinals, you put down the blocks and then roll the remaining marbles again. Just looking outside. They weren't facing each other by any means, but the energy of the O'rangers just took them off and fell there, and that was the main marble right there.
O'rangers bleugh, losing by three at Thunderbolts. Balls of Chaos now and Team Primary, similar colors. And they knock them down on both sides. But I think it's going to... Well, let's see here. Oh, I thought they might have completely wiped out all four, but one manages to stay. Two immediately on each side launch themselves, then one, then one on the nearest side. Jawbreakers and Mellow Yellow. Solid collisions send three of the Mellow Yellows straight back. But only one marble comes out, the top marble that you see right in the central part of the screen. Look at the three Jawbreakers coming this way.
So just one, just one marble shoots out. Galactico and Momo now. Left versus right respectively. Oh, and that gap at the bottom turns out to be Team Galactic's undoing: three marbles remain. There you can see the impacts, stopping the one in the center, practically stationary. And that little peek at the wall in the top right manages to remove enough energy to prevent him from knocking that block over, keeping him on course and preventing Galactics from scoring any more points than what would otherwise have been a tie. . Alright. Now the bronze final and the final. Jawbreakers and Momo will fight to find out who gets the bronze.
Thunderbolts and Team Primary in the semi-finals. The loser still has a chance to win a medal, the winner goes to the final. And it looks like it will be a three-to-two win, and we'll immediately lose a couple at the top. Yes, look at this. Ooh, that one really went flying, barely touching the field before knocking that block over. Now, down here on the near side, that pair decided to go together, it actually created a bit of chaos, but it will be the Thunderbolts who will advance to the team finals. Jawbreaker and Momo. Jawbreakers run right through them!
It seems that depending on whether they can stay clean... they'll lose another one, oh my. Still, I think they will get a point. Two of your own marbles remain. Jawbreakers, only a couple of them managed to go straight. But get this, immediately losing by the same space on this near side, Team Momo drops two of them right at the bottom of the screen. So Jawbreakers goes to the finals. The primary team and the Momo team will fight for bronze in the consolation match. Momo has been there a couple of times at these MarbleLympics. Primary and Momo hit each other.
Oh! And almost wiping the board clean with the initial impact. Will we see another fall? Ooh! No we will not. Primary and Momo. There you have it, that's the bronze. Primary that last one flirting with the edge. The final match. Jawbreakers and Thunderbolts take out all but one! The Thunderbolts will win gold. Look at the chaos created here. Three of the Thunderbolts come out to the near side early on. And there another one falls, all four of them. What a way to win gold. Taking down your four opponents. Congratulations to the Rays. The Jawbreakers took the silver and the Primary Team took the five points and the bronze medal.
The Momo team too. Now we want to mention that little thing down there. After some structural issues in the last race, some extra points and an extra bronze medal were given to the Snowballs team due to the difficulties they had in that final race in the relay. So those points have been adjusted and there you saw the final classification. Congratulations to everyone who made it to the podium. MarbleLympics event #4 takes us back to our roots: a Sand Marble Rally. A representative from each of the eight teams and that's it. Immediately, Team Galactic rushes forward, but sees Team Momo charging right behind him.
O'rangers and Mellow Yellow swapped places a little further back from that start, but are now grouped together. We take a look back here at the front. This is actually a very fast race track, much faster than some we've seen in the past. Look at the O'rangers, screaming into third place! They want a chance to move forward here, but right behind him... Ooh, there we just go off screen. Taking a look ahead, we see that Team Galactic is still leading the way, but is being tracked. Right now it's a two horse race. We'll see if anyone manages to make up some ground.
If you look to the side, it looked like a Mellow Yellow marble that is now in fourth place, good job on their part. I know the O'rangers had sent someone there a while ago, we'll see how far they can keep track. But we look back at the leaders as we go down towards the end of this course, a long straight, it seems, to finish this race before a small bend, and they cross the line. Look at this, he even channels them like this. Ooh, O'rangers, not a good ending for the Limers there, and it's Team Galactic that leads the way over Mellow Yellow, who stole it in the end from Balls of Chaos.
Now, Thunderbolts, Kobalts, Rojo Rollers, Snowballs, Pinkies, Savage Speeders, Jawbreakers, get down and go. Red Rollers leading the way. Pinkies and Snowballs trade places back there. Oh, and a nice jump from Snowballs to move up to second place, and right now they're trying to track down the leader. Pinkies lost touch with that second place and came under a bit of pressure behind him. It looks like Thunderbolts, Pinkies are back there, but it's Snowballs, who are now also losing a bit of ground on the front to Rojo Rollers. To see if they can navigate through some of these things, and a good back and forth movement and take the initiative.
The snowballs snake their way through this course past the 30-second mark. They go down, go back to the right, go back to the left. Now turning back before a sharper curve. Remember, this is a long stretch at the end, so they can make up a lot of ground here, but so far, we only see two marbles on this screen. Bouncing off the walls trying to stay as clean as possible. That's where you can lose this race, narrowly closing that gap to a couple of lengths. Now accordion back with this last little twist, and it'll be an easy win.
Alright, coming up behind, a good run from Thunderbolts by the looks of it. Rojo Rollers can't do it, they finish in second place. Jawbreakers, Primary, Savage Speeders behind. Now we go to the final race. Jawbreakers, Thunderbolts, Snowballs, Red Rollers back there. and it's Rojo Rollers taking the lead from the start. The Mellow Yellow was in third place, struggling a bit and now jumps to second place as I say that. Snowballs and Team Pinkies, now Galactic behind them. Thunderbolts a little further back, then Momo. We return to these sections and it's actually a pretty close race, the closest we've seen in any of these sand marble rallies, and look at Mellow Yellow, jumping into second place!
It would be a good sum of points for them, they need them. They really need it. They had started very well in these MarbleLympics, but they are trying to maintain contact and failing slightly. Look at this marble on the screen. We'll see if they can gain a little ground here as we get past the halfway point of this course. There they are. Gaining enough ground, they are going to try to go inward, now outward. Side by side, they take a look at that tough chicane, which is now bouncing off the walls. We're coming into the stretch, we'll see if they can win and they are, they certainly are, Mellow Yellow is in the lead!
One turn left. To the little left-right, and now they will win the race! Mellow Yellow, a late race lunge and ooh, actually a third place lunge too, but it won't be enough. Team Galacticplaced third against Jawbreakers and Team Momo, although that was not how they finished in the final blocks. Time and the scoreboard have considered it that way. So Mellow Yellow, 18 points. Well done on this ranking! Red Rollers-- And there you see the podium finalists. Congratulations everyone, very well done on this fourth MarbleLympics event. One by one, one member of each team will run up this ramp and launch themselves, as Aqua does right there, into a tub of small marbles.
As we look at the measurement from the side view, you can see that little marker for the Log at this point. Aqua breaking the 70 mark, now Jellime of the Limers. Pretty good release in that case, which seemed to be somewhere in the '80s. Let's take a look here. Oh, actually just under 90. 89.6. Now you may notice that there are no footprints on this one, because well, frankly, these marbles don't have feet. But as things stand, they get off this ramp. You will see that several of them deviate slightly to the right or left. And let's see where this one goes.
That's actually... that's it! That's a new record. 97.3 from Mo for the Momo team. And boy, would they love a good finish, they currently sit in sixth place in the MarbleLympics standings. With only one bronze medal to his name. Look how hard it was, Pinky Toe landed at 85.7. Next up, Savage Speeders, Speedy. His team, which is in fifth place in the standings, won an event. They have 13 points behind a three-way tie with 18 up at the top of the standings. Oh, and that will be right at the 90 mark. 90.4 for Veloz. Now Bolta of the Thunderbolts, the team that's just outside of that top-three tie, and that was a really good shot, that's going to be very close to that record mark, I'd have to think.
And boy would they love to end well here. Where does it come from? D-- ooh, right there. It is not. No, that's a new record. 97.6. Fantastic jump. The Thunderbolts team would love to get a medal here and lift them up the rankings. That one looked to be somewhere in the 80 range. You can see how hard they hit here by looking from the side. Oh, and that will exceed 90. I think that will be one of the keys to reaching the top of the podium, or at least being very close to it, if you can surpass that 90 mark.
Now Candy from the Jawbreakers, a team that He is one of those tied for first place. Two silver medals under her belt. They have 18 points overall tied with Rojo Rollers and Mellow Yellow, and that will be around the 80 mark. 80.5 is all, and that won't be enough. So we take a quick look at the current standings at the halfway point. Thunderbolts leading the way, just 4/10ths of a centimeter above Team Momo and Team Galactic. They are a little further back. Galactic, by the way, is currently in seventh position in the general classification. Yellah by Mellow Yellow. And that's not going to be enough, oh my God.
That was very short. And Mellow Yellow, as I said, one of those teams that has tied at the top of the standings. One gold and one silver, and they won't do it this time in the 70s. 71.8 is all they could achieve. That's a little surprising. Overall, they've been pretty strong through all of this. Very good, Prim. Going down slightly to the center-right will end up breaking the 80 mark, but will land around 85.2. Now Choc of the Chocolatiers. Yes, that's pretty short. The chocolatiers really needed a good finish, placing 12th with just three points. All of them are from finalists who did not make the podium, but still achieved enough to score points.
Now for the Chaos Balls. They are sitting on 16. They are useless, goalless so far in these MarbleLympics. Will break 90, really good solid work as we near the end of the order. 91.8 right there. And these are the races that count. Now Royal of the Kobalts. Sitting 13th in the standings before this. Not a bad jump, pretty square overall, and that will also get over 90. But I'm not sure it's enough, 92.3. He is a little further back. Now Snow from the Snowballs. The Snowballs are one of the top eight teams at the moment, with seven points from a bronze finish, and also a couple of other solid good results, but that's not going to be enough.
Just under 78 centimeters. Kinnowin now of the O'rangers. Wow, that was a good one. Lots of air, slightly to the center-left, and that could be huge. Is! A new record for the MarbleLympics. 103.8 and O'rangers. Oh my god, at the end of this race. Can Red Two bother them? No absolutely not. Now, the O'rangers are 11th in the standings. They have no medals under their belt, just four points, but that's huge. That will certainly raise them in the rankings, and that's it. Red Two was the last one, and you can see it there. The O'rangers won gold with a 103.8 against the Thunderbolts, and Team Momo missed out on silver by four-tenths of a centimeter.
That gives Thunderbolts the absolute lead in the championship standings so far, ahead of Rojo Rollers and Mellow Yellow. Look at the O'rangers jumping to seventh place with that win, a gold medal. Congratulations to the O'rangers, the long jump gold medalists. The first aquatic event of these MarbleLympics features one competitor from each of the eight teams divided into two heats, so the other eight teams will be in the other heat, trying to advance to the medal round. The strong currents and a lot of debris in this stream will make it very difficult and if you add the fact that there will be two waterfalls that you will have to cross and we will see who comes out on top.
So far, Team Thunderbolts is trying to hold on to second place. A little push there and they lose it. Now they fight back, now they get it back. I think maybe it's Balls of Chaos in front. It will be a very difficult race for the spectators, who will have to try to see who exactly is in the lead on a course as winding as the one you see, and you can also see the vegetation. Here is the first waterfall. A strong blow to the side. Oh, but a couple of marbles, two marbles, three marbles come off to the side.
There is enough water flowing that they can be swept back into the main stream, but we will have to see as they pass through this conduit. Now we go to the second waterfall. I think that's okay, that lets us know that the marbles are getting closer. Ooh, and that was, ooh, a hard bounce to our right and I think someone is way off. They are not going to finish. Now we take a look at the front. Is it still Balls of Chaos? Could be. Team Galactic could have moved into second place and are now hanging just on the left side of the screen, trying to keep Thunderbolts at bay.
Thunderbolts, of course, the leaders of this championship and winners of the Collision. And they cross the line. And I think the top four will advance to the medal round. Wow, there's the last marble, Chocolatiers. So Snowy was the one who jumped in there, and apparently Red Four of the Red Rollers had blocked someone at the last waterfall. Interesting. Alright. Oceanics, Kobolts, Limers, Pinkies, several others, all in this round along with the O'rangers. Oops! Someone got trapped back there on the left side of the field. I'm not sure if they will be able to work again. But I think it might be the Limers who are on the front lines fighting the Kobalts pretty hard.
Plus, the Oceanics are in the top five. The field is weakening a little, but everyone still keeps good footprints on each other. Limers is losing now. It could be Oceanics in front and now back. I think we arrived here towards the first waterfall. Here we go. In the last one we lost a competitor. And it seemed like most of those marbles made it through. There was a couple that was a little off center but we will have to see. I see four marbles, five marbles, six, seven, okay. So we lost one before. Now the second waterfall comes out of the slide with vegetation.
Someone else veers to our right and will be stranded there on the side and I'm pretty sure he won't be able to continue. That's the end of his career. Now we move towards the final part to decide the four finalists who will advance to the medal round. And it's going to be very close between these three top marbles fighting at the front. It could be the Kobalts who are at the front, seeing if they can advance to the medal round and have a chance at a gold, silver or bronze. And that's a close battle for third and fourth place, everyone will move on.
Only two hundredths of a second separate the O'rangers mandarin from that fourth place. Now the final for the gold medal. The O'rangers there, Kobalts and also Balls of Chaos now take second place. Team Galactic is there too. On the field, these are the ones who advanced from those early races. The Savage Speeders are also in the mix. As we see that everyone stays quite close, clean during this first part of the course. Oh, and while I say that, I think we lost one of the O'rangers to the left, and suddenly veered. I don't know if it was a current that pushed him there or maybe he also received a little help from one of the competitors.
I don't know, but somewhat rabid O'rangers fans won't be thrilled with that. Passing the waterfall, a couple of them veer to the side. I think one of them might have gotten stuck, but we'll have to see. Savage Speeders trying to fight up there in the lead. Now they move back a little when passing through the parachute. We lose sight of them until they spill over this waterfall. Here they come! So far everyone seems pretty clean. I don't know if we're going to lose any of them in that section. It may be the first time we've gone through that waterfall that we haven't lost a competitor.
Now the leader simply disappears to the right side of the screen. It could be that Kobalts is in second place. But I don't think anyone can catch us, are the Savage Speeders in front? I think it was, I think the Savage Speeders are going to claim the gold medal here. That's going to be huge for them and that's the end of the course. That's it, Savage Speeders, your gold medal winner, against the Kobalts and Mellow Yellow. And Savage Speeders, currently in sixth place, earn their second gold medal at these MarbleLympics, their first since the second round in the relay.
But the Thunderbolts maintain their overall lead against Savage Speeders and Mellow Yellow. Be sure to stay tuned to this channel for more MarbleLympics. 00:39:09,00:39:10.800000 Now we move on to the high jump. This MarbleLympics event has a record of 57 centimeters and we'll see if these marbles can beat that here today. This first attempt wasn't even close. Obviously, as in the normal high jump, the objective is to overcome the bar without knocking it over. And as you can see here for the O'rangers team, they caught it right on the way down and they couldn't do it. Imar from the Primary team surpassed him, 50 centimeters.
It is not a problem. Very easy, in fact getting out of the camera's view. Now Pinky Toe of the Pinkies is also going to exceed 50 centimeters. A good response from the crowd behind. Not even close, one would wonder if perhaps they'll just try to barely get over the bar at this point as there will be playoffs later on as the bar continues to rise. But no, a lot of these marbles absolutely made it, you saw another pass there. Now Bolta of the Thunderbolts, they are going to do it. Bolta gets by easily. Ooh! Just a little close.
Closer than some of the others. Now from the Chocolatiers. Oh, it's not right. It's not good at all. That one really hit the side of the bar. The Chocolatiers currently sit in 13th place, so they could use a strong finish at one of these

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. At this point there are no medals, but only three points in total. Thunderbolts and Savage Speeders, by the way, are leading the way. Team Momo is also up there and you just saw them pass, not by much. But they're done. Momo is in sixth place, with two bronze medals under her belt, including two previous events in the long jump.
So we'll see if jumping suits Team Momo quite well. Now from the Rojo Rollers, also at fifty centimeters. Up and more. The Rojo Rollers fourth right now in these MarbleLympics, a gold and a silver. The Limers watch Sublime, one of their members, walk over. Watch the spin as he clears that bar. Now Sea from the Oceanics, a team that was expected to do quite well in the marble race, the last one, down the waterway, but unfortunately couldn't do it. And that attempt was also as successful for him as that water race. On the other hand, he looks at this.
Look at the authorization there. A much steeper climb. Peeking just above the bar and immediately falling to the side. Some of them have a bow. And Yelley from Mellow Yellow isn't going to do it. He hits the bar immediately. Now Cerulean of the Kobolts. Another failure too. He's really separating the field, you can see it there. Starting from tenth place all failures to overcome that mark of 50 centimeters. Team Primary and Galactic lead the way against Jawbreakers, Balls of Chaos, Rojo Rollers, Pinkies and Team Momo. And now we raise the bar to 51. Bite of the Jawbreakers can't do it.
Take a look at the slow motion there, that would never be intended for that even if you got the launch angle right. I won't make it. Now Pinky Toe again from the Pinkies. Good! 51 centimeters, mark that one for Pinkies. Easily,I suppose, with a centimeter or so to spare. The Primary team achieved another pass at the 51 centimeter mark. The primary team could also use a pretty good ending. They have a bronze medal under their belt, but are in 10th place in the overall standings. Sublime from the Limers from top to bottom. As we said, Limers returns to 14th place, trying to challenge some of these leaders as we move forward in these MarbleLympics.
Red Two of the Red Rollers. It is not surpassed by much. Phew! I'd say just by the skin of his teeth, but I'm not sure anatomically how that fits him. Bolta of the Thunderbolts can't do it. Actually, that's a push at the bottom of the bar. So the Thunderbolts do not advance, currently leaders of the championship, by the way, with a medal of each color to their credit and 27 points in total in these MarbleLympics. Look at the free space there! Not even close! A very easy pass. Thunderbolts three points ahead of Savage Speeders. Now Galactic, mark them to pass.
Ooh, that might have made the bar shake slightly. from Balls of Chaos over and over again. You can feel the tension starting to rise a little now. Now, from eighth onwards, eighth and ninth, we had two competitors out of the nine who failed to clear the bar. The Momo team cleans it easily. Then we raise the bar again, now 52 centimeters. Pinky Toe doesn't understand, the Pinkies are going to be left out of this. Sitting in 12th place in the standings. Wow, they would have loved to finish well here today. Now and Chaos Balls. I managed it easily last time, not so much this time.
He had enough height, I just mistook him slightly and caught him on the way down. Primary Team, phew! Fly over the bar, not even a glance. Check it out. Easily another centimeter, I suppose, at the 52 mark. Sublime from the Limers, trying to keep their streak alive. And not. I didn't make it and I didn't even touch the bar. See this. Ugh, barely below him. So that won't help at all. Momomomo says, "Add some height because I can do it. Easy!" Show it to pass and move on to the next round. Team Galactic's Starry catches the bar on the way down.
He also had enough height to do it. I think it's just a matter of when these marbles choose to launch. You have to get the angle of attack right. If it's too steep or too shallow, you've sort of set your speed. There you see it, three competitors advance and they will be our three medalists. Rojo Rollers, Team Momo and Team Primary. Rojo Rollers, the best classified of all those who have participated in the MarbleLympics so far and more with 53 centimeters. Immediately laying down the glove saying "I dare you, challenge me. I have more height in the bag if you want it." Now Imar from the primary team is also 53 years old, so we will surely go to another round.
Regardless of how the final marble turns out, we will have one more step. Now from Team Momo at 53. No, I won't. So Team Momo will be our bronze medalist here today. A good finish for them, adding to their bronze medal total. Those are the only medals they have won so far. Now we move to 54 centimeters and the Primary Equipment is over. Don't wait at all, just load them back onto the blocks and get them going and that was a nice solid finish. Now Red Two of the Rollers. Also more than 54 centimeters. We'll upload it again. Wow, and this would be a nice blow to the primary team.
Oh! And it's not going to be like that, at 55 centimeters. The primary school, which occupies tenth place in the championship, would have loved to get this far. Oh and just a bad launch angle, it also hit the bottom of the bar on the way up. Now Red Two surpasses himself! Red Two wins the gold medal on that jump right there! 55 centimeters and was probably another half centimeter longer. He could have clarified it. Alright, now he's going to try for a new record. No, no so much. It was worth a try. Why not? 58 centimeters. And not be in that one.
There you see it, Rojo Rollers getting another gold medal. There are two under his belt so far in these MarbleLympics. Team Primary and Team Momo come in silver and bronze, Galactic just off the podium. And there you see the updated classification. Now Rojo Rollers has surpassed Thunderbolts for the championship lead so far, just by one point. Savage Speeders and Mellow Yellow behind them. Team Momo is in fifth place. Be sure to subscribe to receive more MarbleLympics as we congratulate those on the podium. Congratulations to the winners of the high jump. 00:47:11.680000,00:47:15.260000 If the Sand Marble Rally and the Aquatic test were tests of endurance, this is a test of speed: a 10-meter race.
And we see Momo and several others on the starting grid. Through a 10 meter sprint to the finish, and there you have it. Moving on, they are chocolatiers on that one. These races are very fast, immediately jumping over Limers, Oceanics and Team Momo. Now they come: Thunderbolts, Savage Speeders, Rojo Rollers and Jawbreakers. Oh, and it's really close in those two outside lanes. Lanes 1 and 2 will accelerate later. Savagely, so to speak, leading that race, Savage Speeders, Rapidly and Bolta will take second place and move on to the next round. As we look at the starting lineup for Race #3 now.
Primaries, Pinkies, Galactics and O'rangers. And it's Galactic with an early lead, now the O'rangers come out and are going to win this tie. And sneaking into second position, Pinky Rosa of the Pinkies, just two tenths of a second behind. Galactic had taken an early lead from lane 3, but it was not to be. Kobalts, Balls of Chaos, Snowballs and Mellow Yellow. And it's Kobalts on the outside, now Balls of Chaos side by side. They are trying to win this tie and they will. Chaos Balls. All right, beat Snow, win that race. Now Snowballs, Pinkies, Limers and Thunderbolts.
Pinkies with an early lead, now pulling back and it will be Snowballs on the outside winning that series. That's the consolation race, by the way, to decide fifth through eighth. And Snow from the Snowballs beat Bolta, who has had a good result so far. Now, the final race: O'rangers, Balls of Chaos, Savage Speeders and Chocolatiers. It's Savage Speeders in lane 3, taking an early lead. The chocolatiers try but they can't. And they are Savage Speeders, breaking the MarbleLympics record with Rapidly: 4,968 in these 10 meter dash, ahead of the Chocolatiers, congratulations to them. Savage Speeders, now in the overall championship, get another gold and move up to 34 points, four ahead of Thunderbolts.
Rojo Rollers, Mellow Yellow and Team Momo remain in fifth place with three bronze medals. Congratulations to our 10 meter sprinters, we'll let you catch your breath. And remember to subscribe to receive more MarbleLympics about this event coming soon. 00:49:29.969000,00:49:34.820000 Down the final stretch of the MarbleLympics, the teams gather for the team pursuit. Savage Speeders and Team Galactic ride this oval track, a little away from the velodrome. And it's a team event like we said, so all four marbles must stay at the same time. If they move too far apart they risk being disqualified. It's Savage Speeders having a pretty good lead for a while, but now it's slowly starting to make its way back to Team Galactic.
They are now about half a second ahead and that is growing. Team Galactic, but they are separating a little as they reach the end of the course and they will win. In that first round, Savage Speeders lost, a team that won the last sprint event, the 10-meter sprint, and that now leads the general classification with three gold medals under its belt. Oceanic and Primary Equipment. Primary closest to you and to the right passing through that circular starting position now. We begin to see the wobble between them as they pass that center line. You can tell which one is leading and it is Oceanics at the moment with a pretty good lead, I should add, also, several lengths that reach them.
Oceanics, they haven't won at this point. People were wondering if they had a chance of winning the aquatic event, but unfortunately the ending was disappointing. But that will be slightly avenged here, now that Oceanics is moving on. Pinkies and Rojo Rollers coming down the starting blocks. Rojo Rollers has done a pretty good job so far on these MarbleLympics. They won the first event at the start of this one in Balancing and have been in third place in the race for the overall title ever since. They had a narrow advantage in the first passes, now they are starting to fall a little behind although they are quite even.
I'd give this so far to Pinkies with only a few laps left. And they will be Pinkies. Red Rollers eliminated, and boy, Pinkies would love that. They are in 14th place in the classification. Mellow Yellow against the O'rangers. I should add that they both have a pretty good fan base as well. But look at the separation already starting in the O'rangers as they pass along the back of the track in front of you right now. They are getting a little nervous, they will have to be very careful. If you go too far, I think it's four lengths or so, you run the risk of being eliminated.
This battle between the two of them was quite close. And ooh! Let's see here, analysis of the video to close the end. Let's see here. Ah, it looks like the O'rangers. If they have. That first marble is about one length and they'll keep going. Now Lightning and Snowballs. Snowballs with a very early lead and immediately retreating as they move down these tracks. Snowballs, by the way, have done pretty well so far, but they don't really have the gold medals to show for it. They only have one bronze to their credit and are ranked 12th in the standings.
And will they be eliminated here? I think they're just behind. If we rely on these last passes, we will have to resort to video evidence. And they won't get ahead, it's Thunderbolts, eliminating Snowballs. Now we move on, Kobalts and Jawbreakers. Jawbreakers closest to you in this image. And they leave. Jawbreakers with a very narrow lead. We immediately left for the night. The kobalts try to make a good solid charge here. They are tenth in the standings and could use a good result, but I don't know if that will be now. Jawbreakers, currently in seventh place overall in these MarbleLympics.
In the absence of a pass, can they improve? They have two silvers under their belt and they will continue forward. Limers and chocolatiers. The chocolatiers got a second place in the 10 meters that we had a while ago. And we'll see if they can maintain this advantage they have now. He seems to be a couple of lengths ahead. Just a few more laps to go. On this very winding course, all these marbles, especially in this race, maintain a very tight formation, only a small gap between the second and third marbles. But the chocolatiers have enough to keep going.
Balls of Chaos and Team Momo now. Balls of Chaos had a good third place and earned a bronze medal in the 10 meter dash. Otherwise, that's it for them. They are ranked 13th in the standings with that bronze under their belt. But then again, they would love a good finish, but that last marble is starting to cost them a bit. But look at the difference here. Look at the speed difference between these two, it's not even close. Balls of Chaos will be far ahead. So now we move on to the quarterfinals. There are only eight marbles left for your teams.
The teams of four in this team chase line up on the blocks. Now it's Oceanics and Team Galactic. Galactic game on the nearby track. Falling behind quite early, they made a good turn at that point. But they will have a lot of work ahead of them. Team Galactic is quickly falling behind. When the team starts catching up with you on the same side of the track, you know your speed has really dropped. I don't know if they'll be overtaken at the end of this, but they definitely won't make it to the semi-finals. Oceanics easily eliminates Team Galactic.
Now the O'rangers on the near track, Pinkies on the far one. "O'rangers take early lead". They were splitting up in their first race, we'll see if they can work together a little better this time. Oh, and they're not. That lead marble really stretches things out. Now remember, they only have about four lengths to work with before the stewards step in and eliminate them. And the O'rangers, sixth in the standings with only one gold medal to their credit. When they reach the final stretch of these MarbleLympics, they cannot afford elimination or disqualification, but they pull themselves together, eliminate them, and advance to the semifinals.
Jawbreakers and Thunderbolts now. Thunderbolts take an early lead. About two marbles or so, the lead they have at the moment. Thunderbolts sit in second place, four points behind the Savage Speeders who were eliminated in the first round. So they really have the potential to gain some ground at the end of the Marble Olympics with a gold medal here. They have three medals, one of each color. And this time they will continue forward, knocking out the Jawbreakers. Chocolatiers and Chaos Balls now. Chocolatiers really stick together, nose to tail. And then, coming out of that second revolution, they begin to spread slightly.
A space between the first two marbles and the last two. We'll see if they can keep that together. But look at the speed they have compared to the marbles they are chasing. I don't think thisbe close. Only a couple more laps left. The chocolatiers have been eliminated, they were about half a turn behind the Chaos Balls. Now Semifinals. Oceanics and O'rangers. It is the O-marbles who reach the first of the two semi-finals. Oceanics approach the camera, immediately bolt out the door, but then group back together. You have to know how to react, especially if you are the second and third marble, to try to keep up with the others.
And they are very fast. Look at the speed they're gaining on them right now. The O'rangers really need to accelerate and I don't think that's going to happen. The O'rangers on that far track now on the near side with a couple of laps to go. And they will finish well behind the Oceanics, who will advance to the gold medal match. Chaos Balls and Lightning now. Both very fast at the moment. Chaos Balls on the far path, now the near one. They seem to have a slight advantage. Can Balls of Chaos keep that? I think it's widening with every turn.
So far everyone has done a good job staying together, except the O'rangers in that first run for them. But otherwise... Watch The Balls of Chaos here, already in the final loop. One turn to go and now off the slide, Balls of Chaos will move on to the finals. Now the winner of this bronze medal match obviously wins the bronze medal. Thunderbolts and O'rangers, a race to decide who climbs to the last step of the podium. They are the O'rangers of the near side. When they walk out the door, we'll see how well they can hold together.
The Thunderbolts now drop to the bottom, gaining an early lead. The O'Rangers really need to step up. It seems like in each of their races so far they have lost a little bit of speed, especially here at the bottom of the course. Look at them getting caught. Now they occupy the same stretch of road also on the same side. And they are not going to do it, the Thunderbolts take the bronze and valuable points to try to regain ground on the Savage Speeders. Now for the gold: Oceanics and Balls of Chaos. Oceanics on the far path, Balls of Chaos on the near one.
Very, very neck and neck, Oceanics and Balls of Chaos now, through two, three revolutions of the track. Chaos balls spreading slightly. The oceanic ones stay close together, almost like a single blur as they make their way to the bottom. This is all for the gold medal. Who will take the points? Who will pick up the hardware? Chaos Balls, can they do it? One turn left for each of them. And this is going to be very close, let's see here. And it will be Oceanics that will win the gold medal and Balls of Chaos the silver. Wow, Oceanics comes from 16th place in the MarbleLympics rankings, scoring ten valuable points against Balls of Chaos and Thunderbolts.
Everyone else gets points based on their time. And look at this now, the Thunderbolts have edged out the Savage Speeders by one point. Zero points for the former leaders and the Thunderbolts will be at the top of the podium. Congratulations to everyone in this MarbleLympics team pursuit final. Make sure to subscribe to this channel for more information. 00:59:25.360000,00:59:29.900000 With only a couple of events left in these MarbleLympics, we move on to Precision Slalom. Four teams started early here to decide the seedings in the quarterfinals. You'll see the color-coded grid at the bottom, it's all about how many of your marbles land closest to the center without going into that hole right in the middle that's worth zero points.
There you can see the point distributions. The closer you are to the center, the better off you will be unless you go inside. Right now we are dealing with a tiebreaker at this point. So far no one has found that central well. But Thunderbolts really flirted with it that time before backing away slightly. Thunderbolts, of course, have just taken the lead in the MarbleLympics championship after a bronze in the last event. Of course, they took back the gold in the previous collision at these MarbleLympics. The Thunderbolts had overtaken the leading Savage Speeders, and the Rojo Rollers are chasing them.
Mellow Yellow and O'rangers round out the top five with just a couple of events remaining. And this time, it looks like Snowballs will get the win quite easily. A couple of marbles in that yellow four-pointed section. Now we are the two best of the three teams in the championship. Oh! Rojo Rollers and Savage Speeders are in this heat, and two marbles have found that center hole. It will be worth zero points to them; otherwise there will be a pretty wide spread to the sides, but Pinkies has done enough to keep going. Balls of Chaos, O'rangers, Jawbreakers and Limers in this match, a tie to get into the quarterfinals.
The O'rangers send a couple towards the center, almost falling into that central pit. Wow, if they can stabilize there, the O'rangers will get some good points here. Yes they will. The O'rangers, who are currently coming from fifth place in the championship, comfortably win by nine points and will advance to the quarterfinals. This time it is team against team in each of them to advance to the final. Team Momo and Team Mellow Yellow start, the latter of which is fourth in the standings, Momo is sixth. Everyone free on the first pass through the pits. Ooh, one of the Mellow Yellows passes very close to him.
We'll see if they manage to stabilize. And this could be pretty close in the points standings. But I think Momo will pick it up. Yes, looking at that yellow and orange square occupation. Now Snowballs and Chaos Balls. Moving at the same time until they hit the wall on the left side. Oh! And one of them is in the central well. Not good. Balls of Chaos should be able to take advantage of that and get out of the quarterfinals. As we get the official decision once the marbles settle. And it's Balls of Chaos taking advantage of one of Snowballs' zero point marbles.
Now Thunderbolts and Pinkies, the championship leaders of these MarbleLympics. Meanwhile, the pinkies are at the opposite pole in 15th place, which is the second to last position. But based on that occupation of the yellow square, will they really move forward? We'll see what that marble on the right of Thunderbolts does, and it finally settles. And Pinkies will do it, they will knock out the championship leaders in the quarterfinals. Kobalts and O'rangers. O'rangers found a central place in the latter. Now they will do the same in the quarterfinals. One of the O'rangers sitting in that central pit, otherwise...
While we wait for the last marble to stabilize. The kobalts will do it. So now to the semi-finals. Team Momo and Balls of Chaos will be the first to go, then Pinkies and Kobalts. Alright, Momo and Balls of Chaos, now speed down this slalom course towards the points grid. Ooh, and we'll see here, I guess... Ooh! While I say that, I was going to say that no one will find that center well, but then we saw that big shift towards the middle. Meanwhile, at the bottom left you saw the updated points standings for those who won't get medals.
Of course, points are still awarded based on finishing position and the overall points earned here help award those points for the overall championship. Kobalts and Pinkies now. Pinkies with that front marble, we'll see if anyone catches that hole right away. Not yet. Ooh, a couple flirts with him from the Pinkies, especially the one closest, leaning over the edge a couple of times. And yes, look at that! Pinkies will move on based on nothing else, just that marble in the middle, great job. No, wait a minute! Oh my God! In fact, we take a look back. No, they will not continue.
It's all about consistency and overall score, and being more towards the center on that pink stripe on the left side. The Pinkies are eliminated from the semi-finals, which is a bit surprising, even with a marble that almost hit the mark, so to speak. And that's why I'll reserve my opinion. As we move on to this next semi-final to decide who passes next. Balls of Chaos can't do it against Pinkies, ten to seven. Now in the final, Kobalts and Team Momo. Hard shots there, Kobalts sends one, Team Momo almost sends one but it bounces off Kobalt's marble and instead settles in that center square, not the hole, but the closest one.
But how were all the other marbles shaken? That's what's important. We finally take a look here, coming to the final judgment on time and score. And there you have it. Team Momo, thirteen to seven, a solid job, taking the gold medal over Kobalts and then Pinkies completing the bronze. So we take a look at the updated rankings. The Thunderbolts still maintain their first place, but Momo has pushed Rojo Rollers to third place in these MarbleLympics, then O'rangers, Mellow Yellow, and Jawbreakers a little further back. Congratulations to the winners of the Precision Slalom event. There are only a couple of events left at the MarbleLympics.
Stay tuned for more. 01:05:37.830000,01:05:43.340000 Caught in the middle of the controversy, we return to the Jumping event, this time with an updated scoring system. Mellow Yellow first on the blocks and we'll explain how it works. They're still going to go down the ramps, bounce off the boards, and land in the pool. You'll see the colored grid at the bottom, which is worth points for both the entrance and where they end. So looking here, we'll freeze it when they first go into the water. There you see, those are their starting points. Then we go back and see where they end up too.
We'll do a freeze frame there and these will be its endpoints as well. You will also see a score for the jump, which is for tie-breaking purposes only. It is worth very little in the general classification, and with good reason. So you see where they're going to end up here. Good balance, slight mid-air collision, so that will take you off a couple of points. Many entries about yellow, yellow is worth four points. But look back: one in green will be worth seven, one in purple from there is worth five. So we begin... If you are on the borders or in the red, that is worth only one point.
As the Thunderbolts, our championship leaders, arrive right now. Pink is worth two, orange three, yellow four, purple five, white six, green seven and that central blue stripe is worth a very important ten. However, deductions will be taken if you cut the edge of the pool, certainly if you jump out of the pool after entering. And if two or more marbles do not reach the entire basin, that team is disqualified. The Savage Speeders, our second-place team, come into this event with three gold medals under their belt in the relay, water race, and 10-meter sprint. Slight collision, we'll see the entrance here.
Ooh, I could have cut the side, that top marble. Let's see where they end up on the grid. One in green, one in purple, not bad. Green is worth seven, purple is worth five, for 28.88. Mellow Yellow is still the leader after that first jump, a really good jump I might add too. Chocolatiers getting into this. Further down the order, thirteenth, and they would love a good finish. Only one silver medal, the one from two events ago in the 10 meter dash. That now three events come to think about it. These MarbleLympics fly by. The marble will be given the highest score that you see there, straddling a couple of different squares, so it will be given green times seven.
Ooh, we've got one of the Jawbreakers flying to the side. Look at this, that top marble way far away, way above what used to be the judges' stand too, not even close, and I think they had a marble clip on the front of the sink too. Not good, that'll be quite a few deductions for them, a pretty insignificant score for the Jawbreakers. Yes, only 24.52. Now the Kobalts, a team that occupies ninth place in the classification among sixteen runners. It's not so bad that that marble rolls from one side to the other. Let's see if it ended up yellow or green at the back, obviously you want to be more towards the center at the entry point.
Not bad. Yes, they will settle for that yellow, four points, but only 25 and they will change in that streak. It's not up to Mellow Yellow's standards. Team Galactic is arriving now. Team Galactic started the season with mixed results, taking a bronze in the Sand Rally and that is their only medal so far. Look at that, one in the green, it will be only with seven points, another five up in the purple, 34.64. But Mellow Yellow still leads by more than three points over Oceanics and Chocolatiers. Oceanics, one of the early jumpers, taking 12th place, a gold in the team pursuit.
Look at this, they will have marbles placed here on top of the yellow and the white. White, by the way, is worth six points, yellow four. A collected entry. And there you see the final freeze frame. A white and a purple. 34.70, which does not reach the 40 mark of Mellow Yellow. Team now Balls of Chaos. Eighth place at the MarbleLympics so far. A bit of crossing in the bottom two, entry mainly into the yellow area. The lowest marble entered the orange and was worth three points. And where will they end up? Everything behind, it is not a good final position and all that destroys any point.
There are only twenty-one points in total. Remember, it's not just about getting in, it's about finishing. Oh, look at this! One of the O'rangers will focus on the blue stripe. That will be worth 10 points! Now the second O'ranger lands in the top right corner and will sit there, so he won't be worth many points, one for the entrance andanother at the end. Look at that, a yellow, two yellows and a blue. That will be 36.68. Good solid run from the O'rangers. Now Pinkies jumps. He might have caught the front end of the socket, we'll have to check that in the replay.
Oh, a slight mid-air collision, that will take a little off. No, I don't think they actually hit the front, but they did go in blank. And the blank entry is pretty good. That's worth six points each. 32.59, so they reach 30. But you have to be in the upper 30s, I would say over 35, if you want a medal challenge here. Rojo Rollers, a team that until now is in contention for many medals. Gold in Balance, silver in Sand Rally, gold in High Jump. They receive a pair of marbles in yellow and one in purple. Where will they end up?
One of them turns yellow and the other turns purple. So yellow is worth four, purple is worth five. Primary Team. This team has gained a growing group of fans as they have progressed through the MarbleLympics. However, she hasn't had much success: a bronze in Collision and a silver in High Jump, without scoring in her last three events. And they would love to be placed a little higher in the order here. 28.69 won't be the last, I'll say that, but it won't be a medal challenge. Only two runners left. The Limers intervene and this will be a good result.
I think they have one in purple, one in yellow and two in green. The two on the green will give you fourteen points total just for those two marbles. And it was a decent entry too. Look with this where are they going to end up? 36.81, which places him in the top half of the order, still without a gold medal. The latest team to try to unseat Mellow Yellow, Snowballs. They enter. Ooh, flirting with that blue stripe. He will settle for seven for the green, but I don't think it will be enough. A bit of a mid-air collision with the last two, they enter the orange which is only worth three points.
But where do they end? As they retreat. I think they'll have one in yellow, one in actually green, and one in purple. 31.77 will not be enough, so Mellow Yellow are the gold medal winners in the revised Show Jumping competition. Oceanics and Limers complete the podium with silver and bronze, adding good points. Get this, a three-way tie for second place at the MarbleLympics, just two behind the championship leaders Thunderbolts, and four ahead of the tied for third place Rojo Rollers and O'rangers who make it to the final event of the MarbleLympics. everything is at stake. There is still much more to come here on this channel.
Stay tuned and subscribe for more MarbleLympics. 01:13:07.700000,01:13:09.520000 And it all comes down to this. There you can see the classification of the final event of these MarbleLympics. Thunderbolts with a narrow lead and with such a logjam in front, every run in this obstacle event will be very important. We look at the obstacles. Coming out of the blocks at the beginning, Savage Speeders comes in the third lane achieving the first series victory of this final event. You see the little blocks they're going to go through. You can overcome them like in a real hurdle race, you can overcome them.
But as long as the marble doesn't go off the track, everything is fine. So Savage Speeders with Speedy, 5.20. Now Jawbreakers, Chocolatiers, Oceanics and Thunderbolts. The chocolatiers lead the way, now the Thunderbolts with a big push after those first obstacles fall and take the victory. In fact, I'd like to see a couple of obstacles before this view because they just put them in another gear, doing what they need to. Still a little slower than what we saw Speedy do, but Bolto did a good job with 5.29 for a team looking to take over the MarbleLympics. Red Rollers, Pinkies, Snowballs and Team Momo.
Snowballs and Momo will take the victory right at the end, there are a couple of obstacles left. Look how close these two were. A little haggard from that last hurdle. Oh, and look, he came out of the blocks and ended up in the far lane. So Pinkies is disqualified. Well, we knew it could happen. Soft Yellow, Chaos Balls, Kobalts and Limers. And Mellow Yellow is in front, but now there's a tie between the two of them! I think Mellow Yellow will take the win, but not by much. Look how many bounces there were. He managed to stay in the lane.
Oh, barely, three thousandths of a second ahead of Sublime de los Limers. This is also our fastest race yet. There you will see the current ranking as it has been updated so far with the current ranking in this particular event. In the Consolation Race, Oceanics, Limers, O'rangers and Snowballs. Oceanics with a narrow lead, now Snowballs return. Limers in second lane! And I think Limers will understand. Back and forth between the two, and it was really that last hurdle that made the difference. Limers crossed just seven thousandths of a second ahead of the Snowballs' Snowy to take fifth.
So there you see it. As expected, our top four finishers advance to the final. Only two points separate the first from a three-way tie for second. Momo, Thunderbolts, Mellow Yellow and Savage Speeders. Here we go! Thunderbolts tries to gain some ground, but it's not going to happen! Lightning is not going to capture the gold in this case. Look at this, at the end. Oh, it will actually be a very close ending! I say it and at the end there is a photo. What will time and score give us? This has a direct implication in the MarbleLympics final.
This was a lot closer than I thought. And it will be Speedy from the Savage Speeders. I guess that's much less than a thousandth of a second ahead of the Mellow Yellows' Yellup. What a job it was.

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