Friday, April 21, 2017

extreme tallness of genetic abnormality by hormone

It affects functionality of human endocrine system in general and anterior pituitary gland in particular which produces many hormones including somatotrophin (also known as human growth hormone, hGH). It stimulates production of somatomedin C (also known as insulin-like growth factor 1, IGF-1) by liver. Both of them influence positively bone and muscle growth. Any genetic anomalies affecting anterior pituitary gland may result in extremely tall or short human height. It also explains why tall parents are more likely to have tall children than average height parents, though research continues in this area.

Monday, April 17, 2017

The mononucleosis virus that infested him is gone, but the effects clearly lingered well into the summer.

My Federer recollections
May 21, 2010
  • Greg GarberSenior Writer

My first impression of Roger Federer was that he was unfailingly humble and honest.

This was more than nine years ago, in March 2001, after the ATP World Tour set me up with a phone call from the 19-year-old rising Swiss player for an column. Federer was training for Indian Wells in Los Angeles and coming off a skiing holiday in St. Moritz, Switzerland, with his mother and some friends.

"It was 15, 20 degrees below zero, but it was relaxing, very fun," the teenager said. "It's the first time I've played so well for such a long stretch."

He had just won his first ATP title, in Milan, along the way defeating Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Goran Ivanisevic -- both now retired Grand Slam singles champions. Federer, who was the No. 1-ranked junior in 1998, suddenly found himself three years later at No. 6 in the ATP Champion's Race and, well, a little relieved after winning in Italy.

"I was very nervous," Federer said. "People were starting to compare me to [Anna] Kournikova. It felt really good to win; now I can say I won one more than her. I feel much better now."

Not to worry. As the world now knows, Federer eventually carved out a nice little career for himself. Two years later, he won his first Grand Slam singles title and inside three years he became the No. 1-ranked player.

There are days in the sports business when reporting feels like work, but they are exceedingly rare. Sometimes, when you are in the trenches of a deadline and searching for the right context in which to cast a story, you forget to tingle. I was lucky enough to happen upon the tennis beat right about the time Federer began to assert himself.

During this year's Australian Open I was at the Super Bowl in Miami when someone asked me how many of Federer's record 16 major titles I had witnessed. I was embarrassed to not know the exact number.

Because my NFL duties usually include the Super Bowl, I've regrettably missed all four of his Australian Open wins. Factor in the 2005 Wimbledon crown, when I was recovering from Achilles surgery, and you have a grand total (so to speak) of 11.

Federer, by a broad consensus, is the greatest player in the game's history. Nine years ago, only two years before securing his first major, you could sense his hunger to become better.

"I feel more comfortable on the court, and I hope to move up further and get higher," he said. "I still have some work to do. I'm trying to work on my volleys, return game and backhand. That's what's nice about my game. I can improve in a lot of areas.

"I feel like I have a lot of potential left."

Looking back, with all humility, here's a personal Fedtrospective, with excerpts from stories in italics, beginning with that first Grand Slam singles title:

2003 Wimbledon -- Only 21, Federer takes out Andy Roddick in the semifinals, then hammers Mark Philippoussis in a straight-sets final:

WIMBLEDON, England -- When Roger Federer, the best tennis player without a Grand Slam singles title, reached the semifinals here at the All England Club, an eerie calm settled over him.

Federer won the first of his 16 Grand Slam titles at Wimbledon in 2003. AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus
"All these expectations." he said before his match with Andy Roddick. "Now I can play free."

It was an achingly beautiful sight.

The 21-year-old from Basel, Switzerland, wrecked Mark Philippoussis in straight sets.

"He'll win many more Wimbledons," said Boris Becker, a three-time champion at the All England Club.

"We have seen the future.

"The future has come today."

How did it feel, Federer was asked, to join the likes of Sampras?

"Oh," Federer said, a little startled. "This is, you know, one of his seven. I'm so far away. I'm just happy to be on the board."

Here's the full story of the semifinals win over Roddick.

2004 Wimbledon -- Beating Roddick for the first time in the final at the All England Club, Federer needs four sets -- and a well-placed rain delay -- to win his second major of the year and his third overall. Already, the numbers were being crunched:

How many Grand Slam singles titles will Federer win? Is he Pete Sampras, can he match his record total of 14? Or is he Andre Agassi, who has won a more modest eight majors? Tiger Woods or Jack Nicklaus?

It is impossible to know, but the graceful Swiss player will be part of the Grand Slam dialogue for many, many years. He has so distanced himself from his peers that history is already his only yardstick.

Federer became the first man to defend his title here since Sampras in 2000. Is it merely a coincidence that it was a 19-year-old Federer who ended Sampras' 31-match winning streak at Wimbledon the following year? Federer is the first man since Agassi in 1999 to win two Grand Slam titles in a calendar year.

Here's the full story of the finals win over Roddick.

2004 U.S. Open -- Federer bagels Lleyton Hewitt twice in a blistering straight-sets victory and finishes the year with three Grand Slam titles to run his career total to four. Mats Wilander, for one, is impressed:

Federer, 23, thus becomes the first man to win three Grand Slams in a season since 1988, when Wilander failed only at Wimbledon.

Wilander watched the match, every point, at his home in Hailey, Idaho.

"I have to say Roger Federer is -- we can't imagine how good he is," Wilander told five minutes after the match. "Dominant, that's pretty much as dominant as you will ever see. The guy is just one step ahead of everybody."

Wilander, who last week predicted that Federer would win three Slams in a season -- but not this year -- said he was happy for him.

"Why not? This is the most times my name has been mentioned on TV since I won it in '88," Wilander said. "Records are made to be broken. It's nice to see someone so complete as Federer."

"It's still tough to believe," Federer said, " because I think once I settle down, have some time off, at the end of the year especially, I'll be looking back, thinking, 'How in the world did I do all this?'"

Here's the full story of the finals win over Hewitt.

2005 U.S. Open -- Agassi is the victim as Federer wins his second consecutive U.S. Open and sixth major. Agassi's take on Federer:

"He plays the game in a very special way. I don't think I've seen it before. He's the best I've ever played against."

Roger Federer spoiled Andre Agassi's last Grand Slam finals appearance with a four-set win at the U.S. Open. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images
Which means that Agassi places Federer above Pete Sampras, who holds the record of 14 Grand Slam singles titles.

"Pete was great," Agassi said. "But there was a place to go with Pete. You knew what you had to do. If you could do it, it could be on your terms. There's no such place like that with Roger."

What about it, Roger? The best ever?

"No," he said. "No. Just look at the records some guys have. I'm a little cookie.

"Him saying I'm better than Sampras -- I'm a little surprised. I appreciate it very much," he said.

Here's the full story of the finals win over Agassi.

2006 Wimbledon -- Winning his fourth straight at All England and his eighth major title, Federer defeats Rafael Nadal in the first of three straight finals between the rivals. Federer beat Jonas Bjorkman to reach the final:

WIMBLEDON, England -- Nine years ago, Jonas Bjorkman had the best year of his career in singles, winning three ATP titles and finishing with a ranking of No. 4 in the world. That season, as a favor to fellow Swede Peter Lundgren, Bjorkman agreed to hit with a 16-year-old Swiss player in Key Biscayne, Fla.

Bjorkman wasn't impressed.

"I practiced with him," Bjorkman remembered. "Semi-tanked on the practice. [I] thought, 'Jesus, what kid is this? Not really ready.'"

The kid was Roger Federer. The next time Bjorkman saw him, he was ready.

"One year later, you see this unbelievably talented guy," said Bjorkman. "He's just the perfect No. 1 we can have, I think, both on the court and off the court."

Nearly a decade after that unimpressive outing, Federer is the world's best player and Bjorkman, at 34, is coming to the end of his singles career.

Before their semifinal match at the All England Club, Bjorkman essentially conceded defeat when he said his chief focus would be on trying to enjoy the experience. Still, Bjorkman didn't smile as much as grimace during Friday's fleeting, 77-minute match.

Federer won with ridiculous ease, 6-2, 6-0, 6-2, to advance to his fourth consecutive Wimbledon final. It was the most one-sided men's semifinal at Wimbledon since the current format was instituted in 1922.

Here's the full story of the semifinals win over Bjorkman.

2006 U.S. Open -- Federer wins his third New York title in a row and, for the second time, captures three of the four majors in a year. This, from a finals preview:

Andy Roddick's opponent in Sunday's championship final, naturally, will be Federer. The world's best player earlier dissected Russian Nikolay Davydenko with typically cool precision, 6-1, 7-5, 6-4. Federer has now reached the final in all four Grand Slams this season and, since Wimbledon 2003, has arrived in 10 of the last 14 major finals.

He's won eight of those matches in a span of just over three years -- only five men have more Grand Slams in their careers -- and the prospects of a ninth are quite good.

Here's the finals preview versus Roddick.

2007 Wimbledon -- For the fifth consecutive time, Federer wins the title on grass, running his major total to 11. It is merely more history for Federer:

WIMBLEDON, England -- Six years ago, a 19-year-old Swiss prodigy beat Pete Sampras in the fourth round here at Wimbledon. The five-set defeat prevented Sampras from winning his fifth consecutive title at the All England Club and, in retrospect, announced a challenge to his supremacy in men's tennis.

That prodigy was named Roger Federer.

On Sunday, a 21-year-old Spanish prodigy pushed Federer into another contentious five-set match -- his first in a Grand Slam final. Rafael Nadal was attempting to stop Federer from joining Bjorn Borg as the only man to win five straight Wimbledon titles and, not insignificantly, equaling Borg's and Rod Laver's achievement of 11 Grand Slam singles titles.

In a larger context, another seismic shift in the tectonic plates of the game seemed to be in the offing.
Not so fast, Rafa.

In a magnificent 3-hour, 45-minute match pungent with drama, Federer closed out Nadal 7-6 (7), 4-6, 7-6 (3), 2-6, 6-2 as shadows lengthened on Centre Court. Nadal, only a month past his 21st birthday, is still getting better. He just wasn't good enough to beat Federer in his prime, on his favorite court in the world.

Here's the full story of the finals win over Nadal.

2007 U.S. Open -- Federer, closing in on Sampras, wins his fourth straight title in New York, dispatching Novak Djokovic in straight sets:

Federer's 12th Grand Slam singles title pushes him past two titans of tennis, Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver. The 26-year-old from Switzerland is now tied with Roy Emerson and only two behind Pete Sampras.

Federer took down Novak Djokovic in the final of the 2007 U.S. Open, and with it, exacted revenge from a loss that year in Australia. David Lobel/Icon SMI
"I think about it a lot now, honestly," Federer said. "In the beginning, I felt pushed a little bit into the corner, put under pressure about the situation because you don't win Slams like that; it's too tough.

"I feel these 2½ weeks, it's so draining. I'm exhausted in the end. I know how tough it is. So to come so close already at my age is fantastic, and I really hope to break it."

The full story of the finals victory over Djokovic.

2008 U.S. Open -- After going 0-for-3 in Grand Slams, Federer breaks through with his fifth consecutive title in New York and his 13th overall. The story of the final began this way:

NEW YORK -- He has been variously described as vulnerable, beatable and, in extreme cases, finished.

All season long, going back to the Australian Open, Roger Federer has taken it in and refused to make excuses. The mononucleosis virus that infested him is gone, but the effects clearly lingered well into the summer.

Something was missing: His elegant, well-oiled movement, the crackling volleys, the sizzle on his forehand, the scintillation of his serve.

On Monday evening, the vintage champion returned. Like Carl Sandburg's "Fog," he rolled in on little cat feet; his footwork was extraordinary. His running forehand was again a velvet hammer, his volleys sang and his serve was sometimes impossible to read.

Federer throttled 21-year-old Andy Murray 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 to win his fifth consecutive U.S. Open title, something that was last achieved 84 years ago by Bill Tilden.

"I would have been disappointed losing today," Federer said. "You feel you missed an entire year, being so close and yet so far, because semis and finals don't help me a whole lot anymore in my career.

That's why this is huge -- this is massive, really.

Here's the full story of the finals win over Murray.

2009 French Open -- With Nadal -- who had beaten him four straight times in Paris -- knocked out of the tournament, Federer records his first championship at Roland Garros, which ties Sampras' record total of 14. Federer beats Robin Soderling, the man who dispatched Nadal, in straights:

PARIS -- In his very first service game, Roger Federer hit a drop shot so sublime it may have evaporated.

It was a deceptively gentle backhand flick of the wrist, and the ball nearly grazed the net cord before bouncing about a foot in the air and spinning back toward the net. It was, upon reflection, the yin to Rafael Nadal's yang of a punishing topspin forehand that had dominated Roland Garros for the past four years.

Sometimes, in the frenzy of the moment, we forget to appreciate Federer's artistry. It may not be fully possible to process his supreme command of the court.

On a blustery Sunday visited by rain, Federer's subtle brushstrokes were all over a 6-1, 7-6 (1), 6-4 victory over Robin Soderling in the final of the French Open.

"In some ways," said Andre Agassi, the 1999 champion here, "it almost feels like destiny for him."

Here's the full story of finals win over Soderling.

2009 Wimbledon -- With defending champion Nadal resting his sore knees at home in Spain, Federer -- a month shy of his 28th birthday -- breaks Sampras' record with a victory over Roddick in a spectacular match:

Even with a horrific history against Federer -- Roddick had lost 18 of 20 matches -- he never lost his resolve. He kept banging those unreturnable serves, those forehands, and kept bravely coming in to the net and facing Federer's stinging groundstrokes.

In the 30th game of the fifth set, his serve was broken for the first time.

The final score -- 5-7, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (5), 3-6, 16-14 -- almost fails to do the match and the efforts by both men any kind of justice.

"You just keep going," Roddick said in his postmatch interview. "Looking back, it seems like a lot. Each time it was a point, then another and another. They kept adding up."

"It was frustrating because I couldn't break Andy until the very, very end," Federer said. "I really thought I had to play my very, very best to come through."

Roddick had praise for Federer's toughness.

"He gets a lot of credit for a lot of things, but not a lot of the time is how many matches he kind of digs deep and toughs out. He doesn't get a lot of credit for that because it looks easy to him a lot of the times. But he definitely stuck in there today."

Here's the complete story of the final.

Greg Garber is a senior writer for

Sunday, April 16, 2017

소주는 세계에서 제일 맛없는 술이다.

726626 증류주 중에서도 소주가 제일 맛없고 쓰레기다 세상에서 제일 맛없는 술=소주 [9]

내가 나이에 비해서 술 여러 종류 마셔봤는데

소주보다 맛없는 술은 마셔 본 적이 없음

로얄 샬루트21, 글렌피딕12, 블렌디드 위스키 12~17 여러 종류(마트에 파는거), 연태고량주, 이과두주, 청주 등등

소주는 증류주아닌데 희석인데 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:22:39 | 신고
테뻔뻔아닥점 증류주에 물 섞은거 아니냐? 증류주 맞잖아 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:23:07 | 신고
홍선♡민수 일반 소주는 맛이없는데
진짜 전통식으로 만든 소주는 독하지만 깔끔하더라. 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:23:57 | 신고
럭키골드 전통소주는 알콜맛 안남? 소주 특유의 알콜맛 ㅇㅇ;; 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:24:28 | 신고
홍선♡민수 ㅇㅇ 안나고 부드러움 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:24:52 | 신고
테뻔뻔아닥점 그럼 모냐? 식용에탄올이냐? 그 역겨운 맛은? 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:23:37 | 신고
에휴.. 술도 마실줄 모르는게.. 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:25:00 | 신고
凸 소주나 쳐마셔 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:25:34 | 신고
친구야.. 음 나는 블렌디드 위스키는 비추하고 니가 글렌피딕 12년산 먹었다고 했는데 .. 싱글몰트는 15년산이 가장 맛도좋고 향도 괜찮으니까 15년산 추천한다. 그리고 나도 소주는 맛도 별로고 향도 별로라 싫음 답글 달기
2017-04-17 15:25:29 | 신고

테사기가 아니라 저사기인 이유

제 목 이영호가 테란빨이라는 애들에게 알려줄 사실 하나
글쓴이 ㅇㅇ 조회 60 댓글 2
2017-04-13 20:21:17

드래프트 이후~레메 나오기 전까지는 저그 사기였음
저그가 테란이나 토스보다 압도적으로 개인리그 승률 높음

그리고 이영호가 우승한 거는 대부분 레메 나오기 전 저사기 시절에 우승한 거

테사기가 아니라 저사기인 이유

클릭하면 해당 댓글의 단축주소가 복사됩니다. 신고
17/04/10 22:39
이영호와 ㅇ제동의 라이벌구도에서는... 개인리그에서 둘에게 모두 토스는 밥이었던 관계로

이것부터가 저그 팬심에서 나오는 말이라고 생각합니다. 둘다 토스전을 잘하지만

이제동은 원래 압도적인 저프전을 그냥 상성대로 잘하는거구요
이영호는 원래 역상성인, 통계로도 불리한 종족전을 상성대로 잘하는 거구요

이제동은 토스로 한끼식사 가볍게 해놓고 테란전은 징징대면안되죠. 이제동도 이영호처럼 역상성 종족전 잘잡던가요

양대리그 28~36강 이상기준 전적입니다.

테란 (385승) vs 저그 (371승) 50.9 : 49.1

테란 (274승) vs 토스 (306승) 47.2 : 52.8

토스 (213승) vs 저그 (268승) 43.6 : 56.4

저그가 토스를 잡아먹는거에비해 테란이 저그를 그렇게 잘 잡아먹는 편은 아닙니다
클릭하면 해당 댓글의 단축주소가 복사됩니다. 신고
17/04/13 10:35

테사기가 아니고 저사기인 이유

Date2017/04/09 16:25:27
Name  갓영호신
Subject  [스타1] 07드래프트 세대이후에도 마찬가지로 테사기라고요?
테사기라고 하는 사람들의 논리는 보통 최상위권에서 최강자들끼리 붙었을때, 테란이 우위였기때문에 테사기라고 하죠.
그래서 07시즌부터 양대리그 4강이상 권 종족비율과 , 결승진출 종족횟수, 우승횟수를 비교하도록 하겠습니다.

*개인리그 최소한 4강권은 들어와야 최상위의 실력을 가진 선수라고 한정하겠습니다.(3,4위 선수는 굳이 구분짓지 않겠습니다.
* ZeroOne님의 글을 부분 인용했습니다.

온게임넷 스타리그

신한은행 스타리그 시즌3 - 우승 : 마재윤(Z) 준우승 : 이윤열(T) - 저그vs테란 결승
4강 마재윤,이윤열,한동욱,변형태 -1저 3테

다음 스타리그 2007 - 우승 : 김준영(Z) 준우승 : 변형태(T) - 저그vs테란 결승
4강 김준영,변형태,송병구,이영호 - 1저,1프,2테

EVER 스타리그 2007 - 우승 : 이제동(Z) 준우승 : 송병구(P)-저그vs토스 결승
4강 이제동,송병구,김택용,신희승 - 1저,2프,1테

박카스 스타리그 2008 - 우승 : 이영호(T) 준우승 : 송병구(P)-테란vs토스 결승
4강 이영호,송병구,김택용,박찬수 - 1저,2프,1테

EVER 스타리그 2008 - 우승 : 박성준(Z) 준우승 : 도재욱(P) -저그vs토스 결승
4강 박성준,도재욱,박찬수,손찬웅- 2저,2프

인크루트 스타리그 2008 - 우승 : 송병구(P) 준우승 : 정명훈(T) -테란vs토스 결승
4강 송병구,정명훈,도재욱,김준영 - 1저,2프,1테

BATOO 스타리그 2008 - 우승 : 이제동(Z) 준우승 : 정명훈(T)-저그vs테란 결승
4강 이제동,정명훈,김택용,조일장 - 2저,1프,1테

박카스 스타리그 2009 - 우승 : 이제동(Z) 준우승 : 박명수 (Z)-저그vs저그 결승
4강 이제동,박명수,문성진,정명훈 - 3저,1테

EVER 스타리그 2009 - 우승 : 이영호(T) 준우승 : 진영화 (P)-테란vs토스 결승
4강 이영호,진영화,김윤환,이영한 - 3저,1테

대한항공 스타리그 2010 시즌1 - 우승 : 김정우(Z) 준우승 : 이영호(T)-테란vs저그 결승
4강 김정우,이영호,박세정,김구현 - 1저,1테,2프

대한항공 스타리그 2010 시즌2 - 우승 : 이영호(T) 준우승 : 이제동(Z)-테란vs저그 결승
4강  이영호,이제동,송병구,윤용태 - 1저,1테,2프

박카스 스타리그 2010 - 우승 : 정명훈(T) 준우승 : 송병구(P)-테란vs토스 결승
4강  정명훈,송병구,김윤환,김현우 - 2저,1테,1프

진에어 스타리그 2011 - 우승 : 허영무(P) 준우승 : 정명훈(T)-테란vs토스 결승
4강 허영무,정명훈,신동원,어윤수 - 2저,1테,1프

TVING 스타리그 2012 - 우승 : 허영무(P) 준우승 : 정명훈(T)-테란vs토스 결승
4강 허영무,정명훈,이영호,김명운 - 1저,2테,1프

14회의 스타리그 개최
-결승 진출 종족 : 저그 9회, 테란11회, 토스8회
-우승 횟수 : 저그 7회, 테란 4회, 토스 3회
-4강 진출종족 : 저그 22회, 테란 17회, 토스 17회
-결승 최다진출 TOP4: 정명훈 5회,이영호4회,이제동4회,송병구4회
-최다 우승 선수 탑3 : 이영호3회, 이제동3회,허영무2회


곰TV MSL 시즌 1 - 우승 : 김택용(P) 준우승 : 마재윤(Z)-저그vs토스 결승
4강  김택용,마재윤,진영수,강민 - 1저,1테,2프

곰TV MSL 시즌 2 - 우승 : 김택용(P) 준우승 : 송병구(P)-토스vs토스 결승
4강  김택용,송병구,박태민,이성은 - 1저,1테,2프

곰TV MSL 시즌 3 - 우승 : 박성균(T) 준우승 : 김택용(P)-테란vs토스 결승
4강  박성균,김택용,마재윤,서지훈 - 1저,2테,1프

곰TV MSL 시즌 4 - 우승 : 이제동(Z) 준우승 : 김구현(P)-저그vs토스 결승
4강  이제동,김구현,허영무,박성균 - 1저,1테,2프

아레나 MSL 2008 - 우승 : 박지수(T) 준우승 : 이제동(Z)-저그vs테란 결승
4강  박지수,이제동,이영호,박영민 - 1저,2테,1프

클럽데이 온라인 MSL 2008 - 우승 : 김택용(P) 준우승 : 허영무(P)-토스vs토스 결승
4강  김택용,허영무,윤용태,김구현 - 4프

로스트사가 MSL 2009 - 우승 : 박찬수(Z) 준우승 : 허영무(P)-저그vs토스 결승
4강  박찬수,허영무,송병구,김명운 - 2저,2프

아발론 MSL 2009 - 우승 : 김윤환(Z) 준우승 : 한상봉(Z)-저그vs저그 결승
4강  김윤환,한상봉,변형태,이제동 - 3저,1테

NATE MSL 2009 - 우승 : 이제동(Z) 준우승 : 이영호(T)-저그vs테란 결승
4강  이제동,이영호,한상봉,김구현 - 2저,1테,1프

하나대투증권 MSL 2009 - 우승 : 이영호(T) 준우승 : 이제동(Z)-저그vs테란 결승
4강  이영호,이제동,윤용태,김윤환 - 2저,1테,1프

빅파일 MSL 2010 - 우승 : 이영호(T) 준우승 : 이제동(Z)-저그vs테란 결승
4강  이영호,이제동,이재호,정명훈 - 1저,3테

피디팝 MSL 2010 - 우승 : 신동원(Z) 준우승 : 차명환(Z)-저그vs저그 결승
4강  신동원,차명환,김명운,이제동 - 4저

ABC마트 MSL 2011 - 우승 : 이영호(T) 준우승 : 김명운(Z)-저그vs테란 결승
4강  이영호,김명운,이제동,신동원 - 3저,1테

13회의 MSL 개최
- 결승 진출 종족 : 저그 12회, 테란 6회, 토스 8회
- 우승 횟수 : 저그 5회, 테란 5회, 토스 3회
- 4강 진출 종족 : 저그22회, 테란 14회, 토스 16회
- 결승 최다 진출 TOP3 : 이제동 5회, 이영호 4회, 김택용 4회
- 최다 우승선수 : 이영호 3회,김택용3회,이제동 2회

*종합 27회의 양대리그 개최

- 결승 진출 종족 횟수 : 저그 21회, 테란 17회, 토스 16회
- 우승 횟수 : 저그 12회, 테란 9회, 토스 6회
- 4강 진출 종족 : 저그 44회, 테란 31회, 토스 33회
- 결승 최다진출 TOP6 : 이제동 9회, 이영호 8회, 송병구 5회,정명훈 5회,김택용4회, 허영무 4회

*의외로 4강진출 횟수는 토스가 테란보다 많다. (최상위 레벨에서 저그,테란선수한테 많이 진다)

* 결승진출한 선수

테란 : 이영호, 정명훈, 박지수, 박성균, 이윤열, 변형태
저그 : 이제동, 박성준, 박명수, 김정우, 박찬수, 김윤환, 한상봉, 신동원, 차명환, 김명운, 마재윤, 김준영
프로토스 : 김택용, 송병구, 허영무, 도재욱, 진영화, 김구현

- 17회의 테란결승진출 중에 이영호,정명훈이 도합 13회를 차지.
- 9회의 테란 우승횟수 중 6회가 이영호, 나머지 선수가 나눠가며 3회우승

마지막으로 하나만 묻겠습니다.

최다 결승 진출, 최다 우승종족 , 최다 4강진출 종족 전부 저그 임에도 불구하고 6회우승한 이영호 선수 하나때문에 테사기 일까요?
(심지어 이영호 선수와 이제동 선수의 커리어가 큰 차이가 나는것도 아닙니다.)

그럼에도 불구하고 테란이 사기라고 하시고 싶으신분 들에게 하나만 묻겠습니다.

예를들어 10명의 저그선수가 돌아가며 10회 우승 했다치고 토스는 A선수가 혼자 3회우승을 했다고 가정해봅시다.
저그 우승 10회 VS 토스 우승3회 임에도 불구하고 A선수 하나 떄문에 프사기라고 자신있게 말 할수 있습니까?
아마 난세의 토스 영웅이 태어났다고 할 것 같은건 제 편견인가요?

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