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Showing content with the highest reputation on 03/01/18 in all areas

  1. 1 point
    Some news about Oberhof (Whose in and whose out) So, for women's sprint we see that Austrian women seem to be healthy now as they are starting with 4 athletes instead of 1 in Annecy. Belarus, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic starting with their full teams with no real changes. Estonia swaps out Talihaerm and Lethla for Oja and Gaim (This is going to be the 1st world cup race for Gaim this season) Lehtonen back for Finland and Chloe Chevalier swapped out with Simon for France. Seems that Alexia Runggaldier is still having issues (perhaps @Gianlu33 can elaborate?) as she is not on the start list, but Italy decided to bring in Nicole Gontier. Kazakhstan's A team is back in Oberhof. 1 swap for Korea and 1 swap for Lithuania, whilst Latvia is not starting with Bendika. Norway, probably the country that has started the most athletes this season, keeps Eckhoff from Annecy and then brings back Solemdal, Fenne, Tandrevold from earlier world cups as well as introducing Kalkenberg. Hojnisz is back for Poland, whilst Starykh is swapped out with Virolainen for Russia. Slovenia starting only with Erzen as Switzerland brings back Elisa Gasparin. As @hckosice already mentioned, only Kuzmina starting for Slovakia tomorrow and for Sweden, Oeberg is swapped out with Hoegberg. And fhe final change is that USA is starting only with Dunklee and Egan tomorrow. So, dear biathlon fans, let's hope for a fun and entertaining race tomorrow, Oberhof usually delivers
  2. 1 point
    Who cares if the conditions are horrible for everyone? Better than perfect for 90% and horrible for 10%
  3. 1 point
    Mielzinsky with the fastest 2nd run, 19th in the starting order. Damn these horrible conditions.
  4. 1 point
    That is incorrect, often it's the complete opposite in fact. Over the years many skiers with huge starting numbers made top 30... And you forgot about Alphand and Liensberger.
  5. 1 point
    Severe weather, in this case a rather strong storm. Sadly it was impossible to continue the events today, so it has all been cancelled and it's now a matter of waiting what happens with the women's Q result.
  6. 1 point
    Let's say ice hockey, ice hockey and ice hockey lol I enjoy alpine skiing, biathlon, bobsleigh, curling
  7. 1 point
    well, short track is a very exciting sport...and if you have a shot at going to watch an event on site (especially if you could find a seat close to the ice sheet)...well, don't miss it...it's so impressive how fast they go and what kind of extreme balance exercise it is (those skates are scary)...
  8. 1 point
    good effort by your guys...Sweden had to earn their semis spot...they had to fight more than expected... unfortunately, they're still too strong... and great game between USA and RUS...at the end of the day it was the home team to take the win, but the Russian guys did play a lot better than in the previous games and almost did create an upset to the defending champions... I'm pretty sure that with better goaltending they could have won this match (and not only this one)...
  9. 1 point
    well, he definitely knows hockey... however, even if it's not the right attitude before a match like that, he surely didn't say anything that all hockey fans already knew... good for the Swiss that CAN didn't go in double digit...
  10. 1 point
    General news: https://www.teamusa.org/US-Speedskating/News/Featured-News/2017/December/26/Long-Track-Secures-16-Quota-Spots-For-Olympic-Games Full U.S. Team athlete selection procedures: https://www.teamusa.org/-/media/US_Speedskating/Documents/Athletes/Long-Track/Rules-and-Regulations/2018-WOG-SSK-LT-ATHLETE-selection-procedures---ammended-combined.pdf?la=en&hash=8CC201D580468D206114E952AAD1D01482CD7D84&hash=8CC201D580468D206114E952AAD1D01482CD7D84 NBCSN Schedule (all times local CST) Tuesday, January 2 – 4:30-6pm Wednesday, January 3 – 5-6:30pm Thursday, January 4 – 5:30-7:30pm Friday, January 5 – 5:30-7pm Saturday, January 6 – 5-7pm Sunday, January 7 – 5-5:45pm
  11. 1 point
    So the first American to qualify for Korea is.... Dutch. What a shock.
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    Srećna Nova godina! Sve najlepše vam želim u 2018.
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