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  1. True, one of them should start one week earlier, but take it lightly, nordic skiing world championships and biathlon junior world championships will start tuesday.
  2. The russian guys had no clue what to do on this track (hopefully it will be the same next year ), sadly Loch didnt even get that far ...
  3. Thats what you get when Rebensburg (partly due to injury) doesnt perform at her best and when Dopfer is out due to injury. In the end Germany will never be on the same level as Austria or Switzerland, Germany will always be between 0 and 3 medals and only 3 athletes (Rebensburg: Super G + Giant Slalom, Neureuther/Dopfer: Giant Slalom + Slalom) have a realistic chance for a medal, in 2015 it worked out perfectly and this time it didnt. From a german perspective we have to hope that Dopfer and Rebenburg will come back strong + maybe Sander or Luitz will make the next step. Germany, Italy and Norway should be the most disappointed nations here + USA (no medal on the mens side, only bronze for Vonn) and France (no medal on the mens side), Austria and Switzerland on the other hand should be very happy. The way the german alpine skiing team developed the last couple of years is worrying, but german officials probably wont care too much, considering that Germany has already won 10 gold medals and 16 medals in total at world championships this year + the chance for at least 5/14 more gold medals/medals in total.
  4. Here are some of my early favorites for the german entry for this year's song contest:
  5. Thank you very much, i love Robyn and the "Girls" scene where i first heard this song!
  6. I think i will pick either a german-language song this time or a song without any language at all ...
  7. Great to see that pretty much all the favorites will start late, this way there is more time to build up excitement, so we will be able to enjoy the race until the very end. I hope that Kaisa will win ahead of Vittozzi and Wierer, but thats not very realistic. I think Koukalova, Kaisa and especially Domracheva should be considered as top favorites. Dahlmeier has to hope that all of them miss at least one shot, otherwise she wont have a chance for gold.
  8. Germany in! I already have some good songs in mind, but i guess i have to wait wether some other german member will join before i make the final decision ...
  9. [hide] Event and Date Gold Medal Winner Silver Medal Winner Bronze Medal Winner Athletes 2 x 6 km + 2 x 7,5 km Mixed Relay Day 1, February 9th, 2017 Austria Czech Republic France Germany Norway Russia Any Other Women's 7,5 km Sprint Day 2, February 10th, 2017 Gabriela Koukalova Kaisa Mäkäräinen Someone from France Laura Dahlmeier Dorothea Wierer Anastasiya Kuzmina Any Other Men's 10 km Sprint Day 3, February 11th, 2017 Fourcade Boe Shipulin Julian Eberhard Martin Fourcade Simon Schempp Johannes Thingnes Boe Emil Hegle Svendsen Anton Shipulin Any Other Women's 10 km Pursuit Day 4, February 12th, 2017 Dahlmeier Koukalova Dorin Gabriela Koukalova Kaisa Mäkäräinen Anaïs Chevalier Marie Dorin Habert Laura Dahlmeier Dorothea Wierer Any Other Men's 12,5 km Pursuit Day 4, February 12th, 2017 Fourcade Someone from Norway Someone from Germany Martin Fourcade Someone from Germany Someone from Norway Anton Shipulin Jakov Fak Any Other Women's 15 km Individual Day 5, February 15th, 2017 Koukalova Someone from France Mäkäräinen Gabriela Koukalova Kaisa Mäkäräinen Someone from France Laura Dahlmeier Dorothea Wierer Tiril Eckhoff Any Other Men's 20 km Individual Day 6, February 16th, 2017 Fourcade Shipulin Someone from Norway Dominik Landertinger Martin Fourcade Erik Lesser Simon Schempp Someone from Norway Anton Shipulin Any Other Women's 4 x 6 km Relay Day 7, February 17th, 2017 France Germany Italy Czech Republic France Germany Italy Norway Ukraine Any Other Men's 4 x 7,5 km Relay Day 8, February 18th, 2017 Norway Russia Germany Austria France Germany Norway Russia Ukraine Any Other Women's 12,5 km Mass Start Day 9, February 19th, 2017 Dahlmeier Dorin Koukalova Darya Domracheva Gabriela Koukalova Kaisa Mäkäräinen Marie Dorin Habert Someone from Germany Dorothea Wierer Any Other Men's 15 km Mass Start Day 9, February 19th, 2017 Fourcade Someone from Germany Someone from Norway Ondrej Moravec Martin Fourcade Someone from Germany Someone from Norway Anton Shipulin Any Other [/hide]
  10. Amazing result for Pechstein, it was the right decision to focus on this race and drop the 3k. Next year it will be much more difficult to get a medal, with the russian and dutch girls back in top shape. I am shocked that she was so close to Sablikova, just sad that she wasnt in a race with Sablikova, otherwise it couldve become an even closer race. Ihle today very unlucky, yesterday he missed the gold by less than 0.1 and today he missed the bronze by only 0.11 ... Nevertheless he should be very pleased to see that he is currently the third best athlete in mens 500 m.
  11. Talking about someone being obviously biased ... What happened to innocent until proven guilty? Just disgusting!
  12. Normally i always enjoyed watching the road cycling world championships, but this time i am just glad that its over ... 1) Where were the spectators? I feel sorry for the riders, especially the juniors. 2) Why do we have to host the world championships in the desert at 35°C? I think the next 3 world championships will be much better and i might attend in 2018 or even 2017. 3) Pretty much all the races were boring and decided in a sprint (as expected). 4) Congrats to Sagan, i am glad that Cavendish didnt win, every medal for him is bad for the sport. Belgium has had an amazing year, gold at the olympics and bronze here, compared to 0 top 10 finishes for Germany, with riders like Degenkolb, Kittel or Greipel ... 5) The german head coach must go NOW! How is it even possible to make so many bad decisions and never get a good result if you have 3 of the best sprinters in the world? When i heard that a group of more than 20 riders had a lead of more than 3 minutes, i already expected that no german was in that group ... and sadly i was right. If he would write all possible strategies on a paper and randomly pick one, than the results would be much better ... This is a complete waste of talent, its the best generation Germany ever had in road cycling. 6) Results in womens time trial (Another american granny, who was banned for doping before, coming out of nowhere to win a gold. This sport got what it deserves, cycling is the perfect sport for americans, i wonder why they arent any better in weightlifting already ... i guess there is not enough money to earn) and mens u23 time trial (the winner got extremely lucky with the conditions and Kämna got robbed the second year in a row) were absolutely disgusting, all the other results were ok. 7) I just found out that some no-name from Denmark won the gold in womens road race! Amazing to hear that she beat all the elite riders! Great results for nordic countries overall! They seem to have a very bright future in cycling, not only in road cycling, but also in (womens) mountainbike and track cycling. 8) This time it wasnt possible for me to watch the live stream on Youtube, which is one of the main reasons why i didnt watch much. Thanks stupid Eurosport! Hopefully they wont broadcast the next couple of years ...
  13. So you want to say that you knew the guy who won the gold medal before the race? In my opinion he is a complete no name and got extremely lucky with the conditions, he doesnt even have a team for next year ... There cant be any doubt that Kämna wouldve won the gold medal for the last two years if the conditions wouldve been fair. Its just heartbreaking that Kämna didnt win a gold medal the last two years, although he is about 1000 times more talented than the other guys who participated.
  14. Martin proves again why experts consider him as the best time trialist ever. A healthy Martin is unbeatable in regular time trials. Thank god we have finally a fair result, after the disgusting result in womens elite time trial and mens under 23 time trial.