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hckosice

Speed Skating 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

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heywoodu    2,985
1 minute ago, hckosice said:

 

well, if he had chosen SVK, he would be already our most succesful and best speed skater of the whole history :dbut yeah,,who would have chosen SVK ?:d

Anyone who wants to be the best speed skater ever of a certain country without having to improve a whole lot :evil:

 

For Slovakia he would make a real difference, for Poland he wouldn't :p 

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hckosice    1,705
1 minute ago, heywoodu said:

For Slovakia he would make a real difference, for Poland he wouldn't :p 

 

yeah sure, especially considering he will be the only one :d

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dcro    2,476

:KAZ Roman Krech wins 500m from heat 1. :lol: Looks like this is too early for the favorites... :p

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heywoodu    2,985
2 hours ago, dcro said:

:KAZ Roman Krech wins 500m from heat 1. :lol: Looks like this is too early for the favorites... :p

 

In his entire career his best finishes were 6th, 6th, 8th and 10th :d 

 

And to be fair, his time is actually really good on this crappy ice :yes

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heywoodu    2,985
9 minutes ago, VolleyRuller96 said:

Wow, pretty nice results for :NZL in men's team 1500 so far :) 2nd place of 5 teams so far in their historic debut (?) in group A

 

I'm surprised that apparently it is their A-division debut :yikes:

 

They've got a seriuosly good team, especially if Kay can improve a bit more. Dobbin is already there for a while but seems to be on his way back a little, but especially Michael is seriously world class. It wouldn't even be a huge surprise if he medals in Pyeongchang :)

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heywoodu    2,985
3 hours ago, VolleyRuller96 said:

Wow, pretty nice results for :NZL in men's team 1500 so far :) 2nd place of 5 teams so far in their historic debut (?) in group A

I just noticed it's not actually they're debut :p 

 

They competed in the 2013-14 season (both Dobbin brothers once with Daniel Nation and once with Reyon Kay), but there were no A/B-divisions in the team pursuit at that time :p 

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dcro    2,476

116 year old competing. :yikes::roflmao:

 

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heywoodu    2,985

Pedro Causil finished 9th in the B-division with another big improvement in his time, which means the very first Colombian World Cup point ever in a normal event (distances instead of that completely senseless mass start) :bowdown:

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dareza    590
3 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Pedro Causil finished 9th in the B-division with another big improvement in his time, which means the very first Colombian World Cup point ever in a normal event (distances instead of that completely senseless mass start) :bowdown:

but your team again will win million medals 2018 :d

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heywoodu    2,985
1 minute ago, dareza said:

but your team again will win million medals 2018 :d

I really hope we will completely dominate the mass start...I know it won't happen, but if it does, that would be a great chance to get rid of that idiot event immediatly :lol:

 

And realistically speaking, a repeat of Sochi is of course extremely unlikely :p 

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