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Skeleton IBSF World Cup 2022 - 2023

 

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21 minutes ago, Grassmarket said:

Money tight in post-Olympic year.  Only 15 starters in the men's and 16 in the women's today.

this world cup isn't interesting until January, when the new powerhouse comes into play...:yikes:

 

just kidding, but only partially...because :ITA will really start competing only in January and because it looks that we're truly making a big jump ahead in the rankings thanks to our brand new "gurus" (Willy Schneider & Thomas Plätzer) and their coaching staff.

 

there's a lot of hype for this team in our small Wintersports world, especially after the first Intercontinental & European Cup results.

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29 minutes ago, phelps said:

this world cup isn't interesting until January, when the new powerhouse comes into play...:yikes:

 

just kidding, but only partially...because :ITA will really start competing only in January and because it looks that we're truly making a big jump ahead in the rankings thanks to our brand new "gurus" (Willy Schneider & Thomas Plätzer) and their coaching staff.

 

there's a lot of hype for this team in our small Wintersports world, especially after the first Intercontinental & European Cup results.

Should add that :GBR have brought in Martins Dukurs :LAT….but everyone knows the best players don’t always make the best coaches.  :whistle:

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13 minutes ago, Grassmarket said:

Should add that :GBR have brought in Martins Dukurs :LAT….but everyone knows the best players don’t always make the best coaches.  :whistle:

And everyone knows the British, more than anyone else, aren't using their real equipment in any sport until the Olympics are close :p 

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7 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

And everyone knows the British, more than anyone else, aren't using their real equipment in any sport until the Olympics are close :p 

Actually our very best kit - Kristian Bromley hand-mades - always goes to other nations because reasons. :lol:  

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5 hours ago, Grassmarket said:

Should add that :GBR have brought in Martins Dukurs :LAT….but everyone knows the best players don’t always make the best coaches.  :whistle:

Seems he’& Tomas are also building all the sleds!  Don’t think the team were happy with what we had in Beijing.

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Anyone has any clue where to watch the women's runs (specifically the first one)? I have the link to the YouTube video of the stream, which have always been available from the Netherlands (both men's runs were no problem), but for some reason it keeps telling me 'Video unavailable - This video contains content from infrontsports, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds'.

 

I've tried VPN's from Australia, Canada, Brazil, but no luck. Is this video even working from any country?

 

 

Edit: same for run 2, they're just not available anywhere. What the hell?

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