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    Hi olympians fans ! I just made an interactive schedule for Pyeongchang 2018 with medal chances per country based on the latests world cup rankings for each disciplin : http://anthonyveyssiere.com/pyeongchang/#en/fra It's a good way to see when to wake up to cheer on your best country chances
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    You sure there's nothing scary about brooms?
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    Agreed! Take a look at the fantastic BBC trailer/introduction, they've once again got it spot on:
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    You can kick from everywhere, yes. Usually you kick if you didn't make the 10 yards in 3 attempts and you have the ball within about 30 yards from the end zone (the end zone is 10 yards deep and the holder gets the ball about 7 yards behind the line of scrimmage (where the ball was stopped in the latest completed play), meaning that about 17 yards is added to the length of the kick). The longest kicks have been more than 60 yards, but usually they don't go for more than just above 50 (depending on how good the kicker is). So yeah. They can kick anytime and anywhere they want, but usually they only do it when necessary (you won't get longer or time is running out)
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    @Agger This one is for you, I have no idea
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    Jelena Vujicic (alpine skiing) Stavre Jada (cross-country skiing)
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    2018 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women's Division I Group B Qualification Tournament In Mexico City, , 30 January - 4 February 2018 Sunday February 4th, 2018 - Round-Robin Final Day Schedule (GMT -6) 16:30 Kazakhstan 1 - 3 Spain 20:00 Turkey 1 - 3 Mexico ----------------------------------------------------- Rest Day: Netherlands Final Standing 1. Netherlands 12 Qualified for the Women´s Under 18 Division I Group B World Championships 2019 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Mexico 9 3. Spain 6 4. Kazakhstan 3 5. Turkey 0
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    Alexei Bychenko (Figure skating) http://isport.co.il/showArticle-36712
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    Hey! Thanks for the feedbacks I didn't mean to spam the forum so thanks for reposting it somewhere useful I will update some of the favourites/outsiders list with your feedbacks !
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    Au koji je haos u TSS. Igracemo fed cup sa samo tri teniserke (Danilovic, Radanovic i Marinkovic). Jorovic se povredila, Krunic i Nina su odavno rekle da nece igrati. A sve ostale su odbile poziv! Svasta........
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    since this is useful i guess thread can be merged with general schedule thread
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    Do you have a deal with sindo to promote your site? Because if not you are gonna get deleted
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    Today WADA came to Russian training to test 16 players at the same time. Very nice, they found the right time and right place
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    btw worth to mention, that in PyeongChang will happen one interesting moment. our Nikoleta Celárová will participate in her 2nd winter Olympics, but now not as a athlete, she was selected as one of the 10 nominated referees for the womens tournament http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/women/news/first-olympic-participants/ here from Vancouver 2010 as a player (in the middle) and here for PyeongChang 2018 as a official referee
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    Belgrade race in underwear
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    After that, WADA and the IOC must ban all dirty russians for 5 years. In the name of cleanliness of all clean athletes and clean sports
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    [hide] Event & Date Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Men's Downhill Day 1 February 11th, 2018 Max Franz Vincent Kriechmayr Matthias Mayer Hannes Reichelt Adrien Theaux Thomas Dressen X Peter Fill Dominik Paris Kjetil Jansrud Aksel Lund Svindal X Beat Feuz X Gilles Roulin Any Athlete from North America Any Other Athlete Women's Giant Slalom Day 2 February 12th, 2018 Any Athlete from Austria Tessa Worley X Victoria Rebensburg X Federica Brignone Sofia Goggia Manuela Moelgg Ragnhild Mowinckel Tina Robnik Estelle Alphand Sara Hector Lara Gut Mikaela Shiffrin X Any Other Athlete Men's Super-Combined Day 3 February 13th, 2018 Romed Baumann Marcel Hirscher Matthias Mayer Victor Muffat-Jeandet Alexis Pinturault X Peter Fill X Dominik Paris Kjetil Jansrud Luca Aerni Mauro Caviezel Pavel Tirkhichev Any Other Athlete X Women's Slalom Day 4 February 14th, 2018 Bernadette Schild Any Athlete from Germany Any Athlete from Italy Nina Haver-Loeseth Petra Vlhova X Estelle Alphand Frida Hansdotter X Anna Swenn-Larsson Wendy Holdener Melanie Meillard Mikaela Shiffrin X Any Other Athlete Men's Super-G Day 5 February 15th, 2018 Max Franz Vincent Kriechmayr X Matthias Mayer Hannes Reichelt Any Athlete from Canada Adrien Theaux Thomas Dressen Josef Ferstl Peter Fill Dominik Paris Aleksander Aamodt Kilde Kjetil Jansrud X Aksel Lund Svindal X Beat Feuz Any Other Athlete Women's Super-G Day 6 February 17th, 2018 Nicole Schmidhofer Anna Veith Any Athlete from France Victoria Rebensburg Federica Brignone Sofia Goggia Johanna Schnarff X Tina Weirather X Ragnhild Mowinckel Michelle Gissin Lara Gut X Any Other Athlete Men's Giant Slalom Day 7 February 18th, 2018 Manuel Feller Marcel Hirscher X Alexis Pinturault X Luca De Aliprandini Henrik Kristoffersen X Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen Zan Kranjec Matts Olsson Justin Murisier Ted Ligety Any Other Athlete Women's Downhill Day 8 February 21st, 2018 Cornelia Hutter Nicole Schmidhofer Ramona Sieberhofen Any Athlete from France Sofia Goggia X Tina Weirather X Ragnhild Mowinckel Michelle Gisin Lara Gut Mikaela Shiffrin X Lindsey Vonn Jacqueline Wiles Any Other Athlete Men's Slalom Day 9 February 22nd, 2018 Manuel Feller X Marcel Hirscher X Michael Matt Alexis Pinturault Dave Ryding Stefano Gross Sebastian Foss-Solevaag Henrik Kristoffersen Andre Myhrer Luca Aerni Daniel Yule Any Other Athlete X Women's Super-Combined Day 10 February 23rd, 2018 Ricarda Haaser Anne-Sophie Barthet Federica Brignone X Sofia Goggia Marusa Ferk Denise Feierabend Michelle Gisin Wendy Holdener Mikaela Shiffrin X Any Athlete from North America Any Other Athlete X Team Event Day 11 February 24th, 2018 Austria Canada France X Germany Italy Norway Slovakia Sweden X Switzerland United States Any Other Athlete X [/hide]
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    If some sports authorities are willing to cover up such things. It makes you think what they would make out of minor (comparatively speaking) things like doping... And Yes, the IOC should step in.
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    http://mastkd.com/2018/02/aurimas-klemas-de-lituania-muere-tras-pelear-en-us-open-2018/
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    Too bad security didn't turn away for a couple of seconds.
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