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Showing content with the highest reputation on 06/10/18 in all areas

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    Totallympics TV Information 2018 Summer Youth Olympics - Broadcast Schedule and Video Coverage Buenos Aires 24/7 The dedicated channel will be on YouTube as well. It will feature live, tape-delayed, and highlights from the games. The stream will run (hopefully) uninterrupted for the entirety of the games. The stream will restart daily on the Olympic Channel. Olympic Podcast There will be a podcast available everyday from the games on the Olympic Channel. It will include interviews and highlights. Daily Show Everyday on the Olympic Channel’s Twitter and Facebook at 9:00AM PCT there will be a one hour show with different interviews and other features available. YouTube Video Coverage There will be a permanent livestream available Here. There will also be 2 live-streams for different sports each day available in the playlist Here. Olympic Channel Video Coverage The Olympic Channel will provide an enormous amount of video coverage throughout the games that can be accessed Here. The Olympic Channel will offer 10 channels of streaming and On-Demand video after the completion of each competition. Additional information and schedules can be seen below. List of Sports Available Live and On-Demand Archery Athletics Artistic Gymnastics Badminton Basketball 3x3 Beach Handball Beach Volleyball Boxing Breaking Ceremonies Cycling Diving Fencing Field Hockey Futsal Judo Karate Rhythmic Gymnastics Roller Speed Skating Rugby Sevens Sport Climbing Swimming Table Tennis Taekwondo Tennis Weightlifting Day By Day Stream Schedule Color Code Final(s) Elimination/Upper Final Rounds Qualification/Pool Play/Group Stage Ceremonies Day 1 3:50PM - 7:33PM Opening Ceremony Day 2 (Sunday Oct. 7) 4:50AM - 11:20AM Basketball 3x3: Pool Play 4:50AM - 6:50AM Sport Climbing: Women’s Qualification (Speed) 5:50AM - 10:28AM Judo: Eliminations 5:50AM - 9:33AM Swimming: Preliminaries 5:50AM - 11:50AM Table Tennis: Group Play 5:50AM - 4:03PM Tennis: Men’s Singles and Women’s Doubles First Round 5:50AM - 8:53AM Roller Speed Skating: 1000m Sprint Semifinals 6:50AM - 10:50AM Sport Climbing: Women’s Qualification (Boulder) 9:50AM - 8:03PM Futsal: First Round 9:50AM - 11:50AM Roller Speed Skating: 1000m Sprint Finals 10:50AM - 2:03PM Judo: Finals 10:50AM - 2:38PM Sport Climbing: Women’s Qualification (Lead) 11:20AM - 3:58PM Breaking: Preliminaries 11:50AM - 3:33PM Weightlifting: Women’s 44KG 11:50AM - 6:33PM Table Tennis: Singles Group Stage 11:50AM - 2:58PM Roller Speed Skating: 5000m Elimination 1:50PM - 5:18PM Swimming: Finals 3:50PM - 7:33PM Weightlifting: Men’s 56KG Day 3 (Monday Oct. 8) 4:50AM - 11:00AM Basketball 3x3: Pool Play 4:50AM - 6:50AM Sport Climbing: Men’s Qualification (Speed) 5:50AM - 9:33AM Swimming: Preliminaries 5:50AM - 10:28AM Judo: Eliminations 5:50AM - 11:50AM Table Tennis: Singles Group Stage 5:50AM - 4:03PM Tennis: Men’s Doubles/Women’s Singles First Round 6:50AM - 10:50AM Sport Climbing: Men’s Qualification (Boulder) 6:50AM - 9:58AM Roller Speed Skating: 500m Sprint QF 9:50AM - 8:03PM Futsal: First Round 10:50AM - 1:50PM Judo: Finals 10:50AM - 2:38PM Sport Climbing: Men’s Qualification (Lead) 11:00AM - 3:58PM Breaking: Finals 11:50AM - 3:33PM Weightlifting: Women’s 48KG 11:50AM - 6:33PM Table Tennis: Singles Group Stage 11:50AM - 3:43PM Roller Speed Skating: 500m Sprint Finals 1:50PM - 3:58PM Swimming: Finals 3:50PM - 7:33PM Weightlifting: Men’s 62KG Day 4 (Tuesday Oct. 9) 4:50AM - 11:28AM Fencing: Pool Play and Early Finals 4:50AM - 12:03PM Basketball 3x3: Pool Play 5:20AM - 4:33PM Hockey: Pool Play 5:50AM - 4:03PM Tennis: Men’s Singles Second Round/Women’s Doubles QuarterFinals/Mixed Doubles First Round 5:50AM - 10:50AM Table Tennis: Singles Round Of 16 5:50AM - 7:35AM Sport Climbing: Women’s Final (Speed) 5:50AM - 9:33AM Swimming: Preliminaries 7:35AM - 11:23AM Sport Climbing: Women’s Final (Boulder) 9:50AM - 2:50PM Taekwondo: Eliminations 9:50AM - 8:03PM Futsal: First Round 10:50AM - 7:03PM Table Tennis: Singles Quarterfinals 11:40AM - 3:08PM Sport Climbing: Women’s Finals (Lead) 12:20AM - 6:28PM Fencing: Finals 1:50PM - 5:43PM Swimming: Finals 2:50PM - 7:03PM Taekwondo: Finals Day 5 (Wednesday Oct. 10) 4:50AM - 12:03PM Basketball 3x3: Pool Play 5:20AM - 4:33PM Hockey: Pool Play 5:50AM - 9:33AM Swimming: Preliminaries 5:50AM - 11:03AM Table Tennis: Singles Semifinals 5:50AM - 4:03PM Tennis: Men’s Singles and Doubles Quarterfinals/Women’s Singles Second Round/Women’s Doubles Semifinal 5:50AM - 7:35AM Sport Climbing: Men’s Final (Speed) 6:20AM - 8:00AM Fencing: Mixed Team Quarterfinals 7:35AM - 11:23AM Sport Climbing: Men’s Final (Boulder) 8:00AM - 10:10AM Fencing: Mixed Team Semifinals 9:50AM - 2:50PM Taekwondo: Eliminations 9:50AM - 8:03PM Futsal: First Round 10:10AM - 2:18PM Fencing: Mixed Team Finals 11:40AM - 3:08PM Sport Climbing: Men’s Final (Lead) 11:50AM - 5:33PM Table Tennis: Singles Finals 12:35PM - 3:58PM Breaking: Mixed Team Preliminaries 1:50PM - 5:43PM Swimming: Finals 2:50PM - 7:03PM Taekwondo: Finals Day 6 (Thursday Oct. 11) 5:20AM - 4:33AM Hockey: Pool Play 5:50AM - 9:33AM Swimming: Preliminaries 5:50AM - 12:20PM Basketball 3x3: Pool Play 5:50AM - 4:03PM Tennis: Men’s Singles Semifinals/Mixed Doubles Second Round 6:50AM - 11:03AM Cycling: BMX Freestyle Final 7:50AM - 1:23PM Badminton: Singles Semifinals 9:50AM - 8:03PM Futsal: First Round 10:20AM - 3:28PM Athletics: First Round 12:20PM - 3:58PM Breaking: Mixed Team Final 12:50PM - 7:08PM Artistic Gymnastics: Men’s All-Around Final 1:50PM - 5:33PM Swimming: Finals 1:50PM - 7:03PM Badminton: Team Semifinals Day 7 (Friday Oct. 12) 4:50AM - 9:50AM Hockey: Men’s Quarterfinals 5:50AM - 9:33AM Swimming: Preliminaries 5:50AM - 1:03PM Basketball 3x3: Pool Play 5:50AM - 4:03PM Tennis: Men’s Singles and Women’s Doubles Bronze Medal Matches/Mixed Double Quarterfinals 5:50AM - 10:20AM Beach Handball: Consolation and Main Round 6:50AM - 9:20AM Badminton: Singles Bronze Medal Match 9:20AM - 11:20AM Badminton: Team Bronze Medal Match 9:50AM - 8:03PM Futsal: First Round 9:50AM - 4:03PM Hockey: Women’s Quarterfinals 10:20AM - 3:33PM Athletics: First Round 10:20AM - 3:53PM Beach Handball: Classification Matches 11:20AM - 6:48PM Badminton: Gold Medal Matches 12:50PM - 5:33PM Artistic Gymnastics: Women’s All-Around Final 1:50PM - 5:53PM Swimming: Finals Enjoy The Games !
  2. 2 points
    Which most likely is a bit of an overreaction...I highly doubt Kavanaugh being accepted will change everything for 20+ years.
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    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqnqk-kKtUY5C9RZH5BWqydDHmFTx75rk&disable_polymer=true
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    No elimination rounds? Atleast one event needs to have elimination round to create a sudden death type of situation. Also, simple addition of points for All-Around competition is so 20th century.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofChsLBfBp0
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    @intoronto Check the link of song >>>>> "video not available" (already reported by @konig ) @dezbee2008 @Olympian1010
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    Individual cases, yes. But people like to overreact to everything.... Just by reading the comments on CNN Fb posts about this, Kavanaugh seems to have the power to change laws at will lol
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    But will definitely affect cases for the next few years
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    So I've just completed my first listen and, as always, one song stood out as a huge favorite for the maximum points. Also, I'd say the entries of Open and Annual are becoming more different every year.
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    Heynckes is retired, and he has said he will not return to Bayern again. (But he has said that before )
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    World records for Nicholas Santos in the 50 fly and Alia Atkinson in the 50 breast. http://www.omegatiming.com/File/Download?id=00011201080104EB04FFFFFFFFFFFF01 http://www.omegatiming.com/File/Download?id=00011201080203EB04FFFFFFFFFFFF01
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    So Indonesia’s President is basically James Bond from what I’ve seen at the Asian Games and Para Games
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    They would have to use like 5 cameras and one commentator so....It’d be a whole thing.
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    yep, I understand that covering canoeing must be a real hardcore
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    There will be two more special awards. Here are they exemplified with the Jubilee results. J'en Suis La Award - Nation who climbed the most between the half-way point and the end (2018 Annual - France - climbed from 33rd to 10th) Passionfruit Award - Nation who scored the most consistent points (2018 Annual - Canada - 80% of their scores were 5s, 6s and 7s) They are named after the French and Canadian songs who "achieved" them at the Jubilee. Therefore the specified awards will be a part of the Jubilee legacy.
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    this is a CET schedule, but it's in Italian language... https://www.oasport.it/2018/09/olimpiadi-giovanili-2018-il-calendario-e-le-date-programma-orari-e-tv-giorno-per-giorno-a-buenos-aires/
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    Totallympics TV Can’t get enough of people talking before the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics? No fear! The Olympism In Action Forum is here!
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    Yes, which is how Nauru won a medal in 2010. One win and you are a medalist (four boxers have that chance)
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    To be fair, one should also not be afraid to say they voted for Trump. People can agree or disagree with a certain candidate but in most cases someone who votes for candidate X isn't automatically stupid or something just because you and/or I don't agree with this specific candidate.
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    Jimmy Duquennoy has died yesterday due to a cardiac arrest, 23 years old. https://www.procyclingstats.com/rider/jimmy-duquennoy
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    Dara Howell out for the season with a torn ACL
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    Indonesia's case is lack of fund and planning..
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