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hckosice

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  1. Men´s Junior Individual Normal Hill (5km) Gundersen: 1. Julian Schmid 13:43.0 2. Johannes Lamparter 13:48.3 3. Jens Luraas Oftebro 13:56.5  Full Final Result HERE
  2. Women´s Junior Individual Normal Hill (5km) Gundersen: 1. Ayane Miyazaki 17:43.8 2. Gyda Westvold Hansen 17:47.4 3. Anju Nakamura 18:02.3  Full Final Result HERE
  3. Men´s Under 23 15km Freestyle: 1. Jules Lapierre 34:02.8 2. Michal Novak 34:32.6 3. Ivan Yakimushkin 34:32.8 Full Final Result HERE
  4. Women´s Under 23 10km Freestyle: 1. Mariya Istomina 25:57.3 2. Eveliina Piippo 25:59.3 3. Tiril Udnes Weng 26:26.9 Full Final Result HERE
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    Summer Olympic Games 2016 Replay Videos

    Yep, exactly the source I am using for our Thread now I just have to make every action it´s own link, like you can see just finished Day 1 lol
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    Summer Olympic Games 2016 Replay Videos

    I don´t know what exactly happened, but a couple of months back they updated their website and for some reason the Rio and PyeongChang videos disappeared. even if like you can see there quite a lot of the Rio videos missing now, it´s great to see them back, now I´m working on the PyeongChang videos and it looks like there everything back so far
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    Figure Skating ISU European Championships 2019

    new pb for Nicole Rajičová. with a very nice short program today. way to go Nicole
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    Summer Olympic Games 2016 Replay Videos

    Every available finals updated Unfortunately ther a lot of missing events, so if anyone find a link for one of the events below would be amazing Missing events M Air Rifle Equestrian Eventing Individuals and Teams final M 20km Race Walk W 20km Race Walk W -75kg Weightlifting W 3m individual springboard diving Greco-Roman Wrestling 85kg + 130kg Weightlifting +105kg M Equestrian Jumping individual and Teams Sailing Day 13 medal races (470 M/470 W/49er/49er FX) W Football final W Handball Bronze medal match Taekwondo +67kg W and +80kg M M Basketball final + the available but currently not working videos the Fencing Day 5 events W Foil and M Sabre Weightlifting W +75kg Sailing Day 11 medals Races (Laser/laser Radial/Finn/Nacra 17) W Football Bronze medal match
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    Summer Olympic Games 2016 Replay Videos

    First 7 days updated, just click on the link of the day of the competition in the opening post and then on the link of the event you are searching for. (unfortunately there some events missing - so far: M Air Rifle Equestrian Eventing Individuals and Teams final M 20km Race Walk W -75kg Weightlifting + as mentioned the video of the Fencing Day 5 events W Foil and M Sabre is not working right now Will work on the days 8-16 later today. stay tuned
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    Summer Olympic Games 2016 Replay Videos

    well apparently not everything...day 2, 3, 4 and 5 updated (missing for day 3 Mens Air Rifle and for day 4 the Equestrian eventing + the video of day 5 fencing W Foil and M Sabre is for some reason not working) so if anyone can find them, please feel free to unveil the link, I´ll add them into our list
  11. hckosice

    Summer Olympic Games 2016 Replay Videos

    Everything is apparently back. Day 1 updated Here
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    Weightlifting 2019 Discussion Thread

    Just found it, have not chacked everything, but apparently the videos are still available, you just have to write this: | Rio 2016 Replays and just write before the event you want like Athletics Day 7 Integrated morning | Rio 2016 Replays https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/video/detail/athletics-integrated-day-7-morning-rio-2016-replays/ I´ll try to update the Rio video replays thread with tha available videos
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    Weightlifting 2019 Discussion Thread

    Until last year almost everything (except a couple of equestrian and sailing events) was available on the Olympic Channel, I was lucky to made all availabe events before they removed the videos
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    Weightlifting 2019 Discussion Thread

    That´s really sad, I´m not a weightlifting hard die fan but I do love watching the major events (especially at the olympics, not really about WCh) and when I had my Rio 2016 rewatching last year (rewatched on the Olympic channel every final of the games event by event following the schedule ) I really liked Tanasan, the way she won the first weightlifting event of the games, so I´m really sad about that
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    Floorball Discussion Thread

    2019 Women´s World Championships in Neuchatel (SUI) qualifications upcomming in the next days Qualifications The IFF has received 30 registrations for the 12th IFF Women´s World Floorball Championships, to be held in December 2019 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Switzerland, as the host country, receive automatic qualification, while all other 29 countries must compete for the remaining 15 places. For Belgium and Philippines this will be their first ever WFC qualification event. The Final Round will be held with 16 teams, divided into 4 groups according to their ranking and ballot draw. In Europe, there will be four qualification groups with two event locations - Gdansk (Poland) & Trencin (Slovakia) The Asia-Oceania qualification will be held in Bangkok, Thailand The Americas qualification will be played near Detroit, USA. EUR1 EUR3 30.01 - 3.02.2019 Gdansk, Poland 30.01 - 3.02.2019 Gdansk, Poland Sweden (1)* Czech Republic Norway (9) Poland (7) Denmark (10) Estonia (16) Slovenia (25) Italy (21) France (27) Belgium (-) EUR2 EUR4 30.01 - 3.02.2019 Trencin, Slovakia 31.01 - 3.02.2019 Trencin, Slovakia Finland (2) Latvia (5) Germany (8) Slovakia (6) Russia (13) Hungary (17) Spain (23) Netherlands (18) Austria (29) AOFC 27.01.-1.02.2019 Bangkok, Thailand Group A Group B Australia (12) Japan (14) Thailand (19) Singapore (15) New Zealand (20) Republic of Korea (24) Philippines (32) Malaysia (26) AMER 8.- 9.02.2019 Detroit, USA USA (11) Canada (21) *Numbers in brackets show the current ranking based on the results from the last two WFC events, or according to participation in regional international tournaments. Countries with no ranking are participating in their first WFC and will receive a ranking after the event. ^Switzerland being the organiser is directly qualified. Qualification System In Europe, each team will play once against each of the other teams in their group. Based on the results from these group matches, a total of 10 teams will qualify according to the following: - The two best teams from each qualification group will qualify; and - The the two best 3rd placed teams will qualify. The calculation of the best 3rd teams will follow this order: 1. Average number of points 2. Average goal difference 3. Average scored goals 4. Lottery drawing* *Since the number of teams between the qualification groups differs, the group sizes will be equalised by removing the results from the matches against the lowest placed teams in the larger-sized group before comparing the average results. In AOFC, the teams are divided into two groups and the teams will play once against each of the other teams in their group. Based on the results from these group matches the teams will progress to the play-off rounds, as follows and four teams will qualify: - 1st in Group A & Group B progress to the final and qualify directly to the WFC Final round - 2nd in each group play a quarter final against the 3rd placed team from the other group. The winners of this progress to the 3rd placed match and both qualify directly to the WFC Final round In Americas, the teams will play each other twice and based on the results of these matches, one team will qualify.
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