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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to Agger in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    Man what a terrible 1st period! 0-1
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    As I said, nothing is over in this sport until the last second, it took only 6 minutes in the 2nd period and BLR tied the score 2-2, there no way they will lose this one
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    The head to head result is first tie-breaker.
     
    In case of two or more teams finish at same points, the direct results between them will be taken into account. So if BLR does not win in Regulation Time and we will succeed tonight also in Regulation Time then yes in this case everything will be over.
     
    But it is still far from to be done. To be honest I am quite worried about tonights match, after watched Poland team effort and their american goalie performance and our totally unimpressive last yesterday period plus our awfull power plays.
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to phelps in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    @hckošice are you still with us? 🤣
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to NearPup in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    Official report shows 46, which is still... a lot. Poland only had 19 shots.
     
    Belarus can still probably qualify with two regulation wins (assuming Murray isn't randomly on the form of his life and Poland just takes this tournament) but it's definitively a terrible start for them.
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    ahjfcshfghb got a reaction from NearPup in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    John Murray shut-out with 70 shots...
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to phelps in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    All games of groups D & E are available for free on the Olympic Channel website...
     
    right now, I can't see any link to Group F games, but they could be available as well...need to check later in the afternoon, when the competition starts...
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    ahjfcshfghb got a reaction from Gianlu33 in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    If Slovakia loses out on an Olympic place to a team ranked below Spain and a team that bought a third of its players from North America, this will be a great injustice. 
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    That must be some curse or I do not know. this is just written in advance all over. we are doomed.
     
     
     
    Feherváry the Washington DC "taxi team" prospect was expected to be very likely our most important top line blueliner of this team was injured in yesterdays evening training. a minor muscle injury but can't play for a week I just can´t ! I never felt so devastated like these last two weeks after the information from our NHLers. I feel so bad, so scraed and so helpless
     
    I am in situation now that I do not want to even open any news site... I opened our news site a couple of minutes ago and boom..Feherváry out for injury
     

     
    Honnestly If it will end the way I am afraid, I will probably need a break from sport, everything
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    Team rosters for the Bratislava group
     
    Slovakia
     
    GK: Adam Húska (Hartford Wolf Pack, AHL, USA), Branislav Konrád (HC Olomouc, CZE), Patrik Rybár (Dinamo Minsk, KHL, BLR)
     
    DEF: Peter Čerešňák (HC Plzeň, CZE), Marek Ďaloga (HC Kometa Brno, CZE), Martin Fehérváry (Washington Capitals, NHL, USA), Martin Gernát (HC Lausanne, SUI), Mário Grman (HPK Hämmenlina, FIN), Christián Jaroš (New Jersey Devils, NHL, USA), Samuel Kňažko (TPS Turku, FIN), Martin Marinčin (HC Oceláři Třinec, CZE), Šimon Nemec (HK Nitra)
     
    FRW: Peter Cehlárik (Avangard Omsk, KHL, RUS), Marko Daňo (No Club), Dávid Gríger (Bílí Tygři Liberec, CZE), Marek Hrivík (Torpedo Nizhniy Novgorod, KHL, RUS), Libor Hudáček (Neftechimik Nizhnekamsk, KHL, RUS), Tomáš Jurčo (No Club), Miloš Kelemen (BK Mladá Boleslav, CZE), Róbert Lantoši (Rögle BK, SWE), Kristián Pospíšil (Lukko Rauma, FIN), Miloš Roman (HC Oceláři Třinec, CZE), Adam Ružička (Calgary Flames, NHL, CAN), Juraj Slafkovský (TPS Turku, FIN), Marián Studenič (New Jersey Devils, NHL, USA).
     
    Coach: Craig Ramsay ( )
     
     
    Belarus
     
    GK: Alexej Kolosov, Ivan Kulbakov (both Dinamo Minsk, KHL), Danny Taylor (No Club)
     
    DEF: Nick Bailen (Traktor Chelyabinsk, KHL, RUS), Kirill Gotovets (Avangard Omsk, KHL, RUS), Vladislav Yeremenko, Sergei Sapego (all Dynamo Minsk, KHL), Vladislav Kolyachonok (Tucson Roadrunners, AHL, USA), Dmitriy Korobov (Spartak Moscow, KHL, RUS), Yevgenij Lisovets (Salavat Yulaev Ufa, KHL, RUS), Ilia Soloviev (Stockton Heat, AHL, USA), Christian Henkel (AK Bars Kazan, KHL, RUS)
     
    FRW: Vladimir Alistrov, Dmitriy Buinitskii, Artem Demkov, Alexander Pavlovich, Ilia Usov (all Dinamo Minsk, KHL), Vladislav Kodola (Severstal Cherepovets, KHL, RUS), Nikita Komarov, Francis Paré (both Avangard Omsk, KHL, RUS), Jeff Platt (Salavat Yulaev Ufa, KHL, RUS), Shane Prince (Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg, KHL, RUS), Alexei Protas (Hershey Bears, AHL, USA), Andrej Stas (Traktor Chelyabinsk, KHL, RUS), Yegor Sharangovich (New Jersey Devils, NHL, USA).
     
    Coach: Craig Woodcroft ( )
     
     
    Austria
     
    GK: David Kickert, Bernhard Starkbaum (both Vienna Capitals, EBEL), Alexander Schmidt (VSV Villach, EBEL)
     
    DEF: Dominic Hackl (Vienna Capitals, EBEL), Dominique Heinrich, Alexander Pallestrang, Kilian Zündel (all Salzburg, EBEL), Clemens Unterweger, Martin Schumnig, Steven Strong (all Klagenfurt, EBEL), Stefan Ulmer (La Chaux de Fonds, SUI), Bernd Wolf (Lugano, SUI)
     
    FRW: Benjamin Baumgartner (Lausanne, SUI), Manuel Ganahl, Thomas Hundertpfund, Lukas Haudum (alli Klagenfurt, EBEL), Raphael Herburger (Lugano, SUI), Brian Lebler (Linz, EBEL), Patrick Obrist (Kloten, SUI), Thomas Raffl, Mario Huber, Ali Wukovits, Peter Schneider (all Salzburg, EBEL), Marco Rossi (Minnesota Wild, NHL, USA), Dominic Zwerger (Ambri-Piotta, SUI).
     
    Coach: Roger Bader ( )
     
     
    Poland
     
    GK: John Murray (GKS Katowice), Michal Kieler (GKS Jastrzebie), Ondřej Raszka (GKS Tychy)
     
    DEF: Jakub Wanacki, Patryk Wajda (both GKS Katowice), Marcin Kolusz (No Club), Kamil Gorny, Mateusz Bryk, Yevgeniy Kamenev, Arkadiusz Kostek, Kamil Gorny (all GKS Jastrzebie), Bartosz Ciura (Frýdek Místek, CZE), Oskar Jaskiewicz (No Club)
     
    FRW: Aron Chmielewski (Oceláři Třinec, CZE), Krystian Dziubinski (Unia Osviecim), Filip Komorski, Alan Lyszczarczyk (both Frýdek Místek, CZE), Matieusz Michalski, Grzegorz Pasiut, Patryk Wronka (all GSK Katowice), Dominik Pas (Dukla Ingema Michalovce, SVK), Martin Przygodzki (Zaglebie Sosnowiec), Filip Starzynski (GKS Tychy), Kamil Walega (MHK Liptovský Mikuláš, SVK), Pawel Zygmunt (HC Litvínov, CZE), Maciej Urbanowicz (GKS Jastrzebie).
     
    Coach: Róbert Kaláber ( )
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    Exhibition Games Results
    (23.08.2021)
     
    Denmark    11 - 2  South Korea 
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to stepansevs in Women's Ice Hockey IIHF World Championship 2021   
    I remember that they showed final Olympic match qualifying between CZE and SUI last time (4 years ago).
     
    But it Is shamed that they do not show world championship. Volleyball, Handball, Basketball yes (if they have rights for it), florbal!!! (Every match in group (not only Czech) when nothing new will happen (in semifinal FIN, SWE, SUI, CZE) and result 16:0,... Sledge hockey, sure, we need to show it,... But world women hockey Championship not? It is really shamed.
     
    And Olympic women ice hockey Championship only might show? What else?
     
     
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Women's Ice Hockey IIHF World Championship 2021   
    Yes, women hockey sadly is still struggling to find appropriate attention and popularity in our areas. Same in Slovakia, I still remember the small shy attempt of hype during the Vancouver Olympics but it never really happen to succeed into something bigger. Outside of the Olympics there generally only a very small attention to women hockey in the medias.
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022   
    yeah, that will be simply devastating. A total blank, emptiness a national disaster that will be really difficult to overcome.
     
    yeah I think something like that yes, or maybe something like in Basketball this year or failing to qualify for last WC in Russia..and probably even more painful
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in Shooting at the Summer Olympic Games 2020   
    gutted for here obviously
     
    but again super happy to follow the Czech national championships in the M Trap
     
    Gratulace bratři @Jan Linha @Hipooo @stepansevs @ahjfcshfghb
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to Griff88 in How many medals do you expect from your Nation at the 2020 Olympics? (Final Version)   
    And from that we can be sure that the writing is genuinely American product 
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to hckošice in How many medals do you expect from your Nation at the 2020 Olympics? (Final Version)   
    The most reliable press agency of the world the american AP presented the medal predictions for the Olympics
     
    They predicted 4 medals to Slovakia, all in canoe sports, 3 in Canoe Slalom and 1 in Canoe Sprint
     
    however...
     
    it has a small...
     
    problem...
     
    actually 2 of them are from athletes
     
    Peter Kauzer and Eva Tercelj
     

     
    https://apnews.com/article/sports-2020-tokyo-olympics-africa-canada-middle-east-b95fdb2d762d7fbcf16e6555effc47be
     
     
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to tirtha22 in Tokyo Summer Olympic Games 2020 News   
    South Sudan's track and field team has been stuck in Japan since late 2019 after the Olympics got postponed due to Covid. The locals crowd funded their stay.
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to Jur in Athletics Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games   
    So WA changed some things around according to this: https://www.worldathletics.org/competitions/olympic-games/the-xxxii-olympic-games-athletics-7132391/athletes?urlSlug=the-xxxii-olympic-games-athletics-7132391&competitionGroup=olympic-games&disciplineCode=&sexCode=&countryCode=
     
     is now on men's 800.  in women's 1500,  in womens 400 hurdles,  and  in men's 1500,  in 110 hurdles.
     
     doesn't have a female listed anymore, and  is still in 100m.
     
    I don't know if any other changes where made.
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to Jan Linha in Swimming Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games   
    Just read news that FINA is investigating swimming federation for fake results to favor the home swimmers. According to the source - Czech news. It says that meeting in November and April have been partially manipulated. According to FINA one swimmer provided some proofs including bribery offer and documents with the real results ....
     
    Well, well, well..... This is going to be interesting??
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    ahjfcshfghb got a reaction from thepharoah in Equestrian at the Summer Olympic Games 2020   
    I'm not sure this is a story we would cover unless it's really blatant corruption (vs. just a disputed selection process) but if Joanne/Sameh wants to reach out to the content editor with a pitch for a story, they definitely can. http://aroundtherings.com/site/303/About-Us/Contact-Us If they do I'll let the editors know.
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to szy123 in Tokyo Summer Olympic Games 2020 News   
    Well, I guess most of them is used to it by this point. It's sad, but it's not a big surprise. But that's definitely a major failure from Japan – as @nenadsaid, it's unbelievable how a country so rich and so developed could basically fuck up vaccinations so much. 
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to Jack Gonçalves in Athletics Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games   
    Agate is illegal in Portugal and cannot travel outside of the country...
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    ahjfcshfghb got a reaction from LowerSaxony in Athletics Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games   
    @dcro @Jur @Makedonas @JoshMartini007 @LowerSaxony I'm thinking of writing a story about World Athletics denying non-100m athletes universality spots... people deserve to know about it. If anyone knows of any other cases where athletes were denied spots and replaced by sprinters, please let me know! So far we have  Tyrone Smith (long jump) and  Gopi Chandra Parki (marathon), but I bet there could be more.
     
    In the 100m start lists, eight athletes I found are specialized in other events, according to World Athletics records.
    Women:  (400m/800m),  (triple jump),  (100m hurdles),  (400m hurdles) Men:  (5000m/10000m),  (1500m),  (110m hurdles),  (800m/1500m)
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    ahjfcshfghb reacted to Makedonas in Athletics Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games   
    I've said this like 100 times already, but the Armenian girl used to be a Greek triple jumper. She switched to Armenia a few weeks ago (probably has distant Armenian roots based on her surname and the fact that many Armenians settled in Greece after the Armenian Genocide), then ran her first 100m a week and a half ago.
     
    It seems like all she wanted was to get an Olympic chance, hence the switch to Armenia and probably at that point she was willing to do 100m. No way was she going to decide not to go to Tokyo simply because she couldn't get into her preferred event after she already switched to Armenia (presumably only for the Olympic chance). With Greece she never would've had a chance of getting a universality spot.
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