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    NTV Sport will show it soon, it always has a delay of about 10 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnoble82 View Post
    Hi. I've subscribed to both icenetwork and universal sports online to watch streaming but i can't find it on US and the Icenetwork is not working for me. Is US streaming on line and can someone link it? Thank you!
    What is your problem with IN? It doesn't work for me on my regular browser but it does work if I open it through Internet Explorer

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    I finally got it to load. Thanks for the answer on US though! :-)

    My issue is I would click "watch" and the box would pop up then turn black and nothing would load. right now it has loaded but it is choppy. I use chrome. Maybe I will try IE and it will be good for something for once :-)

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    It's on NTV Sport now !

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    Zhang/Toth: crashy double twist, but solid sbs 3t and throw salchow. DIdn't impress me as much as I thought/hoped it would, but I look forward to a more relaxed skate. Toth seemed VERY nervous stepping onto the ice, I was fully expecting a fall, but he held it together (she didn't seem to have an issue). Issues with spin unison, but that's a given with pairs these days. Good senior debut.

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    Moore-Towers/Moscovitch: she had a hand down on the sbs triples. They really jump very closely together, and that makes those errors look terrifying. The rest was clean. Not nearly as fast or intricate as the music demanded, but you can definitely see the difference in ice command/performance and interpretation. I love their spins - so fast and the unison is quite strong for such a new team.

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    I'm watching IN through Firefox & it is choppy also...may just be the feed. Who are the commentators on IN??? Anyone know??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
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    wow. good for them!

    their previous PB was 53.68 from Skate Canada this year.
    Last edited by Scout; 11-12-2010 at 10:23 PM.

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    Thanks for your first time reports!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
    Toth seemed VERY nervous stepping onto the ice, I was fully expecting a fall, but he held it together (she didn't seem to have an issue).
    That's always been the impression I got from watching them. Felicia is the stronger skater of the two, competing well in junior singles in addition to pairs. This seems to be a common issue in many pairs, no? Hope Toth can get it together because God knows there's tons of room at the top for one team to really break out in American pairs.

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    Soblova/Klimov: Oooh, that was intriguing. Intense, firey performance from the young juniors. The pairs field in Russia is crazy deep. No visible errors. Crazy hydroblading move into the death spiral. Slight stumble from him in the closing pose.

    No flash photography. I really wish the announcer would be more insulting when he does these things. Explain to those who don't understand that sudden flashes while carrying 80-100 pounds above your head could be detrimental to the skater's health.

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    Stoblova, apologies:

    53.73 (only a double twist, but lovely throw triple flip).

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    The Russian pair pretty good but still look a little juniorish to me.

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