What you need to know, in quick, easily digestible bullet points. a;ldkfa;idfhoieHFOiehfd So that didn’t go…quite as planned But much like the women’s team final, if you didn’t watch the meet and simply looked at […]
It’s the Simone show.
After that, we think it’s the Morgan show.
After that, it’s the 78 people show? Murakami? Melnikova? Black? De Jesus Dos Santos? Derwael?
The mysteries we face…
What you need to know, in quick, easily digestible bullet points. So here’s the thing about tiebreaks I like them The goal is to decide who was the best one, so if you need a […]
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Anyway, to the competition! Is Xiao starting a streak? Or is it the age of the No-Kohei free-for-all? We shall learn the answer.
Our lead rotation group features Xiao, Nagornyy, Mikulak, Dalaloyan, Sun, and Kenzo. Clean performances from the first three in qualification gave themselves quite a buffer over the rest, but the other three all had their mistakes that, if rectified, can put them right up among the top options. The same holds for James Hall or Kazuma Kaya. And what of Oleg down in the third group but still being Oleg?
What you need to know, in quick, easily digestible bullet points. Just as we all expected, the medals in the women’s team final went to the US, Russia, and China in that order Probably nothing […]
Russia, China, and the race for silver. That’s what qualification told us today would be about, as Russia finished just .301 ahead of China. Those performances were very even. But watch out for the parade […]
What you need to know, in quick, easily digestible bullet points. Sweet lord If you didn’t watch, be glad you’re not 285 years older at this moment because the rest of us sure are Anyway, […]