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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortius19 View Post
    As much as I would love to take 10 days vacation and stay home all day watching T&F, I'm saving my vacation for travel.
    Not many can watch it all on Gold live, but when we can, it's worth every penny. I think I can do about 75%. The rest will be NBCSp with just a little time-delay.
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    I tend to hook up my old laptop (cracked screen) to big-screen TV and have the main (track) feed on it. Use my un-cracked laptop to tab between live-results/forum chat/field streams. And my phone to follow social media.

    Uber-fans will also need a cooler full of icy-cold beers, some snacks, and - optimally - a bucket next to their seat..
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    Fifteen or twenty years ago, I had a huge (for the time) Mitsubishi TV that would show multiple picture-in-picture at the same time. When it expired, I was told a new picture tube would cost $1500 if they could find one. The TV only cost $750 new.
    I bought a bigger new CRT TV with one pic-in -pic for about $500. When it gave up the ghost, I bought a new bigger HD flatscreen for about the same price. ... but it only shows one screen at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vault-emort View Post
    ...my old laptop (cracked screen)...
    Smooching Pauline Hanson again?


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    Uber-fans will also need a cooler full of icy-cold beers, some snacks, and - optimally - a bucket next to their seat..
    Homer has the answer for you!

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    The IAAF have put the full sessions (world feed) from London 2017 up on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...ZBKNU-rJWWeq0y
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    #86
    Day 1 Friday 9/27
    NBCSN 630 am - 11 am live
    No repeats
    Olympic 2 pm - 5 pm
    Repeat on nbcsn 5-8 pm

    Day 2 Saturday 9/28
    Olympic 630 am - 1130 am live
    NBC 1130 am - 1230 pm live
    Repeat on nbcsn 6-930 pm (a shortened version of the 6 live hrs)

    Day 3 Sunday 9/29
    NBC 9 am - 1030 am not a live show
    Repeat on Olympic 530-7 pm
    NBCSN 1030 am - 130 pm
    Couldn’t find any repeats

    Day 4 Monday 9/30
    Olympic 7 am - 9 am live
    No repeats
    Olympic 10 am - 1 pm
    Repeats: 4-6 pm on nbcsn and 6-9 pm on Olympic channel

    Day 5 Tuesday 10/1
    NBCSN 630 am - 9 am live
    No repeats
    NBCSN 1030 am - 1 pm live
    Repeat: 6-830 pm on Olympic channel

    Day 6 Wednesday 10/2
    NBCSN 630 am - 130 pm
    Couldn’t find any repeats

    Guide stops Wednesday afternoon so will add later for the rest of the days
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    #88
    Thank you both!
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    #89
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    NBC Gold has put its schedule up. It looks like each field-event final will have its own stream (probably without commentary, as in the past), the marathons and walks will have their own streams. The "Track Events" streams are probably like those for the Diamond League meets, i.e. mixed races and field coverage, with no respect shown to races over 1500 meters. In Rio and London, they had track-only coverage w/o commentary, but it doesn't look like we will get that this year. I hope I'm wrong, but it looks like distance-running fans are again getting f^^)^)d over.
    No cheer here,
    Alan Shank
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    #90
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    How many people on this board care about seeing races of more than four laps in their entirety?

    Does anyone know of any online source that will have a races-only stream?
    Cheers,
    Alan Shank
    AKA The Mad Splitter
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