In less than 24 hours Jeffrey, along with TeamSwiderPeltz teammate Brian Hansen, and Joey Mantia will be racing in the Team Pursuit event at the ISU Speedskating World Cup in Astana, Kazakhstan. First World Cup for both of them this year and pumped to watch Brian make his Speedskating comeback on the World Cup stage. For those that don't know, the Team Pursuit consists of 3 skaters from the same country working together racing one other country at a time. Fastest time wins overall (so even if you lose to your pair, if you're still one of the fastest teams you can place overall! Different from the Olympics setup. Here's an example from my Olympic race in Vancouver 2010: https://youtu.be/l62SPPqPj-s?t=22m38s
Anyways. The main reason for this post is that the boys race at 8:20am CST tomorrow morning SHARP and if you want to watch them live, you'll have to change your IP address to one from the Netherlands. To do that, on the computer I've opened up my Chrome browser and downloaded AnonyMox here: (there should pop up an X in the top right corner of the browser. Now change the identity to the Netherlands flag) https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/anonymox/icpklikeghomkemdellmmkoifgfbakio?hl=en
Or I downloaded on my iPhone this app that changes your IP address as well:
hide.me VPN - Free VPN Proxy for Secure Browsing
I used the App on my phone above and it worked well today watching the 5k men racing. So once you've changed your IP address, go to this site and click the play button at the top: http://www.eurovisionsports.tv/isu/
If further questions, message me on Facebook or text me preferably tonight because tomorrow morning I'm watching them myself, training then listening to Wheaton College's round 3 playoff game that my younger brother, Johnny, will maybe be playing in. Chaotic day in the life of Nancy Jr!
1 Corinthians 9:25