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Live Olympics chat with Paul Farhi and Tomoeh Tse

Join media reporter Paul Farhi and financial reporter Tomoeh Tse, a former competitive figure skater, during NBC's primetime coverage of the Games. Tonight, ladies' figure skating begins with the short program.

We'll kick things off around 8 p.m. Join the conversation below:

By Lindsay Applebaum  |  February 23, 2010; 5:13 PM ET
Categories:  Figure Skating , Live chats , Vancouver 2010  
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It seems like sometimes the best skaters don't skate until the end. (Which creates some suspense and is probably great for TV ratings.) Other times it seems more mixed up. Do the best-ranked skaters tend to skate in the last batches? How is that determined? Wondering as the women's skating is about to start.

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