Oh no! I hope Yuzu is alright!
And if he is not, I hope he does withdraw. Because we don't want him doing himself any serious damage.
Anyway, I have just posted the adjusted schedule for the Eurosport coverage (along with Ana's livestreams) in the Worlds Coverage thread.
It is too long a message to quote the whole thing here (there were a LOT of changes to be made!), so here is the link:
And here is a summary:
Hope this helps
If Yuzu is really injured I doubt Brian would let him go on. Or anyone in his team tbh. I hope he doesn't feel like he has to be perfect and perform regardless, he isn't a machine and he doesn't need to prove anything to anyone
Since I posted my update 45 minutes ago, the Eurosport schedules have changed AGAIN!!!
The highlights of the Pairs FS are not starting until 07:30 GMT (08:30 CET), and are back to being 30 minutes long.
Here is the updated summary:
ESP1 07:30 - 08:00 GMT (08:30 - 09:00 CET) Free Pairs
ESP1 08:00 - 12:15 GMT (09:00 - 13:15 CET) Men's Free LIVE
ESP1 12:15 – 13:30 GMT (13:15 – 14:30 CET) Short Dance
BES1 22:30 – 23:30 GMT Men’s Free
BES1 23:30 – 00:30 GMT Short Dance
And here are the livestreams:
Eurosport 1 International livestream
British Eurosport 1 livestream
Why does anybody bother looking up Eurosport's schedules and trying to make plans accordingly?!
Looks like YesWay's reply when I originally posted the schedules last week was spot on:
Yuzuru was on practice today doing LP
Good luck to all the skaters we love
Skating all the Free skates we love a lot less :P
Come on Eurosport. We've already seen the pairs. Anyway Good Luck to all the men, but especially Machida. I hope he can produce a great program and shut his nay-sayers up. And maybe Kozuka can sneak in on a medal. *wishfulthinking*