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    2018 Skate Canada

    OK, so because I am getting so confused, it is going to take a bit longer to make out the post than it did last week.

    So, what I’ll do is post what I have done so far (i.e. British Eurosport), and then add in the other versions over the next day or so.

    Sorry if this causes any inconvenience to our continental friends

    CaroLiza_fan


    EDIT: Please be aware that the times for some of the LIVE broadcasts listed below bare no resemblance to the actual schedule of Skate Canada. But, that's Eurosport's TV Schedules for you!

    So, if you want watch LIVE, I would advise you to instead make your plans using the coloured time schedule with the aid of a time converter


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October.
    The schedule up to and including Saturday is in Daylight Savings Time. So, BST (British Summer Time) is GMT+1, and CEST (Central European Summer Time) is GMT+2
    The schedule from Sunday onwards is back to normal time. So, GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) is GMT+0, and CET (Central European Time) is GMT+1



    Channel Eurosport Website Eurosport Player Website
    Name Country TV Schedule
    (yesterday, today, and next 14 days;
    no streaming listings)
    Search Term TV Schedule
    (past 7 days, today, and next 7 days;
    streaming listings)
    Direct Link To Figure Skating TV Schedule Direct Link To Figure Skating On Demand
    Eurosport International Albania,
    Iceland,
    Latvia,
    Lithuania,
    Slovenia,
    other European countries
    http://www.eurosport.com/tvschedule.shtml Skating http://www.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://www.eurosportplayer.com/sche...ure-skating/46 https://www.eurosportplayer.com/on-d...ure-skating/46
    British Eurosport Ireland,
    UK
    http://www.eurosport.co.uk/tvschedule.shtml Skating http://gb.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://gb.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://gb.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Deutschland Austria,
    Germany,
    Liechtenstein
    http://www.eurosport.de/tvschedule.shtml Eiskunstlauf http://de.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://de.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://de.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport France Belgium,
    France,
    Luxembourg,
    Monaco,
    Switzerland
    http://www.eurosport.fr/tvschedule.shtml Patinage http://fr.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://fr.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://fr.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Asia Asia http://asia.eurosport.com/tvschedule.shtml Skating
    Eurosport Australia Australia http://au.eurosport.com/tvschedule.shtml Skating
    Eurosport Bulgaria Bulgaria http://www.eurosport.bg/tvschedule.shtml Пързаляне
    Eurosport Czech Czech Republic,
    Slovakia
    http://www.eurosport.cz/tvschedule.shtml Krasobruslení http://www.eurosportplayer.cz/schedule.shtml https://cz.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://cz.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Danmark Denmark Kunstskøjteløb http://dk.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://dk.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://dk.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport España Spain http://www.eurosport.es/tvschedule.shtml Patinaje http://es.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://es.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://es.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Hungary Hungary http://www.eurosport.hu/tvschedule.shtml Mûkorcsolya https://hu.eurosportplayer.com/schedule https://hu.eurosportplayer.com/sched...re-skating/46/ https://hu.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Italia Italy http://it.eurosport.com/tvschedule.shtml Pattinaggio http://it.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://it.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://it.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Nederland Belgium,
    Netherlands
    http://www.eurosport.nl/tvschedule.shtml Kunstschaatsen http://nl.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://nl.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://nl.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Norge Norway http://www.eurosport.no/tvschedule.shtml Kunstløp http://no.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://no.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://no.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Polska Poland http://tv.eurosport.pl/tvschedule.shtml Łyżwiarstwo http://pl.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://pl.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://pl.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Portugal Portugal http://www.eurosport.pt/tvschedule.shtml Patinagem
    Eurosport Romania Moldova,
    Romania
    http://www.eurosport.ro/tvschedule.shtml Patinaj
    Eurosport Russia Armenia,
    Azerbaijan,
    Belarus,
    Russia,
    Ukraine
    http://www.eurosport.ru/tvschedule.shtml Катание http://ru.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://ru.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://ru.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Serbia Bosnia-Herzegovina,
    Macedonia,
    Montenegro,
    Serbia
    http://www.eurosport.rs/tvschedule.shtml Klizanje
    Eurosport Suomi Estonia,
    Finland
    http://www.eurosport.fi/tvschedule.shtml Taitoluistelu http://fi.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://fi.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://fi.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Sverige Sweden http://www.eurosport.se/tvschedule.shtml Konståkning http://se.eurosportplayer.com/schedule.shtml https://se.eurosportplayer.com/sched...ure-skating/46 https://se.eurosportplayer.com/on-de...ure-skating/46
    Eurosport Türkiye Turkey http://tr.eurosport.com/tvschedule.shtml Pateni


    British Eurosport

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times BST*)
    BES2 09:00 – 10:30 Skate America Highlights
    BES1 15:00 – 17:00 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 19:25 – 20:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    PLAY 20:50 – 22:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times BST*)
    PLAY 00:10 – 01:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 00:10 – 01:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:45 – 02:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 02:00 – 03:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    BES2 05:00 – 06:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 06:25 – 07:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 08:00 – 10:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    BES1 13:00 – 14:00 Pairs Short
    BES1 14:00 – 15:30 Men’s Short
    BES2 18:30 – 20:00 Pairs Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 02:00 in GMT*)
    PLAY 00:10 – 01:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:00 – 03:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    BES1 13:00 – 14:15 Pairs Free
    BES1 14:15 – 15:30 Men’s Free

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times GMT*)
    BES2 14:00 – 15:00 Gala Exhibition
    BES2 19:00 – 20:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule up to and including Saturday is in BST (British Summer Time, i.e. GMT+1), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in GMT (Greenwich Mean Time, i.e. GMT+0)


    Eurosport Deutschland

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ES2X 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ES2X 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ES2X 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ES2X 18:45 – 19:30 Pairs Short
    ES2X 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ES2X 21:00 – 22:25 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ES2X 19:00 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ES2X 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ES2X 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ES2X 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport France

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 00:10 – 01:10 Pairs Short
    ESP2 01:10 – 01:55 Men’s Short
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:25 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:00 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP1 22:10 – 23:45 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Danmark

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 20:30 – 21:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:45 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:45 – 18:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:30 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:00 – 20:00 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport España

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 20:30 – 21:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:45 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ESP2 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 10:15 – 11:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 14:30 – 15:15 Pairs Short
    ESP2 15:15 – 16:00 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:45 – 18:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:00 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Hungary

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ES2X 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ES2X 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ES2X 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ES2X 18:45 – 19:30 Pairs Short
    ES2X 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ES2X 21:00 – 22:25 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ES2X 19:00 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ES2X 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ES2X 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ES2X 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Italia

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 20:30 – 21:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:45 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ESP2 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 10:15 – 11:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 14:30 – 15:15 Pairs Short
    ESP2 15:15 – 16:00 Men’s Short
    ESP2 20:15 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:25 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:15 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Nederland

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 20:30 – 21:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:45 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ESP2 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 10:15 – 11:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 14:30 – 15:15 Pairs Short
    ESP2 15:15 – 16:00 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:45 – 18:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:25 Pairs Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:00 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Norge

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 20:30 – 21:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:45 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ESP2 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 10:15 – 11:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 14:30 – 15:15 Pairs Short
    ESP2 15:15 – 16:00 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:45 – 18:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:30 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:00 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 17:30 – 19:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Polska

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    ESP2 10:00 – 11:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 20:25 – 21:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 20:30 – 21:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:45 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 21:50 – 23:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times CEST*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:45 – 03:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ESP2 06:00 – 07:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 07:25 – 08:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 09:00 – 11:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 10:15 – 11:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 14:30 – 15:15 Pairs Short
    ESP2 15:15 – 16:00 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:00 – 18:45 Men’s Short
    ESP2 18:45 – 18:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 19:30 – 21:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 21:00 – 22:25 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in CET*)
    PLAY 01:10 – 02:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:00 – 04:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 19:00 – 21:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 13:00 – 14:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times CET*)
    ESP2 00:00 – 01:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)


    Eurosport Russia



    Eurosport Suomi

    Friday 26th October 2018 (All times EEST*)
    ESP2 11:00 – 12:30 Skate America Highlights
    PLAY 21:25 – 22:40 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 21:30 – 22:45 Pairs Short LIVE
    ESP2 22:45 – 00:30 Men’s Short LIVE
    PLAY 22:50 – 00:30 Men’s Short LIVE

    Saturday 27th October 2018 (All times EEST*)
    PLAY 02:10 – 03:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 02:10 – 03:35 Original Dance LIVE
    PLAY 03:45 – 04:00 Ladies Short LIVE
    PLAY 04:00 – 05:25 Ladies Short LIVE
    ESP2 07:00 – 08:00 Pairs Short
    PLAY 08:25 – 09:50 Pairs Free LIVE
    PLAY 10:00 – 12:20 Men’s Free LIVE
    ESP2 11:15 – 12:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 15:30 – 16:15 Pairs Short
    ESP2 16:15 – 17:00 Men’s Short
    ESP2 19:00 – 19:45 Men’s Short
    ESP2 19:45 – 19:30 Pairs Short
    ESP2 20:30 – 22:00 Pairs Free
    ESP2 22:00 – 23:55 Men’s Free

    Sunday 28th October 2018 (Times after 03:00 in EET*)
    PLAY 02:10 – 03:00 Free Dance LIVE
    PLAY 04:00 – 05:20 Ladies Free LIVE
    ESP2 20:00 – 22:30 Gala Exhibition

    Monday 29th October 2018 (All times EET*)
    ESP2 15:00 – 16:00 Gala Exhibition
    ESP1 18:30 – 20:00 Highlights

    Tuesday 30th October 2018 (All times EET*)
    ESP2 14:00 – 15:30 Highlights

    Thursday 1st November 2018 (All times EET*)
    ESP2 01:00 – 02:30 Highlights


    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in EEST (Eastern European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+3), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in EET (Eastern European Time, i.e. GMT+2)


    Eurosport Sverige

    *Europe leaves Daylight Savings Time at 01:00 GMT on Sunday 28th October. So, the schedule for Saturday is in CEST (Central European Summer Time, i.e. GMT+2), while the schedule for Sunday onwards is in CET (Central European Time, i.e. GMT+1)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaroLiza_fan View Post
    I'm currently trying to make out the TV Schedule post from the Eurosport Player website listings, and I am pulling my hair out! A lot of the labels make no sense at all!

    Like, there are 3 Player streams labelled "Original Dance", 2 of which are on at exactly the same time on Saturday morning, and the other which is on 24 hours later on Sunday morning!

    I assume the Sunday one is the Free Dance. But, why are there 2 streams on the Saturday?!

    And then there is the confusion over the time change. Does the Ladies Free coverage start at 02:00 BST or 02:00 GMT?

    It is complicated enough making the schedule out for the time change weekend at the best of times. But it is even more complicated this year because one of the North American competitions is that weekend, which means coverage at or around the time of the change.



    Not the way you want to feel on your birthday...

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    Firstly Happy Birthday! x

    Secondly yeah the labels are really odd on the player. Everything was labelled Pairs Short for a while. But the stuff on from the 27th seems to be correctly labelled when I search for it. Really shoddy work from the scheduling department but perhaps they don’t even know what they’ll show until they show it.

    There should be something on today at 20:00 and tomorrow at 2am so I guess we’ll find out soon enough!

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    Happy belated birthday, CaroLiza_fan!
    Thanks for all your work. I can imagine things are even more complicated than normal with Europe going to wintertime during in the middle of Skate Canada (seem to recall we've had this issue before...).

    Anyway, just wanted to report that the print (!) TV guide I still subscribe to arrived today (for next week), and it looks like in the Netherlands (and so I suspect elsewhere as well), there'll be extensive coverage of the Helsinki GP in the afternoon on television, at least on Friday. It's a good timezone for Eurosport commentators, I guess that helps. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie_20 View Post
    Happy belated birthday, CaroLiza_fan!
    Thanks for all your work. I can imagine things are even more complicated than normal with Europe going to wintertime during in the middle of Skate Canada (seem to recall we've had this issue before...).

    Anyway, just wanted to report that the print (!) TV guide I still subscribe to arrived today (for next week), and it looks like in the Netherlands (and so I suspect elsewhere as well), there'll be extensive coverage of the Helsinki GP in the afternoon on television, at least on Friday. It's a good timezone for Eurosport commentators, I guess that helps. ;-)
    Yes it looks good here too - fingers crossed! Of course things can and invariably will change for worse closer to the event but we still can hope can't we...
    Meanwhile how irritating is that tendency to leave out one discipline totally - for SA it was Men - no SP or LP and for SC the Ladies again no SP & LP

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaroLiza_fan View Post
    2018 Skate Canada
    Sorry to butt in, but the Player schedule is completely wrong for the Men and Pairs Free live. They're afternoon time Canada time, so should be evening time UK/Europe, plus also LIVE. I have no idea where they've got them to be 07:00 and 09:00 UK/European time, but that would be 2/4 a.m. Canada time. Just pointing this out so people know that there really should be live skating on the Saturday evening in very many European countries, and on the main TV channels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Sorry to butt in, but the Player schedule is completely wrong for the Men and Pairs Free live. They're afternoon time Canada time, so should be evening time UK/Europe, plus also LIVE. I have no idea where they've got them to be 07:00 and 09:00 UK/European time, but that would be 2/4 a.m. Canada time. Just pointing this out so people know that there really should be live skating on the Saturday evening in very many European countries, and on the main TV channels.
    Now you see why I have been getting so confused and frustrated the past couple of days! As I said before, the Eurosport schedule just doesn't make sense at all!

    You know it's wrong, I know it's wrong, and every figure skating fan that can read the coloured time schedule with the aid of a time converter knows it's wrong. But the people at Eurosport don't seem to know it!

    And until they realise, there's not much can be done about it.

    That was why I was putting off doing any more of the schedule post, to see if they would fix it. But, I decided this morning to just go on ahead and post what they have said. Even though it is wrong. Because it is getting close to the event starting, and I have other things to prepare before it starts (not least my Predictions).

    This is the perfect example of why I hate Eurosport at times!

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    I know it doesn't solve the Eurosport issue, but I found what appears to be a really great, easy to read timetable of the events on Twitter, with a really clear conversion for almost every timezone. I guess you could then cross compare it with Eurosport?

    Unfortunately I've been searching and I can't find the tweet, I only have my screenshot. Is there any way to link a photo to here that isn't on a website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabsy View Post
    I know it doesn't solve the Eurosport issue, but I found what appears to be a really great, easy to read timetable of the events on Twitter, with a really clear conversion for almost every timezone. I guess you could then cross compare it with Eurosport?

    Unfortunately I've been searching and I can't find the tweet, I only have my screenshot. Is there any way to link a photo to here that isn't on a website?
    Wait I stand corrected.

    @swanyooh’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/swanyooh/status/...369829377?s=09

    Has the photo. Hope it helps decipher some things! It appears that the timings as as perfect for England as you could expect given how far away Canada is - so much better than last week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabsy View Post
    I know it doesn't solve the Eurosport issue, but I found what appears to be a really great, easy to read timetable of the events on Twitter, with a really clear conversion for almost every timezone. I guess you could then cross compare it with Eurosport?

    Unfortunately I've been searching and I can't find the tweet, I only have my screenshot. Is there any way to link a photo to here that isn't on a website?
    If you are a GS supporter, you can put an image directly into a post by using the "Insert Image" button (beside the "Quote" button) on the toolbar when you are writing a post. This will bring up a dialogue box which gives you the option of either uploading from your computer, or hotlinking to a website.

    Quote Originally Posted by tabsy View Post
    Wait I stand corrected.

    @swanyooh’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/swanyooh/status/...369829377?s=09

    Has the photo. Hope it helps decipher some things! It appears that the timings as as perfect for England as you could expect given how far away Canada is - so much better than last week!
    Thank you tabsy!

    I don't know why, but Skate America always has a strange timetable compared to the rest of the GP Series. And because of that, it isn't as user friendly for us that are watching in Europe.

    Skate Canada, on the other hand, uses the regular GP timetable (all Shorts on Friday; all Frees on Saturday; Gala on Sunday). And although you do still get things on in the wee small hours, on the whole the timings for Skate Canada are better for us than they were for Skate America.

    I like Canada...

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    Thank you for the info about posting a photo!! But I don't know if I'm a GS Supporter, I think I only bought the season pass? Are they the same thing?

    I like Canada too. Last week's watching schedule was this bodes well for the GPF

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabsy View Post
    Thank you for the info about posting a photo!! But I don't know if I'm a GS Supporter, I think I only bought the season pass? Are they the same thing?

    I like Canada too. Last week's watching schedule was this bodes well for the GPF


    Canadians seem to like the 2 day with breaks in between the performances. I'm always super impressed with the Russians because they seem to only stop for Ice resurfacing with no lunch or dinner breaks. Makes me think Russian fans are super hardy folks. Do they go without eating or do they literally run off to the food stand at high speed tossing others out of their way? Or do they sneak in food and snack during the ice resurfacing? I can't see how you make it to the snack bar, stand in line, get food and get back to your seat in 20 minutes. It's great for watching as a fan though. 20 minutes at home is more than enough for snack making in the kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tabsy View Post
    Thank you for the info about posting a photo!! But I don't know if I'm a GS Supporter, I think I only bought the season pass? Are they the same thing?

    I like Canada too. Last week's watching schedule was this bodes well for the GPF
    Unfortunately the GPF (and 4 Continents) are west coast North America so the time difference will be 8 hours which will probably turn out really badly, especially as the Senior GP events will almost certainly be later in the day because of the juniors beforehand. It'll probably turn into a true test about how keen they are about showing skating. Hopefully they'll show highlights and full ones, but live it's quite likely we'll get nothing as they show very little live sport in the middle of the night.

    4 Continents will likely to be the same. If some of the competitions are early local time we'd be fine, but it wouldn't be good for the Asian countries where the majority of competitors are from, and it can't be too late local time because that would knock out East Coast North America. Hence I suspect they'll be in the early hours UK/Europe time no matter what, which will happen to be OK for East Asia as it'll be morning/lunchtime there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Unfortunately the GPF (and 4 Continents) are west coast North America so the time difference will be 8 hours which will probably turn out really badly, especially as the Senior GP events will almost certainly be later in the day because of the juniors beforehand. It'll probably turn into a true test about how keen they are about showing skating. Hopefully they'll show highlights and full ones, but live it's quite likely we'll get nothing as they show very little live sport in the middle of the night.

    4 Continents will likely to be the same. If some of the competitions are early local time we'd be fine, but it wouldn't be good for the Asian countries where the majority of competitors are from, and it can't be too late local time because that would knock out East Coast North America. Hence I suspect they'll be in the early hours UK/Europe time no matter what, which will happen to be OK for East Asia as it'll be morning/lunchtime there.
    Nooooo my hopes and dreams are crushed the one upside is that I am also seriously looking forward to the JGPF, so if that's earlier in the day than the seniors, at least I'll be able to watch that! So you think the timings for the seniors and 4CC will work out more like SA was last week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabsy View Post
    Nooooo my hopes and dreams are crushed the one upside is that I am also seriously looking forward to the JGPF, so if that's earlier in the day than the seniors, at least I'll be able to watch that! So you think the timings for the seniors and 4CC will work out more like SA was last week?
    Well not quite the same because SA had competitions quite early on the Sunday, west coast North America time. I would expect it to be more like SC, but 3 hours later because Vancouver and Anaheim are 3 hours later than Quebec. However it is just possible we could have competitions very late evening UK/Europe time.

    You've probably got to work backwards because of them not showing live sport in the middle of the night. If a segment finishes by about midnight CET time you might well get it. That would be 3 p.m. west coast North America time, so probably not good for the GPF, but possibly OK for 4 Continents given the number of competitions/competitors to get through. Also it might be reasonable enough for really dedicated fans to watch on the Player, even if it's not being shown on the linear channels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Well not quite the same because SA had competitions quite early on the Sunday, west coast North America time. I would expect it to be more like SC, but 3 hours later because Vancouver and Anaheim are 3 hours later than Quebec. However it is just possible we could have competitions very late evening UK/Europe time.

    You've probably got to work backwards because of them not showing live sport in the middle of the night. If a segment finishes by about midnight CET time you might well get it. That would be 3 p.m. west coast North America time, so probably not good for the GPF, but possibly OK for 4 Continents given the number of competitions/competitors to get through. Also it might be reasonable enough for really dedicated fans to watch on the Player, even if it's not being shown on the linear channels.
    Thanks for info. I find time zones inexplicably confusing...I do have Eurosport Player so I'm aiming to watch anything that is on at an even vaguely reasonable time...

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    I sent a terse email to the Eurosport Player support and so now all the videos on demand should be labelled correctly. As of today Pairs Short & Free, Ladies Free, Free Dance and Higlights (different lady commentator) all have commentary.

    They’re showing up correctly on my phone but if anyone has the TiVo app, PC or Xbox could check then we can know they’ve done their job.

    Hopefully we won’t have this problem with Skate Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSQ View Post
    I sent a terse email to the Eurosport Player support and so now all the videos on demand should be labelled correctly. As of today Pairs Short & Free, Ladies Free, Free Dance and Higlights (different lady commentator) all have commentary.

    They’re showing up correctly on my phone but if anyone has the TiVo app, PC or Xbox could check then we can know they’ve done their job.

    Hopefully we won’t have this problem with Skate Canada.
    Wow. That makes a change. In the past, whenever anybody has mentioned that they have e-mailed Eurosport, it has produced nothing.

    Maybe this new ownership is starting to make a difference...

    Incidentally, the lady commentator you refer to is Catherine Whittaker. Like Simon, tennis is the main sport she commentates on. However, she certainly knows what she is talking about when it comes to figure skating, because she used to be a Singles skater when she was younger.

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    Is there any live streaming for those in the United States? The men's short is progress now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaroLiza_fan View Post
    … I don't know why, but Skate America always has a strange timetable compared to the rest of the GP Series. ...

    Skate Canada, on the other hand, uses the regular GP timetable (all Shorts on Friday; all Frees on Saturday; Gala on Sunday).
    iirc/afaik, NHK Trophy competition days typically have been Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The same is true again this year.


    So whether "strange" or not "regular" or whatever you choose to call it, Skate America is in good company.

    Plus this year, GP Helsinki competition days also are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.


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