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  1. Yes, you are right. The government is looking at the situation every two weeks and right now the restrictions are really tight and changes happen very fast. It is impossible to know from which countries to get here in October. I believe this is the main reason for cancellation.
  2. The following is only my opinion and I don´t want to criticize any posters in this thread, but as a person who is doing academic research and using different sources (unofficial and official) and valuating their trustworthy, I want to point out something. The sources that I myself trust with Yuzu news is himself, his coaches, and JSF. To me these three are the official sources. So far we as a fan group have the unofficial information that he is back in Japan. This unofficial information is very probably true and if he is in Japan, he is probably in Sendai, because it is just logic
  3. COC 2014 was a turning point for me. I couldn´t watch Yuzu´s skate. The stream was playing and I heard the music and audience but I just couldn´t watch. After that I made a promise to myself that if Yuzu is brave enough to skate, I will be brave enough to watch. That promise has helped me to get through some bad skates and competitions because I know that my suffering is nothing compered to his own. I think that COC showed us what kind of athlete and person Yuzu is. When COR 18 injury happened I think that we all were positive that he would skate no matter what. And when NHK 17 happened w
  4. These are some fan videos that I have been watching lately Warning!!! This one has the COR fall at 0.33 This has the aftermath of the COR fall, but not the actual fall at 3.03 and all three Nessie attempts at 3.48
  5. I don´t know if this belongs to this thread, but my other hobby is horse racing and while reading news about it I found this article. https://www.maaseuduntulevaisuus.fi/ravinetti/uutiset/artikkeli-1.1143401 Article is in Finnish but google translate does ok job. It says that for now the Swedish sport events are not allowed to take public. They are hopeful that the ban will be lifted at some time in the near future. I didn´t know this and knowing that the selling of the WC tickets should start in late August, this makes me feel a bit uneasy. Selling tickets under these circumstances is a gambl
  6. Update! The Finnish government has just announced that all the restrictions for public gatherings will be lifted in the beginning of October (providing that the situation stays calm). I take this as a big green light for Finlandia Trophy.
  7. The translation is very poor on this spot. She is saying that the technical development is a positive thing and shouldn´t be restricted too much. Yuzuru is just an example of this technical development along side with the ladies quads. Otherwise the translation is pretty good. In other news the situation in Finland is progressing really good and I am more optimistic about Finlandia Trophy. We are opening our borders to other Nordic countries excluding Sweden without guarantine times and if the situation in Europe keeps getting better, we could open our borders even more. The outsid
  8. This book is once again available for pre-order on Amazon.
  9. Mine has been H&L since autumn 2016 and I don't see any reason to change it. Hearing it makes me so happy.
  10. I read this as "we would love to hold the event if it is possible". Situation is quite calm right now and things are starting to open in the beginning of June (restaurants with limitations, sports leagues, gatherings of max 50 people). But the atmosphere is quiet and everybody is like "let´s wait and see". Events of 500 people and over are forbidden until the end of July and it can continue still. Some say that the second wave is coming sometime in autumn, some say it won´t come, but we just have to wait and see.
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