How the epoch times changed for football and tennis
Italy’s time zone is starting to change, too.
As the world adjusts to the shift in daylight saving time, it’s not just football, cycling, and ice hockey that are experiencing a bit of a shakeup.
The world’s most important sporting events, including the Olympics, Formula One, and the UEFA Champions League, are starting to shift to different time zones as part of the new year.
Here’s what to know:The change to the time zone system is due to the changes to daylight saving.
The shift is due largely to the changing weather, which will allow the clocks to adjust on a 24-hour basis.
This will mean that football matches are now being played at 8:00 am instead of 6:00 pm, and tennis is now played at 4:30 pm instead of 3:30.
A number of countries, including France, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, and Italy, have already announced they will change their clocks to UTC+1 in 2018, and more are expected to follow.
The move is not limited to sports.
According to The Times of India, the UK and Ireland are already in the process of changing to UTC-5, a time zone in which time begins at 3:35 a.m.
The UK has also announced plans to shift from GMT to GMT+1 to avoid disruption to people who are working late at night.
“In order to ensure continuity and security of time, the change to GMT is expected to be made by the end of the year,” a spokesperson told the paper.
“In the meantime, the changes will be made at the national level.
We are not making any changes to our time zones at this time.”
“We’re hoping the changes won’t affect people working or living outside of London,” a spokesman for the UK Department of Culture, Media and Sport said in a statement.
It is not just sports that will be affected. “
If you’re in a city like London, you might need to move.”
It is not just sports that will be affected.
The UK government is also changing its time zone to GMT-5 to avoid any disruption to schools and other public events.
The UK and other EU countries, like Germany, are planning to follow the US in changing their clocks back to UTC to avoid disruptions.
The move to GMT to UTC is expected in 2019, with changes expected in 2024 and 2025.
The time zone changes will affect the time of the day and hours of the night, but they won’t impact the time between the hours of 9 p.m., when the clocks reset, and 9 a.g., when they reset at 6:30 a.c.
If you are planning on visiting Europe this year, it is important to check the local time zones for your destination.
If you’re travelling between the UK, Ireland, Spain or Italy, the new time zone will be in effect until 2019.
If you don’t have time to watch the sports of your choice in the local area, you can use the official time zone converter on Wikipedia.
To see where the new GMT-4 is in your time zone, click here.