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List of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic

by Ace Damon
List of sports events affected by the coronavirus pandemic


World Cup I in Sabuadia, Italy, canceled April 10-12.

The Asian and Oceania Olympic race in Chungju, South Korea, from April 27 to 30, has been canceled.

The European Olympic qualifying race in Varese, Italy, from 27 to 29 April, was canceled.

World Cup II in Varese, Italy, from 1 to 3 May canceled.

London boat race canceled on March 29.


Super League: Catalans v Leeds on March 14, postponed. March 16 contest suspended.

National Rugby League in Australia from March 19, without spectators. From March 23 suspended.


Six nations: Ireland v Italy in Dublin on 7 March; Italy v England in Rome on March 14; France v Ireland in Paris on March 14; Wales v Scotland in Cardiff on March 14, postponed.

Six female nations: Italy v Scotland in Legnano, on 23 February; Scotland v France in Glasgow on 7 March; Ireland vs. Italy in Dublin on 8 March; Italy vs. England in Padua on March 15; Wales v Scotland in Cardiff on 15 March; France x Ireland at Villeneuve-d & # 39; Ascq on March 15, postponed.

European Rugby Championship: Georgia v Russia on March 14; Romania x Belgium on March 14; Switzerland vs. Netherlands on March 14; Spain vs. Portugal on March 15, postponed.

European Women's Rugby Championship: Spain vs. Russia on April 5; Spain vs. Holland on April 11, postponed.

Super Rugby: Sunwolves vs. ACT Brumbies on March 8 moved from Osaka, Japan, to Canberra, Australia. Sunwolves vs. Crusaders on March 14 moved from Tokyo to Brisbane, Australia. Jaguars vs. Highlanders on March 14, without spectators. March 15 contest suspended.

Quarterfinals of the European Champions Cup from April 4 to 5 postponed.

Quarterfinals of the European Challenge Cup from 3 to 5 April postponed.

English Premiership of March 16 suspended.

French Top 14 of March 13 suspended.

Pro14: Zebre vs. Ospreys on February 29; Treviso v Ulster on February 29, postponed. March 12 contest suspended.

The best Japanese league of February 29 postponed. From March 14 suspended. From March 23 canceled.

The Hong Kong Sevens changed from April 3rd to 5th to October 16th to 18th.

The Singapore Sevens changed from April 11th to 12th to October 10th to 11th.

Langford Sevens (women) in Canada from 2 to 3 May postponed.

London Sevens from 23 to 24 May postponed.

Paris Sevens from 30 to 31 May postponed.

The Asian Women's Championship in Hong Kong from 14 to 22 March has been postponed to 8 and 16 May.

Olympic test event (Asia Sevens Invitational) in Tokyo, April 25-26, canceled.


Round 1 from March 19 to 22, without spectators. March 22 contest suspended.


Clipper Returns to the World Race in Subic Bay, Philippines; of March 16 suspended.

World championship 470 in Mallorca, Spain, from 13 to 21 March postponed.

The Asian championship in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, from March 15 to 22, has been postponed.

The Nacra 17 Asian Championships in Shanghai from March 1 to 6, moved to Genoa, Italy from April 12 to 19. On March 12 canceled.

The Asian 49erFX championship in Hainan, China, from March 20 to 29, moved to Genoa, Italy, from April 12 to 19. On March 12 canceled.

Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar 470s in Mallorca, Spain, from March 25 to April 4, canceled.

World Cup series in Genoa, Italy, April 11-19, canceled.

World Cup World Series in Cagliari, Italy, from 23 to 26 April, canceled.

SailGP in San Francisco from 2 to 3 May has been canceled.


The World Cup in New Delhi from 15 to 26 March has been postponed to 5 to 12 May and from 2 to 9 June.

Olympic test event in Tokyo, April 16-26, canceled.


The Asian street championship in Singapore, March 17-21, has been canceled.

Street Pro Tour in Las Vegas from March 24 to 29 canceled.

Lima Open in Peru from March 16 to 22 postponed to April 5 and 11. From March 20 suspended.

Olympic qualifier in Yangcheng, China, April 6-12, postponed to April 13-19. From February 14, suspended.

Olympic qualifier in Nanjing, China, suspended April 14-19.

Beijing Street Pro Tour from April 28 to May 3 canceled.

Dew Tour in Long Beach, California, May 7-10, postponed.


The World Short Track Speed ​​Skating Championships in Seoul from 13 to 15 March have been postponed.

The world figure skating championships in Montreal from March 16 to 22 have been canceled.

World synchronized skating championships in Lake Placid, New York, April 3-4, canceled.


The Alpine World Cup finals in Cortina d & # 39; Ampezzo, Italy, from March 18 to 22, have been canceled.

Alpine World Cup in Yanqing, China, from 15-16 February canceled.

Nordic World Cup in Oslo, Norway, from 6 to 8 March, without spectators.

Engadin Skimarathon, Switzerland, on March 8 canceled.

Snowboard World Cup in Livigno, Italy, on March 10 canceled.

Ski jumping world cup in Trondheim, Norway, from 11 to 12 March, without spectators.

Alpine World Cup in Are, Sweden, March 12-14, canceled.

Ski jumping world cup in Nizhny Tagil, Russia, from March 13 to 15, without spectators.

Ski jumping world cup in Vikersund, Norway, from March 13 to 15, without spectators.

Ski Cross World Cup in Veysonnaz, Switzerland, canceled on March 14.

Snowboard World Cup in Winterberg, Germany, March 14-15, canceled.

Alpine World Cup in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, March 14-15, canceled.

The finals of the Europa Alpine Cup in Saalbach and Reiteralm, Austria, from 16 to 22 March, have been canceled.

World ski flight championships in Planica, Slovenia, from March 17 to 22, without spectators.

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