Here is the long list of sports events that have been cancelled or postponed due to Covid-19 epidemic.
Northern Irish Michael Conlan In St Patrick’s Day The fight in New York against Belmar Preciado at Madison Square Garden was suspended, while Shakur Stevenson and Miguel Marriaga were also postponed.
Derek Chisora wore an anti-coronavirus suit and Oleksandr Usyk sprayed disinfectant during their press conference to inform them of their heavy fight in May.
PDC has moved its double title Premier League darts in Rotterdam from the end of March to 9-10 September. The semi-finals and finals of the tournament will take place in the Dutch city.
The British Trial team is returning home after the series against Sri Lanka has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The physical and mental health of our players and support team is paramount, he said the England and Wales cricket council (ECB) in a statement. The second series of trials will begin in Galle on Thursday, March 19.
Meanwhile, the start of the Indian Premier League has been delayed from March 29 to April 15. Of India’s home team an international day with South Africa has now been postponed. Originally moved behind closed doors, Australia and New Zealand’s ODI series have now been postponed, as well as the three-match Twenty20 series.
Both parties work to find replacement dates to rearrange the furniture. Australia won its first ODI on Friday but visitors are now returning to New Zealand after changing travel restrictions there. Black hat driver Capsie Lockie Ferguson was isolated in his team hotel after complaining of a sore throat after Friday’s match but was later deleted to return home.
England captain Joe Root and Ben Stokes arrived at the team hotel in Colombo after their tour was delayed.
The Paris-Nice race nearing its end on Sunday appears to have been canceled after the French Bicycle Federation (FFC) announced the cancellation of all cycling events in France due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Summer Italy, scheduled to begin in Hungary in May, has also been postponed, while Six Day Manchester is expected to be held this weekend.
Both the UK-based Tour and the Women’s Tour have been postponed. Annually, this tournament attracts thousands of participants in the UK including York City. However, race organizers will now try to collaborate with UCI and British Cycling to find an alternative date for the Women’s Accessories WorldTour event, originally scheduled to take place around June 8-13.