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(Reuters) - North America's sports leagues may be itching to return to action but 72% of those who responded to a Seton Hall poll said they would not feel safe to attend games until a vaccine for the novel coronavirus is developed.
(Reuters) - Allowing the Tour de France to go ahead as scheduled despite the COVID-19 pandemic would be "madness" and a "crime against humanity", former French sports minister David Douillet has said.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Wimbledon championships were cancelled for the first time since World War Two on Wednesday as the coronavirus pandemic struck another blue-riband sports event off the calendar and wiped out the entire tennis grasscourt season.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Tennis could lose the remainder of the 2020 season to the coronavirus pandemic, Tennis Australia (TA) chief executive Craig Tiley has said.
(Reuters) - British Olympic rower Polly Swann was aiming to return to the Olympic podium in July but is now considering rebooting her medical career to join the battle against the coronavirus.
PETALING JAYA: National gymnast Tan Fu Jie (pic) had great plans for 2020 but so far, it has been awfully disappointing.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Vaccines against a coronavirus that has killed 170 people in China probably won't be ready by the start of the Tokyo Summer Olympics, a professor who looked at health risks ahead of the Games said, adding that he hoped that there was enough time to build defences.
(Reuters) - Two remarkable marathon marks were breached in one spectacular weekend -- one had belonged to Paula Radcliffe while the other broke the mythical sub-two hour milestone -- and both were accomplished with the help of space age shoes.
GOLD COAST, Australia (Reuters) - The New Zealand women's rugby sevens team at the Commonwealth Games have been placed in isolation after one of their players Ruby Tui was diagnosed with mumps.