The ISSF international solidarity championships in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 22 to 28 February have been postponed.
The World Cup in Shanghai canceled from 4 to 10 May.
The indoor world championships in Nanjing from 13 to 15 March have been postponed to March 2021.
The half marathon world championships in Gdynia, Poland, on March 29th, have been postponed to October 17th.
Hong Kong Marathon canceled on February 9th.
The indoor Asian Championships in Hangzhou were canceled from 12 to 13 February.
The Asian cross-country championships in Hong Kong on March 29 have been postponed.
Tokyo Marathon on March 1st, reserved for elite runners.
The Paris half marathon on March 1st was postponed to September 6th.
Nagoya Women’s Marathon on March 8, reserved for elite runners.
Rome half marathon canceled on 8 March.
New Taipei City Marathon in Taiwan canceled March 15.
Suzhou half marathon in China canceled on March 15.
Barcelona Marathon on March 15th postponed to October 25th.
The New York half marathon on March 15 was canceled.
Seoul marathon of March 22 canceled.
Chongqing International Marathon in China canceled on March 22nd.
Wuxi Marathon in China canceled on March 22nd.
The Mersin marathon in Turkey on March 22nd has been postponed.
The Lisbon half marathon on March 22 was postponed to September 6.
The Prague half marathon on March 28 has been postponed.
Rome Marathon canceled on March 29th.
The Madrid half marathon on March 29 has been postponed.
Paris Marathon on April 5th postponed to October 18th.
The Milan marathon in Italy on April 5 has been postponed.
Daegu International Marathon in South Korea canceled on April 5.
The Rotterdam Marathon in the Netherlands on April 5th has been postponed.
Kiev half marathon in Ukraine on April 5 postponed.
Berlin half marathon on April 5 canceled.
Wuhan Marathon in China canceled on April 12th.
North Korea’s Pyongyang Marathon canceled on April 12.
Yangzhou Jianzhen International Half Marathon in China on April 12 postponed.
Vienna marathon of 19 April canceled.
The Hamburg marathon on April 19 has been postponed.
Dongying International Marathon in China canceled on April 26.
Cancellation of the invitation meeting in Florida in Miramar on 9 May.
Formula 1: canceled the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on March 15.
Formula 1: Bahrain Grand Prix in Sakhir on March 22nd, no spectators.
Formula 1: Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on April 19 postponed.
Formula E: Sanya E-Prix in Japan on March 21 canceled.
Formula E: Rome E-Prix on 4 April postponed.
Formula E: Jakarta E-Prix on June 6 canceled.
12 hours of Sebring in Florida, from 21 to 22 March, postponed to November.
NASCAR: Atlanta 500 on March 15th; Miami 400 on March 22nd, no spectators.
China Masters in Hainan from February 25th to March 1st postponed.
Asian Championships in Manila in Manila from 11 to 16 February: China and Hong Kong have withdrawn.
German Open in Mulheim canceled from 3 to 8 March.
Portuguese international championships in Caldas da Rainha canceled from 5 to 8 March.
Polish Open in Krakow from 26 to 29 March postponed.
The Vietnam International Challenge in Hanoi was postponed from 24 to 29 March to 2-7 June.
The Asian Championships moved from Wuhan, China to Manila, April 21-26.
MLB: cancellation of the preseason from 12 March. The regular season is expected to start on March 26, postponed.
Nippon Professional Baseball in Japan: Preseason from February 26 to March 15, without spectators. The regular season is expected to start on March 20, postponed.
KBO League in South Korea: cancellation of the preseason from 14 to 24 March. The regular season should start on March 28, postponed.
The Olympic qualification tournament of the Americas in Arizona postponed from March 22nd to 26th.
The final Olympic qualifying tournament in Taichung and Dou Liu, Taiwan, from April 1-5, has been postponed to June 17-21.
NBA suspended March 11.
The women’s Olympic qualification tournament moved from Foshan, China, to Belgrade, Serbia, from February 6 to 9.
The 3×3 Olympic qualifying tournament has been postponed in Bangalore, India, from 18 to 22 March.
The Asian Cup qualifiers have been postponed: Philippines vs Thailand on February 20; Japan vs China on February 21; China vs Malaysia on February 24th. The matches scheduled for Hong Kong have been transferred to the opponents’ homes.
South Korea Basketball League: all matches from February 25th, without spectators. From February 29, suspended.
Serie A in Italy: matches of 7 March, no spectators. From 8 to 13 March, postponed.
EuroLeague: Milan vs Real Madrid in Milan on March 3rd; Valencia vs Milan in Valencia on March 5. Suspension of the competition on March 12th.
EuroLeague Women: Famila Schio vs. Sopron on February 26; Reyer Vs. Riga on February 26; USK Praha against Famila Schio on 11 March; Ekaterinburg against Montpellier on 11 March, canceled. Competition from March 13 suspended.
EuroCup: Brescia vs Reyer on March 3, Monaco vs UNICS Kazan on March 4, Darussafaka vs Bologna on March 5, no spectators. Competition from March 12 suspended.
EuroCup Women: Castors Braine vs. Valencia on March 12; Reyer vs Girona on March 12th, canceled. Dynamo Kursk against Avenida on March 12th was canceled. Competition from March 13 suspended.
The 3×3 Asian Cup in Changsa, China, from 13 to 17 March, has been postponed to 9-13 September.
Basketball Africa League is expected to start late March 13th.
The Olympic test event in Zhangjiakou, China, canceled from February 27 to March 2.
World Cup in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic from 5 to 8 March, no spectators.
The Asia-Oceania Olympic qualifiers moved from Wuhan, China, to Amman, Jordan, from March 3 to 11.
Suspension of the Olympic qualifiers of the Americas in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from March 26 to April 3.
The World Cup in Cologne, Germany, canceled from 17 to 20 June.
The Asian Canoe Slalom Championships in Pattaya, Thailand on March 22 were postponed to April.
The Asian Olympic canoeing sprint qualifying tournament in Pattaya, Thailand on March 26 was postponed to April.
Asian Championships in Chongqing, China, from April 25 to May 3, to be transferred.
Tokyo Olympic test event on March 6, no athletes and spectators.
The World Cup in Wujiang, China, canceled from 18 to 19 April.
The World Cup was canceled in Chongqing, China, on April 22nd.
India-South Africa 2nd ODI in Lucknow on March 15th, 3rd ODI in Calcutta on March 18th, no spectators.
ODI Australia-New Zealand in Sydney on March 13th and 15th, 3rd ODI in Hobart on March 20th, no spectators.
Indian Premier League, expected to begin on March 29, without spectators.
Pakistan Super League: matches in Karachi from 13 March, without spectators.
Australia The women’s tour of South Africa, which will start on March 22nd, has been postponed.
The men’s A league of the World Cup of Cricket Challenge between Canada, Denmark, Malaysia, Qatar, Singapore and Vanuatu in Malaysia from March 16 to 26 has been postponed.
The Everest Premier League in Nepal, which is expected to begin March 14, has been postponed.
The women’s ODI quadrangular between Thailand, Ireland, the Netherlands and Zimbabwe in Chiang Mai, Thailand, canceled from 3 to 11 April.
The Hainan tour of China from February 23 to March 1 has been postponed.
The United Arab Emirates tour was canceled on February 27 after 5 of 7 stages.
Strade Bianche in Siena, Italy, March 7 canceled.
Paris-Nice from 8 to 15 March: the Mitchelton-Scott, Ineos, Astana, United Arab Emirates, CCC, Movistar, Jumbo-Visma teams withdrew. From stage 2 of 8, without spectators.
GP Larciano in Pistoia, Italy, March 8 canceled.
Tyrrhenian-Adriatic canceled in Italy from 11 to 17 March.
Ronde van Drenthe (women) in the Netherlands on March 15th: the teams from Mitchelton-Scott, Movistar, Rally Cycling retired.
Volta ao Alentejo in Portugal from 18 to 22 March canceled.
Milan-Sanremo on March 21 canceled.
The Mountain Bike World Cup was canceled in Lousa, Portugal on March 21-22.
The Alfredo Binda Trophy (women) in Cittiglio, Italy, has been postponed to June 2 on 22 March.
Tour de Normandie in France canceled from 23 to 27 March.
Vaulted in Catalunya in Spain from 23 to 29 March canceled.
Coppi and Bartali Week in Italy canceled from 25 to 29 March.
Tour of Sicily in Italy canceled from 1 to 4 April.
Tour de Bretagne in France canceled from 25 April to 1 May.
The tour of the Chinese island of Chongming (women) from 7 to 9 May has been postponed.
The tour of Zhoushan Island in China from 12 to 14 May has been postponed.
The Taiyuan tour of China on May 31 has been postponed.
Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California, postponed from 1st to 4th October.
Longines Masters Series jump stage in Hong Kong canceled from February 14th to 16th.
Anaheim California Grand Prix on March 13-15 postponed.
Men’s Saber World Cup in Budapest, Hungary, postponed from 20 to 22 March.
The Epee men’s World Cup in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from March 20-22, has been postponed.
Women’s Sint-Niklaas Saber World Cup: March 20-22
Tashkent Women’s Epee World Cup: March 20-22
World Junior and Cadet Championships (Salt Lake City, Utah): April 3-11
African zonal Olympic qualifier (Cairo, Egypt): April 15
Asian zonal Olympic qualifier (Seoul, Korea), 15-16 April
European zone olympic qualifier (Madrid, Spain), 18-19 April
American Zonal Olympic Qualifier (Panama, Panama), April 18-19
The Pro League women’s hockey games between China and Belgium on 8-9 February and Australia on 14-15 March have been postponed.
The Australian Hockey Pro League games in Spain, Germany and the Netherlands between March 14 and 29 have been postponed.
New Zealand’s Hockey Pro League games in Germany on March 19 and in Holland on March 29 have been postponed.
The tour of Indian women in China from 14 to 25 March has been canceled.
The Irish women’s tour of Malaysia between March and April was canceled.
Tour of the United States PGA
Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, from March 13, day 2 of 4, without spectators.
LPGA tour in the United States
Honda LPGA Thailand canceled in Pattaya from 20 to 23 February.
The HSBC women’s world championship was canceled in Singapore from February 27 to March 1.
Blue Bay LPGA on the island of Hainan canceled from 5 to 8 March.
Founders Cup in Phoenix canceled March 19-22.
Canceled Kia Classic in Carlsbad, California, March 26-29.
Cancellation of ANA inspiration in Rancho Mirage, California, April 2-5.
Kenya Open in Nairobi canceled from 12 to 15 March.
Indian Open in New Delhi from 19 to 22 March postponed.
The Maybank championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was postponed from April 16th to 19th.
China Open in Shenzhen from 23 to 26 April postponed.
The Czech masters in Prague on August 20-23 were canceled.
LPGA tour in Japan
Daikin Orchid Ladies canceled in Okinawa from 5 to 8 March.
The Meiji Yasuda Life women’s Yokohama Tire tournament in Konan from 13 to 15 March has been canceled.
The Royal Cup in Pattaya, Thailand, has been postponed from 12 to 15 March.
The Bangabandhu Cup in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 25 to 28 March, has been postponed.
Artistic World Cup in Melbourne, Australia, from 20 to 23 February: the Chinese team has retired.
World Cup in Milwaukee on March 7: the Russian team has withdrawn.
The artistic World Cup in Doha, Qatar, from March 18 to 21, has been postponed to June 3-6.
The World Cup in Stuttgart, Germany was canceled on March 20-22.
Rhythmic World Cup in Pesaro, Italy, on 3-5 April has been postponed to 5-7 June.
All-around World Cup in Tokyo on 4-5 April: the Russian team has retired.
The Artistic Cup of Jesolo in Italy was canceled on 4-5 April.
World trampoline championship in Brescia, Italy, from 24 to 25 April, postponed to 19-20 June.
Olympic women’s qualifying tournament in Montenegro from 20 to 22 March: China has withdrawn. Hong Kong has declined the invitation to participate.
Japan Racing Association: all races from February 27 without spectators.
Dubai World Cup on March 28, without spectators
NHL suspended March 12.
The women’s world championship was canceled in Nova Scotia, Canada, from March 31 to April 10.
Division I of the women’s world championship A in Angers, France, canceled from 12 to 18 April.
Division I of group B of the women’s world championship was canceled in Katowice, Poland, from March 28 to April 3.
The World Division II Women’s Group A Championship was canceled in Jaca, Spain, from March 29 to April 3.
Division IV of the men’s world championship in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, canceled from 3-5 May.
NCAA Division 1 men’s championship in the United States since March 11, no spectators.
The Asian Women’s Challenge Cup was canceled in Manila, Philippines, February 23-28.
Women’s Challenge of Asia Division I Division I canceled in Manila, Philippines, February 23-28.
National League and Swiss League in Switzerland suspended from 2 to 15 March.
Chinese clubs in the Supreme Hockey League that play home games in Russia.
The United States-based women’s hockey association association’s Japan tour canceled March 4-7.
Grand Slam of Paris on February 8-9: the Chinese team has retired.
Dusseldorf Grand Slam in Germany on 21-23 February: the Chinese team has retired.
The Rabat Grand Prix in Morocco on March 6-8 was canceled.
Swiss Open in Winterthur on March 7-8 canceled.
Ekaterinburg Grand Slam in Russia on March 13-15 canceled.
Santiago Panamerican Open in Chile from March 14-15 canceled.
Lima Panamerican Open canceled in Peru from 21 to 22 March.
The Grand Prix of Tbilisi in Georgia was canceled from 27 to 29 March.
Antalya Grand Prix in Turkey canceled from 3-5 April.
The world championships moved from Xiamen to Cancun, Mexico, from 25 to 31 May.
The world laser racing championships moved from Xiamen in May to Weiden, Germany, in August.
The Qatar Grand Prix in Doha canceled on March 8.
Thai Grand Prix in Buriram on March 22nd postponed to October 4th.
The Aragon Grand Prix in Spain moved from 4 October to 27 September.
The Grand Prix of the Americas in Austin, Texas on April 5 has been postponed to November 15.
The Argentine Grand Prix in Termas de Rio Hondo on April 19 has been postponed to November 22.
The Valencia Grand Prix in Spain on November 15 moved to November 29.
The Qatar round in Lusail on March 15th has been postponed.
The Spanish Round in Cadiz on March 29 was postponed to October 25.
The French Round in Magny-Cours on September 27th has been postponed to October 4th.
World Cup I canceled in Sabuadia, Italy, from 10 to 12 April.
The Olympic qualifying regatta of Asia and Oceania in Chungju, South Korea, was canceled from 27 to 30 April.
The European Olympic qualifying regatta was canceled in Varese, Italy, from 27 to 29 April.
World Cup II canceled in Varese, Italy from 1-3 May.
Super League: Catalans vs. Leeds to Perpignan on March 14th, no spectators.
Six nations: Ireland vs Italy in Dublin on 7 March; Italy vs England in Rome on March 14; France vs Ireland in Paris on March 14, postponed.
Six women’s nations: Italy vs Scotland in Legnano on 23 February; Scotland vs France in Glasgow on March 7th; Ireland vs Italy in Dublin on March 8; Italy vs England in Padua on March 15th; Wales vs Scotland in Cardiff on March 15th; France versus Ireland in Villeneuve-d’Ascq on March 15th, postponed.
European rugby championship: Georgia vs Russia on 14 March; Romania vs Belgium on March 14; Switzerland vs. Holland on March 14; Spain vs Portugal on March 15th, postponed.
European Rugby Championship: Spain vs Russia on April 5; Spain vs Holland on 11 April, postponed.
Pro14: Zebras vs. Ospreys on February 29; Treviso vs Ulster on February 29, postponed. Competition from March 12 suspended.
Super Rugby: Sunwolves vs ACT Brumbies moved from Osaka, Japan, to Canberra, Australia on March 8. Sunwolves Vs. On March 14, Crusaders moved from Tokyo to Brisbane, Australia.
Japan Top League: matches postponed from February 29th. From March 14 suspended.
Hong Kong Sevens moved from 3-5 April to 16-18 October.
Singapore Sevens moved from 11-12 April to 10-11 October.
The Asian Women’s Championship in Hong Kong from 14 to 22 March has been postponed to 8-16 May.
The Olympic test event (Asia Sevens Invitational) in Tokyo was canceled from 25 to 26 April.
Clipper Round the World Race moved the sixth stage to Qingdao, China, Subic Bay, the Philippines, from 11 to 21 March.
The Asian Nacra 17 championship in Shanghai from 1 to 6 March moved to Genoa, Italy, from 12 to 19 April.
The 49erFX Asian championship in Hainan, China, from 20 to 29 March, moved to Genoa, Italy, from 12 to 19 April.
The World Cup in New Delhi from 15 to 26 March has been postponed to 5-12 May and 2-9 June.
Tokyo Olympic test event canceled from April 16 to 26.
The world speed skating championships on track in Seoul from March 13th to 15th.
The world figure skating championships in Montreal have been canceled from 16 to 22 March.
The Alpine World Cup final in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, canceled from 18 to 22 March.
The Alpine World Cup in Yanqing, China, canceled from 15 to 16 February.
Nordic world cup in Oslo, Norway from 6 to 8 March, no spectators.
Engadin Skimarathon in Switzerland on March 8 canceled.
The snowboard world cup was canceled in Livigno, Italy on March 10th.
Ski jumping world cup in Trondheim, Norway, 11-12 March, no spectators.
The Alpine World Cup in Are, Sweden, canceled from 12 to 14 March.
Ski jumping world cup in Nizhny Tagil, Russia, March 13-15, no spectators.
Ski jumping world cup in Vikersund, Norway, 13-15 March, no spectators.
The Snowboard World Cup in Winterberg, Germany, canceled from 14 to 15 March.
Alpine world cup in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, from 14 to 15 March, canceled.
The European Cup of the Alps finals were canceled in Saalbach and Reiteralm, Austria, from 16 to 22 March.
World Ski Flight Championships in Planica, Slovenia, from 17 to 22 March, without spectators.
Ski jumping World Cup in Chaikovsky, Russia, from 18 to 20 March, without spectators.
The junior world championships of ski cross and snowboard cross in Saint-Lary, France, canceled from 19 to 25 March.
Snowboard World Cup in Špindlerův Mlýn, Czech Republic canceled March 20-21.
China Open in Beijing from March 30 to April 5 postponed.
Asian Champions League: the matches of the Chinese clubs Guangzhou Evergrande, Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG have been postponed to April-May. Beijing FC have been able to play since 18 February. Matches involving South Korean clubs Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Suwon Samsung Bluewings and FC Seoul will be played without spectators from March 3rd. Matches involving Iranian clubs Esteghlal, Persepolis, Shahr Khodro, Sepahan on March 2nd -3 postponed. All West Zone group games have been postponed since March 2nd. The East Zone games have been postponed to May 19-20 (Match Day 3), May 26-27, (Match Day 4), June 16-17 (Match Day 5) and June 23-24 (Match Day 6). Round of 16 postponed to 11-12 and 25-26 August, quarterfinals to 15-16 and 29-30 September and semi-finals to 20-21 and 27-28 October.
Champions League: Manchester City vs Real Madrid on March 17th; Juventus vs Lyon on March 17th, postponed. Valencia vs Atalanta on March 10th; Paris Saint-Germain vs. Borussia Dortmund on 11 March; Barcelona vs Naples on March 18; Bayern Munich vs Chelsea on March 18, without spectators.
Europa League: Inter-Milan vs Getafe on 12 March; Seville versus Rome on March 12th, Basel against Eintracht Frankfurt on March 19th, postponed. Inter-Milan vs. Ludogorets on February 27; Olympiakos vs Wolverhampton on March 12th; LASK vs. Manchester United on March 12; Wolfsburg against Shakhtar Donetsk on March 12th; Eintracht Frankfurt against Basel on 12 March; Getafe vs. Inter Milan on March 19; Rome vs Seville on March 19, Copenhagen vs Istanbul Basaksehir on March 19; Bayer Leverkusen against Rangers on March 19th, without spectators.
Qualification postponed for the World Cup in South America from 23 to 31 March.
World Cup qualifiers: China vs Maldives on March 26 and Guam on March 31 moved to Buriram, Thailand, without spectators. Matches delayed from March 23 to April 9: China against Maldives, Philippines against Guam, Maldives against Syria, Guam against China, China against Philippines, Guam against Syria, China against Syria, Philippines against Syria, Philippines against Kuwait, Nepal against Taiwan, Kuwait against Jordan, Nepal against Australia, Australia against Taiwan, Nepal against Jordan, Taiwan against Kuwait, Australia against Jordan, Iran against Hong Kong, Bahrain against Cambodia, Hong Kong against Iraq, Cambodia against Iran, Iran against Bahrain, Iraq against Cambodia, Iran versus Iraq, Bahrain versus Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia versus Yemen, Palestine versus Singapore, Yemen versus Uzbekistan, Singapore versus Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia vs. Palestine, Uzbekistan vs. Singapore, Saudi Arabia vs. Uzbekistan, Palestine vs. Yemen, Bangladesh vs. Afghanistan, India vs. Qatar, Afghanistan vs. Oman, Qatar vs. Bangladesh, Bangladesh vs. India. , Oman vs. Qatar, Bangladesh vs. Oman, India vs. Afghanistan, Japan vs. Myanmar, Tajikistan vs. Mongolia, Myanmar vs. Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia vs. Japan, Japan vs. Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan vs. Mongolia, Japan vs. Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan vs. Myanmar, United Arab Emirates vs. Malaysia, Thailand vs. Indonesia, Malaysia vs. Vietnam, Indonesia vs. United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates vs. Thailand, Vietnam vs. Indonesia, Thailand against Malaysia, United Arab Emirates against Vietnam, South Korea against Turkmenistan, North Korea against Sri Lanka, Turkmenistan against Lebanon, Sri Lanka against South Korea, South Korea against North Korea, Lebanon against Sri Lanka, Korea South against Lebanon, North Korea against Turkmenistan.
Euro 2020 qualifying playoff: Slovakia vs Ireland in Bratislava on March 26, without spectators.
Women’s Qualifying Euro 2021: Montenegro – Ireland in Budva on 11 March, no spectators.
The Asian Women’s Olympic Group B tournament moved from Wuhan to Sydney from 3 to 13 February. The playoffs between China and South Korea on 6 and 11 March were postponed to 9 and 14 April and postponed to 1-10 June; China home game in Sydney. Vietnam vs Australia in Cẩm Phả on 11 March, without spectators.
English Premier League: Manchester City against Arsenal on 11 March; Brighton versus Arsenal on 14 March, postponed.
La Liga and Segunda Division matches from 10 March, without spectators. La Liga suspended from March 12th.
Copa del Rey final: Real Sociedad against Athletic Bilbao in Seville on April 18 has been postponed.
Serie A, B, C, D and Serie A for women in Lombardy and Veneto postponed from 22 February. Serie A: 6 games from 29 February to 2 March postponed. All matches from March 4th, without spectators.
Italian Cup semi-finals: Juventus against AC Milan on 4 March, Napoli against Inter on 5 March, postponed. The final was postponed from May 13 to May 20.
Bundesliga from 11 March, no spectators.
French league: Strasbourg against Paris Saint-Germain on 7 March, postponed. All Ligue 1 and 2 matches on 13 March, without spectators.
French League Cup final: Paris Saint-Germain against Lyon in Paris on 4 April has been postponed.
Algarve Cup final in Portugal on March 11: Italy vs Germany canceled.
The Chinese Super League, which is expected to start on February 22, has been delayed.
Iran Pro League: all matches on February 24, without spectators; season suspended from March 4th to April 2nd.
J League in Japan: All matches on February 25 have been postponed.
The K League in South Korea, which is expected to start on February 29, has delayed.
The Swiss Super League and the Challenge League have been postponed from February 28 to March 23.
V League in Vietnam from March 7, without spectators.
First league and second league in Bulgaria since 8 March, no spectators.
Romania, all league matches from 9 March, without spectators.
Primeira Liga in Portugal from 10 March, without spectators.
Ekstraklasa in Poland from 10 March, without spectators.
The Austrian Bundesliga and the 2nd Liga postponed from 10 March.
Premier League in Egypt from March 10, without spectators.
Denmark, all championships suspended from 11 March.
Eredivisie in the Netherlands suspended March 12.
First division A in Belgium from 12 March. No spectator.
Belgian Cup final: Club Bruges against Antwerp in Brussels on 22 March has been postponed.
Major League Soccer in the United States suspended March 12.
AFC Cup: All group stage and playoff matches in the east were postponed to April 7th.
The Asian men’s futsal championship in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, from February 26 to March 8, was postponed to August 5-16.
Qatar Airways International in Doha with Belgium, Croatia, Portugal, Switzerland canceled March 26-30.
Men’s friendlies: Holland versus United States on March 26; Japan vs South Africa on March 27; Wales vs United States on March 30, canceled. France vs Ukraine on March 27; France vs Finland on March 31st, no spectators.
Women’s friendlies: France vs North Macedonia on April 10, no spectators.
Spring tournament in Osaka, Japan, from 8 to 22 March, without spectators.
The Asian water polo championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan were canceled from 12 to 16 February.
Diving Grand Prix in Madrid from 14 to 16 February: the Chinese team has retired.
The world diving event in Beijing canceled from 7 to 9 March.
Olympic trials canceled in Italy in Riccione from 17 to 21 March.
The South American championships were canceled in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 25 to 29 March.
Nordic Tour: the Bergen Festival in Norway canceled from 28 to 30 March.
Chinese Olympic trials in Qingdao from March 28 to April 4 moved from May 10 to 16.
The African Championships in Durban, South Africa, have been postponed from April 17th to 22nd.
The World Team Championships in Busan, South Korea, have been postponed from 22 to 29 May to 21-28 June.
Japan opens in Kitakyushu from April 21 to 26.
South Korea Opened in Busan on 16-21 June suspended.
Australian Open in Geelong on June 23-28 suspended.
The Asian Olympic qualifying tournament on April 10-11 moved from Wuxi, China to Amman, Jordan.
ATP-WTA: BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, canceled March 11-22.
ATP-WTA: Miami Open from March 24 to April 5 canceled.
WTA: Zapopan Open in Guadalajara, Mexico, canceled March 16-21.
ATP: US Clay Court Championships in Houston, Texas, canceled April 6-12.
ATP: Grand Prix Hassan II canceled in Marrakech, Morocco, from 6 to 12 April.
WTA: Charleston Open in South Carolina April 6-12, canceled.
WTA: Copa Colsanitas in Bogota, Colombia canceled from 6 to 12 April.
ATP: Monte Carlo Masters from 12 to 19 April canceled.
ATP: Hungarian Open canceled in Budapest from 20 to 26 April.
WTA: Xi’an opened in China from April 13 to 19 canceled.
ATP: Barcelona Open from 20 to 26 April canceled.
ATP: Hungarian Open canceled in Budapest from 20 to 26 April.
WTA: Kunming Open in Anning, China, from April 27 to May 3 canceled.
ITF events from March 12 suspended.
Davis Cup: China lost the World Group I playoff against Romania in Piatra Neamt on 6-7 March.
Davis Cup: Japan vs Ecuador qualification for Miki on 6-7 March, no spectators.
Davis Cup: Italy vs South Korea in Cagliari on 6-7 March, no spectators.
The Fed Cup finals in Budapest, Hungary, from 14 to 19 April (with France, Australia, the United States, the Czech Republic, Russia, Belarus, Spain, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Slovakia, Switzerland) have been postponed.
Fed Cup playoffs from 17 to 18 April (Poland against Brazil, Mexico against Great Britain, Serbia against Canada, Latvia against India, Japan against Ukraine, Romania against Italy, Argentina against Kazakhstan, the Netherlands against China), postponed:
The Asia-Oceania Group I Fed Cup tournament moved from Dongguan, China to Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates from 3 to 7 March.
ATP Challenger Tour
The Bergamo Challenger final in Italy canceled on February 23rd.
Qujing Challenger canceled in China from 2 to 8 March.
Nur-Sultan Challenger 1 in Kazakhstan on March 12, day 4 of 7, canceled.
Potchefstroom Challenger in South Africa on March 12, day 3 of 6, canceled.
Zhuhai Challenger canceled in China from 9 to 15 March.
Arizona Challenger in Phoenix March 16-22 canceled.
Shenzhen Challenger in China March 16-22 canceled.
Olimpia Challenger canceled in Brazil from 17 to 22 March.
Madrid Challenger from 23 to 29 March postponed to October.
Zhangjiagang Challenger canceled in China from 23 to 29 March.
Lille Challenger canceled in France from 23 to 29 March.
Machala Challenger in Ecuador from 23 to 29 March canceled.
Annullamento di St. Brieuc Challenger in Francia dal 29 marzo al 5 aprile.
Taipei Challenger a Taiwan dal 30 marzo al 5 aprile posticipato.
Annullato Marbella Challenger in Spagna dal 30 marzo al 5 aprile.
Annullato Nanchang Challenger in Cina dal 6 al 12 aprile.
Annullato Florianopolis Challenger in Brasile dal 6 al 12 aprile.
Annullato San Luis Challenger in Messico dal 6 al 12 aprile.
Annullato Murcia Challenger in Spagna dal 6 al 12 aprile.
Annullato Sarasota Challenger in Florida dal 13 al 19 aprile.
Annullato Changsha Challenger in Cina dal 13 al 19 aprile.
Annullato Tunis Challenger in Tunisia dal 13 al 19 aprile.
Annullato Yokohama Challenger in Giappone dal 13 al 19 aprile.
Annullato Alicante Challenger in Spagna dal 13 al 19 aprile.
Annullato Anning Challenger in Cina dal 20 al 26 aprile.
Annullato Manzanillo Challenger in Messico dal 20 al 26 aprile.
Annullamento di Tallahassee Challenger in Florida dal 20 al 26 aprile.
Matsuyama Challenger in Giappone dal 20 al 26 aprile annullato.
Annullato Francavilla Challenger in Italia dal 20 al 26 aprile.
Annullato Split Challenger in Croazia dal 20 al 26 aprile.
Seoul Challenger in Corea del Sud dal 27 aprile al 3 maggio è stato rinviato ad agosto.
Busan Challenger in Corea del Sud dal 4 al 10 maggio è stato rinviato ad agosto.
Gwangju Challenger in Corea del Sud dall’11 al 17 maggio è stato rinviato ad agosto.
Annullato Samarkand Challenger in Uzbekistan dall’11 al 17 maggio.
L’evento delle serie mondiali di Abu Dhabi il 7 marzo è stato posticipato.
La Coppa del Mondo a Sarasota-Bradenton, in Florida, il 22 marzo è stata rinviata.
La qualificazione alle staffette miste olimpiche si è spostata da Chengdu, Cina, il 9 maggio a Valencia, in Spagna, il 1 maggio.
La Coppa del Mondo a Chengdu, in Cina, il 10 maggio è stata rinviata.
Coppa del Mondo ad Arzachena, Italia, il 30 maggio è stata rinviata a ottobre.
Asian Cup a Tainan, Taiwan, 8 marzo, a Beihai, Cina, il 5 aprile, e Dexing, Cina, l’11 aprile, rinviati.
Coppa del mondo di beach volley a Yangzhou, in Cina, dal 22 al 26 aprile posticipata.
Il torneo olimpico di qualificazione femminile a Trieste, in Italia, dall’8 al 15 marzo è stato posticipato.
I campionati asiatici a Tashkent, in Uzbekistan, sono stati posticipati dal 16 al 25 aprile. Originariamente trasferito da Nur-Sultan, Kazakistan.
I campionati dell’Asia orientale a Seul dal 26 febbraio al 3 marzo sono stati posticipati.
Annullati i campionati mondiali junior a Bucarest, in Romania, dal 14 al 24 marzo.
Annullati i campionati africani a Vacoas, Mauritius, dal 13 al 20 aprile.
I campionati europei di Mosca dal 13 al 21 aprile sono stati posticipati al 13 e 21 giugno.
Campionati asiatici a Nuova Delhi dal 20 al 23 febbraio: Cina, Corea del Nord e Turkmenistan si sono ritirati.
L’evento di qualificazione olimpico asiatico dal 27 al 29 marzo si è trasferito da Xi’an, Cina a Biškek, Kirghizistan. Il Kirghizistan si è ritirato come host il 29 febbraio.
L’Italia dichiara tutti gli eventi sportivi senza spettatori dal 4 marzo; sospende tutti gli sport dal 9 marzo.
L’Iran sospende tutti gli eventi sportivi dal 24 febbraio per 10 giorni; sospende tutti gli sport a tempo indeterminato dal 5 marzo.
La Grecia dichiara tutti gli eventi sportivi senza spettatori dall’8 al 22 marzo.
La Bulgaria dichiara tutti gli eventi sportivi senza spettatori dall’8 marzo.
La Slovacchia sospende tutti gli eventi sportivi dal 10 marzo.
L’allenamento olimpico di Tokyo dei volontari in Giappone è stato posticipato da febbraio a maggio.
Tokyo, prova dell’illuminazione delle fiamme olimpiche, prova ad Olimpia, in Grecia, l’11 marzo; accensione della fiamma il 12 marzo, niente spettatori.
L’agenzia antidoping cinese ha sospeso i test dal 3 al 21 febbraio.
Eventi del Winter X Games a Chongli, Cina, dal 21 al 23 febbraio.
I premi dell’atleta dell’anno di Singapore il 26 febbraio sono stati posticipati.
Annullato il Forum continentale europeo dell’International Boxing Association ad Assisi, in Italia, il 29 febbraio.
Il 13-15 marzo è stato rinviato il Forum continentale africano della International Boxing Association a Casablanca, in Marocco.
La riunione del consiglio presidenziale della World Chess Federation si è trasferita dalla Cina agli Emirati Arabi Uniti dal 28 al 29 febbraio.
I campionati di sci di fondo della World University a Marrakech, in Marocco, il 7 marzo sono stati posticipati.
NCAA negli Stati Uniti, tutti gli sport dal 12 marzo annullati.
Annullato il Congresso internazionale della Federazione di sollevamento pesi a Bucarest, in Romania, il 13 marzo.
Conferenza mondiale sulla prevenzione di infortuni e malattie nello sport a Monte Carlo dal 12 al 14 marzo posticipata all’11-13 febbraio 2021.
Annullato il simposio dell’Agenzia mondiale antidoping a Losanna, in Svizzera, dal 17 al 18 marzo.
La riunione del Consiglio FIFA ad Asuncion, in Paraguay, il 20 marzo si è trasferita a Zurigo tra giugno e luglio.
L’associazione delle nazioni del Sud-Est asiatico Giochi di parapendio nelle Filippine dal 20 al 28 marzo è stata rinviata.
I premi delle star dello sport di Hong Kong sono stati posticipati il 24 marzo.
Annullati i campionati XTERRA Asia-Pacifico (triathlon offroad, duathlon) a Taiwan dal 28 al 29 marzo.
Gulf Cooperation Council Games in Kuwait from April 3-14 postponed.
International Equestrian Federation Sports Forum in Lausanne, Switzerland on April 6-7 moved to online.
Asian Football Confederation Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on April 16 postponed.
SportAccord summit in Beijing moved to Lausanne, Switzerland, on April 19-24.
FIFA Congress in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on June 5 postponed to Sept. 18.
International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation Congress on June 20 moved from Shanghai to Antwerp, Belgium.
Singapore bans spectators at National School Games from January-August.
University Athletic Association of the Philippines postponed all sports events.
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