iGB, in partnership with sports data specialist Abelson Info, is providing an updated list of the sporting events taking place each weekday throughout the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Armenia’s Infinity Cup is the only badminton action in the next 24 hours.
China’s Professional Baseball League and its reserves are the only baseball competitions playing.
Chinese Taipei’s Super Basketball League and Nicaragua’s Torneo Carlos Ulloa are the only events scheduled in the sport for the coming 24 hours.
There are four events taking place in the sport, with the Czech Republic’s Premier League joined by the Icons of Darts Live League, A Night at the Darts and PDC Home Tour, all of which are being played remotely.
The Belarusian Cup and Nicaragua’s Premier League play-off are the highest level competitions taking place, though Nicaragua’s Youth League also holds its play-offs, and Turkmenistan’s Youth League has matches scheduled.
Competitive action continues in Arizona, with the Outlaw Tour’s GCU Championship entering its second round, and the Cactus Tour’s Longbow event begins its third.
As usual, action from Flordia’s Naples Fort Myers is complemented by racing in Australia, with 16 tracks holding events.
Australia dominates the schedule as it does with greyhound racing. However, there is also European action from Bro Park, Solvalla and Aby in Sweden, Asian racing from Hong Kong’s Happy Valley and Japan’s Tokyo City Keiba, as well as events at Fonner Park, Tampa Bay and Will Rogers Downs in the US.
Short form versions of the sport from Russia’s Liga Pro and Comet Division take place.
The schedule for one of table tennis, which arguably benefitted most from the suspension of activity in more mainstream sports, expands. Germany’s Challenger Series continues for a third day, while there is also action in Armenia, Brazil, Russia and Ukraine.
Belarus’ Masters League, Russia’s Liga Pro and the International Tennis Series in the US are the tennis events taking place in the coming 24 hours.
Volleyball returns to the schedule with a host of Russian events taking place. The women’s Liberty League and both male and female versions of the Ural Championships are coming up.
This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and all events are subject to change.
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