American sports and COVID-19 latest news…
The Coronavirus pandemic has forced tough decisions in the sports event industry. Almost all major sporting events have been postponed, canceled or relocated. Here’s a look at where things stand regarding American sports and COVID-19 latest news…
North Carolina State announced that it has suspended all sports-related activities due to the Coronavirus disease. The school says it will continue to adhere to medical standards with the help of campus and local health officials.
The American Athletic Conference has announced that it has postponed all competitive and conference tournaments in men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball, until the spring of 2021, with a decision on cross country that is yet to be determined.
The NCAA Board of Directors has instructed schools and conferences to meet certain requirements when conducting NCAA sports during pre-season, regular season and post-season. In addition, each category is aimed at determining its ability to meet those requirements for a fall competition.
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Concerns related to the Novel Coronavirus epidemic have forced the SEC to make many changes before the 2020 season. It has changed its schedule, changed its treatment procedures and postponed its game to accommodate potential delays.
The Arizona Cardinals have been the latest team to announce that they will start the NFL season without fans. An email has been sent to ticket managers for the season. The Phoenix-based team has said it will host at least its first two games at the State Farm Stadium, without an audience.
The 2020 USA Triathlon Age Group Draft-Legal National Championship, originally scheduled for November 14 at Tempe, Arizona, has been postponed to April 2021.
On Friday, the NCAA Division Board of Directors, announced that it would work to host the sporting championship in the spring of 2021, including men and women, soccer, men’s water polo, women’s volleyball and hockey.
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