As COVID-19, a strain of the coronavirus, has spread around the globe in recent months, tournaments, games and other sporting events have been canceled, while others have been modified. The most recent big news? The Wimbledon Championships have been canceled.
The NBA season was suspended, and the NCAA canceled all remaining spring and winter championships, including the men's and women's basketball tournaments. MLB canceled the remainder of spring training, and it is unclear when Opening Day will happen -- with at least a two month delay. The NHL also suspended play, and golf's first major tournament of the year, the Masters, has been postponed. The Boston Marathon will delay its race until Sept. 14, the London Marathon has been postponed from April 26 to Oct. 4, and the 2020 Invictus Games have been postponed as well. Plus, Scripps said it will not be holding the National Spelling Bee as scheduled on May 24.
Here's a look at how the coronavirus is affecting sports in the U.S. and around the world:
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Major League Baseball has canceled its London Series in June between the St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs because of the coronavirus pandemic.
MLB owners have approved a plan to address salary and service-time issues amid the indefinite delay to the start of the regular season.
Vowing that "baseball will be back" and "will be part of the recovery," MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in an interview on SportsCenter that "nothing's off the table" as the sport outlines its plan to return.
The Major League Baseball draft is increasingly likely to happen in July, though it could be shortened and include bonus deferrals.
The NFL plans to start its 2020 season on time in September, despite the global coronavirus pandemic.
The draft will go on as scheduled April 23-25.
UEFA has suspended the Champions League, Europa League and Euro 2020 qualifying playoffs indefinitely as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
In England, Premier League bosses have underlined their commitment to finish the season but said games in the division will be further postponed until at least April 30.
La Liga has been suspended indefinitely, and the league said it would not resume until the Spanish government says it is safe to do so.
The last major league to stop playing was the Australian A-League, on March 23. However, the Belarus Premier League continues for now.
The African soccer federation has paused all games in African competition, including qualifiers for next year's African Cup of Nations.
The National Women's Super League has suspended the start of its season -- originally planned for April 18 -- but has yet to release a rescheduled start date.
The WNBA will hold its draft on April 17, as originally scheduled, without a gathering of draftees, media or fans because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wimbledon has been canceled for the first time since World War II because of the coronavirus pandemic
The French Open has been postponed and is now scheduled to run from Sept. 20 to Oct. 4. The ATP and WTA have suspended play on both tours until June 7, a decision that eliminates the entire clay-court swing through Europe.
Churchill Downs has announced that the 146th Kentucky Derby will be moved from May 2 to Sept. 5. Santa Anita canceled live racing Friday after instructions from the Los Angeles County Health Department. However, horse racing is still going on at roughly two dozen racetracks around the U.S. -- just without spectators.
Horse racing also continues on some tracks internationally.
Olympic officials have confirmed that the 6,200 or so athletes who had already punched their tickets for Tokyo will keep their spots for the rescheduled Games next year.
The XFL completed only half of its scheduled 10-week season before the rest was canceled.
The UFC postponed three events scheduled for March 21, March 28 and April 11. Its next pay-per-view event is still scheduled to take place April 18 -- but Khabib Nurmagomedov is in Russia and unable to leave to compete against Tony Ferguson at UFC 249 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bellator has decided to clear its slate of fights in May.
WWE announced last week that former NFL star Rob Gronkowski will host a two-night WrestleMania event April 4-5 at the promotion's training facility in Orlando, Florida.
The Indianapolis 500 scheduled for May 24 has been postponed until August and won't run as part of Memorial Day for the first time since 1945.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix became the eighth Formula One race affected by the coronavirus after it was postponed.
Monaco Grand Prix organizers had already announced that the race will not take place in 2020. And F1 had announced the postponements of six races, in Australia, Bahrain, Vietnam, China, Spain and the Netherlands.
The Royal and Ancient, which organizes The Open Championship, is "continuing to work through our options" regarding the 2020 major.
Although the United States Golf Association is sticking to its edict to have a decision by mid-April, a report in the New York Post said the U.S. Open would be postponed but with the intention of still playing at Winged Foot Golf Club in suburban New York later this year.
NASCAR plans to reschedule the seven Cup Series races postponed due to the pandemic. It has already postponed its season until May 9 at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia.
The third fight between heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury and former titlist Deontay Wilder is still on track to be their next bout, but it will not take place on July 18 as originally planned.
The suspension of professional boxing in the U.K. has been extended until the end of May, meaning the postponement of two big heavyweight fights: Dillian Whyte vs. Alexander Povetkin and Oleksandr Usyk vs. Dereck Chisora.
Domestic rugby leagues across Europe have been halted. The European Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarterfinals have been postponed, while the Gallagher Premiership and TOP 14 have been suspended. The PRO14 has been suspended indefinitely as well, and its final scheduled for June has been canceled.
England's Rugby Football Union has canceled all domestic rugby seasons other than the Gallagher Premiership, and plans to announce its decision regarding league ramifications in April.