- The Olympics from July 24-Aug. 9 in Tokyo have not been
postponed or suspended.
- The Tokyo 2020 Games torch lighting ceremony in ancient
Olympia was held without spectators.
- The Olympic flame handover ceremony in Athens on March 19 was
held without spectators.
- Australia's top flight A-League soccer competition has banned
spectators for the rest of the 2019/20 season and faces a
temporary hiatus due to quarantine restrictions that have
affected two teams.
Organisers are nonetheless planning to pack the final matches
into a condensed schedule before the playoffs.
- Turkish Super Lig matches are still being played, albeit
without fans present in stadiums.
- South Africa's July tests against Scotland and Georgia remain
as scheduled but will be reviewed in April.
- Australia's National Rugby League, the world's richest
competition in the 13-man rugby code and most popular spectator
sport in the country's eastern states, is continuing for the
time being at closed stadiums.
- The top flight Australian Football League launched its season
as scheduled in Melbourne on March 19 but without fans in
attendance and after organizers slashed the season to 17 rounds
- The World Championships in Sheffield from April 18-May 4 is
going ahead as of now.
- Australian races are continuing in key markets but without
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- The Cage Warriors mixed martial arts promotion is set to go
ahead with its planned event in England on March 20 after a
switch of venue from London to Manchester.
(Compiled by Rohith Nair and Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru,
editing by Pritha Sarkar/Peter Rutherford and Timothy Heritage)
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