Since the coronavirus spreads globally, it has caused a great impact on the sports world. Here is a list of the sports events in all parts of the world that have been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus.
ISSF International Solidarity Championships in Bangladesh, from Feb. 22-28 postponed.
World Cup in Shanghai, China, on May 4-10 cancelled.
Hong Kong Marathon on Feb. 9 cancelled.
World indoor championships in Nanjing on March 13-15 postponed to March 2021.
Asian indoor championships in Hangzhou, China, from Feb. 12-13 cancelled.
Asian cross-country championships in Hong Kong, China, on March 29 postponed.
Tokyo Marathon in Japan on March 1: Restricted to elite runners only.
Nagoya Women’s Marathon in Japan on March 8: Restricted to elite runners only.
Paris Half Marathon on March 1 cancelled.
Pyongyang Marathon in North Korea on April 12 postponed.
Formula E’s Sanya E-Prix in Sanya, China, on March 21 cancelled.
Formula One’s Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, China, on April 19 postponed.
China Masters in Hainan from Feb. 25 to March 1 postponed.
Asian team championships in Manila, Phillippines, on Feb. 11-16: China and Hong Kong withdrew.
German Open in Mulheim on March 3-8 cancelled.
Polish Open in Krakow on March 26-29 postponed.
Vietnam International Challenge postponed from March 24-29 to June 2-7.
Nippon Professional Baseball: Preseason games from Feb. 26 to March 15, no spectators.
Olympic qualifying tournament in Taiwan moved from April 1-5 to June 17-21.
Women’s Olympic qualifying tournament, from Feb. 6-9, moved from Foshan, China, to Belgrade, Serbia.
Asia Cup qualifiers postponed: Matches scheduled for Hong Kong moved to opponents’ countries.
South Korean Basketball League: All matches from Feb. 25-March 31 no spectators.
Olympic test event in China from Feb. 27-March 2 cancelled.
Asia-Oceania Olympic qualifier, from March 3-11, moved from Wuhan, China, to Amman, Jordan.
UAE Tour cancelled on Feb. 27 after 5 of 7 stages.