Tag: coronavirus pandemic


COVID make mincemeat of US college football

US College Football update August 14, 2020

The Big Ten Conference has postponed the 2020 football season because of safety concerns stemming from the novel coronavirus pandemic, the league announced on Tuesday. The Big Ten is the first of college football’s elite Power Five conferences to decide against playing football this Fall in the... » Read more


Stadia as ‘Humanitarian’ in COVID-19 crisis

Stadiums as hospitals part vii

COVID-19 has made the whole world bizarre and unreal. It is simply not going away. Dealing with the unforeseen challenges put up by the coronavirus pandemic has taken a significant toll on people world over. The whole world is buzzing with the question – how long will the pandemic last? With... » Read more


Sports venue sector braces up to COVID-19

1_Corona virus and sporting events postponed IV

Coronavirus has come as the biggest curse for mankind in 2020 and has had a disastrous effect on the world with people living on the edge. The sports venue sector has also been hugely affected with sporting events impacted globally. With events canceled or postponed, revenue streams are drying... » Read more


Rafa Nadal Academy initiative amid COVID-19

Rafael Nadal Academy

The Rafa Nadal Academy in Manocar, Spain, has offered itself up as a center of activity for Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour players to compete amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The Academy also added that televised matches could be... » Read more


Tokyo 2020 Olympics hold off causing ripple effect

Tokyo 2020 additional costs

Tokyo 2020 head honcho Toshiro Muto acknowledged recently that owing to the rescheduling of the Summer Olympic Games to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the organizers are facing “massive” additional costs in securing the facilities where the events will be held in the future. The Tokyo... » Read more


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