Tag: pandemic

Stormy times for FA as COVID blights UK

FA Wembley job cuts

Though a mass vaccination program has picked up momentum in the United Kingdom (UK), the country is still being blighted by the coronavirus storm with the health services entering a “dangerous time” as deaths and cases hit record high. As if the global coronavirus outbreak in March 2020 was not... » Read more

Fight cards on the (cards) in Las Vegas

Las Vegas boxing returns

Boxing is set to return to Las Vegas in US on June 9. Leading boxing promoter Bob Arum is planning to stage a series of fight cards at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada in US, over the coming months, continuing the resumption of live sports amid the global COVID-19 pandemic which has tighten its... » Read more

Strict health protocol for Bundesliga games

Commerzbank Arena distancing

The Bundesliga – which is all set to resume in Germany on May 16 – will be the first European league to resume amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Bundesliga is a professional association football league in Germany and the football league with the highest average stadium attendance worldwide. At... » Read more

Disinfecting venues for closed door events

Tomas Gronager interview May 2020

COVID-19 has ravaged the whole world and it is far from clear how long it will last. The pandemic has, in fact, forced us to change our perspective of how to cope in a post-viral world. This also counts in respect of hosting events in a COVID-19 world. There are several organizations who are doing... » Read more

NASCAR may hit tracks without spectators

NASCAR Martinsville Speedway

US stock car racing series NASCAR says it is hoping to return to the tracks in May sans spectators. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is an American auto racing sanctioning and operating company that is best known for stock-car racing. The announcement comes in the wake of... » Read more

FFA staff face stand-down as COVID-19 scourge on

Football Federation Australia Flag

The COVID-19 pandemic fallout has forced Football Federation Australia (FFA) to announce its “regrettable decision” to stand-down approximately 70 percent of its staff. ausleisure.com quoted FFA Chief Executive James Johnson as saying, “This has been an extremely difficult decision to make,... » Read more

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