15 May: Where's the action?

15 May 2020

iGB, in partnership with sports data specialist Abelson Info, is providing an updated list of the sporting events taking place each weekday throughout the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Armenia's Infinity Cup once again kicks off the round-up.

The action expands with the Nicaraguan Baseball League joining China's Professional Baseball League, its reserves and South Korea's Baseball Championship.

The women's edition of Chinese Taipei's Super Basketball League and Nicaragua's Torneo Carlos Ulloa are the only basketball events taking place in the coming 24 hours. 

Cricket joins the round-up, with Chinese Taipei's Taipei T10 League taking place.

The Icons of Darts Live League and PDC Home Tour continue.

The football schedule expands as we move towards the weekend, with the Belarusian Premier and Reserve Leagues; Chinese Taipei's women's Mulan League; the top four divisions of South Korea's K-League in action, and club friendlies taking place. Tomorrow, however, the first major European league will return when the Bundesliga resumes. 

The only golf tournament in action is the South Korean KLPGA Championship, which enters its third round.

There are 13 Australian tracks hosting races, and activity at two US tracks.

Horse Racing
The schedule continues to be dominated by Australia, with 21 tracks hosting races in the coming 24 hours. The US schedule grows, with activity across seven tracks, while there is also racing taking place in Macau, Denmark, France, Norway and Sweden.

Ice Hockey
The short-form Russian Liga Pro returns.

Table Tennis
Table tennis will take place in Armenia, Brazil, China, the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia and the Ukraine.

The next 24 hours' tennis action comes from Belarus, Germany, Russia and the US.

The round-up concludes with volleyball, in Russia's Liga Pro.

This list is not intended to be exhaustive, and all events are subject to change.

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