22 May: Where's the action?

22 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 begins the daily round-up. 

The baseball schedule expands, with regulars such as the Chinese Professional Baseball League, and its reserves, and the South Korean Baseball Championship joined by action from the Nicaraguan Baseball League and Czech Extraliga.

Club friendlies are the day's only action.

The St Vincent and the Grenadines-based Vincy Premier League T10 makes its first appearance in the schedule.

The Icons of Darts Live League and the Remote League are joined by the Australian ISO Challenge.

The footballing schedule expands with the Belarus Premier and Reserve Leagues; Burundi's National League B; Chinese Taipei's women's Mulan League; the Faroe Islands Premier League; Germany's Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2; South Korea's K League 1-4; and the Turkmenistan Youth League all in action. There are also some club friendlies taking place.

The Cactus Tour at Alta Mesa Country Club moves into its third round.

There are 13 tracks in action across Australia over the next 24 hours, while US dog racing comes from Derby Lane, Palm Beach and Orange Park.

Horse Racing
Racing is to be held at 24 tracks in Australia; 10 in the US; six in France; three in Sweden; two in Germany; and one apiece in Brazil, Denmark, Japan, Norway and Uruguay. 

Ice Hockey
Again, the only short-form action comes from Russia's Comet Division.

Table Tennis
Leagues and competitions in Armenia, Brazil, the Czech Republic, Germany, Russia and the Ukraine all play over the next 24 hours.

This edition's tennis action comes from Germany, Poland, Russia and the US.

The round-up from Friday 22 May ends once again with Russia's Liga Pro.

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

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