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Sport: the updated calendar of all competitions until November 2020

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World sport, which has been shutdown since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, has postponed several competitions until the fall. The rest of the season promises to be busy in addition to the usual team sports championships. Here is a summary of the major events in planetary sport until the end of November.

August 1-4 – Cycling: 44th Route d’Occitanie-La Dépêche du Midi
9 – MotoGP: Grand Prix of the Czech Republic (Brno)
16 – Cycling: RideLondon-Classic in London
16 – MotoGP: Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg)
16 – Athletics: Diamond League: Gateshead meeting (United Kingdom)
20 to 23 – Golf – Women’s British Open (Grand slam)
25 – Cycling: Bretagne Classic in Plouay (France)
30 – Formula 1: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)

Additional competitions

1st – Cycling: Strade bianche – Initially scheduled for March 8.
2 – Formula 1: British Grand Prix (Silverstone), initially scheduled for July 19.
5 to 9 – Cycling: Tour of Poland – Initially scheduled from July 5 to 11.
6 to 9 – Golf: PGA Championship in San Francisco (Grand slam), initially scheduled from May 14 to 17.
8 – Cycling: Milan-San Remo (Monument) – Initially scheduled for March 21.
9 – Formula 1: Grand Prix anniversary of the 70th anniversary of F1 (Silverstone).
10 to 21 – Football: Final tournament for eight of the Europa League.
12 to 23 – Football: Final tournament of eight for the Champions League.
12 to 16 – Cycling: Critérium du Dauphiné – Initially scheduled from May 31 to June 7.
14 – Athletics: Monaco Diamond League Meeting – Initially scheduled for July 10.
15 – Auto WEC (auto endurance): 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, initially scheduled for April 25.
15 – Cycling: Tour of Lombardy (Monument), initially scheduled for October 31.
16 – Formula 1: Spanish Grand Prix, initially scheduled for May 10.
August 21 to 22 – Climbing: World Cup of difficulty in Serre Chevalier, initially scheduled on July 18 and 19
August 21 to 30 – Football: Final eight-a-side tournament for the Women’s Champions League.
22 to 28 – Tennis: Masters 1000 of Cincinnati (United States), initially scheduled from August 15 to 22.
23 – Athletics: Stockholm Diamond League Meeting – Originally scheduled for May 24.
23 – Indycar: 500 miles from Indianapolis, originally scheduled for May 24.
23 – Moto GP: Grand Prix of Styria (Austria).
September 29 to 20 – Cycling: Tour de France, initially scheduled from June 27 to July 19.
29 to 30 – Motorcycle endurance: 24 Hours of Le Mans motorcycle, initially scheduled for April 18 and 19.
September 31 to 13 – Tennis: US Open (Grand slam), initially scheduled from August 24 to September 13.

3 – Football: start of the group stage of the League of Nations
4 – Athletics: Diamond League – Brussels meeting
6 – Formula 1: Italian Grand Prix (Monza)
11 – Cycling: GP of Quebec (Canada)
13 – MotoGP: San Marino Grand Prix
13 – Cycling: GP of Montreal (Canada)
19 and 20 – Motorcycle endurance: Bol d’Or in Castellet (France)
20 to 27 – Cycling: World Road Championships in Aigle and Martigny (Switzerland)
24 to 27 – Auto WRC: Rally of Turkey

Additional competitions

2 – Athletics: Lausanne Diamond League meeting – initially scheduled for August 20.
5 to 6 – Handball: Final 4 of the Women’s Champions League, initially scheduled for May 9 and 10.
6 – Athletics: Paris Diamond League meeting – Initially scheduled for June 13.
7 to 14 – Cycling: Tirreno-Adriatico – Initially scheduled from 11 to 17 March.
10 to 13 – Golf: ANA Inspiration at Rancho Mirage (Women’s Grand Slam, United States), initially scheduled from April 2 to 5.
13 to 20 – Tennis: Masters 1000 of Madrid, initially scheduled from May 4 to 10.
17 to 20 – Golf: US Open in Mamaroneck (United States, Grand slam), initially scheduled from June 18 to 21.
17 – Athletics: Rome Diamond League Meeting – Originally scheduled for May 28.
19 – Athletics: Shanghai Diamond League meeting, originally scheduled for May 16.
19 to 20 – WEC (car endurance): 24 Hours of Le Mans, initially scheduled for June 13 and 14.
20 to 27 – Tennis: Masters 1000 of Rome, initially scheduled from 13 to 19 May.
October 27 to 11 – Tennis: Roland-Garros, initially scheduled from May 24 to June 7.
20 – Moto GP: Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix (Italy)
27 – Moto GP: Catalan Grand Prix, initially scheduled for June 7.
October 29 to 3 – Cycling: BinckBank Tour – Initially scheduled from August 31 to September 6.
30 – Cycling: La Flèche Wallonne – Initially scheduled for April 22.

11 – Athletics: Chicago Marathon (United States)
11 to 18 – Tennis: Masters 1000 of Shanghai (China)
15 to 20 – Cycling: Tour of Guangxi (China)
15 to 18 – Auto WRC: Rally Germany
16 to 17 – Rugby: Challenge Cup and Champions Cup final in Marseille
24 to 25 – Alpine skiing: World Cup in Sölden (Austria)
November 29 to 1 – Auto WRC: Rally of Great Britain

Additional competitions

3 to 25 – Cycling: Tour of Italy, initially scheduled from May 9 to 31.
3 – Cycling: Hamburg’s Cyclassics, initially scheduled for July 18.
4 – Athletics: London Marathon, initially scheduled for April 26.
4 – Cycling: Liège-Bastogne-Liège (Monument) – Initially scheduled for April 26.
4 – Athletics: Eugene Diamond League meeting (Oregon) – Originally scheduled for June 6.
8 to 11 – Golf: LPGA Championship (United States, Women’s Grand Slam), initially scheduled from June 25 to 28.
9 – Athletics: Doha Diamond League Meeting – Originally scheduled for April 17.
10 – Cycling: Amstel Gold Race – Originally scheduled for April 19.
11 – Cycling: Ghent-Wevelgem – Initially scheduled for March 29.
11 – Moto GP: French Grand Prix, initially scheduled for May 17.
14 – Cycling: Through Flanders – Initially scheduled for April 1.
17 – Athletics: World semi-marathon in Gdynia (Poland), initially scheduled for March 29.
17 – Athletics: Diamond League meeting in China (city to be decided) – Initially scheduled for May 9.
18 – Athletics: Paris Marathon, initially scheduled for April 5.
18 – Cycling: Tour of Flanders (Monument) – Initially scheduled for April 5.
18 – Moto GP: Aragon Grand Prix (Spain), initially scheduled for September 27.
November 20 to 8 – Cycling: Tour of Spain, initially scheduled from August 14 to September 6.
21 – Cycling: Three days of the Breakdown – Initially scheduled for March 25.
25 – Cycling: Paris-Roubaix (Monument) – Initially scheduled for April 12.
25 – Moto GP: Teruel Grand Prix (Spain).
Date to be determined – Formula 1 – Grand Prix of Canada, the United States, Mexico and Brazil.

2 to 8 – Tennis: WTA Masters in Shenzhen (China)
2 to 8 – Tennis: Masters 1000 de Paris
8 – Sailing: departure from the Vendée Globe
13 to 15 – Alpine skiing: Lech / Zuers World Cup (Austria)
15 to 22 – Tennis: ATP Masters in London (England)
19 to 22 – Auto WRC: Rally of Japan
21 to 22 – Alpine skiing: Levi World Cup (Finland)
December 23 to 06 – Surf: tenth and last stage of the world ladies circuit in Hawaii
28 to 29 – Alpine skiing: Killington World Cup (United States)

Additional competitions

1st – Motorcycle endurance: 8 hours of Suzuka, initially scheduled for July 19.
5 to 10 – Cycling: Tour of Guangxi (China), initially scheduled from October 15 to 20.
8 – Moto GP: European Grand Prix (Spain, Ricard Tomo circuit).
8-10 – Judo: European Championships in Prague (Czech Republic), originally scheduled from May 1 to 3.
12 to 15 – Golf: Masters of Augusta (United States, grand slam), initially scheduled from April 9 to 12.
15 – MotoGP: Valencia Grand Prix, initially scheduled for April 5.
21 – Auto WEC (auto endurance): Eight hours from Bahrain, replace the 1000 Miles of Sebring.