The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway will open to fans for the first time in 2020 for the IndyCar doubleheader Oct. 3-4.
The speedway will allow up to 10,000 fans each of the three days of track activity. The facility holds more than 300,000 spectators and was closed for the NASCAR and IndyCar doubleheader in July, as well as the Indianapolis 500 in August.
Spectators who attend in October will be split into two groups -- 5,000 fans seated in Turn 1 and 5,000 in Turn 4.
FIBA is moving to “bubbles” for upcoming EuroBasket qualifiers and other continental cup tournaments.
The governing body of international basketball says the November and February qualifiers “should be conducted in ‘bubbles’ instead of home and away games.”
The FIBA executive committee took into consideration the “health and safety of players, coaches and officials” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Each regional bubble will consist of four or eight teams. Host cities will be announced later.
The international basketball calendar has been re-arranged because of the pandemic. The EuroBasket final tournament was postponed one year and is now scheduled for September 2022.
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