Thousands of English soccer fans will be hoping to go to Turkey in three weeks to see Chelsea and Manchester City contest an all-English UEFA Champions League final without facing travel restrictions.
Major League Baseball says nine teams have had 85% of players, coaches and others with Tier 1 access receive their final dose of the coronavirus vaccine, allowing those clubs to ease some health and safety protocols.
Local organizers and the International Olympic Committee are pushing ahead with plans to open the postponed Tokyo Olympics in just under three months.
The NHL is preparing contingency plans if virus restrictions in Canada prevent travel between provinces or back and forth to the U.S. during the playoffs.
Major League Baseball says 70% of players, on-field staff and support personnel have been fully or partially vaccinated for the novel coronavirus.
Baseball fans at Globe Life Field have largely not worn masks this season, and the Rangers realize it.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway will host the largest sporting event in the world since the start of the pandemic next month.
The NHL says it has not told players virus protocols would be relaxed when a team reaches a certain threshold of vaccination.
The NFL’s revised offseason program still includes a post-draft rookie minicamp, voluntary workouts and a mandatory minicamp next month despite the union’s objection to in-person activities due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Vancouver Canucks are recovering from the NHL’s worst COVID-19 outbreak but believe they can complete the pandemic-condensed season.