THE coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc in the sporting calendar.
Euro 2020, the Olympic Games and The Masters are just three major tournaments postponed, while football across the UK remains suspended and has no clear return date.
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Events around the globe have been either cancelled or postponed as the killer bug continues to spread worldwide, but the 2020 calendar isn't completely wiped out just yet.
What sporting events are still on in 2020?
DESPITE the huge cancellations, there are still plenty of sporting events going ahead in 2020.
Some are up for review at a later date - namely Wimbledon and The Open - but American-based Wrestlemania 36 and UFC 249 are ON, although will take place behind closed doors.
Also on the list is the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, although F1 bosses are unclear on whether this will go ahead after cancelling the first seven races of the season.
While the London Marathon has been rescheduled for October 4 after originally being set for April 26.
Here's how the calendar for major events in 2020 looks now - but be aware that in the current fast-moving climate, these dates are still subject to change:
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