The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
Chicago Cubs manager David Ross is skipping the teamâ€™s Monday morning workout because he is awaiting his completed result from his Saturday coronavirus test.
The team says five other Tier 1 individuals also missed the workout for the same reason. Tier 1, according to baseballâ€™s 2020 operations manual, includes players and other on-field personnel.
â€œOut of an abundance of caution, we think it makes sense for the six of us to wait for clarity,â€ Ross said in a release. â€œSituations like this have not been a worrisome indicator of a positive test result to date.â€
The Cubs say there should be â€œfurther clarityâ€ later in the day.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has postponed its virtual Football Kickoff media event.
The league says the event to preview each teamsâ€™ prospects heading into fall training camp is delayed until further notice. The three-day event was originally scheduled to be held beginning July 21.
The ACC says future decisions and announcements will take place â€œat the appropriate time.â€
The Patriot League has joined the Ivy League in canceling fall sports, including football, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Division I conference says it has still not determined whether winter and spring sports competition will be held and that it will consider holding fall sports in the second semester. The Ivy League made a similar announcement last week. The Patriot League is the first conference in the Football Championship Subdivision that competes in the Football Bowl Subdivisionâ€™s playoffs to suspend its season.
Army and Navy compete in the Patriot League in many sports, including basketball, but not in football. The Patriot League said Army and Navy are exempt from the fall sports cancellation, which also includes womenâ€™s soccer and volleyball.
Athletes will be permitted to practice and train with coaches and in team facilities â€œprovided health and safety conditions support such activities,â€ the conference said.
Swiss soccer club Zurich says it will field an under-21 team to try to save the season from being canceled because the first-team is isolating at home.
Zurichâ€™s game on Saturday was postponed because multiple players and staff tested positive for the coronavirus.
The club says it will play Tuesday against third-place Basel by selecting young players from its backup roster.
Zurich also has to play title contender Young Boys and St. Gallen and says it wanted to avoid the league being annulled.
The 10 teams are already playing in midweek and on weekends to finish the season on Aug. 2 and meet a UEFA deadline for European competition entries. It is unclear when Zurich can play a re-scheduled game against Sion.
Zurich is in sixth place but in contention to earn a Europa League entry by finishing fourth.
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