A Little Roundup
Organizers announce that the annual Josef Odlozil Memorial athletics meet, scheduled for June 8 in Prague, will be held. It'll be interesting to see how this shortened event takes place and who participates. It usually does attract a handful of top names, but will this just be a token showcase for local athletes? And, will it actually still happen?
And, Bislett Games organizers bring us the "Impossible Games". If Warholm does set a world record, will it count in this exhibition setting?
But, meanwhile, the European Athletics Championships are finally cancelled.
Olympic costs: was there a concern there wouldn't be transparency?
Some European boxers were just one day away from qualification dreams.
James Hall remembers Shibuya.
With candidates likes these, it definitely won't be the Human Rights Games.
Paul Ruggeri: I certainly don't mind that he's double-dipping with this image.
"Celebrated and colorful" cyclist Eddie Dawkins calls it a career.
Nestor Abad gets philosophical, thankfully while shirtless.