The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on every walk of life, and sport is no exception.
Almost every sporting competition, including the Olympics, European Championship and Premier League, has been put on hold as the world's attention turns to getting the pandemic under control.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up all of the coronavirus-related news from the world of sport on June 2.
Tuesday evening's headlines:
Formula One and cricket put dates in the diary while rugby union took the next step towards a comeback. Read more.
Furloughed staff have been encouraged to find alternative employment once the Government scheme ends. Read more.
World Cup and Ashes play a part as record annual turnover is revealed. Read more.
EFL clubs had until 2pm on Tuesday to submit their own plans for how to cut short the 2019-20 campaign. Read more.
There were major developments in cricket, rugby union and Formula One. Read more.
England's cricketers are set to face the West Indies in three Tests next month, while the Premier League aims for a June 17 resumption. Read more.
The circuit will host two events as part of an initial eight-race start but its managing director had doubts due to the Government's quarantine plans. Read more.
England hope to squeeze in a near full international campaign, despite the lengthy setbacks faced by the sport. Read more.
Top clubs have been given the all-clear to resume training under certain conditions. Read more.
Silverstone will host back-to-back races on August 2 and 9. Read more.
British number three looks forward to Progress Tour Women's Championships. Read more.
The 2020 season is due to get under way at Austria's Red Bull Ring on July 5. Read more.
Premiership and Championship clubs have been given provisional authorisation to begin non-contact training. Read more.
The campaign will open with two races in Austria on July 5 and 12, followed by one in Hungary, two in Britain, and grands prix in Spain and Belgium. Read more.
It is believed Racing Point has now joined the works Mercedes team in indicating it will vote against experimenting with short qualifying sprints and reverse grids once the 'ghost races' get up and running in July. Read more.
Formula 1 is now expected to publish its official 'corona calendar' of initial spectator-less races in Europe on Wednesday. Read more.