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  1. Post update

    Former NFL wide receiver Orlando McDaniel has died from the coronavirus at age 59.

    McDaniel, a star hurdler during his college days at Louisiana State University, died after becoming ill when he returned home to Dallas from Washington DC, his LSU athletics coach, Dennis Shaver, told the Baton Rouge Advocate newspaper.

    McDaniel was selected by the Denver Broncos with the 50th pick in the 1982 NFL Draft.

    He played three games for Denver that season but failed to make a catch in his lone NFL campaign.

    In 1980, McDaniel was the US college national runner-up in the 110m hurdles but never had a chance at the Olympics that year because of the American boycott of the Moscow Games.

  2. Post update

    Nick Hope

    BBC Sport

    The UK may be in lockdown, but some sport is still taking place...10-year-old Roxana Howlett has won the women’s Skateboard England ‘virtual’ National Championship title after a public vote on social media.

    The event had been due to take place in Manchester this weekend, but it was cancelled after the coronavirus outbreak and replaced with an online contest.

    Skateboarders had to film themselves completing a skill at home, upload it to Instagram with the #VirtualNationalChamps tag and the video with the most ‘likes’ claimed victory.

    23-year-old Alex Decunah took the men’s title. The Olympic contender, who has 75.5k Instagram followers, secured 2087 'likes' when the competition ended at 5pm on Sunday, with Howlett - who has 10.3k followers, securing 607.

  3. Canada puts tests on hold

    Canada has put its doping control testing program on hold until further notice in response to government directives intended to minimize the risk of exposure and spread of the coronavirus, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) said.

    Athletes will continue to be required to file and maintain their whereabouts information and remain subject to the Canadian Anti-Doping Program.

    Russia's anti-doping agency also is temporarily halting testing in response to government measures aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus.

    But the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has warned athletes that even without the testing they will be caught.

  4. You're supposed to be at home...

    St Mirren Park

    St Mirren have contacted police after a member of the public entered the stadium and ran on to the pitch.

    The Scottish Premiership club say they have CCTV footage of the incident.

    And the Paisley side have also reminded fans to adhere to guidelines to stay at home due to the coronavirus outbreak.

    "The individual involved has not followed government guidelines and could have caused himself serious injury while illegally entering the stadium," said a club statement.

    St Mirren contact police after break-in

    St Mirren Park

    St Mirren have contacted police after a member of public enters stadium and runs on to the pitch.

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  5. Post update

    Footballers past and present are contributing pictures to remind us of happier times during the lockdown. Here former Spurs stalwart David Howells, an FA Cup winner in 1991, sends in his, featuring an extremely well-known team-mate in the background.

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  6. Parc y Scarlets to take patients

    Rugby Union

    Parc y Scarlets is expected to be operational as a temporary hospital in around two weeks, providing up to 500 extra beds in the battle against coronavirus.

    Work began on Monday to convert three areas of the stadium complex for medical use as the Scarlets work in partnership with the Hywel Dda University Health Board and Carmarthenshire County Council.

    The Juno Moneta Arena training facility will house 252 beds, while there will also be a hospital area in the Quinnell Lounge in the South Stand and the first-floor concourse.

    "Things have progressed very quickly," said Scarlets general manager of rugby Jon Daniels.

    "We are aiming to be close to operational within a couple of weeks. It is a big task and a big challenge, but everyone is pulling in the same direction."

  7. Kane on Premier League season

    Tottenham and England captain Harry Kane belives the Premier League season should be scrapped if it cannot be completed by the end of June.

    Premier League football has been postponed until 30 April at the earliest.

    In an Instagram Live with Jamie Redknapp, Kane said: “I think, for me, we do need to try to finish the season. But there needs to be a point where enough is enough.

    “Playing into July or August and pushing next season back - I don’t see too much benefit in that.

    “Probably the limit for me is the end of June. If the season’s not completed by the end of June we need to look at the options and just look forward to next season.”

    Harry Kane
  8. NHL side's new stadium construction stopped

    Construction on NHL side New York Islanders' new arena has been stopped because of the virus.

    The team were set to play the 2021-22 season at their new home in Belmon Park, Elmont.

    New York governer Andrew Cuomo has stopped construction of all non-essential projects in the state.

    New York is America's hardest hit state, with over 52,000 cases so far.

  9. I am seeing first hand someone stepping up - Farr

    Welsh number one Oliver Farr has been talking about caring for his sons while his wife works to combat coronavirus.

    Joanna Farr has returned to work earlier this month after a spell on maternity leave.

    She will switch from her regular role as an endoscopy nurse to the accident and emergency department.

    "I am a bit worried for her but that's what she is trained to do and she wants to do it," Farr told BBC Sport Wales.

    "She is a bit scared of what she is going to face, but I am extremely proud of her being so brave and getting on with it. I am seeing first hand someone stepping up."

    Read more here.

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  10. Devlin doubt over remainder of season

    Michael Devlin admits he and his Aberdeen team-mates are struggling to see how the season can be finished.

    Scotland’s chief medical officer, Catherine Calderwood, has predicted restrictions on movement will be needed for "at least 13 weeks", virtually ruling out Uefa's ambition to see domestic leagues completed by 30 June.

    "The overwhelming feeling, from my understanding, it’s very difficult to see how the league will continue without disrupting next season," Devlin said.

    "And I think that will be the priority. As much as of course we want to finish this season then I’m not quite sure how we do that if we extend the season, with the added complication in Scotland that contracts expire at the end of May."

    Michael Devlin
  11. Post update

    Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld has been talking to BBC 5 Live about the impact of coronavirus on daily life.

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  12. 'It's touched everybody's lives'

    Legendary Italian jockey Frankie Dettori has spoken of his anguish at the coronavirus situation in his homeland.

    His elderly mother is still in Italy, a country which has recorded more than 10,000 deaths from Covid-19, and Dettori told BBC Radio 5 live: "She’s had pneumonia in the past so she has to be really careful, because if she takes to this virus she may not make it through, so I’m a bit concerned about her.

    "Dad goes to Morocco in the winter, so he’s in lockdown – he’s 79. So I’ve got parents that have to be careful. It’s a worry for everyone, it’s touched everybody’s lives."

    Dettori was one a number of high profile guests talking to Mark Chapman in the latest 5 live Sport Special and you can listen back to it here.

  13. The Beast joins The Squad

    In this week's The Squad, Wycombe Wanderers stalwart Adebayo Akinfenwa - aka the Beast - joins in to chat about life at home with the family, beating his kids at computer games, home gyms, group Whatsapps and cartoon theme tunes.

    Listen in to the podcast on BBC Sounds here.

  14. Spurs allow duo to return home

    Son Heung-min and Steven Bergwijn

    Tottenham have given permission for both Son Heung-Min and Steven Bergwijn to return to their home countries.

    Son has flown back to South Korea for personal reasons, while Bergwijn has travelled to the Netherlands ahead of the impending birth of his child.

  15. Ex-Turkey keeper Recber taken to hospital

    Former Turkey goalkeeper Rustu Recber has been taken to hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.

    Recber is Turkey's most capped player and spent over a decade playing for Fenerbahce.

    Recber's wife, Isil, said she and her two children had tested negative for the virus, but her husband was in a "critical period."

    "While everything was normal, we are still in shock by the sudden and rapidly developing symptoms," she wrote on Instagram.

    Rustu Recber
  16. New York Knicks owner tests positive

    Earlier, New York Knicks announced that their co-owner James Dolan had been diagnosed with Covid-19, becoming the first US major sports owner to test positive for the virus.

    The 64-year-old business tycoon, who also owns the National Hockey League's New York Rangers, is self isolating after experiencing "little to no symptoms".

    In a tweet, the Knicks said Dolan continues to carry out his duties as the executive chairman of the New York-based sports and entertainment company Madison Square Garden Co.

  17. Anderson tests positive for Coronavirus

    Kyle Anderson

    Darts player Kyle Anderson has tested positive for coronavirus.

    The 32-year-old Australian, who lost to Steve Beaton in the second round at the PDC World Championship, travelled back down under 10 days ago to be with his family during the ongoing pandemic.

    His manager Mac Elkin said on Twitter: "He is in good spirits but is now back in isolation on his own in a farm house in Mount Morgan."