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The golf PGA , which has already reorganized its schedule, the Basketball Champions League , Roland Garros and the main marathons in Europe and America are among the few 'brave' who have dared in recent weeks to set new dates for competition, with the hope that the coronavirus pandemic will ease in the coming months and allow a progressive return to competitive activity.

Although most sports organizations have canceled their agenda "until further notice", more and more are reserving space on the calendar, almost always with their sights set on the second half of the year.

The Tour de France maintains its departure date of June 27, while looking for an alternative to which it will be headed after President Emmanuel Macrom extended the isolation measures in the country on Monday until May 11. Macron noted that high-attendance events will have to wait at least until mid-July.

Meanwhile, the dates of the Tour remain from August 14 to September 9 and the Giro seeks location in the month of October, but everything will revolve around the Tour's decision.

This Saturday, April 18, a friendly soccer tournament between four women's teams will only start in Stockholm from the capital, which will be played without an audience. The competition that marks the return to activity in Sweden will run until May 24.

The PGA maintains the Charles Schwab Challenge as the tournament where golfers will return to the greens, May 21-24 at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. But this date could change this Tuesday, in a meeting called with the players.

The PGA Championship has been held from August 6 to 9 in San Francisco and the Augusta Masters from November 12 to 15. The Ryder, this year in Wisconsin, runs from September 25 to 27.

The basketball Champions League has moved its final to September 8-30, although it has yet to find a venue.

The Boston Marathon on September 14 will be the first of the greats, which will run until New York on November 1.

The international U20 soccer tournament COTIF in l'Alcúdia will evaluate in May if it can keep its dates from July 13 to 23

These are the competitions that have already proposed their dates:

Swedish football, women's friendly tournament: April 18 - May 24

PGA, Charles Schwab Challenge: May 21-24

Vertical climb to the Bali Hotel in Benidorm: June 13

Tour de France: June 27 - July 19

COTIF, July 13-23 in l'Alcúdia

Golf, PGA Championship in San Francisco: August 6-9

Basketball, league of Puerto Rico: August 15

Tennis, US Open : August 31 - September 13

Boston Marathon: September 14

Tour of Spain : August 14 - September 9

Bearded Vulture: September 19

24 hours of Le Mans : September 19-20

UCI, Aigle World Championships (Switzerland): September 20-27

Berlin Marathon: September 27

Roland Garros : September 20 - October 4

Ryder Cup in Wisconsin: September 25-27

Table tennis, World Team Championships in Busan, Korea: September 27 - October 4

Final to 8 of the European Basketball Champions League: September 30 - October 4

London Marathon: October 4

Chicago Marathon; October 11th

Paris Marathon: October 18

Rotterdam Marathon: October 24

World Congress of Sports Sciences in Seville: October 28-30

Tour of Italy: October

New York Marathon: November 1

Golf, Augusta Masters: November 12-15

Athletics: December 1 begins qualifying period for Tokyo 2020

2020 Tokyo Olympics: July 23 - August 8, 2021.

According to the criteria of The Trust Project

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