Wednesday’s news on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting sport.

For the majority of professional footballers pre-season training is a necessary evil. Something most would happily forget as quickly as jumping in and out of an ice bath for aching muscles.
But what if countless hours running on tracks, pitches and over hills felt like they were never going to end?
That has been the situation facing players in Sweden, where pre-season training is entering its sixth month, after the start of the campaign on 4 April was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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