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Australia tour of England 2020


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2020 Australia tour of England Facts

Australian cricket team in England in 2020
England Australia
Dates 4 – 16 September 2020
Captains Eoin Morgan Aaron Finch

 

Schedule

  • 1st T20I (N), Southampton, Sep 4 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia
  • 06-SEP-2020, 06:45 PM
    2nd T20I, Southampton, Sep 6 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia
  • 08-SEP-2020, 10:30 PM
    3rd T20I (N), Southampton, Sep 8 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia
  • 11-SEP-2020, 05:30 PM
    1st ODI (D/N), Manchester, Sep 11 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia
  • 13-SEP-2020, 05:30 PM
    2nd ODI (D/N), Manchester, Sep 13 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia
  • 16-SEP-2020, 05:30 PM
    3rd ODI (D/N), Manchester, Sep 16 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia

Results

  • 1st T20I (N), Southampton, Sep 4 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England 162/7 ; Australia 160/6 (20 ov, target 163)
    RESULT: England won by 2 runs
  • 2nd T20I, Southampton, Sep 6 2020, Australia tour of England
  • Australia 157/7 ; England 158/4 (18.5/20 ov, target 158)
    RESULT: England won by 6 wickets
  • 3rd T20I (N), Southampton, Sep 8 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England 145/6 ; Australia 146/5 (19.3/20 ov, target 146)
    RESULT: Australia won by 5 wickets
  • 11-SEP-2020, 05:30 PM
    1st ODI (D/N), Manchester, Sep 11 2020, Australia tour of England
  • Toss  England , elected to field first
  • AUS 294/9 ; ENG 275/9 (50 ov, target 295)
    RESULT: Australia won by 19 runs | Player Of The Match
    Josh Hazlewood | Series result  Australia led the 3-match series 1-0
  • 13-SEP-2020, 05:30 PM
  • 2nd ODI (D/N), Manchester, Sep 13 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia
  • 16-SEP-2020, 05:30 PM
    3rd ODI (D/N), Manchester, Sep 16 2020, Australia tour of England
  • England
  • Australia

Squads

ODI Squad

England

  • Eoin Morgan (c)
  • Moeen Ali
  • Jofra Archer
  • Jonny Bairstow (wk)
  • Tom Banton
  • Sam Billings
  • Jos Buttler (wk)
  • Sam Curran
  • Tom Curran
  • Adil Rashid
  • Joe Root
  • Chris Woakes
  • Mark Wood

Australia

  • Aaron Finch (c)
  • Sean Abbott
  • Ashton Agar
  • Alex Carey (wk)
  • Pat Cummins
  • Josh Hazlewood
  • Marnus Labuschagne
  • Nathan Lyon
  • Mitchell Marsh
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • Riley Meredith
  • Josh Philippe
  • Daniel Sams
  • Kane Richardson
  • Steve Smith
  • Mitchell Starc
  • Marcus Stoinis
  • Andrew Tye
  • Matthew Wade
  • David Warner
  • Adam Zampa

T20I Squad

England

  • Eoin Morgan (c)
  • Moeen Ali
  • Jofra Archer
  • Jonny Bairstow (wk)
  • Tom Banton
  • Sam Billings
  • Jos Buttler (wk)
  • Sam Curran
  • Tom Curran
  • Joe Denly
  • Chris Jordan
  • Dawid Malan
  • Adil Rashid
  • Mark Wood

Australia

  • Aaron Finch (c)
  • Sean Abbott
  • Ashton Agar
  • Alex Carey (wk)
  • Pat Cummins
  • Josh Hazlewood
  • Marnus Labuschagne
  • Nathan Lyon
  • Mitchell Marsh
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • Riley Meredith
  • Josh Philippe
  • Daniel Sams
  • Kane Richardson
  • Steve Smith
  • Mitchell Starc
  • Marcus Stoinis
  • Andrew Tye
  • Matthew Wade
  • David Warner
  • Adam Zampa

Grounds

Rose Bowl

Location West End, Borough of Eastleigh, Hampshire
Establishment 2001
Capacity 15,000 (25,000 with temporary seating)

Old Trafford

Location Old Trafford, Greater Manchester
England
Establishment 1857; 163 years ago
Capacity Domestic: 19,000
International: 26,000
Concerts: 50,000

Pakistan tour of England 2020


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2020 Pakistan tour of England Facts

Dates 5 August – 1 September 2020
Captains Joe Root (Tests) Azhar Ali (Tests)
Babar Azam (T20Is)

Schedule

  • 1st Test, Manchester, Aug 5-9 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England
    Pakistan
  • 13-AUG-2020, 03:30 PM
    2nd Test, Southampton, Aug 13-17 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England
    Pakistan
  • 21-AUG-2020, 03:30 PM
    3rd Test, Southampton, Aug 21-25 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England
    Pakistan
  • 26-AUG-2020, 03:30 PM
    Tour Match, Leicester, Aug 26 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    Leicestershire
    Pakistanis
  • 28-AUG-2020, 10:30 PM
    1st T20I (D/N), Manchester, Aug 28 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England
    Pakistan
  • 30-AUG-2020, 07:00 PM
    2nd T20I, Manchester, Aug 30 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England
    Pakistan
  • 01-SEP-2020, 10:30 PM
    3rd T20I (D/N), Manchester, Sep 1 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England
    Pakistan

Results

  • 1st Test, Manchester, Aug 5-9 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    PAK 326 & 169 ; ENG 219 & 277/7 (82.1 ov, target 277)
    RESULT: England won by 3 wickets | Player Of The Match Chris Woakes
  • 2nd Test, Southampton, Aug 13-17 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    Pakistan 236 v England 110/4d (43.1 ov)
    RESULT: Match drawn |  Player Of The Match Mohammad Rizwan
  • 3rd Test, Southampton, Aug 21-25 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    ENG 583/8d ; PAK 273 & 187/4 (83.1 ov) (f/o)
    RESULT: Match drawn
    Player Of The Match
    Zak Crawley
    Player Of The Series
    Jos Buttler
    Mohammad Rizwan
  • Tour Match, Leicester, Aug 26 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    Leicestershire ; Pakistanis
    Result: POSTPONED
  • 1st T20I (D/N), Manchester, Aug 28 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    England 131/6 (16.1/20 ov) ; Pakistan
    RESULT: No result
  • 2nd T20I, Manchester, Aug 30 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    Pakistan 195/4 ; England 199/5 (19.1/20 ov, target 196)
    RESULT: England won by 5 wickets
  • 3rd T20I (D/N), Manchester, Sep 1 2020, Pakistan tour of England
    PAK 190/4 ; ENG 185/8 (20 ov, target 191)
    RESULT: Pakistan won by 5 runs

Squads

T20 Squad

England

  • Eoin Morgan (c)
    Middle-order batsman
  • Moeen Ali
    Batting allrounder
  • Jonny Bairstow †
    Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Tom Banton
    Opening batsman
  • Sam Billings †
    Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Tom Curran
    Bowling allrounder
  • Joe Denly
    Top-order batsman
  • Lewis Gregory
    Allrounder
  • Chris Jordan
    Bowler
  • Saqib Mahmood
    Bowler
  • Dawid Malan
    Top-order batsman
  • Adil Rashid
    Bowler
  • David Willey
    Allrounder

Pakistan

  • Babar Azam (c)
    Batsman
  • Fakhar Zaman
    Opening batsman
  • Haider Ali
  • Haris Rauf
  • Iftikhar Ahmed
    Middle-order batsman
  • Imad Wasim
    Allrounder
  • Khushdil Shah
    Middle-order batsman
  • Mohammad Amir
    Bowler
  • Mohammad Hafeez
    Allrounder
  • Mohammad Hasnain
    Bowler
  • Mohammad Rizwan †
    Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Naseem Shah
    Bowler
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed †
    Wicketkeeper batsman
  • Shadab Khan
    Allrounder
  • Shaheen Afridi
    Bowler
  • Shoaib Malik
    Allrounder
  • Wahab Riaz
    Bowler

Test’s

England

  • Joe Root (c)
  • Ben Stokes (vc)
  • James Anderson
  • Jofra Archer
  • Dom Bess
  • Stuart Broad
  • Rory Burns
  • Jos Buttler (wk)
  • Zak Crawley
  • Sam Curran
  • Ollie Pope
  • Dom Sibley
  • Chris Woakes
  • Mark Wood
Pakistan
  • Azhar Ali (c)
  • Babar Azam (vc)
  • Mohammad Abbas
  • Shaheen Afridi
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed (wk)
  • Fawad Alam
  • Abid Ali
  • Kashif Bhatti
  • Shadab Khan
  • Sohail Khan
  • Shan Masood
  • Mohammad Rizwan (wk)
  • Asad Shafiq
  • Naseem Shah
  • Yasir Shah
  • Imam-ul-Haq

Grounds

  • New Road, Worcester

Location Worcester, Worcestershire, England
Establishment 1896
Capacity 5,500

  • County Cricket Ground, Derby

Location Derby, Derbyshire
County club Derbyshire
Establishment 1863
Capacity 9,500

  • Old Trafford, Manchester

Location Old Trafford, Greater Manchester
England
Establishment 1857; 163 years ago
Capacity Domestic: 19,000
International: 26,000
Concerts: 50,000

  • Rose Bowl, Southampton

Location West End, Hampshire
Establishment 2001
Capacity 15,000 (25,000 with temporary seating)

Ireland tour of England 2020


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2020 Ireland tour of England Facts

     
  England Ireland
Dates 30 July – 4 August 2020
Captains Eoin Morgan Andrew Balbirnie
One Day International series
Results England won the 3-match series 2–1
Most runs Eoin Morgan (142) Paul Stirling (156)
Most wickets David Willey (8) Craig Young (6)
Player of the series David Willey (Eng)

Schedule

  • 3rd ODI (D/N), Southampton, Aug 4 2020, Ireland tour of England
    England v Ireland
  • 2nd ODI (D/N), Southampton, Aug 1 2020, Ireland tour of England
    England v Ireland
  • 1st ODI (D/N), Southampton, Jul 30 2020, Ireland tour of England
    England v Ireland
    Tour Match (D/N), Southampton, Jul 26 2020, Ireland tour of England
  • Ireland v England Lions
  • Tour Match, Southampton, Jul 22 2020, Ireland tour of England
  • Ireland v
    Ireland A

Results

  • 3rd ODI (D/N), Southampton, Aug 4 2020, Ireland tour of England
    England 328 ; Ireland 329/3 (49.5/50 ov, target 329)
    RESULT: Ireland won by 7 wickets
  • 2nd ODI (D/N), Southampton, Aug 1 2020, Ireland tour of England
    Ireland 212/9 ; England 216/6 (32.3/50 ov, target 213)
    RESULT: England won by 4 wickets
  • 1st ODI (D/N), Southampton, Jul 30 2020, Ireland tour of England
    Ireland 172 ; England 174/4 (27.5/50 ov, target 173)
    RESULT: England won by 6 wickets
  • Tour Match (D/N), Southampton, Jul 26 2020, Ireland tour of England
  • Ireland 296 ; England Lions (34.4/50 ov, target 297)297/3
    RESULT: Eng Lions won by 7 wickets
  • Tour Match, Southampton, Jul 22 2020, Ireland tour of England
  • Ireland 307/6 ;
    Ireland A (48.2/50 ov, target 308)310/7
    RESULT: Ireland A won by 3 wickets

Squads

ODI’s

England

  • Eoin Morgan (c)
  • Moeen Ali (vc)
  • Jonny Bairstow (wk)
  • Tom Banton
  • Sam Billings
  • Tom Curran
  • Liam Dawson
  • Liam Livingstone
  • Saqib Mahmood
  • Adil Rashid
  • Jason Roy
  • Reece Topley
  • James Vince
  • David Willey
Ireland
  • Andrew Balbirnie (c)
  • Paul Stirling (vc)
  • Mark Adair
  • Curtis Campher
  • Peter Chase
  • Gareth Delany
  • George Dockrell
  • Josh Little
  • Andy McBrine
  • Barry McCarthy
  • Kevin O’Brien
  • William Porterfield
  • Boyd Rankin
  • Simi Singh
  • Harry Tector
  • Lorcan Tucker (wk)
  • Craig Young

Grounds

Rose Bowl, Southampton

Location West End, Hampshire
Establishment 2001
Capacity 15,000 (25,000 with temporary seating

Rev Group Grand Prix 2020


On Saturday, July 11, there will be a 30-minute meeting for Vintage Indy from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. – trailed by another 30-min meeting from 2:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. On Sunday, July 12, Vintage Indy meetings are scheduled to run from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and afterward from 2:15 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Venue Road America
Corporate sponsor REV Group
First race 1982
Distance 222.64 miles (358.304 km)
Laps 55
Previous names Road America 200 (1982, 1987, 1989)
Provimi Veal 200 (1983–1985)
Race for Life 200 (1986)
Briggs & Stratton 200 (1988)
Texaco/Havoline 200 (1990–1999)
Motorola 220 (2000–2002)
Mario Andretti Grand Prix at Road America (2003)
Champ Car Grand Prix of Road America (2004)
Grand Prix of Road America (2006)
Generac Grand Prix (2007)
Kohler Grand Prix (2016–2018)
Most wins (driver) Mario Andretti (3)
Emerson Fittipaldi (3)
Most wins (team) Newman/Haas Racing (10)
Most wins (manufacturer) Chassis: Lola (12)
Engine: Chevrolet (9)

Schedule

Event Information

Gate entrances open at 7:00 amWe urge everybody to follow safe practices at Road America, for example, social removing (keeping up six feet from others), visit hand washing, or utilizing one of the numerous new sanitizer stations situated all through the office. Fabric face covers are likewise suggested in regions where social removing is hard to keep up.

Under the direction of general wellbeing authorities, clinical specialists and nearby, state and government specialists, all visitors will be screened in their vehicles with contactless temperature checks before entering the leaving regions, and just fundamental hustling work force will approach the INDYCAR enclosure. A PPE pack that incorporates a face cover, just as hand sanitizer, will be given to every visitor upon appearance to the track

Main Gate – located on Hwy 67

General Admission Ticket Sales

Recover your development buy tickets or buy the day of occasion tickets here. We acknowledge Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and Amerex.

Gate 3 – located on Cty Rd J

Credentials, VIP Guests and Golf Cart Rentals

Gate 4 – located Cty Rd J/South end of the track

Camping registration – Thursday – Saturday 7 am – 8 pm

Gate 5 – located Cty Rd J/South end of the track

Gate will be closed for this event.

Gate 6 – Located off Hwy 67

Contender Registration – make certain to check the fitting race arrangement for their enlistment hours preceding landing in the occasion.General admission must use Main gate

Administration Office – turn left once inside Gate 6   

Office Hours Friday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm, Saturday 7 am – 4 pm and Sunday 7 am – 3 pm

Administration Office to pick up your Season Passes

Race results

Season Date Driver Team Chassis Engine Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
USAC/SCCA Formula 5000
1974 July 28 Mario Andretti Vel’s Parnelli Jones Racing Lola Chevrolet 25 100 (160.93) 0:53:02 124.741
1975 July 27 Mario Andretti Vel’s Parnelli Jones Racing Lola Chevrolet 25 100 (160.93) 0:54:22 110.355
1976 July 25 Jackie Oliver Phoenix Racing Shadow Dodge 25 100 (160.93) 0:58:29 102.590
Aug 28 Brian Redman Haas/Hall Racing Lola Chevrolet 20 80 (128.75) 0:42:59 111.640
Aug 29 Vern Schuppan Jorgensen Steel Lola Chevrolet 25 100 (160.93) 0:54:38 109.816
1977

1981
Not held
CART/Champ Car
1982 Sep 19 Héctor Rebaque Forsythe Racing March Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 1:49:56 109.156
1983 July 31 Mario Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 2:00:42 99.41
1984 Aug 5 Mario Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 1:43:08 116.347
1985 Aug 4 Jacques Villeneuve (Sr.) Canadian Tire Racing March Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 1:45:12 114.066
1986 Sep 21/

Oct 4*

Emerson Fittipaldi Patrick Racing March Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 2:26:42 81.8
1987 Aug 30 Mario Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Chevrolet 50 200 (321.868) 1:39:52 120.155
1988 Sep 11 Emerson Fittipaldi Patrick Racing Lola Chevrolet 50 200 (321.868) 1:38:11 122.215
1989 Sep 10 Danny Sullivan Penske Racing Penske Chevrolet 50 200 (321.868) 1:37:43 123.05
1990 Sep 23 Michael Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Chevrolet 50 200 (321.868) 1:53:00 106.192
1991 Sep 22 Michael Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Chevrolet 50 200 (321.868) 1:35:05 126.205
1992 Aug 23 Emerson Fittipaldi Penske Racing Penske Chevrolet-Ilmor 50 200 (321.868) 1:48:26 110.656
1993 Aug 22 Paul Tracy Penske Racing Penske Chevrolet-Ilmor 50 200 (321.868) 1:41:20 118.408
1994 Sep 11 Jacques Villeneuve Forsythe/Green Racing Reynard Ford-Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 1:42:37 116.922
1995 July 9 Jacques Villeneuve Team Green Reynard Ford-Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 1:55:29 103.901
1996 Aug 18 Michael Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 50 200 (321.868) 1:56:33 102.947
1997 Aug 17 Alex Zanardi Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard Honda 50 202.4 (325.731) 1:57:54 102.995
1998 Aug 16 Dario Franchitti Team KOOL Green Reynard Honda 50 202.4 (325.731) 1:35:30 127.145
1999 July 11 Christian Fittipaldi Newman/Haas Racing Swift Ford-Cosworth 55 222.64 (358.304) 1:37:00 137.697
2000 Aug 20 Paul Tracy Team Green Reynard Honda 55 222.64 (358.304) 1:37:53 136.457
2001 Aug 19 Bruno Junqueira Chip Ganassi Racing Lola Toyota 45* 182.16 (293.158) 2:00:28 90.721
2002 Aug 18 Cristiano da Matta Newman/Haas Racing Lola Toyota 60 242.88 (390.877) 1:56:43 124.856
2003 Aug 3 Bruno Junqueira Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 34* 137.632 (221.497) 1:35:28 86.493
2004 Aug 8 Alex Tagliani Rocketsports Lola Ford-Cosworth 48* 194.304 (312.701) 1:45:07 110.903
2005 Not held
2006 Sep 23 A. J. Allmendinger Forsythe Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 51 206.448 (332.245) 1:54:43 107.967
2007 Aug 12 Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing Panoz Cosworth 53 214.544 (345.275) 1:40:58 127.481
2008

2015
Not held
IndyCar Series
2016 Jun 26 Will Power Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet 50 202.4 (325.731) 1:39:10 121.426
2017 Jun 25 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda 55 222.64 (358.304) 1:47:19 123.431
2018 Jun 24 Josef Newgarden Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet 55 222.64 (358.304) 1:40:16 132.101
2019 Jun 23 Alexander Rossi Andretti Autosport Dallara Honda 55 222.64 (358.304) 1:39:40 132.894
2020 July 11 Dallara
2020 July 12 Dallara
  • 1986: Race started on September 21 but stopped after 3 laps due to rain. The remainder of the race ran on October 4.
  • 2001 & 2004: Race shortened due to time limit.
  • 2003: Race shortened due to darkness after 2 rain delays.

West Indies tour of England 2020


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2020 West Indies tour of England Facts

England West Indies
England West Indies
Dates 8 – 28 July 2020
Captains Joe Root Jason Holder

Schedule

  • 1st Test, West Indies tour of England at Southampton, Jul 8-12 2020
    England v West Indies
  • 16-JUL-2020, 03:30 PM
    2nd Test, West Indies tour of England at Manchester, Jul 16-20 2020
    England v West Indies
  • 24-JUL-2020, 03:30 PM
    3rd Test, West Indies tour of England at Manchester, Jul 24-28 2020
    England v West Indies

Results

  • 1st Test, West Indies tour of England at Southampton, Jul 8-12 2020
    Toss
    England , elected to bat first |ENG 204 & 313 ; WI 318 & 200/6 (64.2 ov, target 200)
    RESULT: West Indies won by 4 wickets | Player Of The Match Shannon Gabriel | Series result West Indies led the 3-match series 1-0
  • 2nd Test, West Indies tour of England at Manchester, Jul 16-20 2020
    Toss
    West Indies , elected to field first | ENG 469/9d & 129/3d ; WI 287 & 198 (70.1 ov, target 312)
    RESULT: England won by 113 runs | Player Of The Match Ben Stokes
  • 3rd Test, West Indies tour of England at Manchester, Jul 24-28 2020
    ENG 369 & 226/2d v WI 197 & 10/2 (6 ov, target 399)
    STUMPS Day 4: West Indies need 389 runs. CRR: 1.66

Squads

Tests

England

Joe Root (c)
Ben Stokes (vc)
James Anderson
Jofra Archer
Dom Bess
Stuart Broad
Rory Burns
Jos Buttler (wk)
Zak Crawley
Joe Denly
Ollie Pope
Dom Sibley
Chris Woakes
Mark Wood

West Indies

Jason Holder (c)
Jermaine Blackwood
Nkrumah Bonner
Kraigg Brathwaite
Shamarh Brooks
John Campbell
Roston Chase
Rahkeem Cornwall
Shane Dowrich (wk)
Shannon Gabriel
Chemar Holder
Shai Hope
Alzarri Joseph
Raymon Reifer
Kemar Roach

Grounds

Old Trafford, Manchester

Location: Old Trafford, Greater Manchester
England
Establishment 1857; 163 years ago
Capacity Domestic: 19,000
International: 26,000
Concerts: 50,000

Rose Bowl, Southampton

Location West End, Hampshire
Establishment 2001
Capacity 15,000 (25,000 with temporary seating)[1]
Owner RB Sport & Leisure Holdings plc

Genesys 300 2020


The 2020 Genesys 300 is an IndyCar Series occasion that was hung on June 6, 2020 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. It was the initial occasion of the 2020 IndyCar Series, because of race scratch-offs and deferments attached to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Date June 6, 2020
Official name Genesys 300
Location Texas Motor Speedway
Course Oval
1.5 mi / 2.4 km
Distance 200 laps
300 mi / 482.803 km
Pole position
Driver Josef Newgarden (Team Penske)
Time 24.0227 + 24.0351 = 48.0578
Fastest lap
Driver Felix Rosenqvist (Chip Ganassi Racing)
Time 24.1088 (on lap 189 of 200)
Podium
First Scott Dixon (Chip Ganassi Racing)
Second Simon Pagenaud (Team Penske)
Third Josef Newgarden (Team Penske)

Entry list

Car No. Driver Name Owner/Team Engine
1 Josef Newgarden  W  Team Penske Chevrolet
4 Charlie Kimball A. J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet
5 Patricio O’Ward Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
7 Oliver Askew  R  Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
8 Marcus Ericsson Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
9 Scott Dixon  W  Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
10 Felix Rosenqvist Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
12 Will Power  W  Team Penske Chevrolet
14 Tony Kanaan  W  A. J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet
15 Graham Rahal  W  Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda
18 Santino Ferrucci Dale Coyne Racing
with Vasser-Sullivan
Honda
20 Ed Carpenter  W  Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet
21 Rinus VeeKay  R  Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet
22 Simon Pagenaud Team Penske Chevrolet
26 Zach Veach Andretti Autosport Honda
27 Alexander Rossi Andretti Autosport Honda
28 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Honda
29 James Hinchcliffe Andretti Autosport Honda
30 Takuma Sato Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda
55 Álex Palou  R  Dale Coyne Racing
with Team Goh
Honda
59 Conor Daly Carlin Chevrolet
60 Jack Harvey Meyer Shank Racing Honda
88 Colton Herta Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport Honda
98 Marco Andretti Andretti Herta Autosport
with Marco Andretti & Curb-Agajanian
Honda

Withdrawn

Car No. Driver Name Owner/Team Engine
31 Unnamed Carlin Chevrolet
81 Ben Hanley DragonSpeed Chevrolet
Key Meaning
R Rookie
W Past winner

Full Results

Key Meaning
R Rookie
W Past winner

Practice

Pos No. Name Lap Time Avg. Speed
1 9 Scott Dixon  W  24.0006 215.995 mph (347.610 km/h)
2 88 Colton Herta 24.1689 214.491 mph (345.190 km/h)
3 5 Patricio O’Ward 24.1875 214.326 mph (344.924 km/h)
4 26 Zach Veach 24.1906 214.298 mph (344.879 km/h)
5 98 Marco Andretti 24.1945 214.264 mph (344.824 km/h)
6 30 Takuma Sato 24.2437 213.826 mph (344.120 km/h)
7 1 Josef Newgarden 24.3029 213.308 mph (343.286 km/h)
8 22 Simon Pagenaud 24.3128 213.221 mph (343.146 km/h)
9 15 Graham Rahal 24.3179 213.176 mph (343.074 km/h)
10 10 Felix Rosenqvist 24.3974 212.482 mph (341.957 km/h)
11 4 Charlie Kimball 24.4184 212.299 mph (341.662 km/h)
12 12 Will Power 24.4281 212.215 mph (341.527 km/h)
13 8 Marcus Ericsson 24.4408 212.104 mph (341.348 km/h)
14 55 Alex Palou  R  24.4446 212.071 mph (341.295 km/h)
15 7 Oliver Askew  R  24.4842 211.728 mph (340.743 km/h)
16 27 Alexander Rossi 24.4853 211.719 mph (340.729 km/h)
17 29 James Hinchcliffe 24.4979 211.610 mph (340.553 km/h)
18 20 Ed Carpenter 24.5508 211.154 mph (339.819 km/h)
19 14 Tony Kanaan 24.5521 211.143 mph (339.802 km/h)
20 59 Conor Daly 24.5561 211.108 mph (339.745 km/h)
21 28 Ryan Hunter-Reay 24.6094 210.617 mph (338.955 km/h)
22 18 Santino Ferrucci 24.6094 210.617 mph (338.955 km/h)
23 21 Rinus VeeKay  R  25.0564 209.893 mph (337.790 km/h)
24 60 Jack Harvey 25.2599 205.226 mph (330.279 km/h)

Qualifying

Qualifying was run on race day starting at 5 p.m. (ET)

Pos No. Name Lap 1 Time Lap 2 Time Total Time Avg. Speed
1 1 Josef Newgarden 24.0227 24.0351 48.0578 215.740 mph (347.200 km/h)
2 9 Scott Dixon 24.0393 24.0413 48.0806 215.638 mph (347.036 km/h)
3 22 Simon Pagenaud 24.0507 24.0686 48.1193 215.464 mph (346.756 km/h)
4 28 Ryan Hunter-Reay 24.2439 24.1344 48.3783 214.311 mph (344.900 km/h)
5 26 Zach Veach 24.2942 24.1588 48.4530 213.981 mph (344.369 km/h)
6 12 Will Power 24.2708 24.1937 48.4645 213.930 mph (344.287 km/h)
7 15 Graham Rahal 24.2734 24.2029 48.4763 213.878 mph (344.203 km/h)
8 27 Alexander Rossi 24.2336 24.2855 48.5191 213.689 mph (343.899 km/h)
9 10 Felix Rosenqvist 24.3100 24.2384 48.5484 213.560 mph (343.692 km/h)
10 14 Tony Kanaan 24.3959 24.1917 48.5876 213.388 mph (343.415 km/h)
11 98 Marco Andretti 24.2882 24.3444 48.6326 213.190 mph (343.096 km/h)
12 4 Charlie Kimball 24.4347 24.2917 48.7264 212.780 mph (342.436 km/h)
13 20 Ed Carpenter 24.4153 24.3261 48.7414 212.714 mph (342.330 km/h)
14 88 Colton Herta 24.3807 24.3648 48.7455 212.697 mph (342.303 km/h)
15 29 James Hinchcliffe 24.3560 24.4109 48.7669 212.603 mph (342.151 km/h)
16 55 Álex Palou 24.5459 24.2437 48.7896 212.504 mph (341.992 km/h)
17 8 Marcus Ericsson 24.4232 24.4733 48.8965 212.040 mph (341.245 km/h)
18 5 Patricio O’Ward 24.4068 24.4959 48.9027 212.013 mph (341.202 km/h)
19 59 Conor Daly 24.5452 24.4934 49.0386 211.425 mph (340.256 km/h)
20 7 Oliver Askew 24.7092 24.4657 49.1749 210.839 mph (339.312 km/h)
21 60 Jack Harvey 25.2665 25.1499 50.4164 205.647 mph (330.957 km/h)
22 30 Takuma Sato Wrecked during attempt No Time No Speed
23 21 Rinus VeeKay Did not attempt No Time No Speed
24 18 Santino Ferrucci Did not attempt No Time No Speed

Race

Pos No. Driver Team Engine Laps Time/Status Pit
Stops
Grid Laps
Led
Pts.1
1 9 Scott Dixon  W  Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 200 1:38:37.7648 5 2 157 53
2 22 Simon Pagenaud Team Penske Chevrolet 200 +4.410 5 3 40
3 1 Josef Newgarden  W  Team Penske Chevrolet 200 +5.806 5 1 41 37
4 26 Zach Veach Andretti Autosport Honda 200 +6.577 5 5 2 33
5 20 Ed Carpenter  W  Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 200 +6.948 5 13 30
6 59 Conor Daly Carlin Chevrolet 200 +7.576 5 19 28
7 88 Colton Herta Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport Honda 200 +8.055 5 14 26
8 28 Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Honda 200 +8.310 6 4 24
9 7 Oliver Askew  R  Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 200 +8.694 5 20 22
10 14 Tony Kanaan  W  A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet 200 +8.963 5 10 20
11 4 Charlie Kimball A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet 199 Contact 6 12 19
12 5 Patricio O’Ward Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet 199 +1 Lap 5 18 18
13 12 Will Power  W  Team Penske Chevrolet 199 +1 Lap 5 6 17
14 98 Marco Andretti Andretti Herta Autosport w/ Marco Andretti & Curb-Agajanian Honda 199 +1 Lap 5 11 16
15 27 Alexander Rossi Andretti Autosport Honda 199 +1 Lap 7 8 15
16 60 Jack Harvey Meyer Shank Racing Honda 199 +1 Lap 5 21 14
17 15 Graham Rahal  W  Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda 198 +2 Laps 7 7 13
18 29 James Hinchcliffe Andretti Autosport Honda 198 +2 Laps 5 15 12
19 8 Marcus Ericsson Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 196 +4 Laps 6 17 11
20 10 Felix Rosenqvist Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 190 Contact 5 9 10
21 18 Santino Ferrucci Dale Coyne Racing w/ Vasser-Sullivan Honda 156 Mechanical 4 23 9
22 21 Rinus VeeKay  R  Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 36 Contact 1 24 8
23 55 Álex Palou  R  Dale Coyne Racing w/ Team Goh Honda 36 Contact 1 16 7
DNS 30 Takuma Sato Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda 0 Did Not Start,
Qualifying crash
0 22 6

Race statistics

Average speed: 175.201 mph (281.959 km/h)

Lead changes: 5

Lap leader breakdown
From
lap
To
lap
Total
laps
Driver
1 31 31 Josef Newgarden
32 34 3 Scott Dixon
35 36 2 Zach Veach
37 80 44 Scott Dixon
81 90 10 Josef Newgarden
91 200 110 Scott Dixon
Cautions: 4 for 24 laps
From
lap
To
lap
Total
laps
Reason
38 45 8 #21 (VeeKay), & #55 (Palou) accident backstretch
77 85 9 Debris
191 196 6 #10 (Rosenqvist) accident turn 2
200 200 1 #4 (Kimball) accident backstretch

Championship standings after the race

Drivers’ Championship standings
Pos Driver Points
1 Scott Dixon 53
2 Simon Pagenaud 40
3 Josef Newgarden 37
4 Zach Veach 33
5 Ed Carpenter 30
Engine Manufacturer standings
Pos Manufacturer Points
1 Honda 87
2 Chevrolet 76

Broadcasting

Television

Initially booked for NBCSN, it was reported on May 24 that the race would move to NBC, denoting the first IndyCar Series occasion to air in primetime on arrange TV in seven years. With 1.285 million watchers, it was the most-viewed IndyCar Series occasion outside of the Indianapolis 500 since 2016.

The race was called at the track with Leigh Diffey doing in depth. Paul Tracy and Townsend Bell as examiners, with Marty Snider and Kelli Stavast giving an account of pit path.

NBC
Booth Announcers Pit/garage reporters

Announcer: Leigh Diffey
Driver Expert: Townsend Bell
Driver Expert: Paul Tracy

Marty Snider
Kelli Stavast

Radio

The race was conveyed by the IndyCar Radio Network. Imprint Jaynes filled in as the main broadcaster from WIBC Radio studios along with Davey Hamilton as Driver Expert. Jake Query called the field down the backstretch from WIBC studios. Scratch Yeoman was the sole pit correspondent at the track.

IndyCar Radio Network
Booth Announcers Turn Reporters Pit/garage reporters

Chief Announcer: Mark Jaynes
Driver Expert: Davey Hamilton

Backstretch: Jake Query Nick Yeoman

Genesys 300 Facts

Venue Texas Motor Speedway
Corporate sponsor Genesys
First race 1997
Distance 600 km (372.82 mi)
Laps 248
Previous names Spring Race
True Value 500 (1997–1998)
Longhorn 500 (1999)
Casino Magic 500 (2000–2001)
Boomtown 500 (2002)
Bombardier 500 (2003–2004)
Bombardier Learjet 500 (2005–2006)
Bombardier Learjet 550 (2007–2009)
Firestone 550 (2010, 2012–2013)
Firestone Twin 275s (2011)
Firestone 600 (2014–2016)
Rainguard Water Sealers 600 (2017)
DXC Technologies 600 (2018–2019)
Fall Race
Lone Star 500 (1998)
Mall.com 500 (1999)
Excite 500 (2000)
Chevy 500 (2001–2004)
Most wins (driver) Hélio Castroneves & Scott Dixon (4 each)
Most wins (team) Team Penske (10)
Most wins (manufacturer) Chassis: Dallara (27)
Engine: Honda (11)

Past winners

Season Date Driver Team Chassis Engine Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
2011 June 11 Dario Franchitti Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda 114 171 (275.197) 0:54:47 181.649
Will Power Team Penske Dallara Honda 114 171 (275.197) 0:48:09 206.693
2012 June 9 Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Dallara Honda 228 342 (550.395) 1:59:02 167.217
2013 June 8 Hélio Castroneves Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet 228 342 (550.395) 1:52:17 177.257
2014 June 7 Ed Carpenter Ed Carpenter Racing Dallara Chevrolet 248 372 (598.676) 2:01:26 178.301
2015 June 6 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Chevrolet 248 372 (598.676) 1:52:48 191.94
2016 June 12
August 27*
Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Dallara Honda 248 372 (598.676) 2:29:25 144.901
2017 June 10 Will Power Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet 248 372 (598.676) 2:32:31 140.491
2018 June 9 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda 248 372 (598.676) 2:00:53 177.25
2019 June 8 Josef Newgarden Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet 248 372 (598.676) 1:55:09 186.084
2020 June 6 Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda 200* 300 (482.803) 1:38:37 175.201
  • 1997: Billy Boat took checkered flag as the winner due to scoring error; Luyendyk declared official winner the following day.
  • 2000 and 2016: Postponed from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon due to rain. 2016 race further postponed due to more rain/logistical issues.
  • 2001: Postponed from September 16 due to the September 11 attacks.
  • 2003: Race shortened due to crash involving Kenny Bräck.
  • 2020: Race was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indy Lights

  • 2001: Damien Faulkner
  • 2002: A. J. Foyt IV
  • 2003: Thiago Medeiros
  • 2004: Thiago Medeiros
  • 2005: Travis Gregg

Safari Rally Kenya 2020


2020 Safari Rally Facts

Host country Kenya
Rally base Nairobi, Nairobi County
Held on Scheduled for 16–19 July 2020
Start location Kasarani, Nairobi
Finish location Hell’s Gate National Park, Nairobi
Stages 18 (315.12 km; 195.81 miles)
Stage surface Gravel
Transport distance 709.98 km (441.16 miles)
Overall distance 1,025.10 km (636.97 miles)
Cancellation The Rally was cancelled due to
COVID-19 pandemic

Route

The itinerary was shortened around 500 km (310.7 mi).

Itinerary

All dates and times were EAT (UTC+3).

Date Time No. Stage name Distance
N/A 13:01 KWS Naivasha [Shakedown] 5.30 km
Leg 1 — 136.08 km
N/A 14:08 SS1 Super Special Kasarani 4.80 km
08:20 SS2 Chui Lodge 1 13.34 km
09:16 SS3 Kedong 1 33.43 km
10:29 SS4 Oserian 1 18.87 km
13:34 SS5 Chui Lodge 2 13.34 km
14:30 SS6 Kedong 2 33.43 km
15:43 SS7 Oserian 2 18.87 km
Leg 2 — 131.94 km
N/A 08:08 SS8 Elmentaita 1 14.64 km
09:08 SS9 Soysambu 1 20.33 km
10:22 SS10 Sleeping Warrior 1 31.00 km
14:08 SS11 Elmentaita 2 14.64 km
15:08 SS12 Soysambu 2 20.33 km
16:22 SS13 Sleeping Warrior 2 31.00 km
Leg 3 — 51.90 km
N/A 07:55 SS14 Loldia 1 11.27 km
09:08 SS15 Hells Gate 1 10.39 km
10:44 SS16 Malewa 8.58 km
11:27 SS17 Loldia 2 11.27 km
13:18 SS18 Hells Gate 2 [Power Stage] 10.39 km
Source:

Preparation and cancellation

The arrival of the Safari Rally was since quite a while ago pushed by the FIA president Jean Todt. A up-and-comer occasion was effectively run in 2019, with WRC wellbeing delegate Michèle Mouton visited the rally. On 27 September 2019, the meeting was offcially declared to be a piece of the title just because since 2002. However, the COVID-19 pandemic delayed its arrival to the title to 2021

World Snooker Championship 2020


The 2020 World Snooker Championship (additionally alluded to as the 2020 Betfred World Snooker Championship for the reasons for sponsorship) is an up and coming proficient snooker competition that is booked to happen from 31 July to 16 August at the Crucible Theater in Sheffield, England. It will be the 44th back to back year the World Snooker Championship has been held at the Crucible, and the last positioning occasion of the 2019–20 snooker season. It was initially planned to occur from 18 April to 4 May, yet qualifying and the broadcast adjusts were delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Qualifying will be at the initially arranged setting on various dates, from 21 to 28 July.

Brit Judd Trump is the protecting boss, having won the earlier year’s occasion, vanquishing Scot John Higgins 18–9 in the last. This was Trump’s first world title. Fitting the bill for the competition was to happen from 8 to 15 April 2020 at the English Institute of Sport, likewise in Sheffield, however this was additionally delayed

Dates 31 July – 16 August 2020
Venue Crucible Theatre
City Sheffield
Country England
Organisation(s) WPBSA
Format Ranking event
Total prize fund £2,395,000
Winner’s share £500,000
Defending champion Judd Trump (ENG)

Tournament information

Venue Crucible Theatre
(since 1977)
Location Sheffield
Country England
Established 1927
Organisation(s) World Snooker Association
Format Ranking event
Total prize fund GB £2,231,000
Recent edition 2019
Current champion(s) Judd Trump

Prize Money

The breakdown of prize money for 2020 is shown below.

  • Winner: £500,000
  • Runner-up: £200,000
  • Semi-finalists: £100,000
  • Quarter-finalists: £50,000
  • Last 16: £30,000
  • Last 32: £20,000
  • Last 48: £15,000
  • Last 80: £10,000
  • Last 112: £5,000
  • Highest break: £15,000
  • Total: £2,395,000

Schedule

Date: 31 July – 16 August 2020; Venue: Crucible Theatre

Results

Main draw

Numbers given in brackets after players’ names show the seedings for the top 16 players in the competition.

First round Second round Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Best of 19 frames Best of 25 frames Best of 25 frames Best of 33 frames
31 July
 Judd Trump (ENG) (1)
August
July/August
Yan Bingtao (CHN) (16)
10 & 11 August
July/August
Stephen Maguire (SCO) (9)
August
July/August
 Kyren Wilson (ENG) (8)
12, 13 & 14 August
July/August
John Higgins (SCO) (5)
August
July/August
 David Gilbert (ENG) (12)
10 & 11 August
July/August
Jack Lisowski (ENG) (13)
August
July/August
 Mark Allen (NIR) (4)
July/August
 Mark Williams (WAL) (3)
August
July/August
 Stuart Bingham (ENG) (14)
10 & 11 August
July/August
 Ding Junhui (CHN) (11)
August
July/August
 Ronnie O’Sullivan (ENG) (6)
12, 13 & 14 August
July/August
 Mark Selby (ENG) (7)
August
July/August
 Shaun Murphy (ENG) (10)
10 & 11 August
July/August
 Barry Hawkins (ENG) (15)
August
July/August
 Neil Robertson (AUS) (2)
Final: (Best of 35 frames) Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, 15 & 16 August.
Referee:
Players Session 1:
Frame 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
Players Session 2:
Frame 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
N/A
N/A
Players Session 3:
Frame 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
N/A N/A
N/A N/A
Players Session 4:
Frame 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Highest break
Century breaks
50+ breaks
dagger = Winner of frame

Qualifying

Round 1
Best of 11 frames
Round 2
Best of 11 frames
Round 3
Best of 11 frames
Round 4
Best of 19 frames
1
32
16
17
9
24
8
25
5
28
12
21
13
20
4
29
3
30
14
19
11
22
6
27
7
26
10
23
15
18
2
31

Winners

Name Nationality Winner Runner-up Semi-final
or better
147s Appearances Winrate
Stephen Hendry Scotland 7 2 12 3 27 25.9%
Steve Davis England 6 2 11 0 30 20.0%
Ray Reardon Wales 6 1 10 0 19 31.6%
Ronnie O’Sullivan England 5 1 11 3 27 18.5%
John Higgins Scotland 4 4 10 0 25 16.0%
Mark Williams Wales 3 1 6 1 21 14.2%
John Spencer England 3 1 6 0 18 16.7%
Mark Selby England 3 1 5 0 15 20.0%
Alex Higgins Northern Ireland 2 2 7 0 19 10.5%
Cliff Thorburn Canada 1 2 6 1 19 5.3%
Peter Ebdon England 1 2 4 0 24 4.2%
Shaun Murphy England 1 2 4 0 17 5.8%
Ken Doherty Ireland 1 2 3 0 19 5.3%
Graeme Dott Scotland 1 2 3 0 20 5.0%
Dennis Taylor Northern Ireland 1 1 5 0 21 4.8%
Judd Trump England 1 1 4 0 10 10.0%
Terry Griffiths Wales 1 1 3 0 19 5.3%
John Parrott England 1 1 3 0 23 4.3%
Joe Johnson England 1 1 2 0 8 12.5%
Neil Robertson Australia 1 0 3 0 15 6.6%
Stuart Bingham England 1 0 1 0 13 7.6%
Jimmy White England 0 6 10 1 25 0%
Eddie Charlton Australia 0 2 8 0 21 0%
Matthew Stevens Wales 0 2 6 0 16 0%
Ali Carter England 0 2 3 1 17 0%
Barry Hawkins England 0 1 5 0 14 0%
Ding Junhui China 0 1 3 0 13 0%
Nigel Bond England 0 1 2 0 15 0%
Perrie Mans South Africa 0 1 2 0 13 0%
Gary Owen Wales 0 1 2 0 7 0%
John Pulman England 0 1 2 0 11 0%
Graham Miles England 0 1 1 0 12 0%
Doug Mountjoy Wales 0 1 1 0 17 0%
Warren Simpson Australia 0 1 1 0 4 0%

Vienna Snooker Open 2020


2020 Vienna Snooker Open Tournament Facts

Date: May 7 to 10, 2020
Location: Köö 7, Kirchengasse 41, 7th district of Vienna/Austria
Entry Fee: 70 euros

Tournament Information

Venue 15 Reds Köö Wien Snooker Club
Location Vienna
Country Austria
Established 2010
Format Pro–am
Total prize fund €10,000
Current champion(s) Mark Joyce

Prize Money

Total Prize Money: €10,000

Schedule

Date: May 7 to 10, 2020; Venue: Köö 7, Kirchengasse 41, 7th district of Vienna/Austria

Results

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Winners

Year Winner Runner-up Final score Season
2010 Stephen Lee Bjorn Haneveer 5–4 2010–11
2012 Simon Bedford Jamie Jones 5–2 2012–13
2013 Mark King Craig Steadman 5–0 2013–14
2014 Mark King Nigel Bond 5–2 2014–15
2015 Peter Ebdon Mark King 5–3 2015–16
2016 Peter Ebdon Mark Davis 5–1 2016–17
2017 David Grace Nigel Bond 5–2 2017–18
2018 Michael Georgiou Ross Muir 5–4 2018–19
2019 Mark Joyce Mark King 5–4 2019–20

IAAF World Athletics Indoor Championships 2021


The 18th World Athletics Indoor Championships were planned to be held from 13 to 15 March 2020 in Nanjing, China at the recently constructed Nanjing’s Cube exercise center at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Sports Park. The occasion has now been deferred until March 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This would be the city’s initially facilitating of the occasion.

Dates 19—21 March 2021
Host city Nanjing, China
Venue Nanjing’s Cube at Nanjing Youth Olympic Sports Park
Events 26

Venue

The office, an immaculate explanation gathered rec center at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Sports Park known as Nanjing’s Cube will be the point of convergence of the event. Improvement started in September 2017 and is relied upon to be done in a perfect open door for the event. The setting for olympic style occasions and swimming are arranged in Block An of the amusement community and toward the east is the Yangtze River complex. It will give cooking and motels similarly as security work for the event.

Entry standards

Event Men Women Athletes
Indoor Outdoor Indoor Outdoor
60 metres 6.63 10.10 100m 7.30 11.15 100m 56
400 metres 46.50 45.00 52.90 51.00 30
800 metres 1:46.70 1:44.00 2:01.50 1:58.00 18
1500 metres 3:40.00 3:33.00 1500m 4:09.00 4:02.00 1500m 18
3:55.00 Mile 4:28.50 Mile
3000 metres 7:50.00 7:40.00 3000m 8:49.00 8:30.00 3000m Men 24
Women 15
13:10.00 5000m 14:50.00 5000m
60 metres hurdles 7.70 13.40 110mh 8.16 12.85 100mh 48
High jump 2.34 m (7 ft 8 in) 1.95 m (6 ft 4 3⁄4 in) 12
Pole vault 5.80 m (19 ft 1⁄4 in) 4.70 m (15 ft 5 in) 12
Long jump 8.20 m (26 ft 10 3⁄4 in) 6.75 m (22 ft 1 1⁄2 in) 16
Triple jump 16.90 m (55 ft 5 1⁄4 in) 14.30 m (46 ft 10 3⁄4 in) 16
Shot put 20.95 m (68 ft 8 3⁄4 in) 18.30 m (60 ft 1⁄4 in) 16
4 × 400 metres relay No Standard No Standard 12
Indoor heptathlon / Indoor pentathlon Limited to a maximum of one per country 12

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
400 metres
800 metres
1500 metres
3000 metres
60 metres hurdles
4 × 400 metres relay
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Heptathlon

Women

Event Gold Silver Bronze
60 metres
400 metres
800 metres
1500 metres
3000 metres
60 metres hurdles
4 × 400 metres relay
High jump
Pole vault
Long jump
Triple jump
Shot put
Pentathlon

2018 IAAF World Indoor Championships

Dates 1–4 March
Host city Birmingham, United Kingdom
Venue Arena Birmingham
Events 26
Participation 554 athletes from
134 nations

Medal table

*   Host nation (Great Britain)

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States (USA) 6 10 2 18
2 Ethiopia (ETH) 4 1 0 5
3 Poland (POL) 2 2 1 5
4 Great Britain (GBR)* 2 1 4 7
Authorised Neutral Athletes (ANA) 2 1 0 3
5 France (FRA) 2 0 1 3
6 Ivory Coast (CIV) 1 1 0 2
7 Cuba (CUB) 1 0 1 2
Czech Republic (CZE) 1 0 1 2
9 Burundi (BDI) 1 0 0 1
Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
New Zealand (NZL) 1 0 0 1
Serbia (SRB) 1 0 0 1
Venezuela (VEN) 1 0 0 1
14 Jamaica (JAM) 0 2 0 2
15 Germany (GER) 0 1 2 3
Netherlands (NED) 0 1 2 3
17 China (CHN) 0 1 1 2
18 Austria (AUT) 0 1 0 1
Brazil (BRA) 0 1 0 1
Canada (CAN) 0 1 0 1
Qatar (QAT) 0 1 0 1
South Africa (RSA) 0 1 0 1
23 Spain (ESP) 0 0 2 2
24 Belgium (BEL) 0 0 1 1
Estonia (EST) 0 0 1 1
Greece (GRE) 0 0 1 1
Italy (ITA) 0 0 1 1
Kenya (KEN) 0 0 1 1
Morocco (MAR) 0 0 1 1
Portugal (POR) 0 0 1 1
 Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 1 1
Trinidad and Tobago (TTO) 0 0 1 1
Totals (32 nations) 26 26 26 78