Canada will play its next two World Cup qualifiers in the United States due to coronavirus travel restrictions. The Canadians' road game against Aruba on June 5 will be played at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, the Canadian Soccer Association said Monday. The June 8 home match against Suriname will be played at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois, the home of Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire from 2006-19 and currently of the National Women's Soccer League's Chicago Red Stars.
World Rugby detail revised summer fixtures plan.
Canada will not send a gymnastics team to a last-chance Tokyo Olympic qualifier because of COVID-19 concerns. The 2021 Senior Pan American Championships are in Rio de Janeiro from June 4-13. Canada’s would have been trying to qualify in men’s artistic, women’s artistic and rhythmic gymnastics.