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· Coronavirus: Snooker becomes the first sport to return to live TV action in Britain →
Then the global lockdown took hold meaning the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) had to ensure all tour players were safe, not stranded in any part of the world and with financial packages in place for those struggling in any way.
The New York Times
· Live From New York, It’s Jazz at a Distance →
Ms. Tsuruga has lost gigs with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra and the all-female collective Lioness, and Mr. Pelt had to cut short a European tour.
· SpaceX's astronaut-riding Dragon arrives at International Space Station →
In a show-and-tell earlier Sunday, the astronauts gave a quick tour of the Dragon’s sparkling clean insides, quite spacious for a capsule.
· Osaka and Gauff should not be discouraged from their protests →
Gauff emerged on the tour, in Wimbledon qualifying last year, determined to use her voice before she even had an audience.
The China Post
· French Quarter sans tourists: ‘An old neighborhood again’ →
Gone — for now — are the “screaming bachelorettes drunkenly singing as they pass by,” he said, and the all-hours “ghost tours:” guides taking advantage of the after-dark atmospherics to lead enthralled visitors through narrow streets as they recount legends of hauntings.
· Beware jeans, avoid the gutter, keep your saddle dry … 10 tips to make cycling a delight →
Touring isn’t my bag, because I like to take stacks of books on holiday and can’t bear the faff of camping or the uncertainties of summer storms.
· Watch live as SpaceX's first astronaut-carrying spacecraft docks with the International Space Station →
The astronauts will then serve on board the orbital lab for a shortened tour of duty, but taking part in all the activities a regular ISS rotation astronaut would do, before eventually heading home to Earth back aboard Crew Dragon in a few weeks.
· ECB to seek guidance about cricket’s return from coronavirus pandemic →
International cricket is pencilled in to return on July 8 after Cricket West Indies approved in principle the tour of England.