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Lewis Whales, Stephen Frawley, Adam Cohen, and Natalia Nikolova

In this commentary paper, we explored the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from the perspective of professional Australian athletes. We discussed the impact that the coronavirus and related competition shutdowns had on athletes with two Suncorp Super Netball (SSN) players, one of whom is a delegate

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Branden Buehler

The American sports television industry has been deeply affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Like the rest of the American television industry, for instance, sports television has had to adapt to a decline in television advertising, with many brands adjusting to economic turbulence by pulling back

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Pablo Jorge Marcos-Pardo, Alejandro Espeso-García, Abraham López-Vivancos, Tomás Abelleira Lamela, and Justin W.L. Keogh

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in China has become the world’s leading health headline and is causing major panic and public concerns. On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the new coronavirus outbreak is a public health emergency of international concern

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Bo Li and Olan Scott

coronavirus. During the coronavirus crisis, both the virus and misinformation spread widely in China. Fake news created confusion for people and also shaped people’s perceptions of this pandemic. Some fake news stories provided incorrect health information; one such example was that consuming alcohol could

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Alexander L. Curry and Tiara Good

hold” (March 19). The virus frame first appeared on March 9—“Virus delays start of Japan pro baseball league”—and persists throughout the remainder of our data set, with the word “coronavirus” or “virus” in 29 headlines during this time period. That March 9 headline referenced the virus’ impact on

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Jason P. Brandenburg, Iris A. Lesser, Cynthia J. Thomson, and Luisa V. Giles

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a highly infectious disease resulting from severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). COVID-19 was first observed in mid-December of 2019 in the city of Wuhan (China). 1 As of fall 2020, COVID-19 has infected more than 100 million people in

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Madeleine Pape and Fiona McLachlan

and for good reasons ( Cooky, Messner, & Musto, 2015 ; Hargreaves, 1994 ). In this essay, however, we want to consider a different analytical strategy. Specifically, we take the Coronavirus pandemic as a moment to consider how the ideology of dependence inhibits women’s place in sport, with a

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Victoria Sanborn, Lauren Todd, Hanna Schmetzer, Nasha Manitkul-Davis, John Updegraff, and John Gunstad

potential differences in persons completing measures before and after the postponement in our analyses (described later). Outcome Measures The Coronavirus Anxiety Scale (CAS) is a 5-item self-report scale that was developed to help identify persons with significant fear and/or anxiety due to COVID-19

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Timothy Mirabito, Robin Hardin, and Joshua R. Pate

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and one of the faces of the White House Coronavirus Task Force charged with spearheading the United States’ response to COVID-19, said in an interview on April 15, 2020, that he believed sports could return in

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S. Maria O’Kane, Ian M. Lahart, Alison M. Gallagher, Angela Carlin, Maria Faulkner, Russell Jago, and Marie H. Murphy

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization announced that there was a global pandemic caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). 1 COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus, which is transmitted primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when