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By The Associated Press
The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
The National Hockey League says there have been zero positive coronavirus test results since 24 teams entered quarantined bubbles in Toronto and Edmonton, Alberta.
The league announced it had administered more than 7,000 tests to players, coaches, staff and officials over the past week. Teams with 52-member traveling parties entered the bubbles July 26.
There were also zero positives the previous week when teams were still in their home cities for training camp.
Results of Covid-19 testing conducted Sunday show there were no new positive results for the Philadelphia Phillies.
The team was traveling to New York to resume its schedule against the Yankees in a night game.
The Phillies (1-2) have not played since July 26. Their opponent in that opening series, the Miami Marlins, had at least 18 players test positive for the coronavirus. Although the Phillies didn't have any players test positive, their games last week were postponed as a cautionary measure.
Danish organizers say the Tour de France start due to take place in Copenhagen next year has been moved to 2022 to avoid being held in the same month as the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics and the European Championship soccer tournament.
Copenhagen Mayor Frank Jensen says the move means the three-stage Tour start in his city will now be planned for July 1-3, 2022, adding that he hopes the coronavirus pandemic will have passed by then.
The 2021 Tour was scheduled set to start on July 2.
The Tour's French organizers have yet to announce a replacement city for Copenhagen, although there have been reports that the three-week event could start from the French region of Brittany in 2021.
This year's Tour, which was supposed to start in June, will now be held Aug. 29-Sept. 20 - starting in Nice.
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Updated August 3, 2020