The most complete agenda for top sport events around the world. September 15-21, 2020


Week Preview
 The Tour de France has its second week and it will almost certainly conclude with a new winner, as Egan Bernal (COL) has lost significant ground. The Women’s Giro Rosa will also conclude. Annemiek Van Vleuten (NET) leads. The Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup will also have its first stage, in Belgium.

France also has its biggest car race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which will be a farewell to the Toyota TS050 Hybrid, marking the end of the Hybrid LMP1 era. It will also see 74 year-old Dom Bastien (USA) set an age record. Juan Pablo Montoya (COL) hopes to complete an Endurance Triple Crown (albeit not outright), as he will race alongside Memo Rojas Jr (MEX) and Timothé Buret (FRA) on the LMP2 class.

In North American sports, the NHL will define the Stanley Cup teams (Tampa Bay leads New York 3-1 and Dallas beat Champions Las Vegas 4-1 in the series to clinch the spot). NBA will define if either Denver or Los Ángeles Clippers will face Los Ángeles Lakers in the Western Conference finals, which are also due to start this week. So will the Eastern Conference finals, between Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics.

Magnus Carlsen (NOR) and Hikaru Nakamura (USA) will face again at the The Saint Louis Rapid & Blitz, right after having shared the top prize at the Champions Showdown:Chess 9LX.

In men’s Golf, the top players are rested and are ready for the second PGA Major of the year: the U.S. OpenCBS Sports shares some players to watch out for. Collin Morikawa (USA) won the PGA Championship.

England clinched the Cricket T20I Series against Australia but the Aussies took the third match and with it, they took the number one spot in the world from them. Now they are facing on their ODI Series, with the series tied 1-1.

The Darts PDC Autumn Series continues with Michael Van Gerwen (NET), having won Day 3. More importantly, the World Series of Darts Finals will be plaid. Another precision sport, Carom Billiards, will have action with a tournament held Virtually, with the players playing from different countries at the same time.

Wanda Diamond League Rome

Aussie Rules Football:
AFL Season

Auto racing:
British Touring Car Championship (Thruxton Circuit x3)
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (Nürburgring x2)
FIA Formula 1 (Tuscan GP)
FIA World Endurance Championship (24 Hours of Le Mans)
FIA World Rally Championship (Rally of Turkey)
FIA World Rallycross Championship (Latvia x2)
GT World Challenge Asia (Sepang x2)
GT World Challenge America (Austin x2)
International GT Open (Red Bull Ring x2)
NASCAR Cup (Bristol Motor Speedway)
Super GT (Motegi)
Supercars Championship (The Bend Motorsport Park x2)

Major League Baseball Regular Season
Nippon League

NBA Playoffs Conference Finals
WNBA Playoffs

UMB Virtual OneCarom Challenge
WPSBA World Snooker Tour Championship League 2020

The Saint Louis Rapid & Blitz

ODI England vs Australia

PDC Tour Autumn Series Days 1-3 (Germany)
World Series of Darts Finals (Austria)

Arena of Valor (Garena Challenger Series Summer 2020, RoV Pro League 2020 Winter, Arena of Glory Winter 2020)
Hearthstone Gold Team Championship Season
SMITE Pro League/2020 Season/Phase 2
Starcraft II Gold Series Team Championship 2020 Fall Season
Global StarCraft II League Season 3
ESL Pro League Season 12: North America
ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe
ESL Pro Tour SC2 Masters: Fall
Overwatch League Playoffs
Quake Pro League Season 2: Stage 1
World Cyber Games 2020 Connected Group Stage

LPGA Cambia Portland Classic (USA)
PGA U.S. Open (New York, USA)

Horse Racing: 
Colgate Optic White George Main Stakes, Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (Invitation Stakes) (Australia)
St Leger Stakes (England)
Woodbine Mile, Natalma Stakes, Summer Stakes (Canada)
Tarzino Trophy (New Zealand)
Belmont Oaks Invitational Stakes (USA)

Ice Hockey:
NHL Playoffs (Conference Finals)

Mountain Bike:
Mountain Bike Eliminator World Cup (Belgium)

FIM Bajas World Cup (Portugal)
FIM Motocross World Championship (Faenza x4)
FIM MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, Moto E World Championship (Misano, Italy)
FIM Superbike, Supersport, Supersport 300 World Championship (Circuit de Catalunya)
FIM Speedway Grand Prix (Czechia x2)
FIM Trial World Championship (Andorra)

Road Cycling:
Tour de France (WT)
UCI Women’s World Tour Giro d’Italia

BMW SIM 120 Cup
BMW SIM M2 CS Racing Cup

ATP/WTA Italian Open