The coronavirus has drastically affected the sports world, leading to cancellations and postponements from major pro leagues and NCAA athletic events as the world attempts to slow its spread. But even with play suspended around the world, some athletes have tested positive.
Here's a look at sports figures who have announced that they tested positive:
Pro athletes/coaches/officials/executives with COVID-19:
Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints coach
Marcus Smart, Boston Celtics guard
Rudy Gobert, Utah Jazz center
Donovan Mitchell, Utah Jazz guard
Christian Wood, Detroit Pistons forward
Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets forward, and three unidentified teammates
Jason Collins, former NBA player
Kozo Tashima, Japan Football Association president and vice chairman of Japan's Olympic Committee
Mikel Arteta, Arsenal manager
Paulo Dybala, Juventus
Paolo Maldini, former player and current AC Milan technical director
Daniel Maldini, AC Milan forward
Callum Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea winger
Eliaquim Mangala, Valencia defender
Daniele Rugani, Juventus defender
Timo Hubers, Hannover defender
Trey Thompkins, Real Madrid power forward
Lorenzo Sanz, former Real Madrid president. He died on March 21 at 76.
Hyun-Jun Suk, Troyes AC striker
Luca Kilian, Paderborn defender
Javier Castellano, jockey
St. Louis Blues play-by-play announcer John Kelly
Unidentified XFL player: Spring football league confirmed that a member of the Seattle Dragons tested positive and has been quarantined.
Los Angeles Sparks guard Sydney Wiese
Five players from Italian soccer club UC Sampdoria: Omar Colley, Albin Ekdal, Manolo Gabbiadini, Antonino La Gumina and Morten Thorsby. Team doctor Amedo Baldari also tested positive.
Three players from Italian soccer club Fiorentina: German Pezzella, Patrick Cutrone and Dusan Vlahovic
Paulo Dybala, Juventus forward, and his girlfriend
Paolo Maldini, AC Milan technical director. The former player's 18-year-old son Daniel, who recently made his Serie A debut for Milan, also tested positive.
Chris Kielsmeier, Cleveland State women's basketball coach Maldini’s 18-year-old son,
Dominique Blanc, Swiss Football Association president
Enrique Bonilla, Liga MX president
An official who worked the championship game of the Northeast Conference tournament
An official who worked the Colonial Athletic Association basketball tournament
A backstretch worker at Belmont Park horse racing track on Long Island
Portsmouth (England) FC players Ross McCrorie, James Bolton, Andy Cannon, Haji Mnoga and Sean Raggett
Thiago Wild, Brazilian tennis player