(CNN)Since last week’s announcements that the NBA would suspend its season and the NCAA would cancel its annual men’s and women’s basketball tournament in response to the coronavirus outbreak, numerous other sports leagues have followed suit.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging Americans not to attend events with more than 10 people.Here’s a look at the impact coronavirus has had on US sports: NASCAR postpones races until MayNASCAR postponed races in its national circuits through May 3, according to an announcement made Monday.The stock car racing body said it plans to hold a full season once the schedule resumes the weekend of May 8-9 in Martinsville, Virginia.Kentucky Derby postponed until SeptemberThe 146th Kentucky Derby will be postponed until September 5, according to reports from multiple media outlets in Louisville, where the race takes place.At this point, it’s not clear how the postponement may affect the other Triple Crown races. Traditionally, the Kentucky Derby is run first, followed by the Preakness and Belmont Stakes.UFC postpones next three fightsThe Ultimate Fighting Championship will postpone its next three events, which were scheduled to take place March 21, 28 and April 11, according to UFC President Dana White.The March 21 fight was


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