Coronavirus relief: What athletes and team owners are doing to helpSports leagues across the globe have suspended their seasons in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. As athletes and team owners wait for their seasons to restart, many have been impactful in helping their communities get through this pandemic. Here are some ways that they have done so.Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The IOC said Thursday it is “not aware of any link” between an Olympic boxing tournament it oversaw in London this month and positive coronavirus tests for people who were there.The Turkish boxing federation said a boxer and a trainer now have the virus after attending the Olympic qualifying tournament, which was stopped on March 16 after three of the scheduled 11 days.In a statement, the International Olympic Committee said it was “not possible to know the source of infection.”CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM“Many participants were in independently organized training camps in Italy, Britain and in their home countries before the competition started on March 14 and have returned home a while ago,” the Olympic body said.Responsibility for Olympic boxing was taken over by the

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