MLS teams take step to­ward re­turn

Richmond Times-Dispatch - - COLLEGES -

Four Ma­jor League Soc­cer teams took the first small step to­ward re­turn­ing to play Wed­nes­day by al­low­ing play­ers to use team train­ing fields for in­di­vid­ual work­outs.

Sport­ing Kansas City, At­lanta United, Or­lando City and In­ter Mi­ami let play­ers in for vig­or­ously con­trolled vol­un­tary work­outs on the first day they were per­mit­ted by the league.

Nashville, Real Salt Lake, LAFC and Hous­ton are among the league’s 26 teams that plan to start Thurs­day, with more lined up next week.

Golf: The In­ter­na­tional Golf Fed­er­a­tion said the World Ama­teur Team Cham­pi­onships for men and women — sched­uled over two weeks in Oc­to­ber in Sin­ga­pore — have been scratched. The tour­na­ment dates to 1958. It was moved in Fe­bru­ary from Hong Kong be­cause of so­cial un­rest.

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