(Adds Olympic torch, Swedish ice hockey, pentathlon, cycling)
March 15 (Reuters) - Major sports events around the world that have been hit by the coronavirus outbreak:
* The Tokyo 2020 Olympics torch lighting ceremony in ancient Olympia was held without spectators.
* The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games flame handover in Athens next week will be done in an empty stadium.
* The Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) suspended the remainder of the torch relay through the country to avoid attracting crowds.
* U.S. Olympic trials for wrestling, originally scheduled for April 4-5 at Penn State University, were postponed.
* U.S. Rowing postponed its Olympic team trials.
* U.S. Olympic diving trials, scheduled for April 3-5 in Tucson, Arizona, were postponed. All USA Diving events postponed for next 30 days.
* The NBA has suspended its season.
* The NHL has suspended its season.
* The MLB will delay its 2020 season's opening day of March 26 by at least two weeks. It said Spring Training camps were also suspended.
* All elite soccer matches in England, including the Premier League, Football League (EFL) and Women's Super League (WSL), were suspended until April 4.
* The German Football League called off matches scheduled for March 13-15 in the Bundesliga and second-tier Bundesliga 2. They recommended both leagues be suspended until April 2.
* UEFA postponed all Champions League and Europa League matches due to take place this week.
* The Confederation of African Football has postponed two rounds of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers scheduled for March 25-31.
* CONCACAF suspended all competitions, including the Champions League and men's Olympic qualifiers.
* The top two tiers of French football -- Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 -- have been suspended.
* All soccer matches in Spain's top two divisions were postponed for two weeks.
* England's friendly internationals against Italy and Denmark at Wembley on March 27 and 31 will not take place.
* U.S. Major League Soccer has suspended its season.
* All soccer in the Netherlands was suspended until the end of March.
* FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation have agreed to postpone Asian World Cup qualifying matches in March and June.
* FIFA has postponed South American qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup between March 23-31.
* Spain's Copa del Rey final between Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad (Seville; April 18) was postponed.
* New seasons in the Chinese, Japanese and South Korean leagues were postponed.
* A four-team event in Doha featuring Croatia, Portugal, Belgium and Switzerland (March 26-30) was cancelled.
* Tickets are not being sold for the Euro 2020 qualifying playoff semi-finals between Bulgaria and Hungary and Bosnia and Northern Ireland.
* Asian Champions League: Matches involving Chinese clubs Guangzhou Evergrande, Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG were postponed. The start of the knockout rounds was moved back to September.
* The Brazilian Football Confederation ordered all games due to be played in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo to take place without fans until further notice.
* The World Athletics Indoor Championships (Nanjing, March 13-15) were postponed. They will be held in the same city from March 19-21, 2021.
* The Paris and Barcelona marathons were postponed.
* The London marathon, due to take place on April 26, was postponed to Oct. 4.
* The final qualification tournament in Taiwan for the Olympics was put back from April to June 17-21, while the March 22-26 qualification event in Arizona was postponed here
* Japan's professional league postponed the start of the season.
* Euroleague Basketball suspended all 2019-20 EuroLeague, EuroCup and Euroleague Next Generation Tournament games.
* The last two games of Australia's three-match one-day series against New Zealand in Sydney and Hobart were cancelled.
* Australia and New Zealand's limited overs tours were postponed.
* The start of the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament, scheduled for March 29, was postponed until April 15.
* The cricket boards of India and South Africa agreed to reschedule a three-match one-day international series to a later date. The first match on March 12 was washed out.
* England's two-match test series in Sri Lanka scheduled to start on March 19 was postponed.
* Cycling's governing body (UCI) plans to retroactively use March 3 as the cut-off point for Olympic qualification in mountain bike, BMX Racing and BMX Freestyle.
* The final two stages of the UAE Tour were cancelled after two Italian participants tested positive.
* The Paris-Nice cycling race ended a day early after the eighth stage into Nice was cancelled.
* The Giro d'Italia, scheduled to start in Budapest, Hungary on May 9, has been postponed.
* The year's first major, the Masters, has been postponed from April 9-12 to "some later date".
* The Players Championship in Florida was cancelled after the first round. The next three PGA events have also been scrapped.
* The Honda LPGA Thailand event and the HSBC Women's World Championship in Singapore were cancelled.
* The Indian Open, the Maybank Championship in Kuala Lumpur and the China Open have all been postponed.
* The All-Around World Cup (Stuttgart; March 20-22) was cancelled.
* The Swedish Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) is ending the 2019-20 season immediately, with no playoffs, no champions, no promotion and no relegation.
* The International Judo Federation cancelled all Olympic qualification events until the end of April.
* Formula One cancelled the Australian Grand Prix and postponed the next three races in Bahrain, Vietnam and China.
They hope to start the season in Europe at the end of May, putting the Dutch and Spanish races currently scheduled for May 3 and 10 in Zandvoort and Barcelona in doubt.
* Four rounds of the MotoGP season in Qatar, Thailand, Texas and Argentina will not go ahead as scheduled.
* NASCAR races at the Atlanta Motor Speedway (March 15) and Homestead-Miami Speedway (March 22) postponed.
* Round four of the World Rally Championship in Argentina that was scheduled for April 23-26 has been postponed.
* The World Rallycross Championship opener in Catalunya-Barcelona scheduled for April 18-19 has been postponed.
* Rally Mexico was cut short after the second leg.
* Two World Rowing Cups and the European Olympic Qualification Regatta, all scheduled for Italy, were cancelled here
* Four Six Nations matches were postponed.
* The Singapore and Hong Kong legs of the World Rugby Sevens Series were postponed from April to October.
* Rugby Europe announced a suspension of all its matches and tournaments from March 13-April 15.
* France's rugby federation has suspended all its competitions.
* The Premiership Rugby Cup final on Sunday (March 15) has been postponed.
* Super Rugby, rugby union's club competition in the southern hemisphere, is suspending its season after this weekend's games.
* Rugby Australia (RA) locked down its headquarters to be disinfected after two members of the national rugby sevens programme were tested for the coronavirus.
* SailGP has cancelled its San Francisco event scheduled for May 2-3.
* The ATP suspended its professional men's tennis tour for six weeks after the Miami Open (March 23-April 5) was cancelled.
* The Fed Cup finals (Budapest; April 14-19) were postponed.
* The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells was cancelled.
* The WTA said its events in Mexico and Colombia in March and April would not be held. The Xi'an Open and Kunming Open had already been cancelled.
* The International Triathlon Union (ITU) has suspended all activity until April 30 including all events on the World Triathlon and Continental calendars.
* The rest of the modern pentathlon World Cup season has been postponed until May.
* The International Ski Federation cancelled the final races of the men's Alpine skiing World Cup.
* The World Cup finals in Cortina were cancelled along with the last three women's races in Are.
* The women's world ice hockey championships in Canada were cancelled.
* The speed skating world championships in Seoul have been postponed until at least October.
* The March 16-22 world figure skating championships in Montreal were cancelled.
Compiled by Shrivathsa Sridhar, Rohith Nair, Hardik Vyas and Simon Jennings in Bengaluru, Frank Pingue in Toronto, Robert Muller in Prague and Gene Cherry in Raleigh; Editing by Ken Ferris and Ed Osmond