Our guys are all masked the whole time, but there’s not enough space for them to keep any distance in the dugouts.
Sorry, meant to reply to the baseball OR above
Some locations we've played at (high level travel ball) have closed the dugouts altogether and players bring camp chairs and spread out. Haven't played a team yet (and we played July onward) who has been totally masked the whole time though.
All this really sounds super-risky (said the mom of indoor cats)!
I wouldn't want to be one of the bad apples at school whose indiscriminate behavior causes the whole shebang to shut down.
Baseball. Masks in dugout, but not required on field for players. Coaches and umpires are masked at all times.
Rec soccer and baseball. 100% masks. We love it so much. Outdoor sports FTW during a pandemic!
Baseball, basketball, soccer. Kids are 4 and 7 and don’t mind the masks at all. There was one boy who was Crying and saying his mask was uncomfortable, felt very bad for him, otherwise kids seem 100% fine.
Soccer. Players wear no masks during practices and games. Must wear masks on the way to and from the field and on the sidelines. All adults with masks throughout.
Tennis, private lessons no mask. Soccer, no mask. Indoor volleyball, masks on the court with mask breaks outside while drinking water,
Tennis in an indoor facility. One private lesson a week and one small group lesson. Masks optional when on the court, but if you are anywhere else in the facility, you have to wear a mask.
Soccer and ballet. They seem unfazed about the masks.
Fencing, the perfect coronavirus sports :-)
Hockey. No contact, locker rooms closed, ice at 50% capacity, one or no spectators per participant depending on the rink.
Soccer, fields at 50% capacity, distanced bench with masks, 1 spectator per player, no team snacks.
Dance, 50% capacity, stay within a 6 ft square, windows open, no touching.
dance - masks, hand sanitizer, no outside shoes, 6 feet apart, temp checks. seems Ok so far.
Tennis since this summer. They were doing other sports before but the facilities are now closed/unsafe.
^ they don’t wear masks on the court since no one gets close.
Track with masks. Soccer with masks. Actually, easier to wear outside, even running, than indoors.
Soccer, I assume they are not playing in masks.
My kid is in two different programs and neither has them wear masks while they are playing.
My DC are playing soccer in nyc, with masks.
Soccer with masks. Ayso here didn’t seem like it was happening, but other nonprofits are doing a season. City park permits just opened up again maybe 2 weeks ago, (but there were plenty of camps out the whole time).
+ 1 private lessons on the weekend