I had a few running events booked through the summer but they've all succumbed to the virus as well. My local 10k - something I've done for the last 15yrs - should have been two days ago but has been moved to Sept (minus its main sponsor who wanted it cancelled altogether). I went out and ran the course anyway on Sunday but it wasn't the same without 999 other plodders and half the town spectating.
I should have been doing a 50+mile ultra race in a couple of weeks but that's also been cancelled. Instead, the organisers have come up with a virtual version where you have to do the distance but on your own and over 6 days rather than 1 or 2. Virtual events seem to be the make do and mend flavour of the month at the moment. Last month Overland mag did a virtual bike travel weekend where the talks etc were done on Zoom and F1 on-line computer game races have been attracting bigger crowds than the real thing. I suppose Jerry could always flog his bikes, buy a copy of MotoGP and get on the start line with Marquez