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Protracted return for professional sport in China

A fan waves the Chinese national flag as other cheer during the World Cup 2022 qualifier football match between China and Guam in Guangzhou on October 10, 2019. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT (Photo by STR/AFP via Getty Images)

Tom King looks at how China is getting its sporting calendar back on track, and how the global health crisis has affected some of the weaker industry players in the country.

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