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Round-Up: Beijing 2022 offers social support, Tokyo event test, AFC Champions League concerns, and more

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The Beijing 2022 Organizing Committee is actively trying to involve more disabled people in benefiting from the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games – China.org

China Post is scheduled to issue a set of 5 commemorative stamps for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics-Sports on November 7. The stamp designs feature short track speed skating, figure skating, speed skating, curling and ice hockey – Sportsmoney.cn

The International Gymnastics Federation has implemented stringent anti-Covid-19 measures for a four-nation meet to be held in Tokyo on Sunday, the one-day event is being viewed as a test of Tokyo’s capability to safely hold an international sports event amid the pandemic – Kyodo

Concerns are growing on whether the eastern zone of the AFC Champions League can be completed in the face of travel restrictions in the region – CNA/AFP

The J. League has postponed Saturday’s Levain Cup final between Reysol and FC Tokyo, the teams were due to play at Tokyo’s National Stadium in front of a sold-out, socially distanced crowd of 24,000 – Japan Times

The new Hong Kong Premier League season will kick off one week later than scheduled after clubs asked for more time to allow their overseas recruits to get their administration matters sorted out – SCMP

The National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam has postponed FA Cup 2020, the country’s premier cup competition, due to Covid-19 – Sina.com

Next year’s Australian Ladies Classic and the Women’s NSW Open have been postponed due to the ongoing travel restrictions associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The Ladies European Tour announced both events set to be hosted in Australia in February next year have been rescheduled for 2022 – 7News.com.au

The Ports of Auckland has announced inner harbour race courses, which offer views from the shoreline, can now be used for the 36th America’s Cup – RNZ

South Korea’s professional Volleyball league, the V-League will increase the limit on fan admission from 30 per cent to 50 per cent of stadium capacity from November 11 – Naver