March 2010 in sports

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Deaths in March[edit]

Main article: Deaths in March 2010

Current sporting seasons[edit]

Australian rules football 2010[edit]

Auto racing 2010[edit]

Basketball 2010[edit]

Cricket 2009–2010[edit]

Darts[edit]

Football (soccer) 2010[edit]

National teams competitions
International clubs competitions
Domestic (national) competitions

Golf 2010[edit]

Ice hockey 2010[edit]

Motorcycle racing 2010[edit]

Rugby union 2010[edit]

Days of the month[edit]

March 31, 2010 (Wednesday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

March 30, 2010 (Tuesday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

March 29, 2010 (Monday)[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Golf[edit]

March 28, 2010 (Sunday)[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Curling[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Golf[edit]

Motorcycle racing[edit]

Rugby union[edit]

Short track speed skating[edit]

March 27, 2010 (Saturday)[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Curling[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Horse racing[edit]

Mixed martial arts[edit]

Rugby union[edit]

March 26, 2010 (Friday)[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Curling[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

March 25, 2010 (Thursday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Curling[edit]

  • World Women's Championship in Swift Current, Canada: (teams in bold advance to the playoffs, teams in italics go to tiebreaker, teams in strike are eliminated from playoffs contention)
    • Draw 15:
      • United States 5–9 Sweden
      • Latvia 6–9 Switzerland
      • Russia 4–7 Canada
      • Japan 6–5 Norway
    • Draw 16:
      • Germany 4–2 Latvia
      • China 5–9 United States
      • Denmark 8–7 Japan
      • Scotland 5–9 Russia
    • Draw 17:
      • Norway 7–9 Denmark
      • Canada 8–5 Scotland
      • Switzerland 2–8 Germany
      • Sweden 4–9 China
        • Final standings: Canada 10–1, Germany, Scotland 8–3, Sweden, USA 7–4, Denmark, China 6–5, Russia 5–6, Norway, Switzerland 3–8, Japan 2–9, Latvia 1–10.

Cycling[edit]

Darts[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Snooker[edit]

March 24, 2010 (Wednesday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Curling[edit]

  • World Women's Championship in Swift Current, Canada: (teams in bold advance to the playoffs, teams in strike are eliminated from playoffs contention)
    • Draw 12:
      • Japan 2–10 Canada
      • Russia 3–4 Norway
      • Latvia 4–7 Sweden
      • United States 9–7 Switzerland
    • Draw 13:
      • Switzerland 7–9 Scotland
      • Sweden 10–9 Denmark
      • Norway 7–8 China
      • Canada 7–8 Germany
    • Draw 14:
      • China 9–7 Russia
      • Germany 7–5 Japan
      • Scotland 7–4 United States
      • Denmark 13–1 Latvia
        • Standings after Draw 14: Canada, Scotland 8–1, USA, Germany, Sweden 6–3, China 5–4, Russia, Denmark 4–5, Norway 3–6, Switzerland 2–7, Japan, Latvia 1–8.

Cycling[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

March 23, 2010 (Tuesday)[edit]

American football[edit]

  • The NFL announces a change to its overtime rule for postseason play, effective next season. Under the new rule, the loser of the coin toss at the start of overtime will have an offensive possession if the winner of the toss scores a field goal on its first possession. (ESPN)

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Curling[edit]

  • World Women's Championship in Swift Current, Canada:
    • Draw 9:
      • Sweden 2–9 Germany
      • Switzerland 5–6 China
      • Canada 9–6 Denmark
      • Norway 3–7 Scotland
    • Draw 10:
      • Denmark 5–6 United States
      • Scotland 10–1 Latvia
      • Germany 4–7 Russia
      • China 11–6 Japan
    • Draw 11:
      • Norway 11–2 Latvia
      • United States 4–6 Canada
      • Japan 4–7 Switzerland
      • Russia 3–10 Sweden
        • Standings after Draw 11: Canada 7–0, Scotland 6–1, United States 5–2, Russia, Germany, Sweden 4–3, Denmark, China 3–4, Norway, Switzerland 2–5, Japan, Latvia 1–6.

Cycling[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

March 22, 2010 (Monday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Curling[edit]

  • World Women's Championship in Swift Current, Canada:
    • Draw 6:
      • Scotland 11–2 Japan
      • Denmark 4–10 Russia
      • China 8–2 Latvia
      • Germany 8–12 United States
    • Draw 7:
      • Russia 6–7 Switzerland
      • Japan 5–8 Sweden
      • United States 8–7 Norway
      • Latvia 6–12 Canada
    • Draw 8:
      • Canada 10–9 China
      • Norway 4–10 Germany
      • Sweden 3–7 Scotland
      • Switzerland 3–8 Denmark
        • Standings after Draw 8: Canada 5–0, Scotland, United States 4–1, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Germany 3–2, China, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, Latvia 1–4.

Cycling[edit]

March 21, 2010 (Sunday)[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Cross-country skiing[edit]

Curling[edit]

  • World Women's Championship in Swift Current, Canada:
    • Draw 3:
      • Denmark 8–3 China
      • Scotland 6–9 Germany
    • Draw 4:
      • Sweden 9–5 Norway
      • United States 6–7 Latvia
      • Russia 7–6 Japan
      • Canada 6–4 Switzerland
    • Draw 5:
      • Germany 3–10 Denmark
      • Norway 3–8 Canada
      • Switzerland 6–7 Sweden
      • China 4–14 Scotland
        • Standings after Draw 5: Canada 3–0, United States, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Scotland, Russia 2–1, Japan, Norway, Latvia 1–2, China, Switzerland 0–3.

Football (soccer)[edit]

Golf[edit]

Rugby union[edit]

Short track speed skating[edit]

Ski jumping[edit]

Snowboarding[edit]

Speed skating[edit]

Tennis[edit]

March 20, 2010 (Saturday)[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Cross-country skiing[edit]

Curling[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Freestyle skiing[edit]

Rugby union[edit]

Short track speed skating[edit]

Snowboarding[edit]

Ski jumping[edit]

March 19, 2010 (Friday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Cross-country skiing[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Short track speed skating[edit]

Ski jumping[edit]

Snowboarding[edit]

March 18, 2010 (Thursday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Darts[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Freestyle skiing[edit]

March 17, 2010 (Wednesday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

  • The NBA Board of Governors approves Michael Jordan's bid to purchase a majority interest in the Charlotte Bobcats from founding owner Bob Johnson. Jordan, previously a minority owner of the Bobcats, becomes the first former NBA player ever to own a majority interest in a league franchise. (AP via ESPN)

Cross-country skiing[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

March 16, 2010 (Tuesday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Golf[edit]

March 15, 2010 (Monday)[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Golf[edit]

March 14, 2010 (Sunday)[edit]

Alpine skiing[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Badminton[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Cross-country skiing[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Football (soccer)[edit]

Freestyle skiing[edit]

Golf[edit]

Nordic combined[edit]

Rugby union[edit]

Ski jumping[edit]

Snowboarding[edit]

Speed skating[edit]

March 13, 2010 (Saturday)[edit]

Alpine skiing[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Auto racing[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Biathlon[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Cross-country skiing[edit]

Cycling[edit]

Field hockey[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

Freestyle skiing[edit]

Nordic combined[edit]

  • World Cup in Oslo, Norway:
    • HS134 / 4 x 5 km team: 1 Norway 2 Austria 3 Germany

Rugby union[edit]