Life without sports in the Twin Cities
Minnesota's high school girls' basketball state tournament was scheduled to continue on Friday the 13th. That was March. The tournament didn't continue. Now it's Monday the 13th. This is April. Thirty-one days passed without sports, lost to a pandemic that threatens us most when we gather. So we don't gather. Not for games. Not for workouts. Not for chalk talks, strategy sessions or motivational speeches. But when the world of sports paused, athletes didn't. Look around. Star Tribune photographer Carlos Gonzalez did. Here's what he saw in 31 days without games as the Twin Cities does its part in this collective timeout.