With no sporting fixtures for the foreseeable future some of the regions best known figures have also been doing their bit to support the NHS.
Stars of football, boxing, rugby league and cricket have all been playing their part in raising funds.
First, Dominic Ingle is usually best known for getting the likes of Kell Brook in shape for a big fight in the boxing ring. Now, the professional boxing trainer hopes his music will help those facing the biggest fight of modern times.
Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp is throwing his weight behind the Premier League's Players Together campaign, which will see Premier League footballers raise vital funds for frontline workers fighting coronavirus.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club has furloughed players and staff, along with head coach Andrew Gale.
However, Gale has shown his generosity has no boundaries, by signing up as a volunteer with the NHS.
Current York and former Hull FC rugby league player Danny Washbrook is pedalling for pounds in his back garden. Riding all 380 miles of the Tour de Yorkshire route to raise money for the NHS and Dove House hospice in Hull.