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GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - The executive director of swimming' s governing body FINA Cornel Marculescu said on Sunday he hoped there would be no repeat of the podium protests that marred the world championships this week and that athletes would lose their medals if there was.
MELAKA (Bernama): Lately, there has been a lot of news about wild animals such as tigers, elephants and tapir straying into human areas and causing conflict between the two sides.
VAL THORENS, France (Reuters) - After his troubled preparation for the race, Geraint Thomas is still poised to finish the Tour de France as runner-up -- and that persuades the defending champion to believe he can win the title again despite fierce internal competition at Team Ineos.
HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton went from poorly to pole at the German Grand Prix on Saturday, revealing afterwards that Mercedes had put French reserve Esteban Ocon on standby to replace him in case he felt too unwell to drive.
VAL THORENS, France (Reuters) - Climbing phenomenon Egan Bernal was poised to become the first Colombian to win the Tour de France and the youngest race champion in 110 years when he retained the overall lead after Saturday's 20th stage, a 59-km ride from Albertville.
HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton seized pole position for Mercedes in their 200th race at the German Grand Prix on Saturday after both Ferrari drivers were sidelined by engine problems.
HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel will start his home German Grand Prix at the back of the grid after Ferrari suffered turbo problems in qualifying on Saturday.
GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - Shayna Jack, who withdrew from the Australia team ahead of the world swimming championships, said she had tested positive for a banned substance on Saturday.
HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Charles Leclerc completed a practice clean sweep for Ferrari on Saturday with a scorching lap in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Formula One German Grand Prix.
TIGNES, France (Reuters) - Egan Bernal looked set to become the first Colombian rider to win the Tour de France after claiming the lead – and the Team Ineos leadership -- in dramatic conditions in a 19th stage that was cut short by a hailstorm and a landslide on Friday.