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POITIERS, France (Reuters) - Australian Caleb Ewan claimed his second victory in this year's Tour de France when he prevailed in a tightly contested sprint to win the 11th stage, a 167.5-km ride from Chatelaillon-Plage on Wednesday.
SARRAN, France (Reuters) - After two agonising near misses, Swiss Marc Hirschi finally claimed his maiden Tour de France win, and his first as a professional, when he completed a solo break to take the 12th stage on Thursday.
PUY MARY, France (Reuters) - With race leader Primoz Roglic seemingly in control of his Tour de France destiny, defending champion Egan Bernal is hanging on for dear life and Friday's 13th stage left him empty, but not despondent.
LYON, France (Reuters) - Denmark's Soren Kragh Andersen timed his effort to perfection to win the 14th stage of the Tour de France, a 194.5-km ride from Clermont-Ferrand on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton celebrated his 90th Formula One win, one short of Ferrari great Michael Schumacher's all-time record, after a crazy Tuscan Grand Prix on Sunday that twice had to be stopped and re-started.
PETALING JAYA: The Thomas and Uber Cup have been called off for 2020.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) have pulled out their shuttlers from next month’s Denmark Open (Oct 13-18) in the wake of the postponement of the Thomas and Uber Cup Finals in Aarhus from Oct 3-11.
VILLARD DE LANS, France (Reuters) - Lennard Kämna claimed his first Tour de France victory when he outwitted Giro d’Italia champion Richard Carapaz to win the 16th stage, a 164-km ride from La Tour du Pin on Tuesday.
LA ROCHE SUR FORON, France (Reuters) - Michal Kwiatkowski, the unsung hero of Team Sky/Ineos during their dominant years, claimed his maiden Tour de France victory when he won the 18th stage from a breakaway duo with team mate Richard Carapaz on Thursday.
CHAMPAGNOLE, France (Reuters) - Denmark's Soren Kragh Andersen claimed his second audacious solo stage win of the Tour de France on Friday with a perfectly timed attack late in the 19th stage, an undulating 166.5-km ride from Bourg en Bresse to Champagnole.