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HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton is planning to get plenty of rest over the next few days as he seeks to shake off the sickness that laid him low in Sunday's German Grand Prix.
GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - If the world swimming championships in Gwangju were just a taste of what is to come at the 2020 Olympics, then in the words of recently retired Australian sprinter James Magnussen -- "Brace yourselves".
HOCKENHEIM, Germany,(Reuters) - Toro Rosso found themselves on a Formula One podium for the first time in 11 years on Sunday, as Daniil Kvyat took advantage of a dramatic, rain-hit German Grand Prix to finish third.
HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel celebrated second place at his home German Grand Prix on Sunday as if it were almost a victory, and with reason.
PARIS (Reuters) - Chris Froome's recovery from his horrific crash is "ahead of schedule", leaving Team Ineos hopeful that he will be back at next year's Tour de France seeking to regain his title.
(Reuters) - Mark Todd, one of the great horsemen in equestrian sports history, announced his retirement on Sunday as he bowed out from eventing in familiar winning fashion.
PARIS (Reuters) - Egan Bernal became the first Colombian to win the Tour de France when he retained the overall leader's yellow jersey after Sunday's 21st and final stage won by Caleb Ewan of Australia.
PARIS (Reuters) - Egan Bernal became the first Colombian to win the Tour de France on Sunday with his youthful brilliance looking set to cement Team Ineos's domination of cycling's greatest race for years to come.
GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - Duncan Scott swam the second-fastest relay split of all time in the anchor leg of the men's 4x100m medley on Sunday, overhauling his U.S. and Russian rivals to secure gold for Britain and deny Caeleb Dressel a seventh world title in Gwangju.
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.