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Tour de France competitor Mark Cavendish was reportedly doused with urine by a spectator during his Stage 11 time trial on Wednesday.Cavendish's team manager says the incident was believed to be in response to a crash that happened on Tuesday, when Cavendish collided with Tom Veelers near the finish line of Stage 10, as both riders tried to track down eventual stage winner Marcel Kittel. The wreck caused Veelers to crash, but Cavendish managed to avoid any hiccup.According to BBC, Cavendish initially thought the liquid was water, but not after he got a taste of it."We are happy that we don't have the same problems like some in football who have the hooligans, but in other ways, cyclists are very touchable and you cannot avoid that 100,000 to 200,0000 people from start to finish," Lefevere said. "Some people have a bad behavior."Teammate Jerome Pineau took to Twitter to express his disappointment with the situation.“Yesterday I was so proud about the suppo...
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A spectator reportedly threw urine at rider Mark Cavendish during Wednesday's time trials at the Tour de France.
According to the BBC , the liquid was thrown at Cavendish from a bottle during Stage 11, and Cavendish "initially (thought) it was water before realising what it was from the taste."
Cavendish has not commented on the incident, but Omega Pharma-Quickstep...
Mark Cavendish won the 13th stage of the Tour de France in a sprint finish Friday and Chris Froome lost a sizeable chunk of his overall lead after being caught by Alberto Contador.
Cavendish moved ahead with about 100 meters to go and rival Peter Sagan, the defending champion and current leader in the sprinters' green jersey contest, was unable to stay with him.
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British cyclist Mark Cavendish claims he was doused with urine by a lunatic spectator during the eleventh stage of the Tour de France Tuesday, reports The Telegraph.
Cavendish, who first thought it was water, made the stomach-turning discovery by tasting the liquid.
The 28-year-old declined to comment on the incident but that didn't stop his team manager, Patrick Lefevere...
Germany's Marcel Kittel overtook Mark Cavendish at the line Thursday to win the 12th stage of the Tour de France, and Chris Froome stayed safely in the main pack to preserve his big lead.
Cavendish moved in front but Kittel gained ground and just beat him to the line to earn his second stage win in three days and third of this race.
"As we say in Germany, good things come...
During Wednesday’s time trial at the Tour de France, a spectator threw urine on British rider Mark Cavendish, reports The Guardian. “He was whistled and catcalled on the course, and a spectator threw urine on him,” said Cavendish’s team manager Patrick Lefevere. “I didn’t see it