Edvald Boasson Hagen has won his first Tour de France stage since 2011 in a strong finish.
It was a roundabout 2km out that proved decisive as a breakaway group of 20 attacked the finish.
The eventual winner decided to go right round the roundabout rather than left, it proved to be shorter and gave him just the platform he needed to launch his stage winning attack.
Liverpool have just confirmed the signing of Hull City left back, Andrew Robertson.
The Scottish full back had made 99 appearances for the Tigers and impressed in the Premier League.
The 23-year-old is a much-needed signing for the Reds who had James Milner playing out of position on the left side of defence last season.
Romania captain Ilie Nastase has been banned from official roles by the International Tennis Federation until 2021 following his foul-mouthed rant in April.
During the incident, he swore at an umpire and insulted Britain's Johanna Konta and her coach before making a derogatory comment about Serena Williams and her unborn child.
The 70-year-old was also fined £7,700 and will not be accredited for ITF events until 2019.
Chelsea centre-back Kurt Zouma has joined fellow Premier League club Stoke City on loan for the 2017/18 season.
Zouma has not had the impact he had hoped at Chelsea, making just 47 appearances since his arrival in 2014.
He has also just signed a new 6-year deal at the champions but now joins the incredibly long list of Chelsea players on loan.
New Zealand athlete Liam Malone has vowed to beat the fastest man of all time, Usain Bolt's world record time within the next three years.
The double below knee amputee won two golds at the Rio Olympics and finished second behind Jonnie Peacock in the 100m but thinks he can run quicker than Bolt over that distance.
He told BBC Radio 5 live:
"I'm aiming for 9.4 seconds, In the next three years I'll run faster than Usain Bolt over 100m," said Malone, who was born without fibula bones and had his legs amputated below the knee when he was 18 months old.
"It won't be done in the Paralympics, and I've no intention of ever racing Usain Bolt or able-bodied people, it's about racing against their time outside of the rules and regulations that limit technology. That's what I'm focused on at the moment.
Keep your eye out for this confident 23-year-old.
Hannah Cockroft has won her third gold of the World Para-athletics Championships in London, storming to gold in the T34 400m, to add to her 100m and 800m success.
Georgie Hermitage also stunned the crowd, breaking the world record in the T37 400m to retain her crown.
Britain have won 28 medals in total and are third in the medal table.
Manchester United's record signing Romelu Lukaku seems to be settling in well at the club having hit two goals already in pre-season.
So what else does the Belgian need to spur him on to perform his best?
That's right, fans chanting his name from the terraces.
We can't wait to hear the Stretford End belting this one out.
has held off a strong challenge to win stage 18 of the Tour de France.
Chris Froome once again performed well, finishing fourth and retaining the yellow jersey. Romain Bardet beat him on the line to third place and the bonus six seconds.
The Djibouti FA have dissolved their national football team have disbanded their current squad and coaching staff and turned their focus to 'promising youngsters.'
This decision was taken in a bid to stop poor results after a 5-1 home defeat to Ethiopia on Saturday.
They have decided to focus on younger age groups.
Tom Westley will make his England debut as they take South Africa in the third test at The Oval next week.
The Essex Batsman will bat at number three in place of the injured Gary Ballance who broke his finger in the second test embarrassment.
The hosts lost that second test at Trent Bridge by 340 runs meaning the series is now level at one all.
Westley has scored an average of 53.11 for Country Championship leaders Essex this season.
Lizzie Deignan has finished second behind Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten on stage one of the two-day La Course.
The race concludes on Saturday with a chase in Marseille where riders will set off according to the time gaps established on today's stage.
Stage One result:
1. Annemiek Van Vleuten (Orica-Scott) 2hrs 7mins 18secs
2. Lizzie Deignan (Boels Dolmans Cyclingteam) +43secs
3. Elisa Longo Borghini (Wiggle Highs) +1min 23secs
4. Megan Guarnier (Boels Dolmans Cyclingteam) +1min 28secs
5. Shara Gillow (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) +1min 33secs
The Tennis Intergrity Unit are investigating four matches, three from Wimbledon and one from the French Open.
Unusual betting patterns were triggered from these matches, one of them in the main draw at SW19.
The TIU said they received 53 alerts between April and June of this year.