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Annemiek van Vleuten Annemiek van Vleuten a été victime d'une terrible chute dans une descente alors qu'elle filait vers le titre olympique lors de la course sur route. La Néerlandaise est restée au sol, paraissant inanimée. Sa compatriote Anna van der...

La Cour Royale Anglaise: Des Cavaliere Royale au Festival de Cheltenham Tous deux cavaliers comme leur mère et grand-mère la reine Elizabeth II et des cavaliers olympiques et de haut niveau Princesse Anne Princesse Royale et Zara Phillips étaient ensemble la semaine dernière pour assister à la course de chevaux Festival de Cheltenham. Prévu chaque année à cette saison il tire son nom de la ville de Cheltenham Spa dans le Gloucestershire où les courses se déroule. Zara Phillips était…


Nanna Koerstz Madsen in Golf - Olympics: Day 12

Nanna Koerstz Madsen of Denmark plays her shot from the fourth tee during the First Round of Women's Golf at Olympic Golf Course on Day 12 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games on August 17, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Stacy Lewis hits her tee shot on the eighth hole in the second round of women's golf at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Olympic Golf Course on Aug. 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

Lydia Ko of New Zealand checks the wind before hitting on the fifth hole in the final round of women's golf during the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games at Olympic Golf Course. - Best images from Aug. 20 at the Rio Olympics

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The Price Of Winning Gold Medals - She has flipped, tumbled and leapt her way into the hearts of millions over the course of the Olympic games. But when Simone Biles returns home she will be in for not just a major celebration but also a hefty tax bill.The 19-year-old has won five Olympic ...

Flora Duffy goes in hot pursuit of an Olympic Games medal in the women’s triathlon this weekend and believes the hilly course at Fort Copacabana

Gold in 2016 Women's TT in Rio - Kristin Armstrong

Medalists standing on the podium are given a sculpture of the official Rio Olympics logo, which also happens to be the first 3D logo in the history of the Olympic Games, instead of the traditional floral bouquet. Rio officials decided that bouquets were not a sustainable option for the Olympic Games (though flowers are still included as stage decoration) and instead opted for a sculpture of the logo as a gift to winning athletes. This also marks the first Olympic Games to get rid of…