Lindsey Vonn to Retire After 2018-2019 Season - Bear spray pow! Winter Olympic success?! It's called ski fashion!

Record or not, Lindsey Vonn will retire after this ski season Say it ain't so, Linds! The 33-year-old alpine megastar broke more than a few hearts this week when she announced that she would be retiring at the end of the 2018-2019 World Cup ski season, regardless of whether or not she breaks Ingemar Stenmark's
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Gouvenou on Tour route: ‘We always look for balance’

The 2019 Tour de France route will be unveiled on October 25 in Paris amid heightened anticipation.
So what will it look like? Officials do their best to keep things under wraps to intensify the sense of intrigue. What race officials strongly deny is that the course is designed with one specific rider in mind.
“We always try to create a balanced route,” Tour technical director Thierry Gouvenou told VeloNews. “We never design a course with one rider in mind. That’s not how we do it.”

Read & Watch: Tsitsipas, Shapovalov Win On Stockholm Debuts

Third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas lost just eight of his first-service points to knock out John Millman of Australia 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 in two hours and 20 minutes for a place in the Intrum Stockholm Open quarter-finals on Wednesday. The Next Gen ATP Finals qualifier, who reached the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell and Rogers Cup finals (l. to Nadal both times) this year, will next play eighth-seeded Spaniard Fernando Verdasco or Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany.

Nominees Revealed For 2018 ATP World Tour Awards Presented By Moët & Chandon

Welcome to the 2018 ATP World Tour Awards Presented by Moët & Chandon, where we recognise outstanding players and tournaments. View the nominees for the player-voted categories and cast your votes now for ATPWorldTour.com Fans' Favourite presented by Moët & Chandon.
Winners for the 2018 ATP World Tour Awards Presented by Moët & Chandon will be announced ahead of the Nitto ATP Finals.
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Sean Bennett’s ‘biggest growth year’ hinged on Baby Giro win

For the second time in a week, Sean Bennett was off the front at the Baby Giro.
A short, lumpy stage 6 opened with “pissing rain,” but the clouds had broken by the time the 22-year-old American and three companions were powering into the finale in Pergine Valsugana. As the conditions became clearer on the road, so too did the fact that Bennett might have a real shot at a stage win in one of the world’s premier under-23 races.