The 28-year-old Team GB player had a crack at cycling before returning to his first love.
After the carnage of Liverpool 7 Manchester United 0 last month, the big beasts of punditry waved their hands and raised their voices. In the red corner, Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher, crowing. In the other red corner, Roy Keane seethed and Gary Neville said Liverpool merely “played all right, second half”.
The Grand National, the most highly-anticipated race on the British calendar, is back. The best-known steeplechase in the world features 40 runners tackling Aintree's 30 Grand National fences over the course of four miles, 2½ furlongs.
World number one Carlos Alcaraz wants to test himself against a fully fit and firing Novak Djokovic.