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  • March 20, 2019
    导出博客文章Sir Bradley Wiggins insists he is still to make a decision about his future
    after winning what was expected to be his final event.The 36-year-old cyclist
    and fellow Briton Mark Cavendish won the Ghent Six-Day in the Belgian city of
    Wiggins birth, after a thrilling Madison.Wiggins had previously suggested that
    team pursuit triumph was the fairytale conclusion to his career, and that Ghent
    would be the ideal place for his final appearance.However, while Wiggins
    confirmed it was his last race with Cavendish, the 2012 Tour de France winner
    hinted he could yet carry on.I was born here and Ive always felt this is a
    second home to me, he told Eurosport.Its always special to win here. And I
    always said that this would be my final send-off, to come here and race Ghent
    for one last time.To win it with Mark as well, after everything we have been
    through the last 10 years together. This will be the last time we race together
    for sure.Maybe not my last individually, but together as a pairing. When you
    think what we have achieved together it is incredible.I am not sure about my
    future yet, but at this moment Ive still got really good legs. I dont want to
    say 100 percent then make an announcement next week. I am just going to enjoy
    today.In a nip-and-tuck finale to the hour-long Madison, the British duo won a
    three-way duel with rival pairs Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw, and Elia
    Viviani and Iljo Keisse.With just five laps of the race to go Wiggins made his
    move and he and Cavendish were declared lap leaders.Me and Cav are like brothers
    you know, added Wiggins.We have a good time together and would do anything for
    each other. We fight and bicker, but we know each others strengths.We have raced
    together a lot, for 12 to 13 years now. It has been a great partnership.
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    friend whose newborn son is in intensive care in a Florida hospital. "Paul sent
    me a text this morning, just told me he loved me and wanted to go out and fight
    as hard as I would any other day," Simpson said Sunday after doing just that.
    Michael Conlan departed the Rio Olympics with a foul-mouthed tirade after
    finding himself on the wrong end of a controversial unanimous decision against
    Russias Vladimir Nikitin in their bantamweight quarterfinal.Irelands reigning
    world champion could not hide his anger when the three judges sided with his
    opponent after three fast and furious rounds, leaving his dream of building on
    his bronze medal at London 2012 in tatters.Conlan fired expletives in a
    post-fight interview with RTE: AIBA are cheats. Theyre f---ing cheats. Thats me
    -- Ill never box for AIBA again.Theyre cheating bastards, theyre paying
    everybody. I dont give a f--- that Im cursing on TV. I was here to win Olympic
    gold. My dreams been shattered now. But you know what? Ive a big career ahead of
    me.These [unintelligible] -- theyre known for being cheats, and theyll always be
    cheats. Amateur boxing stinks, from the core right to the top.The 24-year-old
    further expanded on his feelings to media in the press mixed zone, where he
    vowed never to box in an AIBA-sanctioned competition again.Conlan said: My
    little dream has been ruined. I will never box in an AIBA competition again -- I
    feel they are one of the most corrupt organisations in the world.If you have
    watched these Olympic Games and seen some of the decisions, Olympic boxing is
    dead. Its whoever pays the most money -- whoever has the most, wins.One thing I
    can say for sure is I will never box in an AIBA competition againn as they are
    rotten to the core.ddddddddddddf they offered me five million to box in APB
    [AIBAs professional arm], Id tell them, you probably got that for me losing. I
    will not box for them again.Conlan was the last Irish boxer standing in the
    competition after shock early defeats for Paddy Barnes and Katie Taylor, and was
    expected to move through to the medal rounds again.But the Russian caught the
    eye of the judges in a ferocious first three minutes which it appeared Conlan
    may have shaded.The Irishman had a better second, after which he dragged the
    scores level, but Nikitin got the verdict after smothering much of Conlans
    cleaner work and turning the last round into a brawl.Conlan shook his head and
    waved his arms in frustration when the verdict was announced, while a section of
    the crowd including his Irish teammates jeered.The controversy over the verdict
    follows a highly contentious decision in the mens heavyweight final on Monday
    night, when another Russian, Evgeny Tishchenko, was awarded a unanimous win over
    Kazakhstans Vasiliy Levit to a chorus of boos.In a statement, the Olympic
    Council of Ireland said: While we understand and share Michaels disappointment
    with the decision today, the OCI does not condone his comments or conduct. We
    will evaluate internally before taking any action on todays events. ' ' '