- Environmentalist flew on his private plane to New York to be treated for his neck
- Hamilton claims he needed specialist treatment after crash at Monza
- The Mercedes star is showing no signs of injury at the Met Gala
A sigh of relief was heard in Formula 1 this week when Lewis Hamilton was spotted partying at the Met Gala with OnlyFans model Janet Guzman.
This comes just hours after environmentalist took off from his private plane to New York, claiming he needed specialist treatment on his neck after crashing at Monza with rival Max Verstappen.
Those in the paddock were delighted that the Mercedes star was showing no signs of injury as he met the model and influencer.
Lewis Hamilton was seen partying at the Met Gala with OnlyFans model Janet Guzman (R)
Hamilton needed specialist treatment on his neck after crash with Max Verstappen at Monza
Meanwhile, the rivalry between Hamilton and Verstappen has ensured that Channel 4’s highlight show is their most-watched program, with a massive 2.3 million tuning in after the latest fight at Monza.
United Le Biscuit on Ronaldo’s return
Corporate punters at Old Trafford wondered whether Manchester United was taking biscuits during Cristiano Ronaldo’s return.
One group, in a box, costing north of £45,000 per season, waited for their final course before the club affixed Newcastle.
However, they were feeling nothing but big things when a member of the waiting staff brought in a plate containing only crackers and salty biscuits.
‘We have run out of cheese,’ the worker explained.
Old Trafford’s corporate punters left a little short on Cristiano Ronaldo’s return
ICC prepares bid for 2028 Olympic Games
The International Cricket Council is set to announce the consultants they will appoint to support the sport’s inclusion in the 2028 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
It is understood that they have turned to a consortium of a global PR agency, a seasoned British bid consultant (who worked on the London 2012 bid), and a political strategist who is very close to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. Were.
Garcetti was instrumental in helping LA win the Games, and his role in the cricket campaign will be crucial as Joe Biden has appointed him as the US ambassador to India.
India has traditionally had little interest in the Olympics, so the IOC is licking its lips to connect with the country’s 1.4 billion cricket-crazy population – and the business opportunities to come. Others may wonder at the rationale behind adding more matches to an already stretched calendar.
Sweet deal for Burnley defender Ben Mee
Footballers are often accused of being big fans of themselves and the nickname ‘chocolate’ – as in ‘he would have eaten himself if it were made of chocolate’ – is widely used in the game.
Some might put that allegation on rubbish Burnley defender Ben Mee.
But they have been snatched away by a new kit sponsor.
The 31-year-old is backed by none other than eatmyface.co.uk, described as purveyors of ‘personal, edible cake toppers’ at the Clarets’ event on Saturday in their 1-0 loss to Arsenal.
Burnley Defender Ben Mee is sponsored by a company that makes edible cake toppers
Murphy is a man in demand
It has been a busy week for Nottingham Forest chief executive Dan Murphy – and not just because he is leading the club’s search for a new manager.
The executive was also married in his native America.
Murphy, who joined Forrest over the summer from Barnsley, is approached by a host of agents putting customers forward to fill the seat vacated by Chris Houghton, and there may have been some missed calls during the ceremony. .
gibson models on sale
A limited edition bronze model of the Newmarket Stallion, which stands at the crossroads at the entrance to Newmarket’s July course, one of the estates of the late horse racing owner Simon Gibson, will be sold later this month by the Cheffins auction house.
The estimated value of bronze is between £1,200 and £1,800.
Gibson, who died in May, owned Society Rock, the winner of the 2011 Golden Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot and the 2012 Haddock Sprint Cup.
Beardsley returns to coaching
Peter Beardsley is making a low-key return to coaching for the first time since his anti-racism ban. In 2019, the former Newcastle, Liverpool, Everton and England man was suspended from all football-related activities after an independent FA investigation found him guilty of making racist remarks to players.
The newspaper revealed that complaints had been made against Beardsley, who had called a black player a ‘monkey’ and made fun of climbing trees while coached under 23 at Newcastle.
The 60-year-old is to host a week-long soccer school during the October half-term at Kingston Park, home to the Newcastle Falcons rugby team.
Lennon and Sutton consider legal action
Neil Lennon and Chris Sutton are considering legal action after some hateful tweets that led to Rangers’ decision to ban former Celtic men from using a studio in Ibrox to cover Europa League clash with Real Betis Responding to.
BT Sport is also considering airing Rangers’ home clash with Sparta Prague in November from an empty parkhead.
Rangers claimed that there were security reasons behind their move to deny Lennon and Sutton entry.
It is normal for broadcasters to work on behalf of the old firm, who is at home, while covering the other team from there.
Rangers refused to allow Neil Lennon (left) and Chris Sutton (right) to present coverage of BT Sport’s Europa League match with LYN in Ibrox.
good make paris trip
The British Olympic Association cannot be accused of failing to prepare.
A delegation from the group left for Paris over the weekend to scope out key venues in and around the city ahead of the 2024 Games in a bid to overtake their rivals for the best venues.
Under Chef de Mission Marc England, Team GB garnered a reputation for rolling out the best of facilities in both Rio and Tokyo and will be hoping to replicate in Paris.
However, there are no advanced travel plans to Beijing for the Winter Olympics. Although the Guidelines’ playbook isn’t expected until October, it’s believed that everyone participating will work in the same game bubble.
The British sporting federations are surprised and saddened by the reshuffle that followed Tracy Crouch’s omission.
Many believed that the much-loved MP and former sports minister was likely to take on the role of secretary of state for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports.
However, the role went to Nadine Doris, disappointing many.
Nigel Huddleston remains in the role of Sports Minister, which seems to have gone down well. While his selfie-dominated tour of Tokyo sparked fun, he spent a lot of time talking to UK sport and influential figures and was credited with what he saw as a ‘relatively good pandemic’ for Sport England.
Surprise among British sports federations after reshuffle after Tracy Crouch was overlooked