"Pea-cock! Pea-cock! Pea-cock!" came the cry from the 80,000.
Sarah Storey insisted afterwards it was not meant to be a statement but it is hard to view in any other way.
...tennis players, cricketers, swimmers, martial artists. Which Everton, Lyon, Tottenham, QPR, Arsenal, Paris Saint Germain and Man City players could have given another sport a go in similar vein to Andrew Flintoff who has announced his decision to chase a boxing career.
Second time around David Weir made winning gold look even easier.
The United States captain, Davis Love III, has enlisted the help of the basketball legend Michael Jordan as he attempts to win back the Ryder Cup.
The focus may have been on a more experienced team-mate but at Greenwich Park a new star of Paralympic dressage was born.
Serena Williams’ historic pursuit of the calendar grand slam was transformed into an emotionally supercharged family affair the world No1 could certainly have done without on Sunday.
The New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey has responded to widespread criticism that he would not pitch for his team, should they make the playoffs.
Neil Black has high hopes for the Rio Olympics after a host of younger British athletes proved they were “going global” and have genuine medal potential next summer.