Cavendish looked out of shape and was never in the mix for the final sprint in the flat stages. HTC Columbia rider Mark Cavendish of Great Britain celebrates his second stage of the Tour de Romandie in Fribourg on April 29, 2010.REUTERS/Denis Balibouse MOUDON, Switzerland (Reuters) – Britain`s Mark Cavendish was removed from the Tour de Romandie by his team on Friday for celebrating his victory in the second stage in Fribourg with a two-finger salute to his critics. During World War I, Glamis Castle served as a convalescent hospital for the wounded, where she played an active role until she contracted cancer and was forced into disability. She underwent a hysterectomy in October 1921, and recovered in May 1922. In January 1923, she celebrated the engagement of her youngest daughter Elizabeth to the King`s son, Prince Albert, Duke of York, and later George VI.  When asked for a photo by journalists during Edward VIII`s abdication crisis, she reportedly replied, “I shouldn`t waste a photo on myself.” At the coronation of his son-in-law and daughter, the Count and Countess sat in the royal lodge with the immediate royal family. She was born in Belgravia, Westminster, the eldest daughter of the Reverend Charles Cavendish-Bentinck (grandson of British Prime Minister William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland) and his wife Louisa (née Burnaby). Prudhomme said he must urge local authorities not to reopen roads to traffic so Cavendish can complete the stage safely. Cavendish, whose start to the season had been hampered by a dental infection, said he regretted the move. “Mark Cavendish has been removed from the Tour de Romandie at the end of today`s stage as a result of his inappropriate actions after winning the second stage of the race on Thursday,” his HTC Columbia team said in a statement released after the third stage in Moudon on Friday. Our Standards: Thomson Reuters` Principles of Trust. Thursday`s win was only cavendish`s second of the season and the Manxman, arguably the best sprinter in the world, had been the target of media criticism due to his lack of wins. Sprint specialist Cavendish, who has 30 stage wins on the Tour, crossed the finish line an hour, five minutes and 33 seconds behind stage winner Geraint Thomas, well beyond the time limit of 31:27. Cavendish, who had previously apologised for the move, was also fined 6,000 Swiss francs (£3,624.18). BOURG-SAINT-MAURICE, France (Reuters) – Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme paid tribute to Mark Cavendish after the Briton dropped out of the race after failing to gain time in stage 11 on Wednesday.
“Despite the driver`s apology in a statement from the team and then before the jury before the start of the time trial on Friday, the jury imposes a fine of 6,000 francs (on Cavendish) for misconduct,” the race jury said in a statement. (This version of the story corrects the title to say that Cavendish failed to reduce time, not that he withdrew from the race.) “I wanted to make a statement to my critics, but I realize that a rude gesture at the finish line is not the best way to do it,” the 24-year-old said. “I apologize to everyone who watched the race and especially to the children. I hope to redeem myself and show my feelings and passion for cycling with exciting results in the coming months instead of gestures like yesterday`s. She enjoys working as part of a team that encourages and develops individuals to reach their full potential. Unfortunately, many impulse purchases turn out to be a bad decision. So think about it first. The law will not help you if you simply buy the wrong thing, in the wrong size, at the wrong time and think about it later! While he could have gotten off his bike and got into the broom cart, which sweeps the riders behind the time limit, Cavendish insisted on finishing the 158km stage to La Rosière on his bike.
On 16 July 1881 she married Claude Bowes-Lyon, Lord Glamis, at St. Peter`s Church, Petersham, Surrey. Claude inherited the title from his father Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne in 1904, after which Cecilia became Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Lady Strathmore suffered a heart attack in April 1938 during the marriage of her granddaughter Anne Bowes-Lyon (later Princess of Denmark) to Thomas, Viscount Anson. She died 8 weeks later at the age of 75 at 38 Cumberland Mansions, Bryanston Street, London. .