Thursday 21 June 2018

Sweden SWE 1

South Korea KOR 0

REPORT

Belgium BEL 3

Panama PAN 0

REPORT

Tunisia TUN 1

England ENG 2

REPORT

Colombia COL 1

Japan JPN 2

REPORT

Poland POL 1

Senegal SEN 2

REPORT

Russia RUS 3

Egypt EGY 1

REPORT

Portugal POR 1

Morocco MAR 0

REPORT

Uruguay URY 1

Saudi Arabia SAU 0

REPORT

Iran IRN 0

Spain ESP 1

REPORT

Denmark DNK

Australia AUS

France FRA

Peru PER

Argentina ARG

Croatia CRO

Brazil BRA

Costa Rica CRI

Nigeria NGA

Iceland ISL

Serbia SRB

Switzerland SUI

Belgium BEL

Tunisia TUN

South Korea KOR

Mexico MEX

Germany GER

Sweden SWE

England ENG

Panama PAN

Japan JPN

Senegal SEN

Poland POL

Colombia COL

Saudi Arabia SAU

Egypt EGY

Uruguay URY

Russia RUS

Spain ESP

Morocco MAR

Iran IRN

Portugal POR

Denmark DNK

France FRA

Australia AUS

Peru PER

Iceland ISL

Croatia CRO

Nigeria NGA

Argentina ARG

Mexico MEX

Sweden SWE

South Korea KOR

Germany GER

Switzerland SUI

Costa Rica CRI

Serbia SRB

Brazil BRA

Senegal SEN

Colombia COL

Japan JPN

Poland POL

Panama PAN

Tunisia TUN

England ENG

Belgium BEL

WATCH - Legendary jockey AP McCoy pleads son to 'slow down' as he shows racing potential on quad bike

Archie has inherited his dad's need for speed
Archie has inherited his dad's need for speed

Daniel Zeqiri

Anthony McCoy had a relentless appetite for danger during his unparalleled career as a jumps jockey, and it seems four-year-old son Archie is a chip off the old block.

The 20-time Champion Jockey was videoed by wife Chanelle yelling at his boy to 'slow down' as he raced away on a quad bike.

The video was accompanied by a tweet from Chanelle saying McCoy's pleas were a case of the 'pot calling the kettle black' and signed off with #likefatherlikeson.

McCoy endured dozens of injuries during his garlanded career including: Broken middle and lower vertebrae, both shoulder blades, both collarbones, ribs, ankle, cheekbones, wrist and ankle.

Son Archie underwent heart surgery as a seven-month old baby in 2014 at the Portland Hospital in London, with McCoy spending several days at his bedside in the run-up to that year's Cheltenham Festival.

Wife Chanelle has previously expressed concerns that Archie and 10-year-old daughter Eve would follow in their father's footsteps and pursue a life in the saddle.

Speaking to TV Now magazine, she said:  “I would be really worried if my son Archie wanted to be a jump jockey.

“AP would have about 70 injuries a year and there’s a lot of hospital visits so I know what’s ahead as a jump jockey.

“Look, if he does, you just go with it and embrace it but I’d hate to go through all that worry again, that I did over the last few years.

“It’s nice not to have that feeling of worry or anxiety when you get a phone call to say your husband has been brought to hospital in an ambulance.”

Online Editors

Sport Newsletter

The best sport action straight to your inbox every morning.

Editor's Choice

Also in Sport