Jeremy Clarkson hints at exiting Top Gear

Jeremy Clarkson has hinted he may leave Top Gear, following his suspension from the programme for an alleged “fracas” with a producer.

This information was gathered from an article he wrote in his regular Sun newspaper column.

Clarkson described himself as a “dinosaur”, and said that the day comes when you “wave goodbye to big monsters and move on”.

An internal disciplinary inquiry is due to be held into the incident.

This is not the first time that Jeremy has been caught up in a controversy that has seen him suspended.

Phelps suspended from swimming for six months for DUI

USA Swimming on Monday suspended Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian ever, for six months and said he won’t be on next year’s U.S. team at the world championships.

The 22-time Olympic medalist also won’t be paid his monthly stipend, USA Swimming said on its website.

The organization said Phelps, who was charged with DUI last week in Maryland, had violated its code of conduct.

“Michael accepts USA Swimming’s sanctions. He has apologized for his actions and, as he shared yesterday, is taking steps to address them,” a spokesperson from his management company, Octagon, told CNN.

Octagon said Phelps had entered a six-week, in-patient treatment program.


Luis Suarez bite: Ban upheld but striker allowed to train

Luis Suarez’s four-month biting ban is upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but he is cleared to train with new club Barcelona.

A full explanation of the ruling will not be published until a later date.

Suarez’s lawyers argued world governing body Fifa’s decision to suspend him from all “football-related activity” for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup was excessive.

Suarez, 27, will be available from El Classico at Real Madrid on 26 October.

The Uruguay striker will continue to serve a nine-match international ban.