In pictures: Today in sports

As football season draws to an end across Europe, there are a barrage of emotions. Gatecrashing media addressing with Champagne, biting the silverware might not be the surprising things you will see today in sports.

Picturesque Hell | The Tour of Alps is one of the toughest cycling races in the world held over five days, where cyclists have to pedal 14,000 vertical metres across the mountainous borders of Austria and Italy. Here, the cyclists are seen beginning their race of 144 kms at Kufstein, Austria. Photo: Getty Images
Walking into the sunset | Taiwanese Golfer C.T. Pan poses with the RBC Heritage trophy, his first PGA title after he carded a four-under-par 67 for a one-stroke triumph at South Carolina. Photo: Getty Images
Team Comes First | Graham Reid, who was appointed as the Indian national men's hockey team earlier in April, joins the team at the Sports Authority of India Centre, Bengaluru on Monday. Using his abundance of experience, Reid will look to guide India to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after the team exited the 2018 World Cup in the quarterfinals at home. Photo: PTI
Daniel James of Swansea City goes down to the ground after being challenged by Luke Chambers of Ipswich Town during the Sky Bet Championship match. Ipswich has already been relegated to the third division of English football and suffered another 0-1 defeat to the Welsh side. Photo: Getty Images
Kuwait's Ebrahim Alfadhli competes in the men's shot put final at the Asian Athletics Championships in Doha, Qatar. Alfadhli finished fifth in the standings with a distance of 16.90 mts. Photo: AP
Angelique Kerber of Germany talks to the media during day 1 of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix at Porsche-Arena at Stuttgart, Germany. Photo: Getty Images
Cristian Gonzalez of FC Twente celebrates winning Netherlands' second tier championship with the trophy after beating AZ Alkmaar U23 at the De Grolsch Veste, Enschede. Photo: Getty Images
Array of Colours | President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins poses with the jockeys ahead of the Boylesports Irish Grand National Steeplechase at Fairyhouse Racecourse in Ratoath, Meath. The 149-year old tournament is an Easter tradition in Ireland. Photo: Getty Images
Surprise! | Gary Johnson, manager of Torquay United looks like he had a mini-heart attack after being sprayed with champagne by his players while he was addressing the media. Torquay United was crowned champion of the Vanarama National League South at Torquay, England Photo: Getty Images
Rajasthan Royals' Ajinkya Rahane struck his second IPL century in the match against the Delhi Capitals in Jaipur's Sawai Mansingh Stadium. He reached the landmark off 58 balls with a brace off Ishant Sharma. Rahane hit 11 fours and three sixes during his innings which propelled Rajasthan to 191/6. Photo: IPL
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