In the men's Olympic hockey final at Munich 1972, Michael Krause's goal in the 60th minute gave hosts West Germany a 1-0 victory over defending champions Pakistan. Pakistan's players complained about the umpiring and claimed goal should be disallowed. After the match, Pakistani fans ran onto the field in rage; some players and fans dumped water on Belgium's Rene Frank, then President of the International Hockey Federation. During the medals ceremony, some of the players turned their backs on the West German flag.
Cycling has enjoyed a revolution in recent times in Britain and London’s Design Museum has charted the progress with their latest exhibition. Michael Pavitt looks at four tribes of bike users, how cities are changing to accommodate cyclists and what the exhibition tells us about how bicycles are continuing to evolve.