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Pupils in Doncaster form giant bike to celebrate TdY passing their school

Pupils from Campsmount Academy formed the shape of a giant bicycle on their school field.

It was picked up by the camera on the helicopter covering the race.

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Protestors gather at starting point of Stage One race

ITV News Calendar reporter, Jonathan Brown, is at the Tour de Yorkshire starting point in Doncaster.

He says a "handful of environmental campaigners" have gathered outside the Team Ineos bus, protesting the sponsor's involvement in fracking.

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There was also a clash between a cycling supporter and an environmental campaigner.

Anti-fracking groups were among the several dozen protesters who waved placards outside the team bus.

One protester shouted "sell out" and "Judas" as riders emerged from the bus.

Another protester, Deborah Gibson, told the Press Association: "We're here to raise the issue of Team Ineos basically being here to 'green-sheen' their brand.

"There is nothing green about what Ineos do."

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