Cavendish apologises for two-finger salute

Mark Cavendish wins Tour of Romandie 2010 stage 2

Mark Cavendish has issued an apology for his two-finger finish line salute at the end of Thursday's Tour de Romandie stage.

Cavendish won the bunch sprint at the end of stage two, and held two fingers aloft as he crossed the line, later saying that it was a message to "journalists and commentators who know jack-**** about cycling".

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