Hollywood star Ben Stiller has paid tribute to retired racer and broadcaster Paul Sherwen who died final weekend.

Sherwen died at dwelling in Uganda on the age of 62, sparking an unlimited outpouring of grief within the biking world.

Lengthy-time good friend Phil Liggett paid touching tribute, together with present Tour de France commentator David Millar, Chris Froome and different execs, associates, followers and colleagues.

The most recent title to share type phrases about Sherwen, who commentated on 33 editions of the Tour de France alongside Liggett, is Zoolander star Stiller.

On Wednesday, Stiller stated on Twitter: “I’m so shocked and saddened on the lack of Paul Sherwen.

“He was a king and stylish man, who was so good at what he did.

“I really feel fortunate to have met him.

“I’m sending Paul’s household love and to you Phil Liggett.

“You and him are the Tour for thus many people.”

>>> Broadcaster Phil Liggett says dying of shut good friend Paul Sherwen ‘arduous to consider’

Stiller is a eager biking follower – he was as soon as filmed driving Lance Armstrong’s time trial bike on a turbo coach on the Tour de France in 2009.

Sherwen grew to become a family title in biking circles commentating on the Tour together with shut good friend Liggett.

He rode professionally from 1978 to 1987, racing in seven Excursions de France and successful two nationwide titles.

>>> ‘I’ll bear in mind Paul for a lot of issues – a pioneering skilled bicycle owner, an excellent TV commentator, however most of all as a good friend’

After retirement he commentated on the Tour de France for Channel 4, earlier than shifting to NBC Sports activities in America and SBS in Australia.

Sherwen is believed to have died from coronary heart failure, in keeping with his household following the autopsy examination.

His dying prompted an enormous outpouring of grief from the biking world. The Hollywood star stated he was fortunate to have met Sherwen

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