A group from Ramsey Grammar were on the finish line singing the Island's National Anthem as the Manx Missile sprinted to victory
Mark Cavendish goes into today's Stage 12 of the Tour de France wearing the green jersey.
He won yesterday's stage, and picked up the honour for the rider who leads the points competition. He was delighted with the win (audio above)
It's his third win in this tour so far and to witness it the 26 year old had support in France from local school children.
A group from Ramsey Grammar were on the finish line singing the Island's National Anthem as the Manx Missile sprinted to victory.
The teenagers from Ramsey Grammar School and their teacher Rob Sorby were draped in Manx flags.
Cav thanked them for their 'incredible support' on Twitter. He wrote 'Great to see #IsleOfMan's Ramsey Grammar School today! Incredible support at the start & glad I could give you a thrilling finish! Thanks!
A racer from Kent was killed in last night's IMGold Manx Grand Prix practice session.
Vandals have targeted a number of vehicles in the area of Anagh Coar overnight on Thursday.
Thousands of spectators are expected to turn out tomorrow for the Jurby Festival.
Over £190,000 has been raised by local people for Cancer Research UK - and that figure is set to rocket today.
With the Island's high schools set to move to the international GCSE system from next year we spoke to King Williams College, who have utilised it extensively over the last five years.
There is once again a big question mark over the future use of the former Marine laboratory in Port Erin.
Does a drop in petrol prices in the UK spell good news for Manx motorists?
Yesterday was GCSE results day, with nearly 900 students receiving their grades which will decide their next step whether it be into the workplace or higher education.