Sporting world pays tribute to victims of Paris terror attacks

Updated 1358 GMT (2158 HKT) January 11, 2015
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The sporting world showed solidarity with the victims of the Paris terror attacks this weekend through a range of colorful and moving tributes.

Here, football supporter hold signs reading "Je suis Charlie" (I am Charlie) during the French Ligue 1 match between Guingamp and Lens at the Roudourou stadium Saturday.
Norway's Jan Schmid soars through the air over a 'Je suis Charlie' message created in the snow at a World Cup Nordic Combined skiing event in eastern France. Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images
At the Auguste Delaune stadium, the players of Reims and Saint-Etienne's stood side-by-side in a circle before the Ligue 1 clash between the two sides on Saturday evening. FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
In the stands, Reims' supporters held black flags and the French tricolor aloft to mark their own tribute to the victims of this week's terror attacks. FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
A solitary t-shirt was placed on the turf before OGC Nice took on Lorient in Ligue 1, Saturday. The garment reads "Nous sommes tous Charlie" (We are all Charlie).
In the southern French city of Toulouse, rugby players stood together as a mark of respect before the French Top 14 rugby union match between Toulouse and La Rochelle on Saturday evening PASCAL PAVANI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
A giant screen reads "Je suis Charlie" and players stand in a huddle before the Ligue 1 match between Montpellier and Marseille, Friday.
It wasn't just France where tributes were paid. In Sapin, the players of Real Madrid and Espanyol observed a minutes silence before their match at the Santiago Bernabeu, Saturday. GERARD JULIEN/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Liverpool's French defender Mamadou Sakho (left) donned a black armband as a mark of respect during his side's 1-0 victory over Sunderland in the English Premier League. Laurence Griffiths/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
Congo's head coach Claude Le Roy wore a t-shirt to show his support during a friendly game between Congo and Cape Verde at the Leopold Sedar Senghor stadium in Dakar, Senegal, ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 which begins on January 17. SEYLLOU/AFP/GETTY