Paris attacks: Sport pays tribute to France victims

Sydney FC fans
Sydney FC fans held up a French flag during a silence prior to the A-League match against Melbourne Victory
Australia cricket players
Australia players stood in silence during day two of the second Test match against New Zealand
Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium turns the arch blue, white and red - it hosts the international friendly between England and France on Tuesday
Old Trafford
The two teams taking part in the David Beckham charity match at Old Trafford - a Great Britain and Ireland XI captained by Beckham and managed by Sir Alex Ferguson, and a Rest of the World side captained by Luis Figo and managed by Carlo Ancelotti - hold a minute's silence
Worcester Warriors
Worcester Warriors and La Rochelle pay their respects before their European Rugby Challenge Cup match
F1 drivers
Formula 1 drivers including Frenchman Romain Grosjean (third right) held up a France flag before Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix
NHL match
The scene before a National Hockey League match between Washington Capitals and Calgary Flames
England v New Zealand
A minute's silence was held before England's rugby league Test against New Zealand
Paul Struthers
Jockeys at Cheltenham wore armbands as a mark of respect to - and in solidarity with - Parisians
A minute's silence was held at every event at FC Barcelona on Saturday
Benjamin Hebert
French golfer Benjamin Hebert wrote a message for Paris on his cap during day three of the BMW Masters
Kevin Seraphin
New York Knicks basketball player Kevin Seraphin gave his own personal tribute
O2 Arena
A minute's silence was held at the O2 Arena before the start of the ATP World Tour finals
Champions of Champions snooker
The Champion of Champions snooker event in Coventry
Romain Grosjean
French F1 driver Romain Grosjean tweets after finishing ninth in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix
World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier
World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier, right, and co-driver Julien Ingrassia, both from France, after winning the season-ending Wales Rally GB for a third successive year - Ogier said it was "hard to carry on" after the Paris attacks
Saracens v Toulouse
Saracens fans show their support during the European Rugby Champions Cup match against Toulouse at Allianz Park on Saturday