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British music icon
Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner was born on October 2, 1951 in England. The nickname "Sting“ came about after he wore a yellow and black sweater which resembled a bee. Before embarking on a musical career, Gordon Sumner worked as an English teacher. In 1977 he founded the band “The Police” along with Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers. The Police dissolved as a band in the mid-80s and Sting embarked on a successful solo career.
Sebastian Kurz stands accused of perjuring himself before a parliamentary committee investigating the so-called "Ibiza Affair." The 2019 sting brought down the country's previous government and forced new elections.
Nico Rosberg, the former master of the track, is now at the forefront of the race against climate change. Since retiring at the peak of his motorsports career, the 2016 Formula One World Champion has built a tech forum with a focus on sustainability. REV had exclusive access as we accompanied him during this year’s 3-day Greentech festival in Berlin.