The Tour de France plans to do away with “podium girls,” the longstanding but controversial tradition in which models present awards and pose with winners after each stage of the race, according to The Times. Podium girls, also known as hostesses, are a common sight in pro cycling. Their signature pose—two conventionally attractive women standing on either side of a male winner, each giving him a kiss on the cheek—makes for photo-ready moments that appear in the media every racing season.