UCI World Tour returns to Europe with Paris-Nice, Tirreno-AdriaticoThe UCI World Tour returns to Europe after the Santos Tour Down Under race in Australia, with the Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico stage races promising spectacular racing as the world’s best riders choose between France and Italy for a week of intense racing.
Paris-Nice (3rd to 10th March) is known as the ‘Race to the Sun’ as the route heads south from the French capital to the Mediterranean coast, while Tirreno-Adriatico...Read Full Story
The Guardian Bradley Wiggins suffers bruising setback to Giro d'Italia ambitions The Guardian ... at a pace more befitting a cycle tourist and had to wait until the foot of the descent before receiving any help from his two team-mates, the Colombians Sergio Henao and Rigoberto Ur n, who had himself had an awkward-looking tangle of wheels on a ... Enrico Battaglin wins 4th stage of Giro d'Italia - USA Today USA TODAY Wiggins loses time as Hansen wins in Pescara Eurosport.com AU Hesjedal's bold...Read Full Story
David Brailsford and Bradley Wiggins and Storey knighted in New Year Honours list
Bradley Wiggins and David Brailsford have been awarded knighthood for their services to British sport throughout the 2012 season along with the Paralympian Sarah Storey after she won four gold medals in road race events.
David Brailsford coached the British National Team throughout the season and truly deserves the credit for the team’s superb performance at the 2012 Olympic Games.
The British side took full...Read Full Story
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year for 2012 on Sunday after winning the Tour de France and Olympic time trial gold in the space of 11 days this summer. The 32-year-old cyclist was presented with the trophy by the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, who was making her first public appearance since being treated in hospital for severe morning sickness.
“I will say thank you to everyone who voted,” said Wiggins, who became the first Briton to win the Tour and...Read Full Story
Bradley Wiggins clinches the Sports Personality of the Year award
Bradley Wiggins being crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year was watched by a five-minute peak audience of 14.5 million viewers on Sunday, as the BBC1 show pulled in its biggest audience for at least two decades. The BBC1 end-of-the-year sports review show, dominated by the Olympics and Paralympics, had an average audience of 10.6 million viewers, a 39.6% share, between 7.30pm and 10.30pm on Sunday.
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Leader: No, he'll get into the top 10 but never take the top spot
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Bradley Marc Wiggins (born April 28, 1980) is a British professional track and road bicycle racer. He won three medals on the track at the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics, and two gold medals at the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics. He came in fourth at the 2009 Tour de France.