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Topic - Bradley Wiggins
Bradley Wiggins says he will be a support rider at Team Sky and his role at this year's Tour de France will be helping teammate Chris Froome win a second straight title.
Former Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins has had to find a new school for his children after what he described as harassment and bullying following the Lance Armstrong doping scandal.
Froome rode into Paris in style — in the yellow race leader's jersey he took on Stage 8 and never relinquished, vigorously fending off rivals whose concerted challenges turned this Tour into a thriller.
Starting from the harbor town of Porto Vecchio, the flat 132-mile stage first took riders inland before snaking along the Corsican coast to finish in Bastia.
Froome has a chance to prove over the next three weeks what some suspected in 2012 — that he could have won last year's Tour de France if he hadn't had to give way for his teammate, Bradley Wiggins.
Wiggins' withdrawal because of a knee problem gives teammate Chris Froome the chance to win cycling's premier race after finishing runner-up last year.
Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins was released from hospital with broken ribs a day after a collision with a car while cycling.
Bradley Wiggins became the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France by protecting the yellow jersey during Sunday's final processional ride into Paris. He also helped Sky teammate Mark Cavendish earn his fourth straight sprint victory on the Champs-Elysees.
For Bradley Wiggins, the champagne on the Champs-Elysees is about to flow.
Bradley Wiggins knows he's well-positioned to win the Tour de France. But with the banged-up, frenetic and weary pack nearing the final rest day of the three-week race, he wasn't taking any chances Monday.
Luis Leon Sanchez of Spain won the 14th stage of the Tour de France and Bradley Wiggins kept the yellow jersey Sunday when at least 30 riders were slowed by flat tires from tacks thrown onto the road.
Andre Greipel of Germany led a photo-finish sprint to win the 13th stage of the Tour de France on Saturday, while Britain's Bradley Wiggins retained the overall leader's yellow jersey as the race headed south to the Mediterranean.
If Monday's time trial at the Tour de France was "the test of truth" - as one top rider called it - then Bradley Wiggins aced it.
Bradley Wiggins kept the yellow jersey at the Tour de France. Keeping his cool was another matter.
With two weeks left in the Tour de France, the two-man showdown that many predicted is taking shape, with Britain's Bradley Wiggins already in the yellow jersey — and driver's seat — while Cadel Evans isn't.
LONDON (AP) - Bradley Wiggins says he will be a support rider at Team Sky and his role at this year's Tour de France will be helping teammate Chris Froome win a second straight title.
In an interview in Thursday's edition of British newspaper The Independent, Wiggins says "Froome's got the mantle (of leadership) now, which is good . There were a couple of times last year when Chris was really isolated and I want to be in a position that I can be there (in support) when that happens."