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Topic - Bradley Wiggins
Bradley Wiggins of Britain won the Tour of California on Sunday after holding the lead for the final week.
Bradley Wiggins said Saturday he still doesn't know if he will ride in the Tour de France.
Tour of California leader Bradley Wiggins says he wants to compete in the Tour de France in July, but isn't sure he will.
Slovakia's Peter Sagan won the seventh stage of the Tour of California in a field sprint Saturday and Britain's Bradley Wiggins closed in on the overall title.
Colombia's Esteban Chaves won the hilly sixth stage of the Tour of California in 100-degree heat Friday, and Britain's Bradley Wiggins increased his lead by 2 seconds in the overall standings.
American Taylor Phinney raced to a 12-second victory Thursday in 100-degree heat in the fifth stage of the Tour of California, and Britain's Bradley Wiggins retained the overall lead.
Will Routley of Canada surprised the favored sprinters by winning stage 4 of the Tour of California on Wednesday, and Bradley Wiggins of Britain retained his race lead for the third day.
Rohan Dennis of Australia bolted to the front within the final 300 yards to win the hot and hilly third stage and reduce Bradley Wiggins' race lead at the Tour of California on Tuesday.
Bradley Wiggins of Britain, the 2012 Tour de France winner and Olympic time trial gold medalist, powered to a 44-second victory Monday in the Stage 2 individual time trial and moved into the race lead at the Tour of California.
Bradley Wiggins might be the only one who doesn't consider himself the overwhelming favorite to win the Tour of California when it begins Sunday in Sacramento.
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.
"It was a relatively straightforward stage," said Wiggins, who has held the race lead for a week since winning the stage-2 time trial. "We didn't have to do too much. But it was a pretty fast and tough run-in to the finish. You always have to aware of a breakaway or a crash."
"I'd love to be on the start," said Wiggins, who won it in 2012. "But it's about Chris (Froome) being confident in the team."