Bradley Wiggins – Well done, Sir Wiggins. At 36 years old, it’s not too late to improve again. Even if in the last sixteen years you have already won everything on the track or on the road. At 36 years he becomes the most successful British athlete of the Olympics Games. Wiggins with Edward Clancy, Steven Burke and Owain Doll in Rio de Janeiro won the gold medal in the team pursuit. Wiggins does a new world record and he wins his eighth career Olympic medal.
Sir Bradley Wiggins started to win in Sydney 2000, 16 years ago, when he was only 20 years old. Silently with a bronze. Four years later in Athens 2004, however, it was already time to impress. He won a gold in the individual, a silver withe his team and a bronze. Since Mary Rand in Tokyo ’64 no British athlete could collect 3 medals in the same Olympics Games. Meanwhile, he also began his career on the road. World Gold in 2007 and Olympic gold next year in Beijing. And the legend Bradley Wiggins becomes Sir.
Bradley Wiggins was nearly run over by a motorcycle
Bradley Wiggins won the Tour de France in 2012. A few weeks during the Olympic Games in London, he won the gold in the individual time trial. The only medal away from the track. Bradley Wiggins had some problems with two and four wheels. In 2015, a TV moto bike risked to invest him while he was finishing time trial prologue, Paris-Nice, during the Tour de France. After the victory of the great French race, he went to hospital in Lancashire, after being hit by a car while training in road near Wiga. Some broken ribs and injury. However, Sir Wiggins has always raised and now is once again on top of the world. Well done Sir Wiggins, we hope that you can find new feeling with motorbikes and cars.