news28.07.2012Wiggins, the pursuit of perfection
32-year-old Bradley Wiggins recently became the first British Tour de France champion at the end of a race marked with the colours of Team Sky, which also propelled Christopher Froome to second place. The yellow jersey of the 2012 Tour and winner of the Besançon and Chartres time trials managed to transcend his image as a pursuit cyclist limited to the race against the clock and metamorphosed into a strong leader on all terrains.read more
news27.07.2012A Tour full of promise!
Bradley Wiggins' triumph in the 2012 Tour may well represent the dawn of a new era. The dominance of Team Sky could serve well the first British Tour champion again in the future, but also his second-in-command Chris Froome. Whatever happens in the English squad, which has achieved its number one goal in a mere three years, there is no doubt that the next few editions of the Tour will speak with a Slovak, French or American accent. Peter Sagan, Tejay van Garderen, Thibaut Pinot and Pierre...read more
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