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Bradley WigginsFormer professional road and track racing cyclist
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Bradley Wiggins is arguably the outstanding star in British sport and world cycling today with an exceptional record and his win in the Tour de France being described by Sir Chris Hoy as the “greatest sporting achievement” by a British athlete. Four time Olympic Gold medal winner, Britain’s joint most decorated Olympian and the UK’s only winner of the iconic Tour de France, Bradley captured the British public’s imagination in 2012 with not only victory in France but by taking the Gold medal in the Time Trial in front of a home crowd at London 2012 at the iconic Hampton Court Palace. Bradley also enjoyed victories in Paris-Nice, the Tour de Romandie and the Critérium du Dauphiné in 2012 – a feat never achieved by a cyclist before in the same year as a Tour de France victory.
Bradley has an epic record of track and road success spanning over 15 years. Highlights include Gold medals for Individual Pursuit at both the Athens and Beijing Olympics, three Gold medals at the 2008 World Championships in Manchester and 4th place at the 2009 Tour de France, at the time the best British performance in 25 years. For a full list of all his cycling achievements, download Bradley’s Biog.
Awarded an OBE in 2005, Bradley is an eloquent speaker and accomplished writer with a best-selling autobiography ‘In Pursuit of Glory’ and a critically acclaimed account of the 2010 Tour de France ‘On Tour’. Sky Atlantic have recently commissioned a new documentary ‘Bradley Wiggins: Tour of Duty’ to follow this epic year. Bradley is also a columnist for The Guardian. Away from the bike, Brad is excited to be working on an original collaboration with Fred Perry with a number of collections throughout 2012 and 2013.