Tour de France and Olympic cycling hero Bradley Wiggins has won BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins is the bookmakers' odds-on favourite to be crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year
Bradley Wiggins' hopes of defending his Tour de France title were dealt a blow today after the details of the 2013 route were unveiled.
Bradley Wiggins has pulled out of the 2013 Tour de France because of illness and injury. He pulled out of the Giro d'Italia earlier this month.
Cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins has spoken to ITV Granada about making his home in the village of Eccleston in Chorley.
At the moment, Sir Bradley is on the Spanish island of Majorca, training hard for the year ahead.
The borough of Chorley has warmly embraced the cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins, who's made his home in the village of Eccleston.
At the moment, Sir Bradley is many miles away on the Spanish island of Majorca, training hard for the year ahead.
But the small corner of Lancashire he now calls home is never far from his mind.
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins has been made a knight in the New Year Honours list. It caps a remarkable year in which he became the first Briton to win the Tour de France, won Olympic gold and scooped the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
Bradley Wiggins is in hospital after being knocked down in Lancashire. The 32 -year -old gold medallist was thrown off his bike by a car pulling out of a petrol station. It happened in Wrightington Police say he is stable but has injured his ribs.