Chorley's Sir Bradley Wiggins has pulled out of the Tour de France with a knee injury. He quit the Giro d'Italia earlier this month.
Bradley Wiggins' hopes of defending his Tour de France title were dealt a blow today after the details of the 2013 route were unveiled.
Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins is now going for Olympic gold. He is due to begin training in Lancashire.
Bradley Wiggins made history today as he became the first British man to win the Tour de France. The 32-year-old punched his arms in the air and clapped as he crossed the finish line on Paris's Champs-Elysees. Fellow Brit Mark Cavendish won the final stage of the race into Paris.
Bradley Wiggins faces Stage 13 of the Tour de France as the leader.
The 13th is a flat, 217km from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux to Le Cap d'Agde.The finish should see the Manx missile Mark Cavendish challenge for the stage win in a sprint.
Chorley's Bradley Wiggins will start a sixth day with the leader's jersey of the Tour de France. Wiggins lead is 2:05 from his Sky team mate and fellow Brit Chris Froome.