Bradley Wiggins will have Olympic Gold in his sights, after becoming the first ever British winner of the Tour de France. Eurostar says it's had one of it's busiest weekends, as fans of the cyclist headed to Paris to watch him cross the finish line on the Champs Elysee.
And he's done it with the help of a man from Sussex. Sean Yates from Forest Row is a cyclist and the team's head coach. He's been giving instructions on tactics during the race, and providing key advice for the winner's success.
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