Wiggins eyes Olympic win

Bradley Wiggins has become the first British winner of the Tour De France in its 109 year history. He says he will now begin training for the London Olympics.

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Wiggins: Tour de France win was 'goose-pimple stuff'

Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins has told Sky News winning the 20-stage, 2,173-mile race was "goose-pimple stuff".

He also said of the final stage: "We had a job to do for Mark [Cavendish]. We were on a mission today, a mission from God.".

He added that he hoped his victory would give people hope and belief because cycling is a "fantastic sport and people love it and we've got a duty to give people something to aspire to".


Team Sky manager: 'It's a real proud moment'

Dave Brailsford, the Team Sky general manager and BritishCycling's performance director has said he is "thrilled" by the achievements of his riders.

He told ITV Sport: "I think what the team have done, the guys have done, the Olympic riders have done, and now Bradley capping it off here, it's just ... To see all the union jacks and all the people who are here, it's a real proud moment.

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