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Sir Bradley Wiggins and Great Britain qualified fastest in the men's team pursuit on day one of the Track Cycling World Championships in London.
Wiggins, riding in his first Track World Championships since 2008, combined with London 2012 gold medallist Steven Burke, Jonathan Dibben and Owain Doull to clock three minutes 55.664 seconds and advance in first place to the semi-finals.
Britain will meet fourth-fastest qualifiers Italy in the semi-finals of the four-man, four-kilometres event, which take place on Thursday's second day of competition. Italy qualified in 3mins 57.800secs.
Australia (3:55.867) and defending champions New Zealand (3:57.050) will meet in the second semi-final, vying for a place in Thursday's final.
The 2012 Tour de France champion is a multiple world champion on the track but at last he has his first world title on the roadRead the full story ›
Sir Bradley Wiggins rode brilliantly to dethrone German rival Tony Martin and win the gold medal in the Road World Championships individual time trial in Ponferrada, northern Spain.
Wiggins' exertions saw him collapse after he finished. When he recovered, the British rider dedicated the win to his family.
Wiggins collapsed on the floor in the finishers tent.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has just set off on his attempt to win the Road World Championships individual time trial in northern Spain.
Defending champion Tony Martin of Germany - Wiggins' only serious rival for gold - is the last man out of the gate, two minutes behind the British rider.
Sir Bradley Wiggins, who is going for gold in the world championships time trial in Spain later today, has revealed he will attempt to break the world hour record in 2015.
"I want to prepare for it properly," Wiggins told the BBC. "It will give me something to get out of bed for in the winter."
Wiggins said he was inspired by Jens Voigt, the 43-year-old German who broke the record last week.
Sir Bradley Wiggins says he must ride a flawless time trial if he is to beat German rival Tony Martin to world championships gold in northern Spain.
"This year's course is a lot different to last year's, which was long and flat," Wiggins said.
"You have to think more on this course. There's no room for error.
"You need to have enough in the tank for the end. It's challenging, a true test of the time trial."
Wiggins goes for gold at 2.34pm (BST), two minutes ahead of final rider Martin. Essex-born rider Alex Dowsett, tipped for a top-ten finish, sets off at 2.18pm.
Britain's most decorated cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins has officially received his knighthood from the Queen in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Wiggins told ITV News he couldn't remember what the Queen said to him, as he was so nervous.
Former Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins is among the race favourites along with Nairo Quintana, second behind Britain's Chris Froome in this year's Tour.
This year's race starts on the Scottish Borders and will move through the Lake District, Snowdonia and Dartmoor before concluding with a showpiece finish in central London.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed he could not bring himself to watch fellow Team Sky rider Chris Froome win the Tour de France.Read the full story ›