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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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Cycling chief expects Olympics success after Wiggins win

As Bradley Wiggins begins his preparation for more glory at the Olympics, the head of British Cycling refused to put a medal target for Team GB cyclists at the Games.

But Ian Drake told BBC Breakfast he expected his team to challenge across the board.

We will be in the best condition possible and what you will actually see, you will probably see a better spread of medals across other cycling disciplines potentially in BMXing and mountain biking.

– Ian Drake, CEO of British Cycling

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