'I was in the zone like never before,' says Wiggins
Bradley Wiggins spoke to Ned Boulting twice straight after his Stage 19 time trail win. Here's the second interview:
"It's something I've always aspired to do, since I was a child," said Wiggins after all but confirming his race win.
"Most people who are inspired by cycling, everyone who starts cycling as a kid and get into it, everyone dreams of winning the Tour or wearing the yellow jersey in the Tour, to cross the line, I kind of summed it up in that punch coming across the line, I was thinking about my family, my grandfather who died two years ago.
"It was an incredible feeling. Some people say in sport you know 'you're in the zone' but I was in the zone today in a way I've never been before, I really was."
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