Sir Bradley Wiggins has warned cycling would be in danger of taking a step backwards if Team Sky was to fold.Read the full story ›
A source said: "It's not threatening his taking part in the show. It's very minor."Read the full story ›
Sir Bradley Wiggins, Britain's most decorated Olympian, has retired form professional cycling. Here's a look back at his career in pictures.Read the full story ›
Now-retired Sir Bradley Wiggins is "without doubt" the best cyclist Britain has ever produced, according to commentator and journalist Phil Liggett.
Tour de France commentator Liggett said Wiggins was "soaked in natural talent" and had shown ambition from a young age.
Sir Bradley, Britain's most decorated Olympian with eight medals over 16 years and a 2012 Tour de France winner, announced his retirement from professional cycling on Wednesday.
"He's risen without doubt to be the best cyclist Britain's ever produced," Liggett said.
We take a numerical look at the achievements of cycling legend Sir Bradley WigginsRead the full story ›
Sir Bradley Wiggins will start his last race in the UK on Tuesday, as questions over Team Sky's use of steroids threatens to overshadow it.Read the full story ›
Team Sky say they are confident that the UK Anti-Doping investigation into an allegation within cycling will find no wrongdoing.Read the full story ›
The Belgian doctor played no part in the British cyclist's application for a therapeutic use exemption (TUE), Wiggins claimsRead the full story ›
The pair added to Britain's medal haul after Laura Trott took the top spot in the omnium earlier on Sunday.Read the full story ›
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.