12.09.2011 [British Cycling] - Bradley Wiggins has climbed up to seventh from eighteenth in the latest UCI WorldTour Individual Rankings after his third place finish in the Vuelta with Chris Froome debuting in twenty-fifth, one place ahead of Mark Cavendish. The Sky Procycling duo's
01.09.2011 [The Independent] - Britain's Bradley Wiggins held on to the overall lead. Sagan followed up his sixth stage victory by crossing the finish line just ahead of Germany's John Degenkolb, Italian pair Daniele Bennati and Alessandro Petacchi, and Juan Jose Haedo of Argentina.
31.07.2012 This was how it was supposed to be: Bradley Wiggins, the first-ever British Tour de France winner, also bringing home gold for Great Britain at the London Olympic Games. (He just missed being Britain's first gold medalist of ...
13.09.2011 [Telegraph.co.uk] - Chris Froome, Team Sky's Kenyan-born British rider, finished second in the general classification while compatriot and team-mate Bradley Wiggins completed the podium in Madrid. Stage one, Peebles - Dumfries; 170.3km: 1.
12.09.2011 [Cycling Weekly] - Britain's Bradley Wiggins (Sky) has moved up to seventh place in the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) WorldTour Ranking after his third spot overall in the 2011 Vuelta a Espana. The latest edition of the ranking takes into account points earned by
07.09.2011 [Telegraph.co.uk] - Bradley Wiggins, Froome's team-mate, finished the 215-kilometre ride from Faustino V to Peña Cabarga in 12th place as the Team Sky leader retained his third place in general classification, one minute 41 seconds off the lead.
02.09.2011 [Perspicacious] - But Britain's Bradley Wiggins retains the overall leader's red jersey. 1634: FOOTBALL - It is a busy night in football with a big programme of Euro 2012 qualifiers involving, among others, England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
24.08.2011 [Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Britain's Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) struggled on the final steep ramp - which reached a maximum gradient of 23 percent - but limited his losses to 20 seconds on Rodriguez. Spaniard Igor Anton (Euskaltel) was less fortunate, rolling over the line 57