Arguably one of the toughest sporting events in the world, the 1,282 mile, three-week Tour de France was won in some style by Bradley Wiggins. Dominating his competitors, Wiggins wore the leader's jersey for 15 of the 21 racing days. No Olympic track gold medallist has ever gone on to win Le Tour de France. No British cyclist has won Le Tour in it's 109 year history.
|Levenes Cycling Solicitors, Colin Martyr and Tim Beasley|
show their support with some of Wiggo's trademark sideburns
Wiggins has spent 2012 enthralling Britain. Outside of the sport, he's doesn't get caught up in the celebrity lifestyle that can come with sporting success. He's a true inspiration and according to Chris Boardman, is the "greatest British cyclist of all time."
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