- Date of birth
Linda McCartney Racing Team (2001), Française des Jeux (2002-2003), Crédit Agricole (2004-2005), Cofidis (2006-2007), Team High Road (2008), Garmin-Slipstream (2009), Team Sky (2010-2015), WIGGINS (2015-)
- 4 (4km team pursuit, Hour record) - up to 30/04/16
Tour de France
- Overall: 1st (2012), 3rd (2009)
- 2 stage wins (2 in 2012)
- 1 stage win (2010)
Vuelta a España
- Overall: 3rd (2011)
Olympic Games (7 medals: 4 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze)
- Individual time-trial (road): 1st (2012)
- Individual pursuit: 1st (2004, 2008)
- Team pursuit: 1st (2008), 2nd (2004), 3rd (2000)
- Madison: 3rd (2004/with Rob Hayles)
World Championships (15 medals: 8 gold, 6 silver, 1 bronze)
- Individual time-trial (road): 1st (2014), 2nd (2011, 2013)
- Individual pursuit: 1st (2003, 2007, 2008)
- Team pursuit: 1st (2007, 2008), 2nd (2000, 2001, 2003, 2016), 3rd (2002)
- Madison: 1st (2008, 2016/with Mark Cavendish)
European Track Championships (1 medal: 1 gold)
- Team pursuit: 1st (2015)
GB Time-Trial Championships (2014), Tour of California (2014), Tour of Great Britain (2013), Tour de Romandie (2012), Paris-Nice (2012), GB Road Race Championships (2011), Critérium du Dauphiné (2011, 2012), Herald Sun Tour (2009), Duo Normand (2007), Cinturon a Mallorca (2001), Flèche du Sud (2001)
"Wiggo" hoping to finish on a high note
Bradley Wiggins, the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France (2012), is determined to finish his remarkable career on a high note in Rio.
"Wiggo", who is set to retire from elite-level racing at the end of 2016, already boasts an impressive Olympic record (7 medals, including 4 gold).
He is now targeting a place in British Olympic history: a 5th gold would put him level with rowing great Steve Redgrave, and just 1 behind another cycling legend, Chris Hoy (6 gold medals).
At 36, the hour world record holder (54.526km) has made the Rio Games a clear priority. He will be hoping to help Great Britain win team pursuit gold for the 3rd successive Olympics.
|Men's Team Pursuit||3:50.265 - WR|
|1||Men's Team Pursuit, Qualification||3:51.943 Q|
|1||Men's Team Pursuit, 1st Round||3:50.570 Q|
|1||Men's Team Pursuit, 1st Round, Heat 4||3:50.570 Q|
|1||Men's Team Pursuit, Final||3:50.265|
Total Medal Leaders
GBR 27 CHN 26
GBR 23 CHN 18
CHN 26 JPN 21
Total Medal Leaders
Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2
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