Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’

21 September 2019 08:30
The cyclist on the birth of his daughter, his estranged father, and former heavyweight boxer Mike TysonBorn in Belgium, Bradley Wiggins, 39, grew up in London. He became a junior world champion in 1998 and won Olympic bronze in 2000. In 2012, he was the first Briton to win the Tour de France and took his fourth Olympic gold medal in the time trial in London. He was knighted the following year. In 2016, he won gold in Rio, becoming Britain’s most decorated Olympian, and announced retirement. He is touring the UK with his show, Bradley Wiggins: An Evening With, until 6 October.When were you happiest? When my second child Bella was born in 2006. I missed my son Ben being born because I was racing, so seeing it for the first time was quite an experience. Related: Bradley Wiggins: ‘I’d have had more rights as a murderer … I only asked for a fair trial’ | Donald McRae Continue readingreadfullarticle

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