Dylan Van Baarle (GRS), Alex Dowsett (MOV), and Sir Bradley Wiggins (SKY) talk about their performances in the Tour of Britain.
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Vincenzo Nibali (Reuters/Jerome Prevost) (Reuters) – Vincenzo Nibali became the first Italian to win the Tour de France since the late Marco Pantani on Sunday, dominating his rivals on all terrains as his main rivals crashed out of a superb three-week race. While Italy celebrated its seventh Tour winner, a jubilant France hailed its first […]
Tony Martin defends his rainbow jersey for the second straight year (2011, 2012, 2013), winning by 46.74 seconds, and beating Bradley Wiggins (GBR), who bested him at the Olympics.
For the third straight year, Tony Martin of Germany remains the Time Trial champion, beating Bradley Wiggins of Great Britain by 46.74 seconds. Last year’ss silver medalist, Taylor Phinney of USA, came in 5th.
Steve Schlanger and Todd Gogulski go over Bradley Wiggins’ Tour win, and Mark Cavendish’s three stage wins, and get viewers ready of the Road Cycling World Championships next week.
Mark Cavendish of Omega gets his 9th career Tour stage win, his second stage win this year, holding off Elia Viviani of Cannondale. GC leader Bradley Wiggins of Sky slips down from 32 second lead to a 26 second lead, with only the final stage to go.
On the only mountain stage of the Tour of Britain, 21-year old rider Simon Yates of Great Britain had the endurance to hold out for the Stage 6 win. General Classification leader Bradley Wiggins of Sky slips down from 37 to 32 seconds over Martin Elmiger.
With a sprint finish, Sam Bennett of An Post claimed the win during Stage 5 in the 2013 Tour of Britain. Bradley Wiggins of Sky continued to maintain his GC lead of the Tour by 37 seconds.
As the 11 man break away finally crumbled, Mark Cavendish of Omega claimed his first win of the Tour of Britain race, taking Stage 4. Bradley Wiggins of Sky continues to maintain his GC lead by 37 seconds.