Sir Bradley Wiggins CBE

World Famous Professional Cyclist

One of Britain’s greatest Olympians, Sir Bradley Wiggins is an accomplished track and road cyclist. One of the most famous faces in the sport, he has won both Olympic and World Championship Gold in track and road cycling – the only rider to have accomplished this. He also holds the world record in team pursuit, has set an hour record of 54.526 km and was Britain’s first Tour de France winner.

Sir Bradley has won an astonishing eight Olympic medals in his career; five gold, on silver and two bronze. In track world championships, he holds seven gold, four silver and one bronze medal and his overall medal tally stands at 14 gold, 11 silver and three bronze medals, this makes him one of the most decorated athletes of all time. In 2012, Sir Bradley was named BBC Sports Personality of The Year. He also received the Bidlake Memorial Prize, International Flandrian of The Year and Sport’s Journalist Association’s Sportsman of The Year award.

Sir Bradley Wiggins was awarded an OBE in 2005 and a CBE in 2009, for his services to sports. He announced his decision to retire from professional cycling after the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and competed in his last event The Six Days of Ghent alongside teammate Mark Cavendish. He has continued his involvement in Team Wiggins and is planning to expand and develop the organisation to include a women’s team and further support emerging cycling talent.

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Check out Bradley’s Rio Olympics highlights, here: