Wiggins


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Wiggins

(ˈwɪɡɪnz)
n
(Biography) Sir Bradley (Marc). born 1980, English racing cyclist; winner of seven Olympic medals, including four golds, for Britain; first British cyclist (2012) to win the Tour de France
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That wire was to my dirty little lieutenant, Wiggins, and I expect that he and his gang will be with us before we have finished our breakfast."
"In future they can report to you, Wiggins, and you to me.
"In future you shall send up Wiggins alone to report, and the rest of you must wait in the street.
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SIR Bradley Wiggins has vehemently denied cheating during his career and claimed he is the victim of a "malicious" attempt to "smear" his reputation.
SIR Bradley Wiggins' ex-coach Shane Sutton has urged both the cycle star and the ex-Team Sky doctor to "tell the truth" over drugs use.
SIR Bradley Wiggins will be a novice at the scene of some of his many successes when he returns to competition today.
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