Bradley Wiggins wins gold
Tour de France winner becomes Britain's most successful Olympian
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins has claimed Team GB's second gold medal winning the men's time trial race.
Wiggins has become the first man to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold in the same year.
The 32-year-old last month became the Tour's first British winner and carried his form into the 44-kilometre Olympic time-trial at Hampton Court.
The gold for the three-time Olympic track champion Wiggins took his tally to seven medals in four games, surpassing rower Sir Steve Redgrave's record haul. Wiggins beat Germany's Tony Martin into second place, while Chris Froome won bronze for Britain. The Tour de France winner has now won four Olympic gold medals, one silver and two bronze.
The two medals came during a successful day for Team GB after Helen Glover and Heather Stanning won the first gold in the women's rowing pair.
GO WIGGO GO YOURVE MADE US PROUD AND ABLE TO HOLD OUR HEADS HIGH GOOD ON YOU MATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Date 17/07/14, Duration 1:40, Views 51