Bradley Wiggins ‘in awe’ of Tour de France contenders 10 years after victory

A decade has passed since Bradley Wiggins won the 2012 Tour de France, but the Briton is reticent to mark the anniversary overtly. “I haven’t really given it much thought, if I’m honest. It’s not something that I want to keep remembering, every anniversary,” Wiggins said in a conference call on Thursday. “I’m just amazed it’s been ten years. It’s gone so quick and so much has happened in that time.”

When journalists from across Europe first joined the call, organised to promote his current gig as an analyst for Eurosport, they were breezily told by the PR assistant on hand that questions about anything other than this year’s edition of the Tour de France would not be answered.

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