Sir Brad’s versatility can overshadow the scale of his achievements, muses the Doc
Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins has been forced to quit The Jump after suffering a "small leg fracture" in training for the winter sports show.
2012 Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins suffered a leg injury ahead of The Jumps's start and aggravated it in his first competitive outing
Sir Bradley Wiggins says he wants to forge a career as an actor, claiming he has previously turned down a role on Eastenders.
The show must go on 👊🏻🇬🇧 A photo posted by Sir Wiggo (@bradwiggins) on Feb 4, 2017 at 3:47am PST Bradley Wiggins has suffered an injury while training for the…
The 90-second Skoda advert is to be a run through Bradley Wiggins' career with the motto: 'It's important to be yourself, important to make your own choices'.
Bradley Wiggins has revealed that he turned down an offer to appear on Strictly Come Dancing to risk life and limb doing ski jumping on The Jump instead.
Bradley Wiggins has revealed that he is taking part in Channel 4's The Jump winter sports reality TV show so he doesn't 'get fat and unfit'.
Bryan Steel, a team-mate of Bradley Wiggins at two Olympics, has come out in support of Wiggins, saying that the Tour de France winner has "never doped".
Having only announced his retirement last week, Bradley Wiggins will risk life and limb in Channel 4's The Jump, a show that has hospitalised contestants.
The chair of the Culture, Media and Sport parliamentary select committee says there are still many questions surrounding the package delivered to Bradley Wiggins in 2011
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Take a look back at some of the best bits of Sir Bradley Wiggins' career on the road
Bradley Wiggins posted on Instagram announcing the end of his professional career
Despite four hours of select committee grilling, there are still plenty of question that we'd like to see answered by Team Sky and British Cycling bosses
Sir Bradley Wiggins paid a visit to the Bircotes and Harworth Sports and Social Club to take a look at the Tommy Simpson memorabilia
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford has told MPs that the mystery package delivered to Sky at the Dauphiné contained Fluimicil, a treatment for chest infections.
Former Team Sky head coach Shane Sutton has told MPs how he arranged for the delivery of a mystery package that has been the centre of recent controversy.
Bob Howden, the president of British Cycling, has told MPs that he will inform them if there were medical products in Team Sky's mystery Dauphiné package.
Bradley Wiggins has taken to Instagram ahead of Dave Brailsford's appearance in front of MPs, with a cryptic post portraying himself as Braveheart.
UCI president Brian Cookson has called for David Brailsford to fully disclose the contents of the suspicious package that Sky received at the 2011 Dauphiné.
Rohan Dennis has performed well in one week stage races for a number of years, but will now be turning his attention to attacking three week Grand Tours.
Sir Bradley Wiggins used his social media app Instagram to contact and sign new rider to the Team Wiggins roster
Three-year deal in the offing for Sir Bradley Wiggins's team and brands
UK Anti-Doping investigation into a 'mysterious medical package' delivered to Team Sky during the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné will reportedly clear Bradley Wiggins