- Wiggins not racing Tour De France
if it avoids the soap-opera ‘who’s the team leader’ stuff then I’m pretty happy. Froome has been in great form this year and deserves his team leader status, especially as the parcours suits him more than wiggo.
It’s a shame wiggo couldn’t defend his title, but GB has a good follow up man in FroomePosted 4 years agoedlongMember
There’s this speculation all over twitter too. Personally, I don’t reckon you could get to where Wiggins has, making the sacrifices and putting in the blood, sweat, tears and complete and utter commitment that he has, if you’re the sort of bloke who spits the dummy out and sulks off on a sickie when you don’t get your own way.
Look at his history, he’s not one to walk away at the first sign of adversity, is he?Posted 4 years agoedhornbySubscriber
I always thought the idea that you could go full gas in the giro and then carry that form into the tour was a bit hopeful to say the least
the knee thing is probably marginal but the chest infection will have blown any attempt at re-peaking for the tour
he could have a good go at the vuelta, no reason why he couldn’t do itPosted 4 years ago
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