British history to win the Olympic medals up to the footsteps of athletes Wiggins, in the end of 2016 announced his retirement.
“I’ve been in love with the sport since I was 12 and I was lucky enough to be able to rely on this sport to make a living and live up to my dreams,” said Wiggins, the athlete who won the most Olympic medals in the UK, on Wednesday. In the middle of the year, the car gave everything to itself, but 2016 will be the end of this chapter of life.
Wiggins began in September this year into a doping scandal, which he was suspected of receiving the 2011 Tour de France before the package contains suspected doping, by the British anti-doping agency’s investigation.
The 36-year-old Wiggins has won five Olympic medals since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, winning five medals, including five gold medals and becoming the first British driver to win the Tour de France in 2012 , He also won seven World Championships. In 2013, he was awarded the title of the British queen.
Source : Internet