Cyclist Bradley Wiggins announces retirement

Professional road and track racing cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins (36) from Britain has announced retirement from cycling.  He was Britain’s first cyclist to win prestigious Tour de France. With this announcement his 16 years of professional career came to an end. In his career he has won Tour de France in 2012, total 8 Olympic medals (5 are gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze) and 7 world titles. He is Britain’s most decorated Olympian and is the only cyclist to win world titles and Olympic gold medals on both track and road.