Wiggins eschews hero's welcome for low profile
24 July 2012, 06:44
Bradley Wiggins made a low-key return home Monday after his historic
Tour de France win, even as Britain looked forward to the cyclist
leading the country to more success at the London Olympics.
The 32-year-old and his wife Cath were seen leaving their home in
Eccleston, a village in the northern county of Lancashire, just one day
after he became the first Briton in history to pedal to victory in the
Wiggins, wearing sunglasses and a black T-shirt, and with his trademark
bushy sideburns on display, drove off in a black Mercedes without
speaking to waiting journalists.
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