World Archery lifts suspension on India with conditions
Indian archers are now free to compete under the national flag and focus on their preparations for Tokyo Olympics.
Pullela Gopichand blames Prakash Padukone for encouraging Saina Nehwal to leave Hyderabad
Saina's decision to join Padukone's facility in Bengaluru in 2014 wasn't beneficial for the player, Gopichand reveals in new book.
Bryan Habana: World Cup legacy can lead to Olympic gold
Bryan Habana believes South Africa's stunning Rugby World Cup triumph in Japan can inspire a generation to Olympic rugby sevens gold in Tokyo next year.
Kenya eyes jail sentences for athletes caught doping
Kenyan athletes are known especially for their long- and middle-distance running prowess, but the East African nation has been caught up in a string of doping scandals over the past five years.
UK Athletics to review handling of Nike Oregon Project probe
UK Athletics (UKA) has commissioned an independent review into the way an investigation looking at body's relationship with the Nike Oregon Project (NOP) was handled
Archers Deepika Kumari and Ankita Bhakat secure Olympic quota
Deepika Kumari struck gold, while Ankita Bhakat picked up silver at the Continental Qualification Tournament held on the sidelines of the Asian Championships.
- Date of birth
Linda McCartney Racing Team (2001), Française des Jeux (2002-2003), Crédit Agricole (2004-2005), Cofidis (2006-2007), Team High Road (2008), Garmin-Slipstream (2009), Team Sky (2010-2015), WIGGINS (2015-)
- 4 (4km team pursuit, Hour record) - up to 30/04/16
Tour de France
- Overall: 1st (2012), 3rd (2009)
- 2 stage wins (2 in 2012)
- 1 stage win (2010)
Vuelta a España
- Overall: 3rd (2011)
Olympic Games (7 medals: 4 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze)
- Individual time-trial (road): 1st (2012)
- Individual pursuit: 1st (2004, 2008)
- Team pursuit: 1st (2008), 2nd (2004), 3rd (2000)
- Madison: 3rd (2004/with Rob Hayles)
World Championships (15 medals: 8 gold, 6 silver, 1 bronze)
- Individual time-trial (road): 1st (2014), 2nd (2011, 2013)
- Individual pursuit: 1st (2003, 2007, 2008)
- Team pursuit: 1st (2007, 2008), 2nd (2000, 2001, 2003, 2016), 3rd (2002)
- Madison: 1st (2008, 2016/with Mark Cavendish)
European Track Championships (1 medal: 1 gold)
- Team pursuit: 1st (2015)
GB Time-Trial Championships (2014), Tour of California (2014), Tour of Great Britain (2013), Tour de Romandie (2012), Paris-Nice (2012), GB Road Race Championships (2011), Critérium du Dauphiné (2011, 2012), Herald Sun Tour (2009), Duo Normand (2007), Cinturon a Mallorca (2001), Flèche du Sud (2001)
"Wiggo" hoping to finish on a high note
Bradley Wiggins, the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France (2012), is determined to finish his remarkable career on a high note in Rio.
"Wiggo", who is set to retire from elite-level racing at the end of 2016, already boasts an impressive Olympic record (7 medals, including 4 gold).
He is now targeting a place in British Olympic history: a 5th gold would put him level with rowing great Steve Redgrave, and just 1 behind another cycling legend, Chris Hoy (6 gold medals).
At 36, the hour world record holder (54.526km) has made the Rio Games a clear priority. He will be hoping to help Great Britain win team pursuit gold for the 3rd successive Olympics.
|103||Men's Road race||+1:17|
|Men's Individual time trial||50:39.54|
GBR 27 CHN 26
GBR 23 CHN 18
CHN 26 JPN 21
Ledecky 4 Biles 4
Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2