August 1, 2012 1 Comment
Following his historic Tour de France victory, Bradley Wiggins was the man to win the ITT today, and he just did it. He’s converted his individual pursuit speed and has had a phenomenal season.
You couldn´t discount my other contender, Fabian Cancellara, probably the greatest time trialist who’s ever drawn breath and Froome, Froome on his day he’s very good. But Wiggins has prepared meticulously and he didn´t fail his loyal British compatriots.
|1||Bradley Wiggins (Great Britain)||0:50:39.54|
|2||Tony Martin (Germany)||0:00:42.00|
|3||Christopher Froome (Great Britain)||0:01:08.33|
|4||Taylor Phinney (United States of America)||0:01:58.53|
|5||Marco Pinotti (Italy)||0:02:09.74|
|6||Michael Rogers (Australia)||0:02:11.85|
|7||Fabian Cancellara (Switzerland)||0:02:14.17|
|8||Bert Grabsch (Germany)||0:02:38.50|
|9||Jonathan Castroviejo Nicolas (Spain)||0:02:49.82|
|10||Janez Brajkovic (Slovenia)||0:03:30.18|