Cyclist Sir Wiggins Destroys Hour Record, Claims Tour De France Title

Bradley Wiggins has broken cycling's iconic hour record, racing across a distance of about 34 miles.
The 35-year-old smashed fellow Briton Alex Dowsett's 33 mile record set in May.
Roared on by an overflowing crowd in London, Wiggins became the sixth rider to claim a Tour de France title and the hour record.
Going into the race, Wiggins knew chasing down the previous record would be a grueling task.
After finishing the race Wiggins said, quote "I'm just glad it's done. It was torturous,"
Wiggins is also the fifth person in the past nine months to break the record.
The multiple Olympic and world champion on track and road beat Dowsett's 212 laps, set in Manchester, with 1min 42secs to spare.