Bradley Wiggins reveals desire to compete in rowing at 2020 Olympic Games

The five-time gold medal winner is now being coached for rowing 'seven days a week' since retiring from cycling at the start of the year

Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed that he hopes to potentially go for more Olympic glory in the next Games in 2020, this time competing in rowing.

The 2012 Tour de France winner, who has won five Olympic gold medals, took up rowing in his retirement at the end of 2016 to stay fit, but now says he is receiving week-round coaching and hopes to begin competing soon.

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