Bradley Wiggins

Storm-force winds could not prevent Bradley Wiggins from taking a superb victory in the opening time trial of the Four Days of Dunkirk on Tuesday.

Despite the adverse weather conditions and a course just nine kilometres long the Cofidis rider finished an impressive 12 seconds clear of closest rival, William Bonnet (Credit Agricole), with Sebastian Joly (Francaise des Jeux) in third place a further 26 seconds back.

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