Sky's objective clear ahead of Tour's high mountains

Bradley Wiggins, Tour de France 2010, stage 7

Team Sky's objective is clear ahead of the first day in the Tour de France's high mountains: help Bradley Wiggins up the classification.

The team lost its second place overall on Saturday's stage seven, when Geraint Thomas dropped behind the main leaders on the climb to Station des Rousses. Wiggins, though, gained three places in the classification and underscored the team's objective for the Tour de France.

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