Sky's quick exit strategy from the Tour de France

Bradley Wiggins, Tour de France 2012

Team Sky may be on the verge of making history with Britain's first ever overall Tour de France victory, but regardless of what happens between now and Paris, there will apparently be no elaborate team celebrations in the French capital.

"This year it's a little bit tricky with the Olympics," noted Sky's Head of Operations Carsten Jeppesen. "Normally teams have a get together: a party or dinner. But some of our athletes will have to fly to the UK that evening."

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