Wiggins banged, but ready to charge ahead on Tour's pavé

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Sky's Bradley Wiggins appeared as if he had fallen out of the back of a speeding truck when he started today's Tour de France stage. Despite the scrapes from yesterday's crash, he is ready to confront one of this year's most feared days; the cobblestone stage to Arenberg.

"We have to go out and do the same thing: ride aggressively," said Wiggins. "The worst thing that could happen is that you could crash, break something and go home - this is your job, you have to do it."

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