Wiggins upbeat despite losing Vuelta lead on Angliru

Bradley Wiggins, Vuelta a Espana 2011, stage 15

Bradley Wiggins (Sky) had a tough day on the Angliru, losing his overall lead of the 2011 Vuelta a Espana, but both team-mate Chris Froome and Wiggins remain very much in the frame at less than a minute with six days racing to go.

"It's not over yet, Bradley had a bit of bad luck there, then he suffered on the steepest parts of the climb and finally [stage winner and race leader Juan Jose] Cobo (Geox) was the strongest on the day," Sky's Shane Sutton said.

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