The Hitch wrote:You'll never be able to take away wiggos accomplishments, which he won far more impressively than you give him credit for. He won golds in 3 different Olympics at different events + a tour in one of the most convincing fashions in recent tdf history. I know it's easier to believe it was all a fluke, but when someone wins that much chances are it isn't.
Mr. Wiggins record of seven Olympic medals in four disciplines
at four different Games shows his amazing versatility as well
as astonishing longevity on the biggest, most competitive
and pressure-packed sporting stage there is, the Olympic
Games. If he were to continue and qualify for the 2016 Rio
Olympics and once there, win another medal of any colour,
Mr. Wiggins would achieve undisputed sporting legend status.
Of course, qualifying for the Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Olympic cycling team is extremely difficult and I have no idea
if he has the desire to subject himself and his family to that
arduous process one more time. Best of luck to him whatever
path he chooses for the rest of his career.