Look at Wiggins results before this year and count the number of long time trials he has won.Poursuivant said:It is pathetic, Wiggins is always strong in TT. All year on here it has been "tour will be boring, wiggo friendly course etc"
Soon as he wins one stage, his specialty, he is a doper. It is tiresome, anyone who performs well = doper (unless you happen to be a 'fanboy').
Count them, find them, discover them, they don't exist.
This was a Wiggins friendly course, because of the time trial km, and he has always been a very good time trialler, and an excellent prolouger.
And I can understand his loosing loads of weight and becoming a climber, it's been tried by plenty of people, and some of them succeed.
But his new-found ability against the clock after loosing 10km of muscle. It's nothing short of miraculous.