Posted December 13, 2012 on AP on Fox
PLAYERS: Bradley Wiggins
Bradley Wiggins says he wants to defend his Tour de France title, changing course after previously indicating his focus in 2013 could be on the Giro d'Italia and the Spanish Vuelta. The 32-year-old Briton had said he would probably help Team Sky teammate Christopher Froome, who finished second behind him in July, win the 2013 Tour. But Wiggins said on Thursday: ''My goal is to win the Tour next year ... whether that is realized or not I don't know really. We're still in this planning phase at the moment.'' The decision falls with Sky general manager Dave Brailsford. On the BBC, Wiggins said ''maybe we'll have two leaders, which is more than likely I guess.''

2014 Tour de France to start in Yorkshire, England

The 2014 Tour de France will start in the northeastern English county of Yorkshire. The Tour has begun once before in Britain - in London in 2007. The selection of Yorkshire for the 2014 start comes a few months after Bradley Wiggins became the first British rider to win the Tour in its 109-year history. Tour organizers said Friday that preliminary details of the course route...

2014 Tour to start in Yorkshire

Drawn by cycling's runaway success in Britain, the Tour de France will cross the English Channel again in 2014 to start in the northeastern English city of Leeds and swing through London before returning to mainland Europe. Tour organizers announced Friday the second British debut in a decade for cycling's showpiece event, after the ''Grand Depart'' in London...
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