Wiggins hopeful post recovery

Amazing news for Wiggins fans who have missing him out from action for the past few months- The ace Team Sky rider has confirmed about his recovery and is hopeful for a striking performance in the upcoming esteemed championships namely, Britain Tour & World Championships.

Wiggins was suffering from a chest infection that had him back out from Giro d’Italia last May and his severe injury prevented him from defending his 2012 Tour de France title this year. However, Wiggins is positive about his recovery and has also come victorious in Tour of Poland, his first race after the long hiatus due to illness.

While speaking about his inability to participate in Tour de France, the thirty-three year old Brit emphasized that albeit his non-participation in the France Tour was depressing yet it held the best for him. “It was surely very disappointing & frustrating that time but not participating in the Tour was apparently the best for me. It has been like a realization for me signifying that things cannot go well every time. When one is aware of bad points, he will appreciate good times as well. But I am really well now & I am back to the point where I left in May. It’s all looking very good for the coming two months- Britain Tour & World Championships”, stated Sir Bradley Wiggins.

The ace Brit rider who defeated Fabian Cancellara, the 4 time trial world Champion, in the last Poland Tour is strongly eyeing on the upcoming Florence world Championship. He is strongly positive on winning over his maiden rainbow jersey this time.

“It’s nice to get back to racing with my team & back to the winning spree”, stressed Wiggins. “Right now my utmost focus is towards World Championships that’s what I’m preparing for with time trials”.