Rhys Ifans favuorite to Play Bradley Wiggins

Rhys Ifans will play the role of Great Britain’s cycling hero Bradley Wiggins in an upcoming Hollywood production. The 32 year old is undoubtedly the biggest names in cycling in Great Britain as well as the world and he saw his fame sky rocket this last year as he became the first Briton to claim the prestigious Tour de France title as well as his fourth Olympic Games Gold medal in the time trial.
His growing reputation as a superstar of the cycling world, especially in the absence of the disgraced Lance Armstrong has caught the attention of many big name Hollywood producers and they are keen to capture his life on celluloid. According to many sources, Bradley Wiggins is a larger than life personality at the moment and the story of his life has caught the eye of many Hollywood executives. The sources also mentioned that the funding for the movie is already looking very good and it is expected that the project will be given the go ahead signal before the year is out.
According to reports emerging in various sections of the media quoting the source, Rhys Ifans is the man, they believe, will be able to capture Wiggins perfectly on screen and he is being considered as the front runner for the role, although nothing has been decided yet. The 32 year old created history by becoming the first Englishman to achieve the feat and he hardly faced any challenges from his rivals and managed to keep hold of the leader’s Yellow Jersey for almost two weeks.
The 32 year old Team Sky rider is now a household name in England and with the story of Bradley Wiggins being told by Hollywood, one can only expect his star to shine even brighter in the days to come.

Wiggins – Tour win still Feels Surreal

British cyclist Bradley Wiggins has admitted that the feeling of winning the Tour de France is yet to sink in, and it still feels a surreal experience. The 32 year old Englishman because a household name throughout Great Britain when he became the first man from the Kingdom to win the most prestigious Grand Tour title, before securing his legacy by winning the Gold medal in the time trail at the Olympic Games 2012 in London. Continue reading “Wiggins – Tour win still Feels Surreal”