Rowing has plenty of precedent for athletes going from boat to bike: Drew Ginn, Sinead Jennings, and most recently Hamish Bond, have all found success on two wheels after stellar careers on the water. Bradley Wiggins is looking to do the reverse. The British-born 2012 Tour de France champion has signaled his intention to compete in a sixth Olympic Games, this time as a rower. Wiggins, 37, was bitten by the rowing bug after taking up the sport following his retirement from cycling last year. “I might be a bit delusional,” Wiggins told the Daily Mail, “but the times suggest I am not.”
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