Cyclist Bradley Wiggins has spoken about his Olympic success following his convincing gold medal win in the time trial.
Fresh from winning the Tour de France, Wiggins says the astonishing summer is without doubt his career high point: "This last six weeks I don't think I'm ever going to top in my sporting career now; winning the Tour and coming back and winning a home Olympic Games and a fourth Olympic gold medal."
"I still can't believe I won a fourth Olympic gold medal. It's, yeah... A vodka tonic helps I tell you," he said, taking a celebratory sip.
Bradley's win came despite many thinking it was overly ambitious for him to try and take two of cycling's top prizes within weeks of one another, but he said he never doubted he could do it: "I said at the start of the year, you know, I couldn't prioritise one or the other I wanted both.
"I was greedy, I don't mind admitting that and I felt I could do both and that was part of the challenge as well."
World champion Tony Martin of Germany took silver, a gaping 42 seconds behind, with Briton Chris Froome claiming bronze, 68 seconds behind.