Four-time gold medal cyclist Bradley Wiggins, 32, isn’t sure if he’ll stick around for Rio after becoming the first man to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold in the same summer.
“We’ll see – it’s a long way away,” Wiggins told Sky Sports Tuesday. “We tend to work in very short blocks and get the most out of those blocks, and then as you come towards the end of that block you decide what you want to do for the next period, however long that is – one or two years.”
Wiggins, who joined Sir Chris Hoy as Great Britain’s most decorated Olympian in London this summer, added that he’s focused on 2013 and possibly defending his TdF title for now.
Of course, he claims he’s also happily take a backseat, albeit not literally, to one of his Team Sky mates after his accomplishments this summer.
“It could be any one of us – it may be Chris Froome on the day, it may be me. You just don’t know in this sport, and we’re six months away from that decision being made.”
Fenway Park will host some of the world’s best snowboarders in the one-of-a-kind Big Air at Fenway, live on NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra on Thursday night.
Snowboard big air riders will descend from a jump that’s four times higher than the Green Monster inside the hallowed Boston Red Sox home.
The finalists include U.S. Olympic slopestyle champion Sage Kotsenburg and women’s Winter X Games champion Spencer O’Brien of Canada. U.S. Olympic slopestyle champion Jamie Anderson was eliminated in earlier qualifying.
Snowboard big air, like slopestyle except riders get one jump per run, will debut at the Olympics at Pyeongchang 2018.
WATCH LIVE: Big Air at Fenway — 8:30 p.m. ET
Big Air at Fenway continues with ski big air Friday at 9 p.m. ET on NBCSN and Live Extra.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says Kenya is being investigated for breaching the global anti-doping code.
WADA says an independent compliance review committee will now evaluate Kenya and make a recommendation to WADA’s board on whether the country should be declared non-compliant with the code.
WADA says it asked Kenyan authorities to show commitment to setting up a national anti-doping agency, but “we have not yet received the details nor the assurances we need from Kenya and, therefore, this is now a matter for our independent compliance process.”
Although being declared non-compliant is unlikely to bring sanctions for athletes, it would be another embarrassment for the East African country, which is under severe scrutiny for its doping record.
WADA expects a decision on Kenya’s status in a few weeks.
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