Another win for Wiggo
Bradley Wiggins produced an emphatic display to win the stage four time trial and consolidate his lead at the Criterium de Dauphine.
The Team Sky man started the day with a one second lead over last year's Tour de France champion Cadel Evans, but powered to victory, completing the course from Villie-Morgon to Bourg-en-Bresse in one hour, three minutes and 12 seconds. His time saw him finish 34 seconds ahead of world time trial champion Tony Martin while Wiggins' team-mate Michael Rogers completed the podium. The 32-year-old now goes into Friday's stage with a 38 second lead over Martin, but despite his impressive display, the Londoner is refusing to get carried away and insists he still has plenty of work to do before July's Tour de France. "It was a solid time trial for everyone today, there was no way of bluffing it or fluking it. It was a real test in the conditions," he said. "It's not a formguide for the Tour, it's just how you happened to go on one particular day but it's definitely a nice position to be in."