Wiggins turns to London 2012
Tour De France winner Bradley Wiggins insists 'everything turns to the Olympics' despite the glory of his victory in Paris on Sunday.
Wiggins became the first ever British winner of the gruelling Tour, finishing in the chasing peloton in Sunday's final stage around the French capital with a winning margin of three minutes and 21 seconds.
Fellow Brit and Team Sky team-mate, Chris Froome, finished second with Italy's Vincenzo Nibali in third.
Another Team Sky rider, Mark Cavendish, won the sprint finish along the Champs Elysees for the fourth successive year.
Cavendish and Wiggins will both now turn their attentions to London 2012, with the Olympic Road Race on Saturday with the time trial the following Wednesday.
Wiggins insisted he was postponing any celebrations following his historic win until after the Olympics, where he is bidding to add to his haul of six medals - including three golds.
"Everything turns to the Olympics and I'll be out on the bike on Monday. I've got an Olympic time trial to try and win," he said.
"It's a little weird to leave Paris without a party because it would be nice to spend time with the team and really enjoy it."