Wiggins' Giro hopes sliding fast
Defending Tour de France champ falls 90 seconds back of main rivals on Friday
PESCARA, Italy -- The general classification of the Giro d'Italia slid out of control Friday in Pescara after Sky's Bradley Wiggins crossed the finish line almost 90 seconds behind his main rivals following a dangerous, crash-marred descent from San Silvestro in the rain.
Wiggins was already in difficulty over the top of the climb, and after his crash, on a wet right-hand turn inside seven kilometers from the finish, he visibly lost his confidence, navigating turns with the ...
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