We may soon be watching Olympic Gold medallist Bradley Wiggins on the big screen as plans are underway to turn the Olympic champion's exploits into a Hollywood movie, according to the tabloids.
British producers are believed to have secured US backing for the film, which will tell Bradley's story from his difficult childhood up to his triumph at the London Olympics.
Actor Rhys Ifans, 45, is being tipped to play 32-year-old Bradley as producers feel Ifans cold capture bradley's spirit perfectly.
Wiggins became the first cyclist to have won the Tour de France and Olympic Gold in the same year. His larger-than-life personality is said to appeal to movie producers.
Wiggins' parents broke up when he was young. He took up cycling aged 12 but always had a difficult relationship with his father, Gary. They only ever met each other again just before the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. But they both quickly went opposite ways with Bradley disillusioned at his father's alcohol and drug problems. They never met again and Gary Wiggins died in 2008, aged 55, in mysterious circumstances in Australia.