Ever since Bradley Wiggins was picked to represent Britain in the competition or tour deFrance, I had keenly followed the news and I must say I was quite impressed and somehow knew that he would win. The news commentators also noted that there was a high possibility towards the end that all that hardwork, focus and energy would pay off.
So when he finally won and I was happy. Gosh, it must feel so great to be a winner in such a race watched by millions of people in the whole world and not just a winner but to become the very FIRST british winner to win the race.
He led with three minutes and twenty – one seconds in the the cycling race. That’s something!
I mean if I were the first Nigerian winner in any competition or even if it is not a competition but just an achievement, I would be so so so glad and feel like my joy would reach way way into the clouds.
I do wish and pray some day I could be a ‘first’ and a real good achiever too.