Bradley Wiggins liquidates two cycling companies with £1m plus debts

Bradley Wiggins on duty for Eurosport at the 2019 Tour de France
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Bradley Wiggins has placed two of his companies into liquidation, with debts of more than one million pounds, after the closure of the Team Wiggins Continental squad.

According to a detailed report by Cycling Weekly and business information published online by the United Kingdom’s registrar of companies, Wiggins Rights Ltd - set up to "exploit Wiggins’s name and image rights" - has entered liquidation with debts of more than £650,000. 

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