To the Editor:
Bradley Wiggins and Cadel Evans were vying for the top spot in the Tour de France. One day of competition, tacks were thrown onto the road, causing distress to several riders, one of whom was Evans.
Wiggins, head of the peloton (the group behind the leaders), instead of taking advantage of the situation, motioned for the peloton to slow down and allow the leaders to have the time to fix their bikes. When asked later why he had done this, Wiggins said that it was the right thing to do.
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