Although it's a rest day on the Tour de France today, it looks like (whisper it) Bradley Wiggins is going to win. That's right. A British cyclist. Winning.
Dubbed 'Le Gentleman' by the French press after his handling of Sunday's sabotage, where carpet tacks were strewn on the course (rumoured to be put there by a group of militant bald Frenchmen, enraged at the sight of Wiggins' overly-luxurient Noddy Holder side-burns), defending champion Cadel Evans was marooned at the side of the road for what seemed like an age, 29 others got punctures and Robert Kiserlovski crashed and broke his collarbone. Wiggins, taking his yellow jersey responsibilities seriously, slowed the pelaton to allow the mayhem to get sorted out so that there were no unfair advantages.
Lets hope that Team Sky work together to let Manx missile Mark Cavenish have his moment of glory on the Champs Elysees. Cav has been reduced to tea-boy so far in protecting Wiggins.
But barring the unexpected - and the Tour is full of the unexpected - it looks like Bradley Wiggins will be the winner at the weekend.
Golden age of British cycling? That's now!