Sir Bradley Wiggins speeding through Surrey on the way to a gold medal his throne at Hampton Court Palace at the 2012 Olympics is one of the nation’s favourite sporting memories.

The TeamGB cyclist’s golden moment - who was cheered on by crowds lining the streets in Kingston, Cobham, Esher, Twickenham and the palace – was ranked fourth in a poll of the nation’s all-time fondest fast sporting memories.

With the Olympics and football’s Euro 2016 just months away and the start of rugby’s Six Nations imminent, the poll was carried out by Argos Fast Track.

Watch the video above to see Olympic silver medallist and former world champion sprinter Iwan Thomas talking about the list. And, inevitably, a plug for Argos.

Here is what is what else made the top 5:

  • Mo Farah winning gold in the 10,000m on Super Saturday at the London 2012 Olympics Games (20%)
  • Jess Ennis storming to victory in the 800 metres to win Gold for GB at London 2012 Olympic Games (18.1%)
  • Usain Bolt winning the 100m Gold at the London 2012 Olympic Games (17.8%)
  • Bradley Wiggins winning the time trial gold at London 2012 just weeks after winning the Tour de France
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan's fastest maximum break in 5 mins 20 secs