Team Sky 'crossed the ethical line' says select committee in anti-doping report

Team Sky 'crossed the ethical line' says select committee in anti-doping report

Joe Robinson 5 Mar 2018 Report could act as final blow for Team Sky suggesting Wiggins took performance-enhancing drugs to win Tour de France The much awaited government report into 'doping in sport' has suggested that Team Sky and Sie Bradley Wiggins abused Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) for performance enhancing drugs to win the 2012 Tour de France . The report that comes from the department of culture, media and sport select committee will be the biggest blow yet for Team Sky, Bradley Wiggins and British Cycling as it also suggests that the team misapplied the TUE system in order for Wiggins to take corticosteroids in the lead up to his Tour victory. It also contradicts the argument that these powerful drugs were acquired with the sole purpose of treating a medical condition of the now-retired rider. The report reads, ' From the evidence that has been received by the ...

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