Team Sky/Wiggins case could bring welcome – and powerful – changes to UK law

Buried in last week’s scathing report into Bradley Wiggins’s use of triamcinolone and the so-called ‘jiffy bag affair’ was a recommendation that could have a broad-reaching effect on UK Sport and, in theory, potentially act as a catalyst for change elsewhere: Criminalise the supply of banned substances to athletes. The World Anti Doping Agency has … The post Team Sky/Wiggins case could bring welcome – and powerful – changes to UK law appeared first on CyclingTips .

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