Ukad: Jiffy Bag Investigation Remains Closed Following Select Committee Report

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UK Anti-Doping has welcomed the publication of the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee's report on 'Combating Doping in Sport ' but said that it has not re-opened its inquiry into the contents of the Jiffy bag delivered to Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman and then Bradley Wiggins at the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné. "In November 2017 we announced that our investigation into the package, sometimes referred to as the "Jiffy Bag", had concluded with no anti-doping rule violations issued as a result. As with all investigations, UKAD may revisit matters if new material and information were to come to light but we are no longer actively following any lines of enquiry in relation to this matter," UKAD chief executive Nicole Sapstead said in a statement on Monday morning. Team Sky's failure to provide medical records to prove Dave Brailsford's claim that the Jiffy bag contained the ...

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