Wiggins, Team Sky reject parliamentary report questioning their ethics

Supported by Hours after the publication of a report which has cast serious doubt over their ethics, both Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have expressed criticism of the findings. The report, compiled by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee at the British parliament was released at midnight UK time and said that it believed Wiggins and … The post Wiggins, Team Sky reject parliamentary report questioning their ethics appeared first on CyclingTips .

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