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UKAD chief executive Nicole Sapstead appeared before the British Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport select committee on Wednesday, updating on it investigation into doping in sport. During her testimony she said no paper records could confirm the contents of the mystery medical package delivered to Team Sky for Bradley Wiggins during the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné. Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford had previously testified that it contained the anti-mucus medicine Fluimucil.
Freeman, man at centre of UKAD investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in cycling, says too unwell to attend pic.twitter.com/89gQ1cR7gT
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“We cannot ascertain what was in the package,” Sapstead testified.
“Team Sky did have a policy of keeping records, just not everyone was adhering to it.
The package was sent from British Cycling to Dr. Richard Freeman. Sapstead said that Freeman had also told UKAD that it contained Fluimucil.
Dr. Freeman was scheduled to testify on Wednesday but he is apparently too unwell to attend.
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