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by Mark Zalewski
January 10, 2017
In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: UK Anti-Doping chairman vows to find out contents of Wiggins’ medical package; Lieuwe Westra announces retirement; Alex Peters to step back from joining Team Sky; Étoile de Bessèges suffering from financial shortfall; Niels Albert: van Aert has plenty of time to left to win; Aqua Blue Sport to donate portion of prize money to Emerald Fund; Nys says no pressure on son following national championship; Possible 2018 UCI Road Worlds course leaked; Isle of Man picked to host 2017 British Road Championships; 2017 US National cyclocross championships highlights.
The outgoing chairman of UK Anti-Doping David Kenworth has said he and his organisation will not give up its investigation as to what was in the package flown out to Bradley Wiggins at the 2011 Criterium du Dauphiné.
“There’s still no definite answer from anyone who was involved,” he told the BBC. “I still don’t know what was in there; I’m no nearer finding out than you are.
“People could remember a package that was delivered to France, they can remember who asked for it, they can remember the route it took, who delivered it, the times it arrived. The select committee has got expense sheets and travel documents.
“So everybody can remember this from five years ago, but no one can remember what was in the package. That strikes me as being extraordinary. It is very disappointing.”
When asked about Dave Brailsford’s explanation that the package contained Fluimucil, Kenworth said, “Well that’s what Dave Brailsford came out with at the hearing. But actually, if you recall, he didn’t say: ‘I know that’s what it was’. He said: ‘I have been told that’s what it was’.”
Click through to read more at The Telegraph.