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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 recommendati...

Wiggins responds to critical report: 'I'd have more rights if I'd murdered someone'

Bradley Wiggins has broken his silence over the three TUEs he received and used for the potent corticosteroid triamcinolone, describing M...

Wiggins, Team Sky reject parliamentary report questioning their ethics

Hours after the publication of a report which has cast serious doubt over their ethics, both Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have expressed ...

Parliamentary Report condemns Sky, Wiggins for crossing "ethical line"

The reputations of Bradley Wiggins, Dave Brailsford and Team Sky have taken a serious knock after the parliamentary select committee look...

Wiggins case: Sutton suggests getting TUEs was a legitimate competitive tactic

Former British Cycling and Team Sky head coach Shane Sutton has added fuel to the flames relating to Bradley Wiggins’ controversial use o...

Wiggins speaks of 'witch hunt', says he is assessing legal options

Following this morning’s statement by UK Anti Doping that it has not been able to prove or disprove that a package delivered to Team Sky ...

Citing ‘serious concern’ over lack of medical records, UKAD ends Team Sky investigation

Saying that its investigation was ‘hampered by a lack of accurate medical records,’ something it says was a ‘serious concern,’ UK Anti Do...

Lappartient plans to ban use of corticoids from early 2019

New UCI president David Lappartient has said that he has set a start date of the beginning of the 2019 season as the point from which he ...

Interview: Michael Rasmussen talks TUEs, marginal gains, and the outer edge of potential

This article was originally published exclusively to VeloClub Insiders. For more information on how to gain access to exclusive content, ...

Former colleague defends Wiggins doctor Freeman: ‘I feel like he’s been strung up’

Former Team Sky and current British Cycling doctor Richard Freeman has been in the news for several months, having been the physician lin...

Brailsford and other witnesses may be called to give further evidence in Sky package inquiry

Dave Brailsford, Shane Sutton and two senior British Cycling officials may have already given evidence this week to British parliament, b...

Abu Dhabi Tour organisers insist that Wiggins’ withdrawal from race is unexpected

Following media reports that Bradley Wiggins will now not ride next week’s Abu Dhabi Tour, the event that was scheduled to be his final e...

Tiernan-Locke says British team ‘freely offered’ Tramadol around at 2012 worlds

Speaking in the course of a BBC interview into the Team Sky TUE controversy, former professional rider Jonathan Tiernan-Locke has claimed...

Wiggins insists his corticosteroid usage was very different to Millar and others

Finally responding to questions raised 11 days ago by the leak of medical information by Russian hackers, Bradley Wiggins has sought to p...

TUE controversy: Wiggins defends previous claims that he never received injections

Seeking to explain the contradiction between a 2012 claim that he hadn’t used needles in cycling and this week’s leaked Therapeutic Use E...