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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...

An interview with Paul Kimmage: Team Sky’s charade has been exposed

Seven years ago, Irish journalist Paul Kimmage was offered the opportunity to be embedded with Team Sky. It was the first year of the Bri...

No proof provided to support British Cycling, Team Sky accounts of Wiggins' mystery package

British Members of Parliament seeking to uncover the full truth over a mystery package delivered to Bradley Wiggins in June 2011 have enc...

Brailsford finally discloses nature of 2011 Sky mystery package for Wiggins, yet questions linger

Ten and a half weeks after it emerged that a British Cycling employee brought a package to Team Sky’s doctor at the 2011 Critérium du Dau...

Team Novo Nordisk CEO Southerland calls for more nuanced debate on TUEs

Responding to the debate on Therapeutic Use Exemptions in general and Marcel Kittel’s remarks in particular, Team Novo Nordisk CEO Phil S...

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...

WADA’s TUE Expert Group backs current system, wants regular audit of process

Speaking in the wake of the Fancy Bears’ hack of athlete data and the related leak of Therepuetic Use Exemption (TUE) data into the publi...

Calls made for WADA to examine Wiggins TUE corticosteroid controversy

First Bradley Wiggins and then Dave Brailsford broke long silences in recent days, insisting that they did nothing wrong. The duo were sp...

Team Sky TUE controversy: Why one medical expert has real concerns

In recent days one of the biggest news topics has been the leak by Russian hackers of medical data relating to Team Sky riders Bradley Wi...

Jaksche on Sky’s TUE controversy: ‘We used the same excuse in my era.’

Commenting on the Team Sky TUE controversy, former professional Joerg Jaksche has said that injections of Triamcinolone acetonide were a ...

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...

Froome, Wiggins among athletes with TUE approvals published by Russian hackers

For the second time in two days, the Russian hacker group Tsar Team, also known as “Fancy Bear” has published private medical records fro...

UCI reacts to TUE criticism in Froome case, promises changes

The UCI has undertaken to change the way therepeutic use exemptions (TUEs) are handled in the sport, with the governing body telling Cycl...

French newspaper claims UCI hasn’t followed WADA’s rules over TUE approval

Following on from its claims last week that the UCI may have broken its own rules over the approval of the use of a corticosteroid by Chr...

WADA says UCI followed rules over Froome corticosteroid TUE

The World Anti Doping Agency has said that it doesn’t have an issue with the UCI’s decision to grant Chris Froome a therapeutic use exemp...