Bradley Wiggins comes under fire from Team Sky cyclist Nicolas Roche over use of TUEs: 'Ethically it’s wrong' 

Sir Bradley Wiggins on Monday came under fire from another Team Sky cyclist, who described riders who seek permission to use banned drugs in competition as ‘ethically wrong’.
The pressure has been on Wiggins since Russian hackers revealed that he had applied for a therapeutic use exemption to use a controversial corticosteroid just before the 2012 Tour de France he won and two other major road races.
And Irishman Nicolas Roche, who is the son of 1987 triple crown winner Stephen and will leave Team Sky to join BMC Racing next season, takes a dim view of Wiggins’ use of triamcinolone, even if... read more

10 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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