UK anti-doping called for ban of drugs at centre of current storm that has engulfed Team Sky and British Cycling



The ethical position of Team Sky and British Cycling on the use of performance-enhancing drugs has come under more scrutiny after it emerged that UK anti-doping chiefs called for the two substances at the centre of the current crisis — triamcinolone and tramadol — to be banned.
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky have been accused of abusing the exemption system after receiving a certificate to inject the five-times Olympic champion with triamcinolone before his win in the 2012 Tour de France — and before two other major races.
Even a Team Sky rider, Nicolas Roche, said earlier this week that... read more

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