Vincenzo Nibali defends Sir Bradley Wiggins over use of banned drug: 'He gave his explanation so I have to trust his word'



Sir Bradley Wiggins has an unlikely ally in great rival Vincenzo Nibali who has come out in defence of the Briton over his controversial use of a banned drug.
Nibali, the 2014 Tour De France winner, claimed that without specialist medical knowledge, nobody could say whether Wiggins’s use of the banned anti-inflammatory drug triamcinolone was appropriate.
Wiggins received three therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) to allow him to inject the substance which has a history of abuse in cycling.
He used it on the eve of his 2012 Tour de France victory, the 2011 edition of the race and the 2013 Giro... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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