Reggie Perrin wrote: king of the slums wrote: CBIT wrote:
He's not been caught with his hand in the rave salt jar has he?
Looks like they've played the game and bent the rules a lot. The kicker seems to be that they've provided no medical evidence for his exemption (laptop stolen) and the doctor himself said he was too ill to speak to a select committee. The upshot is that MPs on the committee are calling them liars under parliamentary privilege.
Doesn't sound good although Wiggins is preparing a robust response apparently.
None of this is new. The use by Wiggins of Triamcinolone was revealed by the Fancy Bears some time ago. And so despite the fact that he once stated in his book he never took injections he was allowed to do so as a TUE
It was to clear his lifelong asthma which I believe was also omitted from his book.
The lifestyle of the jiffy bag delivered to the bearded mod changed a number of times when it was first revealed until the team remembered that they flew a harmless decongestant in said Jiffy bag to the south of France .
Its not been a good two years for Team Sky as UKAD was especially critical of their record keeping following their investigations and the team doctor refused to comment before Parliament and then lost a lap top.
This is before Froome's unusual Salbutamol levels which are twice an allowed level . Alessandro Petacchi has already failed to demonstrate that lower but still elevated levels of salbutamol can be achieved by simple inhalation apparently.
Then there are the testosterone patches mysteriously delivered to the Manchester headquarters of Team Sky/British Cycling. Team Sky insists that these were delievered in error and have asked for email confirmation.
The sad thing is that all denials now sound like Lance Armstrong's similar denials.
It's a good job they're British really!
Last edited by Mega Armageddon Chickens (Mon 05 Mar 2018 7:26 pm)