Britain’s anti-doping company says it will not convey any fees over the medical package deal dispatched to star Workforce Sky rider Bradley Wiggins after the investigation was hampered by the shortage of correct data held by biking authorities.
Particulars of the package deal hand delivered from England to the 2011 Dauphine Libere race in France by a British Biking worker solely emerged within the Day by day Mail newspaper final yr.
It took months for Group Sky to reveal the contents of the package deal, ultimately telling a parliamentary listening to in London it contained a authorized decongestant.
U.Okay. Anti-Doping was investigating whether or not the product was in reality a banned corticosteroid. Now UKAD says the “lack of contemporaneous proof” meant it was “unable to definitively affirm the contents.”