Ukad criticises British Cycling for ‘hindering’ Jiffy bag investigation

• Investigation into package may have been ‘potentially compromised’
• Letter from Ukad to British Cycling lays bare a catalogue of failings

The investigation into a mystery Jiffy bag delivered to Bradley Wiggins was “hindered” and may have been “potentially compromised” by British Cycling’s failure to report the doping allegations sooner, according to the UK Anti-Doping Agency.

A damning letter sent from Ukad to British Cycling lays bare a catalogue of failings within the governing body which resulted in an inability to investigate properly what the contents were of the package delivered to Wiggins at the Critérium du Dauphiné in 2011.

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