Team Sky pleased with result of UK Anti-Doping investigation
Nov 15 2017 12:37 pm CET

Team Sky pleased with result of UK Anti-Doping investigation
Team Sky pleased with result of UK Anti-Doping investigation
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British WorldTour formation Team Sky says that it is pleased with the announcement of UK Anti-Doping that its investigation into the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine won't have consequences.

The British organisation investigated the case of the infamous package, received by the doctor of Bradley Wiggins during the 2011 edition of the French race.

UK Anti-Doping now confirmed that it sees no reason to convert its research into accusations. This news was, understandably, well received by Team Sky.

"UK Anti-Doping has today confirmed that it does not intend to bring forward any anti-doping charges in relation to its investigation into issues around the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine. This investigation has now been brought to a close," the team wrote in a statement.

"We are pleased that UK Anti-Doping have concluded their investigation and that they will not be taking any further action.

"We have always maintained that there was no wrongdoing and we have co-operated fully with UK Anti-Doping over the last year.

"Since our inception as a new pro cycling team in 2010 we have continually strengthened our systems and processes so they best support our strong commitment to anti-doping."
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