Wiggins won the 2012 Tour de France.
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Team Sky crossed an "ethical line" by using permitted medication to enhance the performance of Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins, said a British parliamentary committee report published Monday.It was unable to say for sure what was in a mysterious package delivered to Wiggins at the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine race but found no "reliable evidence" to support Sky's assertion that it was a legal decongestant.The report also strongly criticized world athletics head Sebastian Coe for providing "misleading" answers to questions in a 2015 hearing about what he knew about doping in Russian athletics before he took office.The committee also called for legislation to be introduced to criminalize the supply of drugs to athletes with the intent to enhance performance.
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