Wiggins, the first Briton to win the Tour de France, has said he is the victim of a “malicious” smear attempt.
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Bradley Wiggins' former coach has urged the five-time Olympic champion and former Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman to explain their use of therapeutic use exemptions for banned medication.Triamcinolone, used to treat asthma, is an anti-inflammatory steroid that can also help cyclists shed weight without losing power.Sutton also described as "laughable" claims he had bullied Freeman over the use of TUEs.Wiggins, the first Briton to win the Tour de France, in 2012, has said he is the victim of a "malicious" attempt to smear his reputation, denying the team crossed an ethical line by using the medication.Team Sky's current lead racer Chris Froome backed Brailsford and dismissed claims he was among those treated with corticosteroids in the past.
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