A British parliamentary committee says Wiggins used a banned powerful corticosteroid to enhance his performance.
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Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins says he is the victim of a "malicious" attempt to smear his reputation, vehemently denying he has cheated during his glittering career which also features five Olympic gold medals.A damning report by lawmakers Monday said Wiggins and Team Sky had crossed an "ethical line" by using drugs to enhance performance and not just to treat medical need.Wiggins, 37, denied the team had ever crossed an ethical line by using the medication.He said he had only used triamcinolone on one occasion other than the three TUEs, which had already been made public, but the report said he may have taken it nine times in four years.Wiggins said he would try to repair his damaged legacy.
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