UK Anti-Doping chief blasts British Cycling, Team Sky, and doctor Richard Freeman for not keeping medical records of Bradley Wiggins's TUE.
The Sky boss hints at potentially stepping down from his role at the British squad, pending the outcome of the UKAD probe.
Dave Brailsford says that UK Anti-Doping should not be speaking publicly about an ongoing investigation into Team Sky's TUE controversy.
The head of UK Anti-Doping has criticised Team Sky over inability to prove what was in a package delivered to team doctor during 2011 race.
Following his retirement from pro cycling, Bradley Wiggins announces he will go on a British reality TV show about ski jumping.
British Cycling is still to provide proof a package delivered to Bradley Wiggins in 2011 contained only a legal decongestant.
The Briton bows out of the sport with a Tour de France win, five Olympic gold medals, and eight world titles.
Shane Sutton spoke with British officials Monday about the delivery Wiggins received at the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné.
British Sports minister Tracey Crouch says Sky's Dave Brailsford faces "important questions" about a package currently under investigation.
A British media report claims Sky will not be slapped with citations or sanctions stemming from the 2011 incident.