UKAD slammed British Cycling over 'chaotic' medical procedures

Although it declined to file any anti-doping rule violations for Team Sky or Bradley Wiggins over the so-called 'jiffy bag', last year, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) issued a scathing laundry list of deficiencies to British Cycling over its medical procedures, and said delays by British Cycling (BC) to notify them of the case at all "could have potentially compromised our investigation with possible loss of evidence".

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