Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘I’d have more rights as a murderer’

The British Tour de France winner says the TUE controversy descended into a ‘trial by media'

Sir Bradley Wiggins says cycling will be worse off without Team Sky (Photo by Kate McShane/Getty Images)

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Sir Bradley Wiggins said he would ‘have more rights as a murderer’ over the TUE controversy that surrounded the first ever British Tour de France winner.

Wiggins, who won the Tour in 2012 with Team Sky, has spoken of the impact on his family after a leak revealed details of his legal use of a corticosteroid.

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