David Millar calls for Bradley Wiggins's TUE medication to be banned

David Millar explains his experience with the triamcinolone drug that was prescribed to Bradley Wiggins, describing it as "powerful" and "destructive"

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David Millar is calling on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to completely ban the corticosteroid used by Sir Bradley Wiggins during his time with Team Sky, calling the drug "powerful" and "destructive".

In a data leak last week it was revealed that Wiggins received six therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) during his career, three for triamcinolone, which was used to treat a pollen allergy.

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