Just saw a brief part of the interview of Bradley Wiggins with Andrew Marr this morning, he looked shaky and uncomfortable.
Bradley Wiggins has managed to further muddy the waters in his first interview since hackers revealed he had been allowed to use a banned drug during competition.
The first Briton to win the Tour de France has been under immense pressure to speak after the Russian hackers revealed he had three Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) for injections of a powerful corticosteroid, triamcinolone, before his last two Tours and the Giro dItalia in 2013.
Bradley Wiggins insists he's clean over Tour drug injections... but BBC interview muddies the waters as one rival says the situation 'stinks' | Daily Mail OnlineHowever, his explanation in a televised interview to be broadcast on Sunday morning seems alarmingly inconsistent with his account of the build-up to his 2012 Tour triumph in his autobiography. And on Saturday, Tom Dumoulin, who was beaten to the world time trial title by Wiggins in 2014, broke ranks to say the situation around the British rider stinks.