Team Sky boss David Brailsford has said his handling of allegations of wrongdoings within British Cycling amid an anti-doping investigation was "stupid".
The anti-doping agency (UKAD) has not shared details of its probe but local media claimed it concerned Team Sky and former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins and the alleged delivery of a medical package to team Sky in June 2011 after the Dauphine Libere race and ahead of that year's Tour.
"I'm not proud of the way I handled this. I relayed the information before I had the full facts. With hindsight, that was stupid, I've made it a damn sight worse than it needed to be," Brailsford told British media.
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