Wiggins backs BOA view on Millar
- From the section Cycling
Triple Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins talks to BBC sports news correspondent Dan Roan about whether cyclist David Millar, who was banned for taking performance-enhancing drugs, should be allowed to take part in the London Olympics.
Recently, Sky and Great Britain team-mate Mark Cavendish suggested the Scot should be allowed to compete for Team GB at the Games despite the British Olympic Association's lifetime ban.
But Wiggins says it is "morally" right not to allow Millar to compete in London.