Bradley Wiggins has been deeply hurt by the allegations made against him
Team Sky were hauled before a committee of MPs to discuss a number of TUEs, under which athletes may use otherwise banned substances to treat genuine medical conditions.
Much of the questioning came around a jiffy bag delivered to Wiggins by hand just after he had won the Criterium du Dauphine.
However, it is still not clear what the mystery package contained and Wiggins, who used a TUE to deal with his asthma, has been hurt by the accusations that he played by anything but the rules.
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"It's the worst thing to be accused of as a man of my integrity given what I believe and what I've done to get to where I am today," Wiggins said while appear on Sky Sports' Soccer AM.
"But fortunately there is an investigation under way and I can't say too much but that will run its course.
"Eventually I will get my say and there is a lot to say.
Dave Brailsford admitted that Team Sky had made some mistakes
"It's going to shock a few people."
Wiggins won the Tour de France in 2012 and has eight Olympic medals to his name and some of his success has been attributed to Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford.
Best known for his "marginal gains" ethos, Brailsford was knighted in the 2013 New Year's Honours list but admitted recently that some of the team's practices had not been ideal.
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"Can people believe in Team Sky? 100%," Brailsford told the BBC.
"It is regrettable," added Brailsford.
"But equally the test of time is the key thing, and over time we will continue to perform at the highest level, continue to do it the right way, continue to give people a reason to get behind us and feel proud of our achievements.
"The judgement of what happened in the past will be made in the appropriate time, but for me we have done it the right way, and we'll continue to do it the right way.
"I'm proud in what I've done, I've been doing this a long time, and I've been doing it for 20 years.
"I'm very much focused on the season ahead."