It's pathetic. They have failed to answer many of the questions put to them about the mystery package and in doing so are destroying what's left of their credibility.
The key for me is this quote from the article-
What will require a more rapid response is the assertion by Sapstead that records show British Cycling's medical store held a significant amount of triamcinolone, with suggestions it was being used by more than one rider.
Widespread cheating or is British cycling riddled with riders suffering from asthma/ allergies who also need intramuscular injections of banned performance enhancing drug triamcinolone before and during major competition?
I still maintain that in part the anti doping agencies and governing bodies have brought this on themselves by sanctioning TUEs which open the door to cynical abuse by atheletes and coaches seeking an unfair competitive advantage whilst hiding behind common medical conditions.