Sir Bradley Wiggins said his life was "a living hell" during an investigation into allegations of wrongdoing at British Cycling and Team Sky.
On Wednesday, UK Anti-Doping said there would be no charges over a 'mystery' medical package delivered for Wiggins at the Criterium du Dauphine in 2011.
Wiggins, 37, said the investigation "felt nothing less than a witch hunt".
He added: "Being accused of any doping indiscretion is the worst possible thing for any professional sportsman."
Wiggins won five Olympic gold medals and the 2012 Tour de France before retiring from cycling in December 2016.
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