Dr Richard Freeman Testosterone Tribunal Adjourned Without Public Hearing

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Peter Stuart 5 Mar 2019 Ex-Team Sky and British Cycling doctor’s MPTS trial has been adjourned after four weeks of private hearings The long anticipated tribunal of former Team Sky and British Cycling team doctor Dr Richard Freeman has been adjourned after four weeks of private legal arguments, meaning that the public remain unaware of any evidence behind the allegations surrounding Dr Freeman’s alleged use of testosterone on athletes . The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) announced today, Tuesday, that the tribunal had been adjourned, with a new tribunal set to consider the case at a future date, as yet unspecified. The tribunal had been set to commence on 6th February, but it was delayed while a preliminary legal argument was heard in private. The nature of this preliminary legal argument is not known, but it became clear that an adjournment may be likely as the scheduled four weeks for ...

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