Ex-Team Sky And British Cycling Doctor Charged With Ordering Testosterone For Athlete

Ex-Team Sky and British Cycling doctor charged with ordering testosterone for athlete

Joe Robinson 15 Jan 2019 Tribunal will hear claims that Freeman lied about order of 30 sachets of Testogel The General Medical Council has charged former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor Richard Freeman for ordering testosterone to enhance the performance of an athlete. Freeman will now face these charges at a tribunal beginning on 5th February. Freeman is accused of lying in regards to an order of 30 sachets of Testogel that was ordered to the National Cycling Centre in Manchester in May 2011. The doctor, who was also at the centre of the Jiffy Bag scandal, claimed that the delivery of testosterone from Fit4Sport Limited was an error. He is now under investigation for attempting to 'conceal his motive'. In a statement released by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service , it states that Freeman will face an inquiry into 'untrue statements in that he stated that Testogel had ...

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