Ex-Team Sky Coach Sutton Storms Out Of Doping Probe Medical Tribunal

Supported by London, Nov 12, 2019 (AFP) – The ex-head coach of British Cycling and Team Sky Shane Sutton reacted with fury at a medical tribunal in Manchester on Tuesday after being forced to defend himself against accusations of bullying, doping and lying. Representing accused ex-Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman in a fitness to practice hearing, Mary … The post Ex-Team Sky coach Sutton storms out of doping probe medical tribunal appeared first on CyclingTips .

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