Freeman, Ex-Sky Doctor To Admit He ‘Told A Lot Of Lies’

Supported by Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman will tell a medical tribunal he “told a lot of lies” and ordered the banned substance testosterone. Freeman was charged with ordering testosterone in 2011 to boost the performance of an unnamed rider. He will say the 30 Testogel sachets were not for an athlete, but … The post Freeman, Ex-Sky doctor to admit he ‘told a lot of lies’ appeared first on CyclingTips .

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