Questions raised over whether testosterone was ordered at Team Sky and British Cycling HQ

Team Sky's Dave Brailsford

A report in the Daily Mail suggests that the banned substance testosterone may have been ordered to British Cycling and Team Sky offices in Manchester in 2011. Matt Lawton from the Mail has reported that the General Medical Council’s ongoing investigation into former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman has revealed evidence that testosterone patches were ordered and that a request was then made to the medical supplier asking for an email to be sent to Freeman saying the package had been sent in error. The damning news comes almost a year after British Cycling claimed that the substance was only sent to them in error by their medical supplier . There is currently no evidence that the drug, banned under the WADA code, was supplied to or used by riders at British Cycling or Team Sky. On Friday, a spokesperson for Team Sky told Cyclingnews : "Whilst ...

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