Report: British Cycling testosterone shipment may not have been an accident

Supported by The box of testosterone patches that landed at British Cycling headquarters seven years ago may not have been ordered in error, according to a new report in the Daily Mail. The report suggests that Britain’s General Medical Council (GMC), which has been investigating British Cycling, may have found evidence that the testosterone was ordered purposefully … The post Report: British Cycling testosterone shipment may not have been an accident appeared first on CyclingTips .

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