Testosterone order to British Cycling could have been intentional

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Joe Robinson 2 Mar 2018 The Daily Mail reports that evidence from GMC investigation suggests banned drug was ordered by Dr Freeman The box of testosterone patches that was delivered to the Team Sky and British Cycling headquarters in 2011 could have been intentional, according to reports in the Daily Mail . It is reported that the General Medical Council independent investigation into British Cycling could have evidence to suggest that the testosterone patches were ordered purposefully by Dr Richard Freeman with a subsequent attempt at a cover-up taking place. It is later suggested that Freeman and British Cycling contacted the supplier of the testosterone patches, Fit 4 Sport Ltd, asking for them to send an email detailing that the package had been sent in error. See related Chris Froome dealt blow by UKAD data UKAD closes Wiggins jiffy bag investigation Into the detail: Looking deeper into the Froome salbutamol ...

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