Team Sky Doctors have been found guilty of purchasing a cyclist’s testosterone

It’s a very long process of more than two years and is behind the decision that came on Friday, which has been reported by others Watchman.

The doctor, who worked between 2009 and 2017 at Sky Team at the time, now the Ineos Grenadiers and the British Cycling Association, denied himself that the testosterone-containing gel he ordered in June 2011 for the Federation headquarters at Manchester Racecourse. It was intended for an athlete.

But the head of the medical committee Neil Dalton says in the verdict: “You, Dr. Freeman, made the request, and got the test gel, with the knowledge or belief that it would be given to the athlete to improve his athletic performance.”

Freeman pleaded guilty to 18 of the 22 charges against him, other than that he bought testosterone, lied to the British Anti-Doping Agency, provided inappropriate treatment to employees and did not have proper documents for his work.

He himself says he was bullied for getting testosterone for a trainer to fix his erectile dysfunction.

The Richard Freeman Trial The board will continue and decide, among other things, whether he can keep his medical license.

Britain’s Sky and cycling team have had enormous success over the past decade, including the 2012 Bradley Wiggins winning Britain’s first victory in the Tour de France. Since then, the team has won the Tour de France six more times. The United Kingdom has also won several Olympic medals on both road and track.

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