Banned testosterone patches reportedly ordered on purpose by former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor

General Medical Council obtain evidence that banned patches were intentionally delivered to British Cycling and Team Sky HQ

Dr Richard Freeman is under investigation by the General Medical Council

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Testosterone patches which turned up at British Cycling and Team Sky headquarters in 2011 may have been ordered intentionally, according to reports.

As reported by the Daily Mail, an investigation into former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Dr Richard Freeman by the General Medical Council (GMC) has uncovered evidence that the testosterone was ordered for delivery to the National Cycling Centre in Manchester in 2011, and not delivered as a result of an "administrative error", as has been previously claimed.

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