MANCHESTER—A British Cycling and Team Sky doctor accused of ordering sachets of testosterone has continued to deny that it was for an athlete and once again branded such claims “offensive”.
Dr Richard Freeman admits bringing the package of Testogel to the Velodrome in Manchester in May 2011 but claims it was for coach Shane Sutton who bullied him into obtaining it for his erectile dysfunction.
When Mr Sutton appeared at the tribunal, he denied any knowledge of the product being ordered, said he had no problem with erectile dysfunction and branded Dr Freeman a liar.
The case continued at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service yesterday where Dr Freeman claimed testosterone levels were not an important measurement in athlete’s performance.
But British Cycling and Team Sky have now produced a 111 page bundle of results from riders to assist the case against him.
Representing the General Medical Council, Simon