Former chief doctor for British Cycling and Team Sky found guilty of doping charges – BBC News

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The former Chief Doctor for British Cycling and Team Sky has been found guilty of ordering a banned performance-enhancing drug, “knowing or believing” it would be used to dope a rider.

The charges against Richard Freeman date backy to 2011, a year before the London Olympics. The British cycling team enjoyed huge success, during his time as the sport’s top medic.

He admitted 18 out of 22 charges, at a medical tribunal.

Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by sports editor, Dan Roan.

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