- Former Team Sky doctor says team never crossed the line
- Former colleague raised concerns over Sky medical protocols
Dr Richard Freeman told a medical tribunal he never gave injections to riders at the back of a team bus – a practice harking back to cycling’s troubled past – as he claimed Team Sky never crossed “the line”.
However, Freeman’s fit-to-practice tribunal heard that his former colleague, Dr David Hulse, had raised serious concerns over a change in Team Sky’s [now Ineos Grenadiers] medical protocols that allowed riders to have vitamin injections in their hotel rooms.
Written by Sean Ingle
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