- Allegations were ‘to make excuses’, says Peters
- ‘I have never doped a rider,’ Freeman tells tribunal
Dr Richard Freeman’s medical tribunal took another twist on Monday when he was accused of lying and making excuses by professor Steve Peters, under whom he worked at British Cycling.
Freeman, who is facing allegations that he ordered testosterone to dope an unnamed cyclist, had claimed at the weekend that Peters had instructed him to treat non-riders free of charge out of British Cycling supplies – saying it was the norm at the time.
Written by Sean Ingle
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