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The tribunal resumes in Manchester on Wednesday and is set to determine whether Freeman can continue to work as a doctor as it considers sanctions.
In a statement read by his lawyers, sports physician Mark Schmidt said he had started to aid individuals in 2012 but refrained from disclosing specific names.
Tour de France 2020: Two people in custody as probe opened into suspected doping by Arkea-Samsic team
Reportedly, a search was conducted on riders from the Arkea-Samsic team, including Dayer Quintana, brother and teammate of Nairo Quintana, and members of the medical team.
Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman to admit he 'told a lot of lies' about ordering testosterone
Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman will tell a medical tribunal he "told a lot of lies" and ordered the banned substance testosterone. He will say the 30 Testogel sachets were not for an athlete, but were ordered for medical reasons for former British Cycling and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton, who has denied the claim.
Former British Cycling, Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman charged with ordering testosterone for an athlete
Freeman, who was at the centre of the 'jiffy bag saga' which rocked British Cycling, was charged following an investigation by the General Medical Council.
Jens Voigt talks to Firstpost about cycling through pain, the charm of the Tour de France and everything else about the life of a professional cyclist.
British cycling great Bradley Wiggins refutes doping allegations after lawmakers accuse him in drugs report
Russian computer hackers revealed three years ago that Wiggins had applied for therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs), which allowed riders to have injections of otherwise banned drugs.