Dr Richard Freeman admits losing rider blood data from a third computer

Alex Balinger reports:

Dr Richard Freeman has admitted losing rider blood data from a third laptop, this time after the UCI requested information about riders from the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France in 2011.

Freeman is currently facing a medical tribunal, which is assessing his fitness to practice medicine after allegations he ordered testosterone with the intention of giving it to athletes.

On Wednesday (October 16), Freeman was presented with an email he had sent to the UCI in 2011 in which he said he had lost a hard drive, The Guardian reports.

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