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Dr Richard Freeman 'bullied by Shane Sutton to order testosterone' hearing told
(November 08 23:00) BBC.com
Ex-British Cycling medic Dr Richard Freeman tells a tribunal he was "bullied into" ordering testosterone by the organisation's former technical director.
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Somerset docked 24 points for 'poor' pitch
Somerset are docked 24 points after being found guilty of preparing a "poor" pitch for their Championship match against Essex.
Messi scores last-minute Argentina equaliser against Uruguay
Lionel Messi scores an injury-time penalty as Argentina rescue a draw in their friendly with South American rivals Uruguay.
Amateur MMA boxer Sai Aletaha dies after Southampton match injury
Sai Aletaha, 26, suffered a brain injury during a Fast and Furious Series event in Southampton.
Candidates pledge 'civilised campaign' in Batley and Spen
Candidates in the constituency where MP Jo Cox was murdered pledge to run a civilised campaign.
Irish fall short of automatic qualification despite late equaliser v Denmark
The Republic of Ireland fall agonisingly short of automatic qualification for Euro 2020 after drawing with Denmark at a raucous Aviva Stadium.
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