Timeline: Richard Freeman's medical tribunal

Dr. Richard Freeman ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics
Dr. Richard Freeman ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics (Image credit: Getty Images)

The tribunal assessing former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman's fitness to practise medicine is in full swing. Centred around the allegation that Freeman ordered testosterone - which is banned in and out of competition - in 2011 'knowing or believing' it could be used to dope a rider, the process so far has been nothing if not dramatic. 

With fresh revelations on an almost daily basis, it's easy to lose track of it all, so we've compiled this timeline that charts the affair from its very beginnings to the latest from Manchester. 

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