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(Reuters) - Ineos Grenadiers chief Dave Brailsford has said his health issues could prompt him to step down as team principal after being treated for cancer and a heart problem in the last two years.
BREST, France (Reuters) - Geraint Thomas says he expects a chaotic opening week of the Tour de France through the Brittany countryside and believes Ineos Grenadiers could benefit from having so many riders capable of challenging for general classification.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ineos Grenadiers chief Dave Brailsford promised an aggressive strategy at the Tour de France after the British team named its line-up for the race on Friday.
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(Reuters) - Jim Ratcliffe, the co-owner of British cycling team Ineos Grenadiers, said general manager Dave Brailsford has his "full support" in the wake of former team doctor Richard Freeman's medical tribunal scandal.
(Reuters) - Richard Freeman, the former chief doctor for Team Sky and British Cycling, has been permanently struck off the medical register, a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service ruled on Friday.
(Reuters) - Richard Freeman, the former chief doctor for Team Sky and British Cycling, is unfit to practise due to misconduct, a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) ruled on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Bradley Wiggins has called for a fresh investigation after a medical tribunal found former British Cycling and Team Sky chief doctor Richard Freeman guilty of ordering testosterone in 2011.
(Reuters) - Former British Cycling and Team Sky chief doctor Richard Freeman said he is not "a doping doctor" after a medical tribunal found him guilty of ordering banned testosterone in 2011.
LONDON (Reuters) - British professional cycling team Ineos Grenadiers said none of its riders had sought to use the testosterone Testogel which a medical tribunal concluded on Friday had been ordered by a disgraced former chief team doctor.