Injection given to Sir Mo Farah must be investigated by General Medical Council, says parliamentary inquiry

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An injection given to Sir Mo Farah by the England football team doctor should be investigated by the General Medical Council, the parliamentary inquiry into doping in sport has ruled.

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Injection given to Sir Mo Farah must be investigated by General Medical Council, says parliamentary inquiry 5 Mar 2018, 12:01am Hunt orders review of medical …

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England football team doctor Robin Chakraverty should be investigated by the General Medical Council for failing to record details of a controversial supplement he gave Mo Farah to ‘help

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Injection given to Sir Mo Farah must be investigated by General Medical Council, says parliamentary inquiry An injection given to Sir Mo Farah by the England football team doctor should be investigated by the General Medical Council, the parliamentary inquiry into doping in sport has ruled.

Doctor questioned by MPs over Sir Mo Farah injections

Sir Mo, the Olympic 5,000 and 10,000 metres champion at London 2012 and Rio 2016, received an injection of L-carnitine before racing in the 2014 London Marathon.

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The General Medical Council should investigate England football doctor Robin Chakraverty over his failure to record the dosage of an injection he gave Mo Farah before the 2014 London Marathon.

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With all the focus on Sir Bradley, much less attention was paid by the nationals and the BBC to the report’s citing of an injection given to Sir Mo Farah, which the report says must now be

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Mo Farah: Doctor who gave controversial supplement

The infusion of the legal supplement L-carnitine, given to Farah before the 2014 London Marathon, is being looked at by the US Anti-Doping Agency (Usada) to determine whether rules were broken.

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The General Medical Council should investigate England football doctor Robin Chakraverty over his failure to record the dosage of an injection he gave Mo Farah before the 2014 London Marathon. Just as extraordinary is a reference to ‘confidential material from a well-placed and respected source’ about ‘Bradley Wiggins and a smaller group

Sir Mo Farah insists drug testers never tipped him off

Saturday May 19, 2018 By Riath Al-Samarrai Sir Mo Farah insisted on Friday that he has never experienced any of the shady drug- testing practices exposed by the Asbel Kiprop saga.

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Sir Mo Farah, the British distance runner, joined the project in 2011. Dr John Rogers, who was formerly Medical Officer at UK Athletics, gave evidence to the Committee, and described his two-week visit to a British Athletics training camp in France, organised by the NOP.