British Cycling investigates ‘helper’ who allegedly administered drugs in US

• Angus Fraser attended London Six Day event in 2015 as a soigneur
• ‘We are working to establish the facts,’ says British Cycling

British Cycling has launched an investigation after it emerged that a soigneur who allegedly injected American teenagers with steroids without their knowledge was working around young British riders as recently as 2016.

Angus Fraser was named in a deposition in a case settled out of court in the United States in which he was alleged to have administered performance-enhancing drugs to former US junior cyclists in 1990 without their knowledge or consent. The Scotsman was also said to have injected riders on the British team ANC-Halfords with unknown substances in the 1980s.

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