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Russia's ban for state-sponsored doping extended again by IAAF

MailOnline Friday, 2 December 2016
Russia's ban for state-sponsored doping extended again by IAAFRussia's ban from global athletics will continue until at least February. The country has been banned from competition by the sport's world governing body since November 2015.
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News video: More than 1000 Russian athletes benefited from state-sponsored doping - report

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More than 1000 Russian athletes, including Olympic medalists, are implicated in the McLaren report on Russian state-sponsored doping. The report commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) says that athletes competing in summer, winter, and paralympic sports were either involved directly,...

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