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No positive doping tests at World Cup in Russia, says FIFA

The Age Thursday, 12 July 2018 ()
No positive doping tests at World Cup in Russia, says FIFAFIFA has collected 2761 samples prior to the tournament and another 626 during it, including 108 collected on non-matchdays.
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