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WADA ban casts doubt over Russia Rugby World Cup bid

The Age Thursday, 30 July 2020
Russia has declared it will prepare a case to bid for the 2027 Rugby World Cup but its WADA ban could end their dream before it begins.
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Russia is preparing an application to host the 2027 World Cup and President Vladimir Putin is backing the bid.

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