General view during Russia training. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
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Host nation Russia's World Cup squad was declared free of doping by FIFA Tuesday after the global football body followed up on the McLaren report, which uncovered widespread cheating across more than 30 sports in the country.However, FIFA said in a statement that investigations into several players unrelated to the World Cup were continuing.WADA had agreed with its findings, FIFA said.It said that samples taken by FIFA of all players mentioned in the McLaren reports and high-level players were re-analysed and all results were negative.
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