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Kabaddi WC 2011 final between Ind-Pak fixed by organisers: US Team

The team from the US that was taking part in the World Kabaddi Cup being played in Punjab has opted out.

The US team players claimed that they believed it was a well thought-out plan to target their team in doping tests as the organisers were keen on an India-Pakistan final clash.

At a match in Hoshiarpur yesterday, the team had refused to give samples to NADA, alleging that anti-doping body officials were playing foul.

 

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