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Russian race walker Anisya Kirdyapkina loses 2011, 2013 World Championships silvers for doping; banned for three years
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Russian race walker Anisya Kirdyapkina loses 2011, 2013 World Championships silvers for doping; banned for three years

Kirdyapkina was the only athlete from Russia's nine-person Olympic walk team in 2012 never to have served a ban despite multiple investigations into organised doping involving her coach, her teammates and her gold medal-winning husband, Sergei.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Portugal's die-hard fans drive 7000 kilometres from Lisbon to Saransk to see Cristiano Ronaldo and Co in action
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FIFA World Cup 2018: Portugal's die-hard fans drive 7000 kilometres from Lisbon to Saransk to see Cristiano Ronaldo and Co in action

 Two diehard fans of the Portugal football team have driven all the way from Lisbon to Moscow, Russia in a van to watch their team play. 

Peru vs Denmark, LIVE football score and updates, FIFA World Cup 2018, Match 7 in Saransk
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Peru vs Denmark, LIVE football score and updates, FIFA World Cup 2018, Match 7 in Saransk

Denmark play Peru in their World Cup Group C match in Saransk on Saturday. Follow our live blog for scores and updates from Russia.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Colombia defender Frank Fabra ruled out of tournament with serious knee injury
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FIFA World Cup 2018: Colombia defender Frank Fabra ruled out of tournament with serious knee injury

The Boca Juniors left-back uffered a "ruptured anterior cruciate ligament" in his left knee during a training session in Italy, the federation said in a statement.

No problems in holding 2022 World Cup in Qatar in winter, says FIFA President Infantino
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No problems in holding 2022 World Cup in Qatar in winter, says FIFA President Infantino

FIFA’s decision to set the wintertime period as the time-frame for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar instead of the traditional summertime will not result in huge problems for the world of football, Gianni Infantino, the president of the world’s governing body of football, said.