New Delhi: There were no positive dope tests at the recent World Cup in the West Indies, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Thursday.
A total of 68 players were tested during the 47-day event which ended on Apr. 28 with Australia clinching an unprecedented third successive titles.
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Two players from each team were chosen randomly in 15 of the 51 Cup games and from two warm-up matches.
"The fact that all drug tests at the ICC Cricket World Cup proved negative is a great result for the game," chief executive Malcolm Speed said in a statement.
"It sends out a very positive message, something everyone connected with the game can be very proud of."