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FILE - The Dec. 8, 2012 file photo shows a referee's watch with the goal as they demonstrate the goal-line technology of Hawk-Eye system at Toyota stadium in Toyota. After PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet made the save, he made a costly mistake on Sunday Feb. 26, 2017. Zoet saved a close-range header from Feyenoord defender Jan-Arie van der Heijden, but as he clutched the ball to his chest, a screen on referee Bas Nijhuis' wrist lit up. Nijhuis looked down, saw the word "goal" flashing on the screen and awarded the Dutch league leaders the winning score in a 2-1 victory. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama/File)
Goal-line technology may have ended PSV's Dutch title hopesAfter PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet made the save, he made a costly mistake
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In this photo taken on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, the runner Vasily Permitin, left, and Evgeny Pishchalov, who are part of the Rocket Science Project, attend an interview for the Associated Press at the Russian Indoor Championships in Moscow, Russia. An upstart group of Russian track and field athletes want to beat dopers with science and start showing their country can win clean. Formed in reaction to Russia’s doping scandals, the Rocket Science Project is hoping to encourage whistleblowers and create an independent training camp with a strict no-drugs policy. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)
Russian athletes fight back against doping, state controlA group of Russian track and field athletes want to beat dopers with science and start showing their country can win clean
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