Spain says 10 national soccer team players have undergone doping tests at its European Championship training camp in western France.
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The Spanish soccer federation says UEFA officials showed up Saturday morning at the team’s hotel at Il de Re to conduct the tests.
The officials collected blood and urine samples from the 10 players, whose names were not released.
The federation says the tests were conducted “without any incidents.”
Spain will face Italy on Monday in the Euro 2016 quarterfinals at Stade de France.