The Kabaddi World Cup organizers on Sunday disqualified Australian national Kabaddi team after failing multiple drugs tests as the tournament struggles to overcome a series of doping scandals. The event, being held in the northern state of Punjab, has brought 14 teams together from across the world to play the popular and highly physical South Asian game, which mixes tag with wrestling. According to report, five Australians players failed dope tests while two others refused to give their urine samples. US team member Manjinder Singh allegedly tried to substitute his urine samples with water and verbally abused National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) staff when he was caught, the Times of India reported.