BOA duo barred from 2012 board
Friday 25 March 2011
The dispute over Olympic cash intensified last night as the British Olympic Association's two most senior figures were excluded from London 2012 board meetings.
Lord Moynihan, the BOA chairman, and his chief executive, Andy Hunt, will remain London 2012 directors but are involved in legal action against the London organising committee LOCOG over any surplus from the 2012 Games.
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