IOC will let CAS settle Games cash dispute

The International Olympic Committee will not intervene further in the financial dispute that has engulfed the London 2012 organisers, the body's president, Jacques Rogge, said yesterday.

London 2012 is being taken to court by the British Olympic Association over how any surplus from the Games is calculated. The IOC has already ruled against the BOA but Rogge said his body would wait for, and accept, the judgement of the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne.