Olympic committees in Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and the UK have received messages threatening their delegations, although officials dismissed them as unfounded
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Wednesday 30 March 2011
The Government yesterday rejected a bid by the British Olympic Association to be given public money to resolve their cash dispute with London 2012 organisers.
Tuesday 29 March 2011
Hugh Robertson, the Sports Minister, will meet with British Olympic Association chairman Colin Moynihan this morning in an attempt to end the financial dispute between the BOA and the organisers of next year's London Games.
Monday 28 March 2011
The heads of the 33 British Olympic sports will gather in London today for what is certain to be a fractious meeting as Lord Moynihan, chairman of the British Olympic Association, attempts to defend his actions in the increasingly embarrassing squabble with organisers of next year's Games.
Saturday 26 March 2011
The British Olympic Association will not lose money because of the Paralympics but its cash row with London 2012 organisers risks undermining the vision for the Games, the International Paralympic Committee said yesterday.
Friday 25 March 2011
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.
Wednesday 23 March 2011
Rob Andrew has been appointed as the Rugby Football Union's new director of rugby operations.
Tuesday 22 March 2011
British men's and women's beach volleyball teams have been given the opportunity to qualify for the 2012 Olympics under host nation rules, the British Olympic Association (BOA) said yesterday.
Sunday 13 March 2011
With exactly 500 days to go from tomorrow before the curtain goes up on the London Olympics, a new event has been added to the programme: the tug of war. Pulling in opposite directions, much to the embarrassment of the International Olympic Committee, are the organisers, Locog, led by Lord Coe, and the British Olympic Association, headed by fellow Tory peer and Olympic medallist Lord Moynihan.
Friday 11 March 2011
The British Olympic Association last night announced it has taken its financial dispute with London 2012 directly to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to settle.
Thursday 10 March 2011
An astonishing row over money has broken out between London 2012 organisers (LOCOG) and the British Olympic Association. The dispute has escalated to the point where London 2012 chiefs yesterday launched an attack on the BOA leadership, claiming it was abandoning the original vision of staging the Olympic and Paralympics as "one festival of sport".
Wednesday 09 March 2011
The IOC have been asked to step in to settle a row over money between the British Olympic Association and London 2012 organisers.
Sunday 27 February 2011
Sunday 13 February 2011
An investigation is taking place into the affairs of the Amateur Boxing Association of England following allegations of financial mismanagement and irregularities which have been reported to Sport England.
Sunday 23 January 2011
From the statue of Sir Alf Ramsey on one corner, past the Sir Bobby Robson Stand to the photographs in reception of Robson's teams with the FA Cup and Uefa Cup, Ipswich Town are a club happy to celebrate their past.
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