SportsIOC president has 'serious concerns' about boxing federation

20:16  08 november  2018
20:16  08 november  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The President of the International Olympic Committee is head of the Executive Board that assumes the general overall responsibility for the administration of the International Olympic Committee ( IOC ) and the management of its affairs.

Aiba knew the International Olympic Committee had “grave concerns ” about the governance and direction of the Gafur Rakhimov elected president of Aiba despite IOC criticisms. Read more. Now the dust has settled, two things are clear. Rakhimov rules Aiba and the IOC has to quickly decide

ROME - The election of an Uzbek businessman accused of ties to organized crime as president of AIBA isn't the IOC's only problem with the amateur boxing association.

Gafur Rakhimov, who is on a U.S. Treasury Department sanctions list for alleged links to international heroin trafficking, was elected Saturday as head of AIBA. The sanctions bar U.S. citizens and companies from doing business with him. He has denied wrongdoing.

"First of all, the issue with AIBA is not only about the election of the one person to president," International Olympic president Thomas Bach said Thursday. "We have expressed serious concerns for over a year with regard to the overall governance of the AIBA, with regard to their anti-doping program, with regard to their finances."

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The International Olympic Committee ( IOC ) has said it is “extremely worried” that a man linked to organised crime has been named as the Interim President of the International Boxing Association (Aiba). Uzbek national Gafur Rakhimov was appointed to the role on Saturday, when he promised to

(ATR) The IOC has stopped payment of about million due from the Rio Olympics over concerns with governance. The crisis comes as AIBA finds itself The withholding of payments to federations is an uncommon step by the IOC , taken only when there’s serious concern . For boxing , this has

IOC president has 'serious concerns' about boxing federation© Provided by thecanadianpress.com The new president of the amateur boxing federation Gafur Rakhimov, left, and Secretary General of the Boxing Federation of Russia Umar Kremlyov talk to each other during a news conference following the AIBA congress in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018. Rakhimov, an Uzbek businessman who has been accused of ties to organized crime was elected president of the amateur boxing federation on Saturday, putting the sport on a collision course with the International Olympic Committee. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

Bach, who was in Rome for meetings, added that the IOC has asked AIBA to provide a report containing its view "and what they think that they have done to address these issues."

The IOC has yet to confirm boxing is on the program for the 2020 Tokyo Games and has threatened to host an Olympic boxing tournament without AIBA, cutting off the financially troubled federation from a key funding source.

The IOC will take up the AIBA case at a board meeting in Tokyo next month.

"We don't want athletes to be punished for misbehaviour of officials or organizations," Bach said. "Whatever decision will be made we will make our best effort to give the boxers an opportunity to continue their Olympic dream."


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