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IBA considering legal action after CAS ruling

The International Boxing Association is analysing a decision by global sport's top court to dismiss its appeal against the withdrawal of its Olympic recognition and it may take the case to the Swiss Federal Tribunal.

The International Olympic Committee decided last June to strip the IBA of recognition over its failure to complete reforms on governance, finance and ethical issues.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected the IBA's appeal on Tuesday.

The IBA said in a press release on Wednesday that it had made considerable progress in the areas mentioned by CAS, and that the court and the IOC had overlooked its extensive reforms.

"The IBA will refrain from further comments until the CAS award has been thoroughly analysed by its legal experts, which is taking place right now to draw a conclusion whether the organisation appeals to the Swiss Federal Tribunal," it added.

Rival body World Boxing said last month it will seek recognition from Olympic organisers to replace the IBA and keep the sport on the programme for the 2028 Los Angeles Games.

The IOC said it welcomed the decision by CAS and it was now up to the national boxing federations and national Olympic committees to find a partner international federation by next year at the latest to keep the sport in the Olympics.

"To keep boxing on the Olympic programme, the IOC needs a recognised and reliable international federation as a partner, as with all the other Olympic sports," it said in a statement.

The boxing tournaments at the Paris Games this summer are being organised by the IOC but the Olympic body has repeatedly said it could not continue doing that.

"The NOCs and national boxing federations thus hold the future of Olympic boxing in their own hands, and the

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