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IOC reprimands British and Irish boxers for betting on Rio Olympics bouts

• Three fighters wagered on contests they were not involved in• Olympic associations under fire for not educating competitors The International Olympic Committee has issued “severe reprimands” to Team GB boxer Anthony Fowler and Irish fighters Michael Conlan and Steven Donnelly for betting on the boxing competition at Rio 2016, contrary to Olympic rules. Related: Olympic boxing corruption alive and well, says official as rows continue Related: Michael Conlan farce leaves amateur boxing nursing a black eye in Rio | Kevin Mitchell Continue reading.
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Michael Conlan among three reprimanded for Rio betting

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Irish pair Michael Conlan and Steven Donnelly are reprimanded along with Britain's Antony Fowler for betting on Olympic events.

IOC sanctions 3 boxers for betting on fights at Rio Olympics

Sports / Olympics : USAToday: Olympics

The IOC has reprimanded three boxers _ two from Ireland and one from Britain _ for betting on fights at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro        

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