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The Court of Arbitration for Sport

The Court of Arbitration for Sport

 

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is an institution independent of any sports organization which provides for services in order to facilitate the settlement of sports-related disputes through arbitration or mediation by means of procedural rules adapted to the specific needs of the sports world.

In accordance with Article 48 of the AIBA Constitution:

48.1 Any dispute arising from the Constitution and the Regulations which cannot be settled amicably, will be submitted exclusively to CAS and resolved definitively in accordance with the Code of Sports-Related Arbitration. The Panel will consist of three arbitrators and the proceeding will be in English.

48.2 Any final decision rendered by AIBA may be submitted exclusively to CAS, which will resolve the dispute definitively in accordance with the Code of Sports-Related Arbitration. The language of the proceeding shall be English. The time limit to appeal shall be 30 days after the reception of the decision to be appealed.

48.3 CAS shall decide the dispute according to this Constitution and the Regulations, as well as Swiss law.

 

A list of the CAS awards with AIBA involvement:

1. Arbitration CAS ad hoc Division (OG London) 12/002 Joseph Ward v. International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Boxing Association (AIBA) & Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), award of 26 July 2012

2.1. Arbitration CAS 2011/A/2423 Federatia Romana de Box (FRB) v. International Boxing Federation (AIBA), award of 8 November 2011

2.2. Arbitration CAS 2011/A/2561 Federation Romana de Box (FRB) v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 10 January 2012

3.1. Arbitration CAS 2010/A/2188 General Taweep Jantararoj v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 29 July 2011

3.2. Arbitration CAS 2010/A/2243, 2358, 2385 & 2411 General Taweep Jantararoj & Amateur Boxing Federation of Thailand (ABAT) v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 3 August 2011

3.3. Arbitration CAS 2011/A/2421 & 2450 General Taweep Jantararoj v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 10 October 2011

3.4. Arbitration CAS 2011/A/2500 & 2591 Amateur Boxing Association of Thailand (ABAT) v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 20 January 2012

4. Arbitration CAS 2011/A/2452 Paul King v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 9 January 2012 (operative part of 3 November 2011)

5.1. Arbitration CAS 2009/A/1971 Jae Joon Yoo v. International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 26 March 2010 (operative part of 22 January 2010)

5.2. Arbitration CAS 2010/A/2298 Jae Joon Yoo v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 12 July 2011

6. Arbitration CAS 2009/A/1985 Franchon Crews v. International Boxing Association (AIBA), award of 10 June 2010

7. Arbitration CAS 2008/O/1455 Boxing Australia v/AIBA, award of 16 April 2008

8. Arbitration CAS 2007/A/1319 Caner Doganeli & Turkish Boxing Federation v/ AIBA, award of 30 January 2008

9. Arbitrage Chambre ad hoc du TAS (J.O. Sydney) 00/004 Comité Olympique Congolais (COC) et Jesus Kibunde / Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur (AIBA), sentence du 18 septembre 2000

10. Arbitrage Chambre ad hoc du TAS (J.O. Atlanta) 96/006 M. / Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur (AIBA), sentence du 1er août 1996