London 2012: Uganda boxers look to be locked out
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London 2012: Uganda boxers look to be locked out

Kampala : Uganda | Mar 01, 2012 at 11:43 AM PST
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Martin Mubiru, a Ugandan boxer.

Uganda boxers will not make it to the London 2012 Olympic Games unless the international body opens up another window for them. This follows the failure of the amateur boxing fraternity to have a new executive in place over the weekend, which was one of the conditions before they could be given a green light to participate in the qualifiers. read more

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A general view of the London 2012 Olympic Games Olympic Stadium is seen at the Olympic Park in London
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