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Beijing 2022: Ukrainian Paralympic athletes demonstrate for peace
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Belarus and Russia compete as 'neutral athletes' at Winter Paralympics
UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has condemned the decision and called for a total ban.
Skier flees Belarus for Poland after Winter Olympics ban
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AIBA becomes IBA as extraordinary congress embraces widespread reform
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AIBA president announces boxing association will change name to IBA
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French tightrope walker stuns Rio beachgoers with latest daring walk
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Belarusian Olympic skier and Lukashenko critic fined over protest
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Poland grants humanitarian visa to second Belarusian athlete
Olga Safronova was barred from competing in the Tokyo Olympics after criticising state authorities over the health of one of her horses.
Medal won by exiled Belarusian sprinter auctioned to support athletes
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya's silver medal from the 2019 European Games was sold for €17,800 on eBay to a collector from the United States.
'Belarus will be free': Exiled sprinter speaks out after Tokyo exit
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