AIBA limits Boxing India’s coaches at Games while athlete ruled ineligible due to hyperandrogenism
Published 22 July 2014 By: Manali Kulkarni
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- Tags: Athletics | Athletics Federation of India (AFI) | Boxing | Boxing India | Commonwealth Games 2014 | Cricket | England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) | Glasgow | India | Indian Olympic Association (IOA) | International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) | International Boxing Association (AIBA) | International Cricket Council (ICC) | Sports Authority of India (SAI)
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Manali is currently a second year (2L) JD Candidate at the University of Maine School of Law. She was previously the COO at LawInSport and continues to be an executive contributor of the editorial board for LawInSport. She holds an LLM in Sports Law from Nottingham Law School (Nottingham Trent University). During the fall of her second year in Portland, Maine, Manali also had the opportunity to be the legal intern at Global Sports Advocates.
Manali previously researched on sports and society in India, specifically focusing on the influence of sport on the gender divide in India. She joined LawInSport in September 2013 as a research assistant providing updates on Indian sports law. She is currently back in her hometown, Memphis, Tennessee, for a visiting semester at the University of Memphis School of Law.