Disqualification


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Disqualification

 

a sports term.

(1) The exclusion of an athlete or team from a game owing to a technical violation of rules; this results in the invalidation of the score or place occupied by the individual or team.

(2) The deprivation of an athlete’s or team’s right to participate in competition as a result of a violation of moral and ethical norms of conduct. In certain cases this involves depriving an athlete of his official standing. Disqualification may be conditional, lasting only for a specified period of time. Decisions concerning disqualification are made by sports clubs, societies, federations, and committees.

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Since April 2014, the average length of a disqualification is 5.7 years.
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Upon hearing the evidence, and with Mr Ahmed failing to appear in court, a seven year disqualification order was made against Mr Ahmed who was also ordered to pay costs being in excess of 4,600.