The International Olympic Committee has denied a wild card entry for the Rio Olympics to five-time world champion pugilist Mary Kom.
Amateur International Boxing Association-appointed ad-hoc committee, Kishan Narsi, confirmed the news. The AIBA had earlier requested a wild card entry for Mary Kom for the upcoming Olympics Games to be held in the Brazilian seaside city of Rio de Janeiro.
Kom's hopes of securing a qualification for the forthcoming Rio Olympics were shattered after she crashed out of the second round of the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships in Kazakhstan.
The 33-year-old became the first Indian woman to win a boxing medal when she clinched bronze in the 2012 London Games.