Murray said: "Paula texted when I was outside Asda and when I returned home I spoke to the British Olympics Association.
What does BOA stand for?
BOA stands for British Olympics Association (London, UK)
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We have 122 other meanings of BOA in our Acronym Attic
- Bolometer Data Analysis Project
- Book O' Acronyms :-)
- Born Out of Asepsis
- Born-Oppenheimer Approximation
- Bottles of Australia Pty Limited (Tuggeranong, ACT, Australia)
- Bounders of America
- Branch Office Administrator
- Break-Off Altitude
- Bringers of Anarchy (gaming)
- British Octopush Society
- British Orthopaedic Association
- British Osteopathic Association (Luton, Bedfordshire, UK)
- Broad Ocean Area
- Broadcast Overlay Architecture (FastForward Networks)
- Brotherhood of Armageddon (gaming clan)
- Brotherhood of Arms
- Buffer Overflow Attack (computing)
- Built on Athletics (brand name)
- Bureau Of Advertising
- Bureau of Architecture
Samples in periodicals archive:
At the moment Bill is looking forward to London 2012, and has been contacted by the British Olympics Association after a public outcry persuaded them to involve our 1948 athletes.
She agreed with Lord Moynihan, Chairman of the British Olympics Association, that this might only be possible when LOCOG returns the rights to the British Olympics Association at the end of the year.
Byline: R COLLINSON TO ME, the British Olympics Association (BOA) has double standards.
British athletes will have to sign a contract promising not to comment on any politically sensitive issues" during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, British Olympics Association spokesman Graham Nathan told CNN in February.
Another site that has attracted the attention of the British Olympics Association makes similarly lavish claims.
The new director of sport for the British Olympics Association said: "If a player from any of the four countries wants to play, it would be a shame if they were not allowed to.
The Belgrave Harriers sprinter, who had his lifetime ban for doping offences rescinded by the British Olympics Association last month, qualified second fastest at the Alexander Stadium in 10.