IOC Executive Board members Rene Fasel, left, of Switzerland, Craig Reedie of Britain and Mario Vazquez Rana of Mexico in conversation ahead of an IOC board meeting in London, Wednesday, April, 6, ... more 
IOC Executive Board members Rene Fasel, left, of Switzerland, Craig Reedie of Britain and Mario Vazquez Rana of Mexico in conversation ahead of an IOC board meeting in London, Wednesday, April, 6, 2011. The British Olympic Association suspended its legal action against London 2012 organizers and is ready for fresh talks to resolve a messy financial dispute. The BOA has been pushing for a greater share of any surplus from the Olympics. Entitled to a 20 percent cut under a joint marketing agreement signed in 2005, the BOA claims that the potentially money-losing Paralympics should not be taken into account. The International Olympic Committee and London organizing committee, known as LOCOG, insist that the cost of both games should be counted, as they have been in the past. less 
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Wed, Apr 6, 2011 4:52 AM EDT