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Hovell was on the Court of Arbitration for Sport panel in Switzerland that allowed an appeal by Mae against her ban from competitive skiing following her qualification for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
However, sitting on the CAS panel in his role as arbitrator, Mark, who heads the Mills & Reeve sports team from the Manchester office, dismissed her second appeal against the Federation Internationale de Ski and upheld she should have been found ineligible to have competed in the Games.
The panel did annul the professional violinist’s earlier four-year ban after finding that there was insufficient evidence to hold that she had breached the FIS Betting and other Anti-Corruption Violation Rules.