Taking a knee to be banned at the Olympics
Taking a knee is set to be outlawed at the Tokyo Olympics.
It's after the I-O-C approved a recommendation from its own Athletes' Commission to curtail the right to protest at the Games.
Two thirds of respondents to an athlete survey didn't feel such protests were appropriate at the Olympics.
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