• Silver medalist of the Olympic games of 2016 disqualified for contempt of Islam

  • British Federation of gymnastics disqualified the silver Olympic medallist gymnast Louis Smith for two months for contempt of Islam. On Tuesday, November 1 reported on the organization's website.

    19 Oct Smith refused to go in honoring the winners of the 2016 Olympics, held in London. Instead, the athlete visited the mosque.

    In early October, Smith has posted a video where he and another British gymnast Luke Carson portrayed a prayer, laughed and shouted "Allah Akbar". The athletes apologized for his behavior, admitting guilt. The results of the investigation of the Federation of the 27-year-old Smith was suspended for two months, 27-year-old Carson was reprimanded.

    Smith — double bronze (2008, 2012) and two silver (2012, 2016) Olympic medalist. In addition the British twice became the champion of Europe (2012, 2015).


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