Aaron Cook's legal team is considering legal action in the High Court to try and get him a place at the London Olympics.
The world number one Taekwondo star , who is from Dorchester in Dorset, believes he was wrongly deprived of a place at the Games.
The British Olympic Association has refused to refer the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. In a statement Aaron Cook said the decision was "beyond belief."
Aaron Cook, the martial arts fighter from Dorchester in Dorset, has reacted with 'disbelief' after the British Olympic Association announced it will not be referring his case to the Court of Arbitration in Sport. The World Number 1 believes he was wrongly overlooked by GB Taekwondo selectors.
But the BOA say that Mr Cook's camp has not presented sufficient new evidence to challenge the selectors to reconsider their decision.