England cricketer Moeen Ali has been warned not to wear wristbands with political slogans after he took to the field against India displaying the slogans "Free Palestine" and "Save Gaza".
This comes less than a week after a Malaysian cyclist at the Commonwealth Games was cautioned by his team for wearing gloves with "Save Gaza" written across the knuckles.
The two incidents have reignited the debate about political protest in sport. The International Cricket Council states that players should not wear "messages which relate to political, religious or racial activities or causes," while the Commonwealth Games Federation consider it "inappropriate for any form of protest [to take place] in a Games venue."
Yet politics, religion and race have regularly collided with competition in the sporting arena. Here are eight memorable moments where sport became a platform for protest.
Emily Davison and the Epsom Derby