U.S. gymnast Paul Hamm will find out Thursday whether he can keep his Olympic gold medal.
Hamm won the all-around title in Athens, but South Korea's Yang Tae-young wants the Court of Arbitration for Sport to change the results and move him from third place to first because of a scoring error.
Hamm and Yang appeared before a three-judge panel of the CAS on Sept. 27 in Lausanne, Switzerland. The court said it will issue its verdict Thursday.
Hamm has said he will abide by the ruling of the CAS.