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After women’s Olympic boxing success, major events coming to London in 2013

Post Olympics: Women’s Boxing Set To Flourish With Major London Event In 2013 Great Britain's Nicola Adams, Ireland’s Katie Taylor and America’s Claressa Shields may have won Gold at the London 2012 Olympics, however all the Women that took part deserve some of the glory and recognition for the part they played. Each and every female boxer that took part in this historic...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
August 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Katie Taylor, Claressa Shields & Nicola Adams make history at London Olympics

Adams, Taylor and Shields win first ever women's boxing gold medals Olympic history was re-written at the ExCeL with the first ever Women's boxing gold medals presented to Nicolas Adams of Great Britain, Ireland's Katie Taylor and Claressa Shields of the United States. The first of the Women's Finals, the Flyweights (51kg), saw Great Britain's Nicola Adams faced...
Via Pro Boxing Fans
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Shields, Taylor, Adams win women's boxing titles

Claressa Shields won the first middleweight gold medal in women's Olympic boxing, a dominant victory by an exuberant American teenager who danced, brawled and even stuck out her tongue. Irish lightweight Katie Taylor and British flyweight Nicola Adams also won gold medals Thursday at the London Games in a landmark tournament with the first Olympic titles. The 17-year-old Shields...
Via AP on Fox
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Adams wins women's flyweight gold

Flyweight Nicola Adams of Britain won the first Olympic gold medal in women's boxing, stunning world champion Ren Cancan of China in a 16-7 victory Thursday. Adams knocked down Ren in the second round with a dynamic flurry of punches and finished off the top-seeded flyweight in impressive style. Adams dominated the middle rounds by a combined 10-3. Adams lost the last two world...
Via AP on Fox
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Women's Olympic Boxing Gold Medal Results

The first women ever to box at the Olympic Games did themselves and their sport proud. Not just Nicola Adams, Katie Taylor and Claressa Shields, who will take home gold medals with their victories Thursday, but all 36 women who took part. These women proved, on the biggest stage of all, that women belong in the ring, long considered a man's domain. And they managed to entertain...
Via The Queensbury Rules
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Britain's Adams wins women's boxing flyweight gold

Flyweight Nicola Adams of Britain won the first Olympic gold medal in women's boxing, stunning world champion Ren Cancan of China in a 16-7 victory Thursday. Adams knocked down Ren in the second round with a dynamic flurry of punches and finished off the top-seeded flyweight in impressive style. Adams dominated the middle rounds by a combined 10-3. Adams lost the last two world...
Via AP on Fox
August 09, 2012  |  Discuss
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