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27 DECEMBER 2014

 


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Selimov Eliminated/Cuban And American win

Selimov Eliminated/Cuban And American win

Current World and European Amateur 57kg champion Albert Selimov has been eliminated from the Beijing Olympics Selimov Eliminated/Cuban And American win
Olympic Results Day 3 (Aug 11)

Olympic Results Day 3 (Aug 11)

Morning and evening session Olympic Results from Day 3 (Aug 11). Olympic Results Day 3 (Aug 11)

Day 1: biggest boxing hits

Check out the biggest men's boxing hits from the first day of Olympic competition. ... Day 1: biggest boxing hits

Day 2 winners: light welterweight

Lopsided victories characterized the opening round of Olympic light welterweight (64kg/141 lbs) boxing. ... Day 2 winners: light welterweight

Day 2 winners: welterweight

Hometown favorite Silamu Hanati (CHN) advanced to the second round, as Olympic welterweight (64kg/141 lbs) competition kicked off in Beijing. ... Day 2 winners: welterweight

Busy day for U.S. team

Another American boxer won, and another bowed out with a health scare. Although the U.S. team isn't the world's most consistent bunch, it's been consistently dramatic in the Olympics so far. ... Busy day for U.S. team
Saunders And Saunders Prevail  in style

Saunders And Saunders Prevail in style

By Craig Phillips: Both Billy Joe Saunders and his namesake Bradley Saunders (no relation to each other) progressed to the last 16 of their respective weight divisions at the Beijing Olympics today with spectacular wins. Saunders And Saunders Prevail  in style
China's Best Fighter Gets Best Draw

China's Best Fighter Gets Best Draw

By Zhenyu Li: The suspense is cleared as China’s best boxing athlete Shiming Zou got the best draw in his quest for Olympic gold. China's Best Fighter Gets Best Draw
Joyce Advances To Last 16

Joyce Advances To Last 16

By Bernard O’Neill: Light welterweight John Joe Joyce produced arguably his best ever performance to march into the last 16 of the Olympic
Games Joyce Advances To Last 16
Olympic Results Day 1 (Aug 9)

Olympic Results Day 1 (Aug 9)

All the Olympic boxing results from Day 1 (Aug 9). Olympic Results Day 1 (Aug 9)

China's Zou gets great draw

Zou Shiming's path to China's first boxing gold medal looks quite clear after Friday's Olympic draw. ... China's Zou gets great draw

Cubans get strong draw

The young Cuban boxing team got mostly favorable positions in the Olympic draw Friday, but Puerto Rico's Arroyo twins weren't as fortunate. ... Cubans get strong draw

Day 1 winners: light heavyweight

Gold-medal favorite Artur Beterbiev (RUS) dominated Kennedy Katende (SWE), 15-3, to advance to the second round of light heavyweight (81kg/178lbs). Also advancing was China's Xiaoping Zhang. ... Day 1 winners: light heavyweight

Day 1 winners: middleweight

Shawn Estrada (USA) advanced to the second round, along with gold-medal favorite Matvey Korobov (RUS) as middleweight (75kg/165 lbs) boxing kicked off in Beijing. ... Day 1 winners: middleweight

Russell baffled by weight problem

Gary Russell Jr. couldn't sweat when he went for a late-night jog. The U.S. bantamweight knows he returned to his room and tried to figure out a way to make weight before dawn. ... Russell baffled by weight problem

Samoan boxer removed on stretcher

A Samoan boxer was removed from the Olympic ring on a stretcher Saturday night after getting knocked out in the third round of his first bout. ... Samoan boxer removed on stretcher

Korobov scores easy win

Matvey Korobov might be the most talented boxer at the Olympics. The dynamic Russian middleweight (75kg/165 lbs) capitalized on an early chance to prove it. ... Korobov scores easy win
Beijing Workers' Gymnasium: The Largest Olympic Boxing Arena Ever

Beijing Workers' Gymnasium: The Largest Olympic Boxing Arena Ever

By Zhenyu Li - special to SecondsOut.com: There is only one way to get access to the largest Olympic boxing arena ever existed since April 1896 when the very first modern Olympic Games opened. Beijing Workers' Gymnasium: The Largest Olympic Boxing Arena Ever
Egan Gets Ireland Off To A Flyer

Egan Gets Ireland Off To A Flyer

By Bernard O’Neill: Irish captain Ken Egan got Ireland’s Olympic campaign off to a perfect start with a controlled preliminary round light heavyweight win over Julius Jackson. Egan Gets Ireland Off To A Flyer
DeGale Claims victory In Beijing

DeGale Claims victory In Beijing

By Craig Phillips: James DeGale got the British team off to a winning start in Beijing when he booked his place in the last 16 of the middleweight division. DeGale Claims victory In Beijing

Russell collapses, out of Games

American Gary Russell Jr. will miss the Olympics after collapsing Thursday night while trying to make weight. "It's a disappointing start for USA Boxing," said NBC analyst Teddy Atlas. ... Russell collapses, out of Games
"Ireland's Olympic Opponents"

"Ireland's Olympic Opponents"

By Bernard O’Neill: Light heavyweight Ken Egan will be the first Irish boxer into the ring tomorrow(Aug 9) (around 8.30am Irish time) when he takes on Julius Jackson. "Ireland's Olympic Opponents"
Sutherland And Barnes Receive Byes

Sutherland And Barnes Receive Byes

Darren Sutherland and Paddy Barnes both received byes into the last sixteen of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing at this mornings draw at the Asia Hotel in the Chinese capitol. Sutherland And Barnes Receive Byes
Tough draw for Team GB

Tough draw for Team GB

By Craig Phillips: Super heavyweight David Price knows if he is to follow in the footsteps of former gold medallist Audley Harrison; he’s going to have to do it the difficult way. Tough draw for Team GB

British boxer Gavin out

Frankie Gavin, the world lightweight champion from Britain, has dropped out of the Olympic boxing tournament because he didn't think he could make his 132-pound weight limit. ... British boxer Gavin out

Gavin drops out

Frankie Gavin, the world lightweight (60kg/132 lbs) champion from Britain, has dropped out of the Olympic boxing tournament because he didn't think he could make his 132-pound weight limit. ... Gavin drops out
Gavin’s Olympic Dream Is Over

Gavin’s Olympic Dream Is Over

Frankie Gavin’s Dream of landing Olympic Gold is over before he has had a chance to step into the ring. Gavin’s Olympic Dream Is Over

Revamped USA Boxing faces test

USA Boxing coach Dan Campbell met a lot of critics when he wanted the 2008 Olympic boxers to live and train at the Olympic Training Center. But something had to change, and he's starting to see results. ... Revamped USA Boxing faces test

Boxing's rare double

The yougest athlete among the 2004 U.S. Olympic delegation, Rau'Shee Warren now is the only American with Olympic experience. The 21-year-old will be the first U.S. boxer to fight in two Olympics since 1976. ... Boxing's rare double

Pro riches in doubt for U.S. Boxers

Fortune and fame are no longer guaranteed to America's best amateur boxers, even the dwindling few who win medals, and signing a U.S. star has stopped catapulting a manager or promoter into a seat with the sport's power brokers. ... Pro riches in doubt for U.S. Boxers

Puerto Rican brothers box their way to Beijing

Most 12-year-old boys in Puerto Rico play video games or go to the beach for fun. The Arroyo twins wanted to box. ... Puerto Rican brothers box their way to Beijing

Rau'Shee's return

No U.S. boxer has made two trips to the Olympics since 1976 -- until now. Flyweight Rau'Shee Warren's debut as a 17-year-old in Athens was uninspiring, but he enters Beijing as a reigning world champion. ... Rau'Shee's return
Murray Ready For Olympic Bid

Murray Ready For Olympic Bid

By Craig Phillips: The second youngest member of the British team in Chicago, but Joe Murray has proved that he’s been associated with class for a long time with his performance at the world championships. Murray Ready For Olympic Bid
Saunders Full Of Confidence

Saunders Full Of Confidence

By Craig Phillips: The World Championships capped off an amazing 18 months for light welterweight Bradley Saunders, which has seen him become a father, ABA Champion and a world bronze medallist. Saunders Full Of Confidence

Beijing outlook

This has become a familiar pose for China's Zou Shiming, the Olympic host nation's greatest boxer ever. The reigning world champion in the lightest division, Zou is among the storylines to watch in Beijing. ... Beijing outlook

The great U.S. hope

American boxers have taken just one gold medal from the past two Olympics, leaving much to be desired at the Beijing Games. A lot of that hope falls on the fists of reigning world champion Demetrius Andrade. ... The great U.S. hope
Frankie Gavin World Amateur Champion

Frankie Gavin World Amateur Champion

By Craig Phillips: “I see world amateur champions I think there’s the world champion, but I forget that I am too” Frankie Gavin World Amateur Champion
Andrade feels Golden

Andrade feels Golden

Reigning AIBA World welterweight champion Demetrius “Boo Boo” Andrade is prospecting for gold in China. Andrade feels Golden
Irish Olympic Training News

Irish Olympic Training News

By Bernard O’Neill: The Irish Olympic squad completed their first full day of sparring and training with Russia at their training camp in Vladivostok, Russia today. Irish Olympic Training News

Welterweight Andrade top hope for U.S. boxing gold

Bill Belichick doesn't invite many amateur boxers to drive up from Rhode Island to meet with him and the New England Patriots. ... Welterweight Andrade top hope for U.S. boxing gold
AIBA Confirm Boxers For Olympics

AIBA Confirm Boxers For Olympics

By Bernard O’Neill: World amateur boxing chiefs AIBA, have confirmed the list of 286 boxers that will compete in next months Olympic Games at the Workers Indoor Arena in Beijing,China. AIBA Confirm Boxers For Olympics
Irish Squad Leave For Beijing

Irish Squad Leave For Beijing

By Bernard O’Neill: The Irish Olympic squad fly out to Beijing today (July 22) on the final lap of their journey toward to 2008 Olympics Games in China. Irish Squad Leave For Beijing

Estrada becomes ninth US Olympic boxer

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala (AP) -- Shawn Estrada of Los Angeles became the ninth American to qualify for the Beijing Olympics when he beat a Brazilian middleweight in the Americas Qualifier on Tuesday. ... Estrada becomes ninth US Olympic boxer

Bronze medalist Prasathinphimai suspended

Athens Olympic bronze medalist Suriya Prasathinphimai of Thailand has been suspended for one year after the middleweight failed a drug test  during last year's Southeast Asian Games, at which he won gold. ... Bronze medalist Prasathinphimai suspended

Wilder takes fast track to US Olympic boxing team

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Deontay Wilder's inspiration is 1,300 miles away from his Colorado training camp, yet always right there with him. ... Wilder takes fast track to US Olympic boxing team

Ali loses decision to Lopez

BRIDGEPORT, Conn.(AP) - For Brooklyn's Sadam Ali, fighting an Olympic tuneup near his home didn't go the way he anticipated. ... Ali loses decision to Lopez

U.S. boxers complete final tune-up

Rau'Shee Warren easily handled his opponent and led the U.S. to a team win at the USA vs. Dominican Republic meet in Tennessee. It was the U.S. boxers' final competition prior to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. ... U.S. boxers complete final tune-up

Estrada's determination rewarded with Olympics

Shawn Estrada missed his flight to the Olympic Trials, eventually showed up, but then was overweight. Still, he prevailed and heads to Beijing with the eyes of East Los Angeles following his every punch. ... Estrada's determination rewarded with Olympics

U.S. boxer Yanez yanked off Olympic team

U.S. coach Dan Campbell says Luis Yanez has been kicked off the Olympic team after missing three weeks of training camp without permission, and failing to properly communicate with coaches. ... U.S. boxer Yanez yanked off Olympic team

USA Boxing rebuilding with high Beijing hopes

USA Boxing coach Dan Campbell met a lot of critics when he wanted the 2008 Olympic boxers to live and train at the Olympic Training Center. But something had to change, and he's starting to see results. ... USA Boxing rebuilding with high Beijing hopes
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