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Olympics day six: First bout for GB's Clarke is worth the wait, but Davison bows out

GB Boxing’s Frazer Clarke claimed a quarter-final berth in the super heavyweight category on day six at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics – but Charley Davision bowed out at the last 16 stage.

Olympics day two: GB's Whittaker, Davison and McCormack all progress

A perfect day for Great Britain’s boxers on day two at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics saw all three boxers in action progress to the last 16 in their respective weight divisions.

Tokyo Olympics: GB squad details, preview and boxing schedule

Great Britain get their Tokyo 2020 boxing campaign underway tomorrow hoping to enjoy one of their best ever Olympics in modern times.

Countdown to Tokyo: GB boxers learn opponents after draw made

The 11 boxers representing GB at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics now know who they will come up against after the official draw has been finalised.

Countdown to Tokyo: mum Davison relishing biggest stage after return to the top

In the fifth of a series of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games boxing previews, mum-of-three Charley Davison tells England Boxing how she has successfully juggled her time in the ring with bringing up a young family.

Olympic Qualifiers, day five: McCormack and Price box superbly to top podium

Pat McCormack and Lauren Price starred as Great Britain struck…

Olympic Qualifiers, day four: Seven reach final as Artingstall books Olympic spot

Karriss Artingstall clinched victory in a tense box-off to become the 11th Great Britain boxer to secure a place at the Tokyo Olympics after another memorable day at the European Qualifying event in Paris.

Olympic Qualifiers, day two: Five GB boxers clinch Tokyo places

Great Britain enjoyed a perfect day at the European Olympic Qualifying tournament – with no less than five boxers booking their Tokyo places and three more advancing to the quarter-final stages.

10 great female England Boxing National Junior champions - part one

Part one of England Boxing’s look back at some of the best boxers to come through as female winners at the  National Junior Championships, dating back to 2007.

£96,000 raised through #KOCOVID19 - and it's still going!

England Boxing’s #KOCOVID19 campaign has now raised a fantastic £96,151 for boxing clubs in need of financial help during the Coronavirus outbreak.