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The limited capacity of Talkatora stadium, 2700, ensured there was never going to be a problem to fill it to the rafters, but still the consistent
14 October 2010
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Paddy Barnes (NIR) won the Gold medal in the Light Flyweight (49kg) at the Delhi 2010 competition on Wednesday. This was Northern Ireland’s first
13 October 2010
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Sri Lanka won its first Gold medal in Commonwealth Games Boxing in 72 years on Wednesday when Manju Wanniarachchi (SRI) claimed a last-gasp victory
13 October 2010
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Four years ago, Northern Ireland’s boxers left Melbourne empty-handed but they could win as many as five Gold medals at the XIX Commonwealth Games
13 October 2010
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Boxers from Home Nations celebrated a successful afternoon session on Monday, but India struggled to make an impact in the semifinals at Talkatora
11 October 2010
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Manju Wanniarachchi guaranteed Sri Lanka their first Commonwealth Games Boxing medal in 60 years, while England's Callum Smith made sure of a third
11 October 2010
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Four-and-a-half days into the Delhi 2010 Boxing competition and the Indians are still firmly in the hunt for medals. Nine of the host nation's 10
9 October 2010
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The action is heating up at Delhi 2010 and our modern-day gladiators - the athletes - are in the spotlight. Here's what some stars had to say: BOXING
6 October 2010
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Impressed with the venues and all praise for the Indian boxers, International Boxing Association President Ching-Kuo Wu says he is having a gala time
6 October 2010
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Adoring home fans brought the house down by cheering their lungs out as Indian boxers opened their campaign in style with Amandeep Singh (49kg) and
5 October 2010
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