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Positive thinking key for Marshall at World Championships

Savannah Marshall believes a more relaxed approach is paying dividends as she prepares to retain her middleweight title at next month’s World Bo...

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Whiteside hoping to make an impression on Adams and co

Lisa Whiteside is determined to make the most of Nicola Adams’ injury and leave her mark at next month’s Women’s World Boxing Championship in So...

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COUNTDOWN TO RIO: SUMMER SPORTS WEEK IN REVIEW

Laura Trott admitted she needed to stop letting things go down to the wire as she defended her European omnium title by a single point in Guadel...

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Team GB Confirm Competing Sports for European Games 2015

The British Olympic Association (BOA) can today announce the 14 sports/20 disciplines chasing qualification to represent Team GB in next year’s ...

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Adams relishing having target on her back leading into Rio

Currently sidelined following shoulder surgery, Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams has warned her rivals there is room for even more improveme...

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Biography

David ‘Dynamite’ Price won a bronze medal at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the super heavyweight-boxing category. Since Beijing he has turned professional, he won his first professional fight in March. In 2003 Price became the youngest ever A.B.A champion at his weight category, he also won the Commonwealth Confederations tournament in Kuala Lumpur. 2004 was a disappointing when Price lost to Roberto Cammarelle in the quarterfinals of the European Championships in Bulgaria, the defeat prevented him from qualifying for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. In 2005, Price won his second A.B.A title and two weeks later, he went on to win the 4 Nations Championships. In 2006, Price won the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and his winning streak continued when he won his third A.B.A title later that year. At six foot eight, Price has been dubbed the ‘beanpole’ of British boxing.