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Marshall takes World Combat Games gold

World middleweight champion Savannah Marshall claimed another boxing gold as she produced an impressive and dominating performance at the World ...

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Adams sets sights on Kom

Nicola Adams is relishing her semi-final battle with India's five-time world champion Mary Kom after making history as the first British woman t...

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Marshall beaten by Volnova

Great Britain's reigning boxing world champion Savannah Marshall suffered a 16-12 defeat in her opening women's middleweight bout to Marina Voln...

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Team GB medal hopes - day 10

Team GB remain third in the Olympic Games medal table with 37 in total after winning both gold and silver in sailing and tennis, silver in athle...

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Khan tips Brits for medal success

Amir Khan has tipped Great Britain's boxers to break the nation's post-war record by winning "seven or eight medals" at the London 2012 Games.

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Medal Record

London 2012
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  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze

Biography

 

Savannah Marshall became the first ever British female world champion with victory in China in May 2012 and did so on her 21st birthday.

Dubbed the ‘Silent Assassin’, she won world silver as a teenager in 2010 and now competes in the middleweight division after winning 30 of her 33 bouts at welterweight.