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Hackney-born Viddal Riley travels to the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games off the back of a successful first half of 2014.

The 17-year-old won silver at the Junior European Championships in Anapa, Russia in April before going on to win a box-off at the AIABA Youth World Championships in Sofia last month to seal his place at Nanjing 2014.

Anapa represented Viddal’s first major international tournament medal success and the Londoner joins up with two other British champions to complete the boxing squad for Nanjing.