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GB Boxing's magic moments of London 2012
Page last updated at 10:38AM UTC, Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Cure the post-Olympic blues by revisiting some of the magic created by the GB Boxing team at this summer's Games.
Nicola Adams' historic flyweight final against Ren Cancan made the Leeds boxer a household name and the first ever woman boxer to win a gold medal at an Olympic Games.
Luke Campbell had a thrilling bantamweight final against Ireland's John Joe Nevin, securing a gold medal, a gold post box and a gold phone kiosk for Hull with his efforts.
Anthony Joshua's super heavyweight showdown with veteran Italian Roberto Cammarelle left the crowd on the edge of their seats. When the decision went to the Finchley boxer, the crowd erupted.
Anthony Ogogo's semi final was a struggle against Brazilian Esquiva Falcao Florentino, but the Lowestoft middleweight left London 2012 the proud owner of an Olympic bronze medal, making him a hero in his home town of Lowestoft.
Fred Evans narrowly missed out on a gold medal in his final against Kazakhstan's Serik Sapiyev, but made Welsh boxing history by securing silver.
Women's boxing was the winner when Natasha Jonas and Katie Taylor took crowd noise above 'safe' levels as they battled for a medal in the lightweight quarter finals.