Round ‘N’ Bout Media on Instagram: “Katie Taylor puts her WBA and IBF titles on the line tonight against WBO champion Rose Volante #fightnight @katie_t86 📸 @roundnboutmedia…”
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This weeks #wcw is the reigning champion of Irish sports personalities @katie_t86 ! This incredible woman has shown us (and the world) what a girl can do with a lot of self-belief and courage. The athlete best known for her pugilistic achievements (she has also represented Ireland in womens soccer and played Gaelic football) is currently the Irish European world and Olympic champion in the 60kg boxing division. She has done more to change the perception of womens boxing than anyone else in…
Taylor made for glory as Ireland's boxing poster girl beats Ochigava to lightweight gold
Katie Taylor beat Sofya Ochigava to win gold for Ireland in the 60kg lightweight boxing. Taylor was behind after two rounds but she blasted back at her Russian opponent.
Irish delight as Katie Taylor wins Olympic boxing gold
They are already calling Irish lightweight gold medallist Katie Taylor 'the greatest female boxer in the world’, and her flashing fists and fast feet, allied with the green-tinged fever-pitch support which has followed her every move, has lit up the inaugural women’s boxing tournament.
Olympics: 75 athletes receive €1.57 million funding in 2015 International carding scheme - SportsNewsIRELAND
Most were pleased, some were disappointed. No surprise there as the 2015 International Carding system awards were announced by Minister Michael Ring at a media conference in Dublin.
London 2012: Katie Taylor's Olympic win ignited electricity power upheaval yesterday - Discovery | siliconrepublic.com - Ireland's Technology News Service
Katie Taylor's hometown of Bray may have suffered a power outage in the nail-biting minutes before the start of her victorious Olympic final fight yesterday, but it appears that there were also a few other electricity anomalies, according to Ireland's state-owned electricity grid operator Eirgrid.