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Taylor Wins
By Bernard O'Neill
July 13, 2009

     
   
   
   
   

(JULY 13) Katie Taylor maintained one of the most consistent runs in World amateur boxing after claiming gold at the Russian Multi Nations at the Sports Palace in St Petersburg on July 11th.   The World and European champion chalked up her 39th victory in a row - and her 60th win in the last 61 bouts - after beating Russian lightweight Natalie Bondareva 6-3.

Bondereva was obliged to take two standing counts in the first round of today's 60Kg final.

Meantime, Taylor, who boxes out of the Bray BC, also scooped the best technical boxer award.

Today's win marks the fourth time in a row that the 23 year old Irish woman has beaten an opponent from the host nation in their own backyard.

Taylor scored 59 points and conceded 20 in four bouts in four days in St Petersburg.

Bondareva was the second Russian opponent she beat at the Sports Palace this week.

The Irish team will arrived home via Dublin Airport at 7.45pm tomorrow evening (July 12th).

July 8th: Last 16
60Kg: Katie Taylor (Ireland) beat Dong Cheng (China) 10-2

July 9th: Quarter Final
60Kg: Katie Taylor (Ireland) beat Ayzanet Gadzhieva (Russia) 17-4

July 10th: Semi Final
60Kg: Katie Taylor (Ireland) beat Alexandra Sidorenko (Ukraine) 26-11

July 11th: Final
60Kg: Katie Taylor (Ireland) beat Natalie Bondareva (Russia) 6-3

Irish squad

60Kg: Katie Taylor
Coaches: Peter Taylor & Pat Ryan

 
     
     
   
 
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