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  1. Who are the ones to watch?

    Elite boxers

    Chelsey Heijnen v Oriance Lungu

    Amy Andrew (Haringey) – Won the England Boxing National Amateur Championships at her weight this April. Has represented New Zealand in a World Championships.

    Nina Hughes (Chadwell St Mary) – An experienced campaigner, aged 37, who has represented England. Hughes retired at 34 but returned when the upper age limit for competitive boxers was changed to 40.

    Chelsey Heijnen (Aleco) – Dutch boxer who won at the inaugural event last year. Is a former European champion, who won bronze at Elite level in the Europeans this year.

    Oriance Lungu (Haringey) - Won the England Boxing National Amateur Championships at her weight for the first time this year.

    Hannah Shield (Birtley) – England international who lost in this year’s England Boxing National Amateur Championships final to Lungu.

    Jem Campbell (Islington) – Won her first year’s England Boxing National Amateur Championships title in April.

    Cindy Ngamba (North West Region Warriors) - Cameroon-born boxer who won the England Boxing National Amateur Championships (NACs) by stopping Carly Ogogo, sister of Olympic medallist Anthony Ogogo.

  2. Women's Winter Box Cup - all you need to know

    Raven Chapman v Amy Andrew

    The England Boxing Women's Winter Box Cup made its debut in 2018 and attracted enough interest for it to become an annual event.

    The women and girls-only event was the first of its type in the UK when established and is open to boxers across a variety of age groups and weights.

    The aim is to build awareness of women's boxing, develop the strength in depth of of the sport and inspire other women and girls to get involved.

    More than 160 boxers took part in the maiden event last year in Manchester, with entries coming from countries including Ireland, Latvia, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Spain.

    Shona Whitwell from St Ives won the belt for the competition's best boxer.

    This year, the entry limit of 250 was reached well before the start of the tournament, which takes place at the Guildford Spectrum.

  3. BBC coverage

    All times are GMT and subject to change

    BBC Sport

    BBC Sport has live coverage of the Women's Winter Box Cup on the BBC Sport website, mobile app and Connected TV.

    Saturday, 7 December

    12:00-19:00, BBC Sport website, mobile app and Connected TV.

    Sunday, 8 December

    11:00-18:00, BBC Sport website, mobile app and Connected TV.

  4. Is boxing for you?

    Get Inspired


    Video content

    Video caption: Boxer Lawrence Okolie on being bullied at school for his weight

    There are hundreds of gyms all over the United Kingdom just waiting to set budding boxers on the right path.

    One of the sport's biggest appeals is that there are different weight categories, which means boxing is for everyone.

    You don't need to put yourself in harm's way to enjoy it - most people use the sport as a way of improving their fitness and never actually set foot in the ring to compete.

    Skipping, hitting the punch bag or pads and different exercise drills are used in training and beginners can take it at their own pace.

    Club finders in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland will help you get started.