British flyweight Nicola Adams claimed her maiden world title today ©AIBA


Kazakhstan's Nazym Kyzaibay (centre, left) successfully retained her light flyweight crown ©AIBA

Bantamweight Dina Zholaman won Kazakhstan's second gold medal with success over Bulgaria's Stoyka Petrova ©AIBA

France's Estelle Mossely saw off the challenge of Russia's Anastasiia Beliakova to secure top honours at lightweight ©AIBA

Mossely (centre, left) was joined on the podium by Ireland's Katie Taylor (centre, right), who she beat in yesterday's semi-finals ©AIBA

Ireland's Kellie Harrington had to settle for a silver medal in light welterweight category ©AIBA

United States' Olympic champion Claressa Shields won middleweight gold ©AIBA

China's Xiaoli Yang (red) beat Australia's Kaye Scott to seal the defence of her light heavyweight title ©AIBA

In all, 10 women's world boxing champions were crowned today ©AIBA

But it was the performance of Adams (red) against Thailand's Peamwilai Laopeam that stole the headlines ©AIBA