Boxing looking to clean up its act before 2012


DECEMBER 22 - THE International Amateur Boxing Association's (AIBA) new president Ching-Kuo Wu (pictured)has set up a reform committee and appointed International Olympic Committee executive board member Gerhard Heiberg as its chairman as the sport aims to repair its tarnished reputation.

Boxing sign historic deal with the Royal Navy


NOVEMBER 11 - LONDON'S HMS President provided the striking setting for the launch of a unique partnership between the Royal Navy and the Amateur Boxing Association of England which should help the country's best young boxers prepare for the 2012 Olympics.

Women to press for boxing to be included in 2012


altNOVEMBER 17 - THE International Boxing Association (AIBA) plans to use the Women's World Championships beginning in India tomorrow to press for inclusion in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi and the 2012 Olympics in London.

Gavin reaches World Boxing final


altNOVEMBER 2 - BIRMINGHAM lightweight Frankie Gavin (pictured) produced the performance of the tournament so far to claim a place in the final of the World Amateur Championships in Chicago tonight.

Hickey set to make surprise return to boxing

Luke CampbellDECEMBER 30 - KEVIN HICKEY is expected next week to be named as the new performance director at the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE), ending a 20-year absence from the sport as he is given the job of looking after London 2012 prospects like Luke Campbell (pictured).

Boxing hit by huge London 2012 corruption scandal

By Tom Degun

AIBA_logoSeptember 22 - The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has been rocked to the core after BBC Newsnight alleged tonight that it has uncovered evidence of secret payments of millions of dollars from Azerbaijan in exchange for two boxing Olympic gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics.

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