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Claressa Shields. 2016 Rio Olympics Gold Medalist. Congratulations!!! ❤️

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Claressa Shields

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“T-Rex” is an intimate coming-of-age story about a new kind of American heroine. For the first time ever, women’s boxing is included in the 2012 Olympics. Fighting for gold from the U.S. is Claressa “T-Rex” Shields, just 17 years old, and by far the youngest competitor. From the streets of Flint, Michigan, Claressa is undefeated and utterly confident. Her fierceness extends beyond the ring. She desperately wants to take her family to a better, safer place and winning gold could be her only…

Claressa Shields

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from Boxingjunkie

Claressa Shields wins second consecutive Women's World Championships gold medal

BLACK MATTERS — Claressa Shields becomes first U.S. boxer to win two gold medals! Rio Olympics 2016

Claressa Shields - Olympic Games Rio 2016

Claressa Shields [*1st African American female boxer to win an Olympic gold medal (2012)] | ESPN The Magazine, "The Body Issue" - Summer 2016 | photo by Simon McDermott-Johnson || links/source: (1) http://espn.go.com/espn/photos/gallery/_/id/16797886/image/45/jab-cross-bodies-want-2016 (2) http://espn.go.com/espn/bodyissue #Boxing || Independent Lens / PBS movie about her: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/films/t-rex-her-fight-for-gold/

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claressa Shields, USA vann guldet i damernas boxning mellanvikt 69-75kg, silver Nouchka Fontijn, Nederländerna, brons Dariga Shakimova, Kazakstan och Li Qian, Kina.

from nytimes.com

Women Have Been Boxing in the Shadows for Too Long

Professional women’s boxing has never been easy to sell. But if the sport’s officials were smart, they’d recognize that they need fighters like the Olympian Claressa Shields.

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from espnW

Boxer Claressa Shields talks life in Flint and winning gold medals -- ESPN Body Issue

Claressa Shields, boxing, olympics, featured in the Body Issue 2016: Fully Exposed on ESPN the Magazine

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