Claressa Shields

Flint’s Claressa Shields Wins Boxing Gold
Earlier today, Flint's Claressa Shields won the first ever middleweight gold medal in women's Olympic boxing.
The 17-year-old Flint Northwestern student won the bout with 33-year-old Russian Nadezda Torlopova easily with a score of 19-12 according to ESPN.
Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program
Celebrate Flint sports legends including today's historic gold medal win by Flint teen Claressa Shields with guests Mayor Dayne Walling and long time area sportscaster Tom Skinner on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday August 9 beginning at 6 p...
Flint Boxer Shields Officially an Olympian
Flint boxer Claressa Shields is officially an Olympian according to the Detroit News.
The 17-year-old is heading to London after England's Savannah Marshall - who beat Shields in a preliminary bout - won her semifinal match to advance to the championship fight in the middleweight division in Chi…
Flint’s Shields Still Has Chance for Olympic Spot
Olympic hopeful Claressa Shields is still in the hunt for a spot on the 2012 Olympic Team according to the Detroit News.
The Flint boxer lost a preliminary bout on Sunday at the women's world championships in China. The good news is the other four entrants from the America's - North, Centra…

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