Kazakhstan has an extraordinary Olympic record at welterweight. The medal won by Daniyar Yeleussinov was the fourth consecutive gold won at the weight by the nation following the previous victories of Bakhtiyar Artayev, Bakhyt Sarsekbayev and Serik Sapiyev. Boxer Yeleussinov Wins Kazakhstan’s Third Gold at Riohttps://t.co/ExOCRy5YKH#Kazakhstan pic.twitter.com/r2pPoTbQoT — The Astana Times (@TheAstanaTimes) August 19, 2016 Yeleussinov, 25, is the […]Read more "The best boxing prospects from the 2016 Rio Olympics: Daniyar Yeleussinov"
Adilbek Niyazmbetov must want a voodoo doll of Julio César La Cruz. Niyazmbetov is one of the greatest amateur boxers in the world. He earned silver medals at the World Championships in both 2011 and 2013, and silver again at the Rio Olympics. Each time, he was beaten to gold by La Cruz. #Rio2016 #OlympicGames FINALSMen's 81kg – Julio LA CRUZ #CUB WP […]Read more "The best boxing prospects from the 2016 Rio Olympics: Julio César La Cruz"
Joshua Buatsi entered the Olympic Games as a green amateur expected to make a quick exit. He left Rio three weeks later a bronze medalist, and the hottest prospect in British boxing. Two years ago he wasn't even on the GB team. Now he's an Olympic medalist. This is where hard work gets you. pic.twitter.com/XaufizV9Oa — […]Read more "The best boxing prospects from the 2016 Rio Olympics: Joshua Buatsi"
Claresa Shields is now a two-time Olympic gold medalist. A major motion picture based on her life story is in the works. And she’s still just 21-years-old. .@Claressashields brought her London #Gold medal to celebrate being first #USA boxer to win back-to-back Golds. 🙌🙌 pic.twitter.com/1oMG9oVcRU — NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) August 21, 2016 Victory in Rio made Shields […]Read more "The best boxing prospects from the 2016 Rio Olympics: Claressa Shields"
The summer edition of the Noclor Research Newsletter is now online. This issue looks at some major changes in the world of research, including the impact of Brexit on medical research, a “gagging” clause on researchers that was narrowly averted, the latest on a “game-changer” HIV drug and a big drop in antibiotic prescriptions. Within our partner Trusts, Stefan Priebe […]Read more "Noclor Research Newsletter – Summer edition"
The wheelchair basketball game between London Sparrows and Brixton Ballers should have started by now, but a tardy referee has delayed the tip-off. The Sparrows’ moustachioed player-coach Amir is overseeing an extended warm-up while they wait. “We’re gonna have fun, but at the same time work. No one gets easy shots!” he barks at a […]Read more "The London Sparrows: a wheelchair basketball team questions the Paralympics legacy"
The latest issue of the Noclor Research Newsletter is now online. The spring edition features the latest research news from London and beyond. We review the first of a series of Noclor health conversations with Sir Harry Burns, a leading expert on the links between between social deprivation, poverty and ill-health, addressing the question: What […]Read more "Noclor Research Newsletter – Spring edition"