COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Women's boxing, one of the success stories of London 2012, has been added to the programme for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014.
The sport made its Olympic bow at this year's Olympics with Nicola Adams winning flyweight gold for Britain.
Now the Leeds pugilist can fight for Commonwealth gold in Scotland in two years' time after the Commonwealth Games Federation confirmed its inclusion for the first time.
"Women boxers have reached world-class levels," said Dr Ching-Kuo Wu, president of the International Amateur Boxing Federation.
"The Commonwealth Games will be another opportunity for these athletes to showcase their talents."
As in London, the Glasgow Games will feature three boxing weight categories for women - flyweight, lightweight and middleweight.
Ireland's Katie Taylor won gold for Ireland in the lightweight division, while Claressa Shields of the US won at middleweight.
Both the Olympic and Commonwealth men's boxing tournament feature 10 weight divisions, and Wu confirmed he would push for there to be at least six weight categories for women at the Olympics in Rio in 2016.