Debut over, Olympic women boxers look to final
LONDON (AP) — The first Olympic women's boxers have little time to enjoy the history they made in their debut.
They've all got to fight for medals on Monday.
World champions Katie Taylor of Ireland, Ren Cancan of China and Savannah Marshall of Britain lead the 24 remaining women into the quarterfinals, where winners earn a guarantee that they'll leave the landmark tournament with hardware.
"There's no time to enjoy anything," said Natasha Jonas, the British lightweight. "Making history, breaking records, that's all great, but I'm here to fight."