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

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

Claressa Shields, boxing, olympics, featured in the Body Issue 2016: Fully…

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…

Claressa Shields forms strong bond with coach she once clashed with | NBC Olympics

Claressa Shields forms strong bond with coach she once clashed with | NBC Olympics

Claressa Shields Interview - Claressa Shields Boxing - Seventeen

"They Said Boxing Was For Boys"

Claressa Shields already owns a piece of the history books as the first American woman to win gold in boxing and become the first American boxer (male or female) ever to win gold in back-to-back Olympic Games ...She has inspired her hometown of Flint and women across the world with her story of overcoming a difficult childhood and intense adversity to become the greatest female boxer in the world.

Claressa Shields already owns a piece of the history books as the first American woman to win gold in boxing and become the first American boxer (male or female) ever to win gold in back-to-back Olympic Games ...She has inspired her hometown of Flint and women across the world with her story of overcoming a difficult childhood and intense adversity to become the greatest female boxer in the world.

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

Column: Remember when people said boxing was dead?

Claressa Shields shares how her journey is about more than just what happens in the ring | Essence.com

Network: Olympic Gold Medalist Claressa Shields on How to Be a Champion

Claressa Shields shares how her journey is about more than just what happens in the ring | Essence.com

Boxer Claressa Shields, age 17, clawed her way out of hardscrabble Flint Michigan to win the first ever Olympic gold medal for women's middleweight boxing. She has won 31 fights -- and lost only one. "That fight made me work so much harder when I got back to the gym, even though I cried and I was sad. It made me hungrier."

Boxer Claressa Shields, age 17, clawed her way out of hardscrabble Flint Michigan to win the first ever Olympic gold medal for women's middleweight boxing. She has won 31 fights -- and lost only one. "That fight made me work so much harder when I got back to the gym, even though I cried and I was sad. It made me hungrier."

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