Youth Olympics: Muhammad Ali and Peter McGrail win bronze

2014 Youth Olympics

Venue: Nanjing, China Dates: 16-28 August 2014 Coverage: Daily highlights (09:00-10:00 and 16:00-17:00 BST from 17-28 August) on BBC Red Button; text reports and select medal-winning action on BBC Sport website and BBC News Channel. BBC One review 18:00 on 30 August

British boxers Muhammad Ali and Peter McGrail claimed bronze medals on day nine of the Youth Olympics in Nanjing.

Both shrugged off defeats - to respective reigning world junior champions - in their semi-finals to finish on the podium in China.

Ali beat Indian Gaurav Solanki in the -52kg division, and McGrail beat Salem Tamma of Algeria in their -56kg bout.

Team-mate Viddal Riley missed out on a -81kg medal, losing 2-1 to Narek Manasyan of Armenia.

It means Team GB now have 23 medals with two days of competition remaining in Nanjing - far exceeding their total of nine from the inaugural Youth Olympics in 2010.

Great Britain at the 2014 Youth Olympics

Gold Silver Bronze

Ben Dijkstra (2) (triathlon; multi-nation mixed relay triathlon)

Jessica Fullalove (2) (100m backstroke; 50m backstroke)

Ellie Downie (2) (all-round gymnastics; beam)

Giarnni Regini-Moran (3) (all-around gymnastics; floor; vault)

Women's 4x100m medley swim relay team

Abigail Stones (taekwondo)

Men's 4x100m freestyle swim relay team

Sian Rainsley (multi-nation mixed relay triathlon)

Christian McNeish (taekwondo)

Jake Saywell (mixed-nation team equestrian event)

Ellie Downie (vault)

Peter Miles (mixed-nation team judo)

Francesca Summers (modern pentathlon)

Luke Greenbank (200m backstroke)

Giarnni Regini-Moran (2) ( high bar; parallel bar)

Muhammad Ali (-52kg boxing)

Peter McGrail (-56kg boxing)

Ali, 18, became a world junior silver medallist earlier this year and says he is only now beginning to get used to the scrutiny that comes with success - and his famous name.

"I used to hate all of the attention but now I'm enjoying it and just want to keep going out there and winning," he told BBC Sport.

McGrail, 18, who suffered a controversial split-decision loss on Sunday, admitted his third-place finish was bittersweet.

"I came for the gold medal, but to be on the podium is still a huge honour," he said.

"I don't know if Rio [2016 Olympics] will come too soon as I'm still a junior, but I will become a senior before then and can't wait to go to another Games."

On the penultimate day of competition British archer Bradley Denny will look to contest for a medal in the men's individual competition.

Modern pentathlon silver medallist Francesca Summers will also return for the mixed-team event and compete alongside international competitors for a further medal.