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  1. Frazer Clarke finally ready to make debut after injury

    Frazer Clarke

    Super-heavyweight Frazer Clarke feels ready to make his World Boxing Championships debut having feared his career was over in 2017.

    Clarke, 28, was understudy to Anthony Joshua and Joe Joyce in the Great Britain squad, then injury hit after he succeeded them as number-one choice.

    "I detached my hamstring - it was career-threatening and the worst year of my life," Clarke said.

    Read more here.

  2. BBC Coverage

    BBC Sport

    BBC Sport will bring you action from the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals of the 2019 Men’s World Championships across the Red Button, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app.

    You can also catch-up on all the action for 30 days on the BBC iPlayer.

    Wednesday 18, September

    Quarter- finals: Session 1 – 11:00-14:00

    Quater-finals: Session 2 – 15:00-18:00

    Friday 20, September

    Semi-finals: Session 1 – 11:00-14:00

    Semi-finals: Session 2 – 15:00-18:00

    Saturday 21, September

    Finals – 11:00-14:00

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into boxing

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Is it for me?

    There are different weight categories which means boxing is for everyone.

    You don't need to get hurt to enjoy boxing. But most people use the sport as a way of fitness rather than getting in the ring and or competing.

    Skipping, hitting the punch bag or pads and different exercise drills are used in training and beginners can take it at their own pace.

    There are hundreds of gyms all over the United Kingdom. Club finders in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland will help you get started.

    Check out our guide here to find out more.

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    Video caption: Boxer Lawrence Okolie on being bullied at school for his weight