One spot at stake
CLEVELAND -- The 10 new members of the U.S. boxing team gathered in the ring Saturday at the Olympic Box-offs for their first team photograph, their menacing clenched fists betrayed by ecstatic smiles.
Only a welterweight was missing -- and once he's in the picture, the fighters and their coaches can focus on a long summer of hard work.
In the only match of the second day of competition at the Cleveland State Convocation Center, Austin Trout of Las Cruces, N.M., beat Brooklyn's Cory ...
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