Great Britain are guaranteed at least three silver medals at the Women's European Boxing Championships in Rotterdam after England flyweight Nicola Adams, one of Team GB's Olympic squad, won her semi-final bout against Bulgaria's Stoyka Petrova.
The 28-year-old won gold at the European Amateur Boxing Championships earlier this year and remains one of Team GB's brightest prospects of winning a medal in London. She came back from losing the opening round to beat Petrova 15-11 in Rotterdam.
Lisa Whiteside then followed Adams's success by winning her bout against Turkey's Malkoc Nagehan 20-10 to reach the featherweight final, while earlier, Lynsey Holdaway of Wales had progressed to the non-Olympic 48kg final by beating Romania's Steluta Duta 16-11 to keep her hopes of winning gold alive.
Britain could have a further three competitors in tomorrow's finals depending on the progress of Savannah Marshall, Natasha Jonas and Wales's Lauren Price who are in semi-final action later in the tournament.
Middleweight Marshall takes on home favourite Nouchka Fontijn, light-welterweight Jonas faces Turkey's Gulsum Tatar and Price will go up against Ukrainian Mariia Badulin
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