Wales’s world champ Lauren Price has landed the top award for the second year running at GB Boxing’s Annual Awards.
The 25-year-old Gwent fighter was named female Boxer of the Year after a stunning unbeaten run in 2019.
Price struck gold at the 2019 European Games in June and followed it up by winning the World Championship in Ulan-Ude in Russia in October.
Pat McCormack was named male Boxer of the Year, also for the second year running, at the awards evening.
The achievements of Price and McCormack were the high points of a superb year for GB Boxing which saw boxers from the squad win 16 medals at four major championships in 2019.
GB Boxing’s Performance Director, Rob McCracken, said: “2019 has been a fantastic year for GB Boxing that has seen our boxers win a lot of medals at some extremely tough competitions and it is great to see the boxers get rewarded for their achievements tonight.”