Day two of the Women’s Continental Championships concluded yesterday with Canada atop the standings.  The boxing tournament, featuring many of the world’s best female amateur boxers, is held in Buenos Aires, Argentina and runs through Saturday, April 2.  The maple leaf will likely shine brightly in Saturday’s finals, with the Canadian Team currently 7-0.  Windsor’s Katie Dunn led the charge last night with a gritty 24-11 decision over one of Brazil’s best boxers.  Mary Spencer takes to the ring tonight versus Elizabeth Quevedo of the United States.  Here are the results from the first two days of the Women’s Continental Championships:

Day One Results

Marie Eve Fortin (QC) defeated Domonician Republic 17-6
Sandra Bizier (QC) defeated Brazil 12-7
Genevieve Lachance (QC) defeated Puerto Rico 16-9

Day Two Results

Nancy Fortin (QC) win by walkover versus Brazil
Natalie Forget (QC) defeated USA 11-5
Katie Dunn (ON) defeated Brazil 24-11
Arienne Fortin (QC) defeated Brazil 21-3

Day Three Bouts

Michelle Nelson (SK) versus USA
Sandra Bizier (QC) versus USA
Genevieve Lachance (QC) versus USA
Mary Spencer (ON) versus USA

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