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Caroline Dubois: "What makes me stronger is bumps in the road"

Youth Olympics champion Caroline Dubois comes from a family with a rich boxing tradition. When she began boxing at the age of nine she had to disguise herself as a boy called "Colin" just to get started. Boxing gyms did not allow girls to train back then. "It is not a gender thing. It is just about talent," she tells us.

Caroline Dubois: "What makes me stronger is bumps in the road"

Youth Olympics champion Caroline Dubois comes from a family with a rich boxing tradition. When she began boxing at the age of nine she had to disguise herself as a boy called "Colin" just to get started. Boxing gyms did not allow girls to train back then. "It is not a gender thing. It is just about talent," she tells us.

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