The Pakistani government supported a female boxing event for the first time, according to local media reports. It took place at a Karachi camp that trains girls between the ages of 8 and 17, in the hopes of training the first-ever female boxer to win an international medal for Pakistan. The coaches say they see this as a step on the path to giving girls in Pakistan equal opportunity to boys.
Story by Adam Banicki and A.C. Fowler, and editing by A.C. Fowler
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