Nicola Adams

Clara Amfo, Nicola Adams, Jamie Laing, Bill Bailey and Jacqui Smith are among the stars who'll be taking to the floor this year.
The Olympic gold medallist thanked the BBC for helping her "break boundaries in the entertainment industry.”
The presenter is the fourth celeb to be confirmed for this year’s series of the BBC dance show.
Love Island's Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling and Radio 2's Zoe Ball are among those joining the Channel 4 show.
Get ready to feel empowered with a host of inspiring interviews as the podcast returns for its second series, with exclusive chats with actress and presenter Emily Atack and  double-Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams.
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Robert Webb has been forced to leave Strictly on medical grounds.
The awards were handed out at the ceremony in London on Friday night.
Nicola Adams shares the story of her incredible journey to Olympic glory and how she changed both the public’s perception of the sport, and the opinion of promoter Frank Warren, an outspoken critic of women’s boxing.
Sharing with others what you're going through is a great way of overcoming and dealing with it. The impact of 'You Look Disgusting" meant that a lot of the online abuse actually ended due to the film. And I was completely blown away by the support - I had no idea that I would ever reach over 26 million views - and touched that so many women related to what I was saying.
Yorkshire Day is upon us once again, a day to celebrate everything that’s great about the region modestly known as God’s
In our WISE WORDS interview series, we pose a string of questions to a host of celebrities from a variety of different fields
Beaming with pride as she walks through the door, Nicola Adams has an air of confidence as we meet on level 42 of the Leadenhall
It’s proving to be an historic year for women’s sport. So before our attention is completely swallowed up by the mounting
As we head towards our first anniversary, Sportswomen returned to the all new Sky Sports News HQ studio for a third series today at the new time of 11.30am. This series of the show promises to showcase the very best in women's' sport and there couldn't be a better time for us to return! This summer produced some of the best ever results in women's sport and we're excited to be able to celebrate key successes.
With UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 in full swing, Marion Bartoli’s Wimbledon triumph still fresh in our minds and the first anniversary
The power of female athletes to draw audiences in London 2012 highlights the appetite for women's sport. However, the current lack of coverage is creating a glass ceiling effect. The lack of exposure on the playing field is reflected in the boardroom with few women in senior positions at sports clubs and governing bodies.
As mentioned in previous posts, for the last few weeks, I have been taking boxing lessons with Naomi Gibson, aka Girls in Gloves, at the very charming Body Studio in Shoreditch (which, if you're interested in having a go at boxing classes, but maybe put off by the prospect of a bunch of sweaty brutes leering at you, is a really friendly and non-intimidating venue to try it out).
Team GB's London 2012 Olympic legacy has propelled medal heroes Laura Trott, Jade Jones and Nicola Adams to the front of