Lowestoft boxer Charley Davison is aiming for Olympic glory again after she won a place at next summer's Paris games.

The 29-year-old was selected after she triumphed with GB Boxing at the European Games in her latest bout.

GB Boxing had selected 13 men and women to compete at the European Games in Krakow, Poland, and have an opportunity to secure qualification for next summer’s Olympic Games in Paris.

Davison, a mother-of three, was selected to box in the bantamweight 54kg class.

She clinched her Olympic place after beating Swedish boxer Zehra Milli in a unanimous decision in a quarter-final bout.

She is the only member of the team with experience of competing at the Olympic Games as she took part in the Tokyo games, where she got through to the second round.

The British boxers are part of a contingent of 178 athletes representing Team GB at the multi-sport event, which runs from June 21 to July 2, with a total of 44 places to box at Paris 2024 being on offer.