In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

 In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.

In the spring of 1995, thirty young women entered the New York Golden Gloves championships, the most highly publicized event in amateur boxing. It was the first time that women were permitted to enter the Golden Gloves in its 68 year history. Many of the women competitors had been boxing for under a year. The boxing community embraced these women with much enthusiasm and support. It was the start of a new tradition in boxing and a historic moment for women's amateur athletics.