Katie Taylor exchanges punches with Yana Allekseevna, Azerbaijan, during their 60kg lightweight final at the  Women’s World Boxing Championships in  Jeju, Korea. Photograph: Paul Mohan/Sportsfile

Bray boxer overcomes hand injury and tough opponent to triumph in tactical battle

After only facing three rounds in her last two bouts Katie Taylor is fresh heading into her World Championship final against Azerbaijan’s Yana Allekseevna

Bray boxer has plenty left in the tank as she looks for her fifth world title

 Ireland’s Katie Taylor is declared the winner after a fourth round stoppage of Jinhua Yin of China in Jeju, South Korea.  Photograph: Doug McDermott / Inpho

Ireland’s Olympic gold medal winner into her fifth World Championship final after a win over China’s Junhua Yin

 Katie Taylor at her team hotel ahead of her semi-final bout against China’s Jinhua Yin tomorrow in the  2014 AIBA Elite Women’s World Boxing Championships, Jeju, Korea. Photograph: Paul Mohan/Sportsfile

Sofya Ochigava no-show gives Taylor chance to get ready for Junhua Yin in Jeju

Katie Taylor will now face China’s Jinhua Yin for a place in the final. Photograph: Octavian Cocolos/Inpho

Katie Taylor was due to meet Russia’s Sofya Ochigava today in a repeat of the London 2012 Olympic final

Michaela Walsh: “I lost on a split decision when I was clearly the most dominant boxer and knocked her down in the last round. Boxing can be cruel.” Photo: Ian McNicol/Inpho

Azerbaijani counter puncher gets the nod after a tight contest

Taylor will now prepare for a quarter-final fight tomorrow. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Taylor to face Sofya Ochigava in quarter finals of Women’s World Championship

Fish tanks outside  seafood restaurants in Jeju City. “The king crab are unlikely celebrities.” Photograph: Getty Images

You might meet Katie Taylor running along streets, alone with her ‘me time’

“It’s devastating to have won but now I can’t continue and deep down it is hard to take”

The eye cut picked up in her successful first round bout required stitches and hospital treatment

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