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Man dies after shooting at gym of boxer's father

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A 30-year-old man has died after a shooting at an Irish gym founded by the father of world boxing champion Katie Taylor.

Two other men, aged 35 and 57, were also injured in the shooting at Bray Boxing Club in County Wicklow, which happened at 06:55 local time on Tuesday.

Gym founder Pete Taylor is one of those injured.

It is believed the attacker entered the club and fired a number of shots.

His daughter, Katie, is the woman's unified lightweight champion and won gold at the 2012 London Olympics.

Irish police said that the suspected attacker left the scene of the shooting in a silver-coloured Volkswagen van with Northern Ireland registration plates.

A forensic examination of the scene is being carried out by gardaĂ­ (Irish police).

Who is Katie Taylor?
For many people, the 2012 Olympics in London was their first introduction to Katie Taylor.

She won gold in the lightweight division while cheered on by a roof-raising Irish crowd at the Excel Exhibition Centre in London.

But the Bray-born boxer was a highly-successful and dominant amateur fighter leading up to her Olympic success after being trained by her father Pete.

He was in her corner during her run to the gold medal in London as well as when she claimed five world championship gold medals.

The pair split in 2016 months before the Rio Olympics, in which she was surprisingly beaten in the quarter-finals.

In October 2016, Ms Taylor turned professional. She had been linked with a move to the professional ranks since missing out on a medal in Rio.

She won her first world title as a professional in October 2017, outpointing Argentina's Anahi Sanchez.

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