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Sportsmail look back one of the greatest British sporting careers to date as Amir Khan retires


RIATH AL-SAMARRAI: From becoming an Olympic silver medallist at 17 to holding the WBA and IBF light-welterweight belts at 24… Amir Khan is calling it quits on one of the greatest British sporting careers to date after losing three of his last six fights

  • Amir Khan confirmed his retirement from boxing at the age of 35 on Friday 
  • Khan said it was time to ‘hang up the gloves’ in a statement on social media 
  • The decision came after he lost to his long-term rival Kell Brook in February
  • Khan had an great career that saw him come a Olympic silver medallist at 17
  • He also became a unified holder of WBA and IBF light-welterweight belts at 24

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