"Jonas took up boxing in 2005 and by 2010 she had won five ABA Championships in the 64 kg Division for Liverpool club Rotunda ABC. In November 2009 she became the first female boxer to compete for GB Boxing. In the same year she claimed gold in the 64 kg division at the 2009 Women's European Union Amateur Boxing Championships in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria, after she overcame Csilla Csejtei of Hungary in the final. Jonas another gold medal in the inaugural GB Amateur Boxing Championships in 2010, when she pipped rival Amanda Coulson by one point in an exciting bout in front of her home fans at Liverpool's Echo Arena."


Natasha Jonas, known as Tasha to her friends, is a talented female amateur boxer who was born and raised in Liverpool (England). Her focus for the last few years has been to compete in the London 2012 Olympics and also looking to attend the Commonwealth Games 2014.

Natasha was a Gold medallist at the EU Championship in 2011 and 2009. She has won the ABAE (Amateur Boxing Association of England) Championship four times (2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007) and won the GB Championship in 2010. Her ambition of winning a Gold Medal at the 2012 Olympics is within reach.

Natasha’s ability and past achievements have brought her to the attention of many, locally and nationally. She is a great ambassador to her sport and a role model to young kids in her local community.