Top seed: Buse Naz Cakiroglu
Buse Naz Cakiroglu will represent Turkey at the 2020 Olympics and is the first female boxer to fight for her nation at the Games.
Busenaz Surmeneli is the second to fight for Turkey this summer at welterweight.
Cakiroglu, 25, won gold at the 2019 European Games, 2017 EU Championships and earned silver at the 2019 World Championships.
The last Turkish boxer to win an Olympic medal was featherweight Yakup Kilic at Beijing in 2008 when he won bronze.
Most talked about: Charley Davison
The 27-year-old has one of the most inspirational stories of the Olympics.
Having been a sparring partner for double Olympic champion Nicola Adams, Charley Davison decided to take a seven year break to begin a family. She has since had three children.
Davison - a former teammate of Olympian Anthony Ogogo in Lowestoft - returned to the sport in 2018 and won an English senior boxing title within 12 months.
In December 2019, she was added to the Team GB squad.
Davison sealed her place in Tokyo by claiming silver at the European qualifiers and is excited to showcase her skills on the biggest stage.
"I am determined and 100 per cent would love to bring home a gold medal. Before I get into that ring, all I think about is those three children.
"It is not just for me, it is for them as well. This could change my life as well as theirs if I win a medal."
One to watch: Ginny Fuchs
The American is a southpaw who has power. At 33, Fuchs is still improving and receives regular advice from boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya.
She won the 2015 Golden Gloves and reached the US National final in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Despite missing out on the 2016 Olympics, Fuchs won gold in the Rio test event and boasts wins over five-time world champion Mary Kom and Chinese contender Chang Yuan.
Fuchs, who will captain Team USA, can fulfill her dream of standing on the podium with a medal this summer.