[BOXING CANADA] – Road to Tokyo: Update on Boxing Qualification System

Article via Boxing Canada | Published on May 26, 2020 Update provided by the International Olympic Committee Boxing Task Force Following the joint decision by the IOC, Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee and the Japanese Government to reschedule the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to start on 23 July 2021, and the receipt of the revised principles
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[BOXING SCENE] – Canada’s Boxing Gyms Are Carefully Weighing How To Reopen

Article by Corey Erdman – Published on May 26, 2020 The effects that COVID-19 has had on the sport of boxing have been most visible in the professional game. Fights have been cancelled, income has been lost and the momentum of many promising careers has been halted. But the greater overall impact will be felt
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Boxing Ontario | MAY 15, 2020 VIRTUAL MEMBER MEETUP: KO-COVID TOWNHALL An all-member virtual meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 28 at 8:00 pm Please plan to attend receive up to date information and participate. Use the form below to RSVP. ATTENTION ALL BOXING ONTARIO MEMBERS AND CLUBS:  We hope everyone is staying healthy and
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[CHATHAM DAILY NEWS] – KAYO Boxing Club Receives Help in Fight Against Hunger

Article by Mark Malone – Published on: May 8, 2020 Coaches in the Kent Athletic Youth Organization have traded boxing gloves for oven mitts. Coaches in the Kent Athletic Youth Organization have traded boxing gloves for oven mitts. Their gym is shuttered, so they’re staying busy by teaming with Mercato Fresh grocery store and FreeHelpCK
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[IOC NEWS] – IOC and Sports Events Organisers to Continue to Benefit From WHO Guidance on Mass Gatherings

Article courtesy of olympic.org The International Olympic Committee (IOC), together with other sporting organisations, has recently contributed to the drafting of a document published by the World Health Organization (WHO) which provides specific public health guidance for organisers of sports events. This document complements WHO’s existing guidelines on mass gatherings in the context of COVID-19.
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