Team Canada’s elite men’s boxing team will step into the boxing ring against Team Germany at the twenty-third annual Ken Goff Memorial Boxing Classic (KGMBC), hosted by the Regina Boxing Club. The KGMBC is on Friday, May 13, 2016 at 8 p.m. at the Credit Union EventPlex in
Regina Boxing Club's Kristi Jakubowski is the 2015 Saskatchewan Gold Gloves champion in the 75kg weight division. Jakubowski stepped into the boxing ring against Melanie Regier (Prince Albert) on January 31, 2015 in Prince Albert, SK.
Photo credit: Prince Albert Daily Herald
Regina Boxing Club boxer, Joshua Ravelo is the 2014 Canadian Junior C Champion, earning a position on the Canadian Junior Team. Ravelo defeated Ontario boxer, Hunter Lee in a split decision, 2-1 in the 57kg weight category, after progressing to the final competition upon defeating Manitoba boxer,
Boxing Canada will make history in Regina at the 2014 Elite Men’s & Women’s Canadian Boxing Championships
The Regina Boxing Club (RBC) will host the 2014 Elite Men’s and Women’s Canadian Boxing Championships, at the Orr Centre in Regina, SK, October 22-26, 2013.
Boxing and mixed martial arts both professional and amateur, are sports that demands energy from the explosive energy systems. Rounds can last from 3, three-minute rounds for the amateur to 15 rounds for the professional. Some tournaments require competing daily, however, this is
Bodybuilding.com expolores the physical and mental health benefits boxing fitness creates...
One of the world's oldest, and most celebrated sports, boxing, has proven to be popular among many people, for a variety of reasons. From its emergence in ancient Greece, through early 18-century
Regina Boxing Club members are eligiable to receive up to $150 for the cost of Olympic Style Boxing, Fitness Boxing, and Young Athletes classes from the Actve Families Benefits Program. The Government of Saskatchewan is improving accessibility to cultural, recreational, and sports activities for
Pat Fiacco has been elected - again.
Fiacco, who was the mayor of Regina from 2000 to 2012, was elected to a four-year term as president of Boxing Canada on Saturday.
The president used to serve a two-year term. Under that arrangement, Fiacco assumed the presidency in 2011. He has