SSS provide a safe environment for training and competition in the sport of boxing, whether for experienced boxers or newcomers to the sport. All clubs are affiliated to Amateur Boxing Scotland. Female Boxing is becoming increasingly popular, both competitively and as a form of gym-based training. Contact : sssboxingchair gmail. Governing body : Boxing Scotland. The full scoring policy can be downloaded HERE.
Charlie Flynn joins Boxing Scotland to bring new generation through
Charlie Flynn joins Boxing Scotland to bring new generation through - Daily Record
The Commonwealth Games is one of the biggest multi-sport events in the world, held once every four years. Established in , the Team Scotland Youth Trust is a registered charity which supports talented young Scottish athletes through scholarships and awards. Boxing is a core sport in the Commonwealth Games and has been included in every Games since their inception in Scotland has won at least one medal at every Games and it is the only sport to have this impressive record. Boxing has also been included at every edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games, with the exception of the first Games held in Edinburgh in Scottish boxers have won a medal in every Youth Games where the sport has been included.
There are currently affiliated boxing clubs in Scotland and the sport is one of the fastest-growing in the country. This has led to increased membership at existing clubs, as well as the need to set up new clubs where there is a growing interest in Olympic Style Boxing. This section provides assistance on how to set up, run and develop a club. If you need further information or advice, please refer to the documentation provided in this section or contact the Boxing Scotland office on : and we will gladly assist you. Before beginning the process of establishing a new club, it is important to ensure that you ask the following questions:.
The year-old Commonwealth Gold medalist is hoping to share his experiences with the next group of young hopefuls. Charlie Flynn has joined an elite coaching set-up with Boxing Scotland to bring through the next generation. Flynn, who turned professional after the Glasgow games, will work with the best young amateur boxers in the country and also support talented teenagers who are still boxing at school and junior level. He will be able to share his experience as a successful amateur, which included silver at the Commonwealth Youth Games and saw him juggle boxing with work commitments at the Royal Mail.