Boxers shortlisted for CAC Games

Eleven amateur boxers yesterday commenced training for possible selection to represent Guyana at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in March. They also have a chance to be selected for other international tournaments.

The names were released by the Guyana Amateur Boxing Association yesterday.

The 11 boxers are: Theresa London, Delon Charles and Lawrence Steward of Forgotten Youth Foundation, Dennis Thomas of the Guyana Police Force Boxing Gym, Clairmont Gibson, Bert Braithwaite, Eion Bancroft, Ron Smith and Omar Charles of the Guyana Defence Force Boxing Gym and Imran Khan and Stefan Gouevia of the Harpy Eagles Boxing Gym.

They will be under supervision of an experience coaching team: Cuban Francisco Hernandez Roldan, Terrence Poole, Wencel Thomas, Seibert Blake, Carl Franklyn and James Walcott.

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