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Monday, 20 March 2017 19:40

Changing T&T’s Fortunes In The Sport Of Boxing

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Trinidad and Tobago has fielded very few boxers in the Olympics, with nothing spectacular in terms of results to write home about.

That can be attributed to a lack of properly qualified personnel to train our fighters and exposure to the best practices which can foster development both in and outside of the ring.

The Trinidad and Tobago Boxing Board of Control opened a workshop with the hope of changing our fortunes in the sport of boxing.

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