The Lennox Lewis League of Champions Foundation is pleased to announce that the first LOCF Youth Summer Boxing Camp in Canada will take place this Summer 2018 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.
The 2018 Kitchener Camp will take place at Waterloo Boxing Academy from July 23rdr to 29th and is open to boys and girls ages 9-17.
Campers will be introduced to the standard LOCF Camp mantras, as well as programs designed to develop their boxing and life skills.
“I am excited to have camp in Kitchener because this is where I first learned the sweet science of boxing. Boxing positively impacted my life and I want to make sure that the kids have the same opportunity and exposure that my amateur coach Arnie Boehm gave to me” said LOCF Chairman Lennox Lewis.
HANOVER, JAMAICA: The Lennox Lewis League of Champions Foundation is pleased to announce the dates of its 2018 Summer Youth Boxing Camps, which will be held in Hanover and St Elizabeth in Jamaica, and for the first time in Canada, in Kitchener, Ontario.
The action starts in Jamaica, at the Hopewell High School in Hanover from July 7-to 14th, starting 7:30 a.m. each day. This camp will be a special development camp focusing on the fundamentals of boxing, but also on life skills such as discipline, conflict resolution and self-confidence. This camp is FREE OF COST, breakfast and lunch are provided, and boys and girls aged 10 to 20 are encouraged to attend.
ST. ELIZABETH, JAMAICA: Next camp will be in Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth, on Jamaica’s South Coast. There, with our partners BREDS, the Treasure Beach Foundation, camp runs from August 20 thru to 25, 2018. This camp is FREE OF COST, runs from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, breakfast and lunch are provided, and boys and girls aged 9 to 17 are encouraged to attend. Campers who pre-register should also indicate where they live, and whether they will need assistance with transportation to and from camp each day.
In Canada, the Waterloo Boxing Academy in Kitchener, Ontario will be the site of the first LOCF Youth Boxing Camp outside Jamaica. Together with our partners from the Waterloo Boxing Academy LOCF will lead 7 days of camp starting on July 23rrd and ending on the 29th of July.
As usual, Undisputed World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Lennox Lewis will attend each camp, supported by his personal trainers and coaches, Team Undisputed.
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Registration for LOCF Youth Summer Boxing Camps will be open soon, keep visiting www.locfoundation.org or follow the LOCF on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more details.