Our mission in Wisconsin is to positively impact aspiring athletes both male and female by providing them with guidance to achieve a higher performance while developing personal discipline, a sense of community pride and involvement and strength of character through the sport of amateur boxing.
2016 ANNUAL MEETING INFORMATION and REGISTRATION
YOU are invited to attend the 2016 USA Boxing Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas June 30 –July 2, 2016.
Thomas “Sarge”Johnson Scholarship Program Supported by the USA Boxing Foundation
Please take a moment to look at the attached flyer, it describes a unique opportunity for youth to participate in a summer boxing camp. This particular camp happens to be taking place in Tennessee and is sponsored by the YMCA. We encourage anyone with athletes in the local area to check it out.
Please find the latest issue of the USOC's Olympic Coach e-magazine by following the link below. Special thanks to our contributors in this issue!
Feel free to share this resource with those who would find it of interest and valuable to their work.
By Gary D'Amato of the Journal Sentinel
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My name is Luis Feliciano, the athlete representative for the Wisconsin LBC, and I’m here to provide some information on a great scholarship that will be available for boxers in our LBC who want to attend school.
From the desk of the executive director
Five boxers punch their ticket to Rio
2016 Dallas Junior Olympics and Youth Open
New USA Boxing Online Store
Save the date: LBC Annual meeting and presidents dinner
Exclusive offer from Sting Sports
USA Boxing Best of the Best Bracket Challenge
Please refer to theMember Information Page for an updated letter with important information about registration and for complete handbooks for memberships registration and club registration.