Events (M)

Max athletes per CGA: 1 per weight division.
46 to 49kg Light Flyweight, Up to 52kg Flyweight, Up to 56kg Bantamweight, Up to 60kg Lightweight, Up to 64kg Light Welterweight, Up to 69kg Welterweight , Up to 75kg Middleweight , Up to 81kg Light Heavyweight.
AIBA’s Youth category:
Boys: 17 – 18 years of age (athletes born in 1993 and 1994)

Sports Co-Ordinator - Gianni Epifani
Sports Development Officer. Represented Isle of Man and Lancashire in Cross Country, track and field and road running + competed in four Island Games. Also cycled for the Isle of Man in various UK stage races and time trial competitions. Member of the Isle of Man Easter Athletic organising committee.

The venue for the Boxing events will be the Royal Hall in the Villa Marina. This magnificent entertainments centre has been fully refurbished over the last decade and will provide one of the most impressive venues for the Games.

The Royal Hall has permanent seating for 1,000 spectators and additional temporary seating will be installed around the main boxing ring. Two practice rings will also be available within the centre.

The Villa Marina will be the central hub of the Games Village on Douglas Promenade and will also accommodate social areas for the competitors, including a cinema (which will also be the venue for the Chef de Mission meetings) and the adjoining gardens will be the venue for the Closing Ceremony. The promenade directly in front of the Villa Marina will be the start/finish area for the Time Trial and Criterium Cycling events.

Other Information
The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has asked the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABA) to assist with our preparations and its Chief Executive, Mark Abberley, is a member of our organising team.


Foreword from Geoff Karran, Chairman and Games Director CYG2011 OC
Geoff Karran
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