ABAE

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ABAEAmateur Boxing Association of England (UK)
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The club, which is run on an entirely voluntary basis, is affiliated to the Amateur Boxing Association of England and has produced several regional and national winning boxers over the years.
Steve Cranston, head boxing coach at Gateshead College and an Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABA) high-performance coach, said: "Gateshead College is the leading college in the North East for sport.
For Chloe Watson, the new Amateur Boxing Association of England female boxing champion in the 40-42kg division, is a real admirer of the legendary American heavyweight (pictured below).
England boxers were unable to compete in Rotterdam as world governing body the International Boxing Association (AIBA) imposed a temporary ban on the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE), due to concerns over the way they are run.
ENGLAND'S best young boxers paid the price for political in-fighting at the Amateur Boxing Association of England by being withdrawn from next week's European Schoolboy Championships in Dublin.
THE Amateur Boxing Association of England remains confident its leading amateur boxers will be allowed to compete at October's World Championships in Kazakhstan despite the governing body being handed an international suspension by AIBA.
This led to the WABF applying for affiliation to the Amateur Boxing Association of England, membership of which would have resolved that difficulty.
Rebecca Gibson (pictured above), the National Women's Boxing Development Manager at the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE), said: "The decision reflects the increasing popularity of women's boxing at every level.
But the Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) said that the increased funding made available to youngsters was making a huge difference.
Launched by the Amateur Boxing Association of England, it aims to improve facilities for children and get them to leave the streets for the gym.
For information on Women's Boxing in your area, ring the Amateur Boxing Association of England on 020 8778 0251 or e-mail hq@abaeorg.
Governing body, the Amateur Boxing Association of England, does not endorse white-collar boxing.
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