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Kingsway Boxing Girls Welcome Back Canadian Olympian Mandy Bujold

November 16, 2017
Filed Under: Boxing News

2016 Canadian Olympian Mandy Bujold will join Team Kingsway's Teen Girls Boxing on December 5, 2016.

2016 Canadian Olympian Mandy Bujold will join Team Kingsway’s Teen Girls Boxing on December 5, 2016.


THE TEEN GIRLS OF KINGSWAY BOXING WELCOME CANADIAN OLYMPIAN MANDY BUJOLD


It is with great pleasure that we welcomed Mandy back to coach the final Girls Teen Boxing Class of 2017 on Monday December 11, 2017.

“Mandy has been a true ambassador of the sport, inspiring our boxing family and friends. Her dedication and perseverance led to achieving her ultimate dream of making it to the 2016 Rio Olympics. She has influenced athletes around the world to achieve their dreams and to step into the ring to fight for what you believe in. After Mandy attended the Fight To End Cancer (FTEC) Gala in 2016, our Kingsway and FTEC teams cheered her on as she represented Canada at the very highest level of sport”

– Jennifer Huggins

Mandy is not only a Boxing Canada Olympian, but she is a true champion in and outside of the ring. She has been an international inspiration to men and women of all ages!

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Photo By: Virgil Barrow | 2016 Olympian, Mandy Bujold, shares her medals from the 2015 PanAm Games with the Teen Girls of the 2016 Program at Kingsway Boxing Club.

Photo By: Virgil Barrow | 2016 Olympian, Mandy Bujold, shares her medals from the 2015 PanAm Games with the Teen Girls of the 2016 Program at Kingsway Boxing Club.

Ben Mulroney, Mandy Bujold and Jennifer Huggins on the red carpet of the 2016 Fight To End Cancer.

Ben Mulroney, Mandy Bujold and Jennifer Huggins on the red carpet of the 2016 Fight To End Cancer.


Jennifer Huggins leads the Girls Teens class at Kingsway Boxing, sharing her passion for the sport that changed her life. Photo Credit: Virgil Barrow

Jennifer Huggins leads the Girls Teens class at Kingsway Boxing, sharing her passion for the sport that changed her life.
Photo Credit: Virgil Barrow

The Girls Teen Boxing Program is run by  coaches Virgil Barrow and AIBA International Referee, Jennifer Huggins. After recognizing the incredible impact the sport has had on her life, she felt it was necessary to share her passion with the youth of the community. The girls who participate in this class learn the technical components of boxing and are given an opportunity to explore their confidence in ways that will help them in all walks of life. We look forward to welcoming the girls back and opening the doors to others looking to share in the experience.

Those of you who follow Jennifer Huggins on social media, know that she was away on assignment for the Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships in Guwahati, India.

“I’ve been very fortunate to be involved with the Olympic Boxing Qualification process for Rio 2016 and now leading into Tokyo 2020. I’m honoured to visit many countries and officiate the top athletes of the sport.”

Jennifer has also had the honour of watching some of our talented Canadian boxers reach the Olympic level, including PanAm Gold Medalist, Mandy Bujold. Representing Canada over the past decade, Mandy is a true hero in and outside of the ring.


Jennifer Huggins referees a semifinal bout between Kazakhstan and Australia in the AIBA Men's Youth World Championships in St. Petersburg Russia. Photo Credit: AIBA International Boxing

Jennifer Huggins referees a semifinal bout between Kazakhstan and Australia in the AIBA Men’s Youth World Championships in St. Petersburg Russia.
Photo Credit: AIBA International Boxing