Assisi – The National Center for Santa Maria Degli Angeli has confirmed that boxing is a pillar of activity around the world. Throughout the fall, in fact, the center will host three national teams Ireland, Finland, India, Even in this era of strong international stagnation in travel and especially tourism, Assisi is re-launching itself as a unique destination for sports and culture.
The Irish have already arrived in Assisi for the past few days with a large team that regularly trains to watch the Alexis Vastine tournament, a key team that is likely to see the temporary departure of European teams scheduled in France and scheduled for the end of the month. .
The Ireland team Composto da Bernard Dunne, Souri Antia, John Conlan, Dimitriz Dimitruk, Eon Pluck, Lorkan McGee, John Cleary, Kurt Walker, George Bates, Aidan Walsh, Gabriel Dossen, Emmut Brennan, Kirill, Kelly Harrington, Grain Walsh, Ayoff O’Rourke, Kieran Molloy, Gylys Lisinskas, Nism Irley, Christina Desmond.
The Finland Instead it is represented by the European champion, Meera Potkonan, With her coach Marit Turon.
These days it is the arrival of Indian athletes who have slowed down all international anti-Kovid protocols landing in Italy. The Asians Instead, they will remain in Assisi for more than a month, most likely until the end of December.
The Women’s team. Qualla Massachil, Seguta Dye Coach Chenanda Achiya Kuttappa, Nitin Kumar, Santiago Daniel Neva, Khimandand Belwal, E Dallo Staff Compost Daniel Scott Jefferson, Karan Jeet Singh, Rohit Kashyap, Shiv Kumar, Ankit Hum, , Sumit Sangwan, Sanjith and Satish Kumar.
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