Boxing – Olympics 2021 – Five blues leave for Japan

Boxing - Olympics 2021 - Five blues leave for Japan

Although boxing will not start until July 24, Mava Hamadouche, Billal Bennama, Samuel Kistohari, Sofian um Miha and Mourad Aliw will leave for Japan on Thursday to complete their Olympic preparations in Miyazaki. Although boxing will not begin until July 24, the five Olympic Games qualifiers (July 23-August 8) will fly directly to Tokyo on Thursday, July 8 at 1:25 p.m. Before heading to the Olympic Village on July 20, Mawa Hamaduche (-60kg), Billal Bennama (-52kg), Samuel Kistohari (-57kg), Sofian um Miha (-63kg), Mourad Alive (+91kg) H45 flight to Miyazaki. They will complete preparations there with Germany, Australia, the United States and Ireland.

“This course was initiated by Germany. John Dovey, general manager of the France team, comments. This will allow us to see our future opponents and start the competition already. Arriving as soon as possible protects us from a bad surprise. Upon arrival in Japan, if we find that one of us is infected with Kovid-19, the others will contact us. We will have time to isolate ourselves before the games start. When we relax in France, the mask is not worn outside, so finding ourselves in an Olympic setting will allow us to raise our alertness. “ Read this too Blues promoted by Rio 2016 Medal Winners. Only five blues qualify, and only five from the Olympic Village qualify: Dowie, coaches Mariano Gonzalez, Mohamed Balacross, Anthony Venient, and physiotherapist Nicolas Casoulat. In Miyazaki, they will benefit from six additional people: physiotherapist Segolin Charpentier, DTN Eric Dary, coach Fabrizio Leclerc, coaches Hubert Borneo (physical), Laurent Chamberlain (mental), and video analyst Lionel Brese. The six will return to France on July 20, and the rest of the delegation will arrive in the Olympic Village. FFB President Dominic NATO will arrive in Tokyo on July 27 and stay at a hotel.

See also  Conor McGregor, Molotov cocktails against his pub in Dublin
Written By
More from Calvin Andrus
Global minimum tax: Ireland, Estonia, Hungary (now) against final green light
Ireland, Model Student Ireland’s distinct speech with the Minister of Finance, Pascal...
Read More
Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.