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Boxing is a combat sport where two participants compete against each other.

See Also:
Boxercise, Boxfit

An Overview of Boxing

The aim is to strike your opponent with punches to above the waist line over the course of an allocated number of three-minute rounds. A judge(s) or referee will determine who has been the better boxer, i.e. who scored the most punches/points, and award him or her the winner. Another way of winning is to knock your opponent down for a count of at least 10 seconds.

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National Governing Bodies

England Boxing

Contact Name
ABAE head office
Contact Email
enquiries@englandboxing.org
Contact Telephone
0114 223 5654
Premier Martial Arts Harrogate

Premier Martial Arts Harrogate

We are a full time Martial Arts School in Harrogate delivering instruction in Kickboxing and Krav Maga Self-defence with age-specific classes for children and adults.

Harrogate Amateur Boxing Club

Harrogate Amateur Boxing Club

A great friendly club providing fun, disciplined, structured boxing coaching for all levels from age 7 upwards....

Premier Martial Arts Leeds

Premier Martial Arts Leeds

The Self Protection, Personal Development and Fitness Experts

City of York Council Sport and Active Leisure

City of York Council Sport and Active Leisure

The Sport and Active Leisure team at the City of York Council provide support to local clubs and organisations regarding the sporting provision across the city. This includes providing information to York residents, signposting them to sporting opportunit

England Boxing Tackling Inequalities Fund

England Boxing Tackling Inequalities Fund

The Tackling Inequalities Fund aims to ease the financial burden on boxing clubs in the country’s most deprived communities.

England Boxing will support applications for funding from £500 up to a maximum of £2,500 for the Tackling Inequalities Fund.

Anthony Joshua Fund

Anthony Joshua Fund

The Anthony Joshua Fund has been set up to help England Boxing member clubs thanks to a generous donation from the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world champion.