The Syrian Arab Boxing Association will be holding a Test Sparring Event for their elite boxers on July 15-17

The Syrian Arab Boxing Association will be held a Test Sparring Event for their elite male boxers in the upcoming days on July 15-17. The venue of the Syrian Test Sparring Event will be the Boxing Hall of the Alfeayhaa Sport Complex in Damascus next week.

The three-days long Syrian Test Sparring Event will be supported the preparations of the boxers and will be a selection for them before the planned international events. The Syrian coaches will be following the performance of the boxers and their physical conditions after the strict quarantines.

Altogether 44 elite male boxers have been invited including with some of their best teenage future hopes to the Test Sparring Event. Syria’s best boxers such as ASBC Asian Boxing Championships bronze medallists trio Ahmad Ghossoun, Alaaldin Ghossoun and Mohamed Moulayes, furthermore Islamic Solidarity Games winner Hussin Al-Masri all have been invited to the event. Their promising hopes as Ammar Merie, Yahya Taha, Ward Ali and many others were involved to the new project.

The President of the Syrian Arab Boxing Association Mr. Mohamed Kamel Shbib is one of the most experienced boxing officials in the Western Asian region who confirmed the event will be taking place in the upcoming days.

The Syrian Boxing Association prepared well to the event and will be following all safety instructions, social distancing, mask wearing and hygienic rules to avoid any new Covid-19 cases during the Test Sparring Event in Damascus next week.

Syria is one of the leading boxing nations in the Western Asian region and their boxers shined many international events in the recent years. Their best year was 2017 when Syria claimed medals in the Tashkent 2017 ASBC Asian Boxing Championships and also at the Islamic Solidarity Games. Syria’s younger talents competed in the recent editions of the ASBC Asian Youth Boxing Championships with a few successes.  Boxers who were born in 2002 and in 2003 were able to compete in the Syrian Youth National Championships which were their first activities in 2020. The Syrian Youth National Championships was a selection event for them to the Arab Youth Boxing Championships but that event was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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