Update from Mandy Bujold: 2014 Canadian National Championships

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Hi Everyone,

Today is day one of the 2014 Canadian National Championships here in Regina. The event will run from October 22nd to the 26th.

Now that the final draw is complete I have 3 girls in my weight class. I was automatically awarded the bye which means I will box in the finals against the winner of the Semi-final bout.

In the semi final bout Amanda Galle of Ontario will take on Sara Haghigat-Joo of British Columbia on Thursday evening.

The finals will take place Friday evening at 7pm.

All bouts will be streaming live online if you would like to watch Canada’s top boxers compete for a spot on the National team. You can go to www.gfl.tv to purchase the live stream.

I will send updates as they become available. You can also get information, schedules and results from this event at www.boxingcanada.org

Thanks for your continued support,

Mandy Bujold

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