A delegation from the Worldwide Boxing Affiliation (AIBA) has visited Kielce in Poland to examine the venue, accommodations and logistical organisation for the upcoming Youth World Boxing Championships.
Scheduled to be held in Kelce from April 10 to 24, the Organising Committee has been engaged on implementing COVID-19 security measures for months to make sure the event can go forward with minimal threat.
“The development of organisation work will permit the AIBA Youth Males’s and Girls’s World Boxing Championships in Kielce to be held at a excessive stage,” mentioned Organising Committee managing director Roman Slagiowski.
Slagiowski additionally revealed that groups can apply through the coaching camp earlier than the Championships.
Poland is ready to host the 2021 Cetniewo Youth Camp within the Central Sport Centre – Olympic Preparation Centre in Władysławowo.
Cetniewo is a district inside Władysławowo.
The 10-day lengthy coaching camp will permit youth nationwide groups to coach collectively earlier than the event.
“For federations, we now have ready the chance to take part in a coaching camp on the Olympic Preparation Centre in Cetniewo from March 31 to April 10,” added Slagiowski.
“This camp will likely be held beneath safety situations in accordance with the COVID-19 protocol.”
All crew members should present a unfavorable COVID-19 polymerase chain response take a look at now not than 72 hours upon arrival.
The Championships will likely be held beneath the motto “Shield your self and others always”, noting security through the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result of pandemic, the Boxing Youth World Championships for women and men have been moved to 2021, initially scheduled for November 2 to 9.
The event is ready to be held on the Hala Legionow Sports activities Advanced, which may seat three,000 followers.