Accreditation process opens for the “Future WBA Champions” camp in Medellin

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Accreditation process opens for the “Future WBA Champions” camp in Medellin

The “Future WBA Champions” Camp in Medellin will be one of the most important and eye-catching events preceding the boxing qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The accreditation process for the press is open and you can send your information to acreditacioneswba@gmail.com to cover this important event.

Those interested in covering the camp should send their email, the media they work for, their phone number and the position they hold. The World Boxing Association (WBA) will extend the process until February 2nd so that all the press can attend the training and bout days arranged.

Italy, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay and Colombia will have their best talents focused on their preparations for the qualifying tournaments for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The camp is an initiative of the WBA to put its grain of sand in the imminent union of amateur and professional boxing, in addition to providing the best preparation tools to the fighters.

The entity hopes to count on the valuable presence and broadcasting of the press from all over Colombia, in an event that will leave an important mark on world boxing.




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