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Selection Criteria
1.  WEIGHT CLASSES:

WEIGHT CLASS                        MEN                         WOMEN
PINWEIGHT                                         N/A                     < 101 lbs/46 KG

LIGHT FLYWEIGHT                      < 106 lbs/48 KG            < 106 lbs/48 KG

FLYWEIGHT                                < 112 lbs/51 KG            < 110 lbs/50 KG

LIGHT BANTAMWEIGHT                      N/A                       < 114 lbs/52 KG

BANTAMWEIGHT                        < 119 lbs/54 KG             < 119 lbs/54 KG

FEATHERWEIGHT                       < 125 lbs/57 KG            < 125 lbs/57 KG

LIGHTWEIGHT                            < 132 lbs/60 KG             < 132 lbs/60 KG
    
LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT             < 141 lbs/64 KG             < 138 lbs/63 KG

WELTERWEIGHT                       < 152 lbs/69 KG            < 145 lbs/66 KG

LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT                     N/A                        < 154 lbs/70 KG

MIDDLEWEIGHT                         < 165 lbs/75 KG            < 165 lbs/75 KG

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT               < 178 lbs/81 KG            < 176 lbs/80 KG

HEAVYWEIGHT                         < 201 lbs/91 KG            < 189 lbs/86 KG

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT            + 201 lbs/91+ KG          + 189 lbs/86+ KG


2.  DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS
emailed to:
        usarmy.jbsa.imcom-hq.mbx.army-sports@mail.mil
  • Copy of USA Boxing Passbook showing at least 3 sanctioned bouts.  
  • Proof of current membership in USA Boxing.  Must be done prior to arrival at Trial Camp.  Can be accomplished online at USA Boxing website.
  • Copy of inside cover of Passport (required to be eligible for CISM Team)
  • Possession of a medically fitted (dentist) mouth guard.  Those reporting without a dental mouth guard may be referred to a civilian dentist for fitting at their own expense.

3.  SELECTION CRITERIA
All experience listed on application should be detailed reflecting experience competing in the sport of Boxing.  Candidates will be ranked by weight class, based upon experience and accomplishments in the sport.  The number of individuals selected for the Trial Camp, per weight class, may be limited so it is imperative that you include as much detail in your experience as possible.  Important information to include is record of competitions and results at important competitions such as regional, national, or international competitions.  Remember, this is a Trial Camp, not a training camp.



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