The session started with a boost of training gear worth sh5m from Street Finance Company based in Ntinda.
PIC: UBF Boss, Moses Muhangi (centre) examining one of the gloves.On his right is Street Finance's Esther Nampiima. (Credit: Drake Lubega)
SPORTS | BOXING
UGANDA - Boxing team, The Bombers, have started a two-week's non-residential training at Lugogo, Kampala ahead of the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.
"We are going to concentrate more on speed work and movements," said Patrick Lihanda, the head coach.
By mid-day, 18 out of the 21 boxers invited had started training. After a fortnight, there will be selection fights to determine those going to Gold Coast.
Coach Patrick Lihanda (centre) instructing one of the Bombers. (Credit: Drake Lubega)
The session started with a boost of training gear worth sh5m from Street Finance Company based in Ntinda. The kit includes reflectors for jogging on streets, skipping ropes, gym pads and gloves, among others.
Uganda Boxing Federation is still waiting for its slot from the organising committee in Gold Coast.
UBF president Moses Muhangi (centre) introducing Street Finance's-Esther Nampiima and Brenda Nakitto-(right) (Credit: Drake Lubega)