CONNOR LAW at the home of Scottish Champions

An exciting £10m boxing project is set to pack a real punch across the Nation by weighing in with a key Commonwealth Games contribution.Previously the B-listed Olympia Theatre building in Bridgeton, the new High Performance Centre will be home to Boxing Scotland’s first ever centralised facility.

As Scotland’s governing body for boxing, Boxing Scotland will use the cutting edge facility to train and develop its best elite talent.The centre opened today (Wednesday 29 January) where key stakeholders, sportscotland and Clyde Gateway, proudly attended its launch.Prior to the High Performance Centre opening, Boxing Scotland’s International Team Boxers trained in a variety of facilities across Scotland.

This centralised academy of excellence will contribute to the governing body’s vision of enabling its most promising talent to achieve world rankings and thrive through improved facilities and 0coach support.

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