RGU Boxing is a sports club which welcomes members of all skill levels, from novices to experienced amateur boxers. Training sessions consist of challenging boxing related workouts along with the opportunity for sparring.
The club has seen huge growth in members over recent years and therefore an increase in emphasis on club socials. The club hosts several over the course of the academic year, including fancy dress socials and other themed socials.
RGU Boxing members will have opportunity to compete in amateur bouts in the British University Championships (BUCS) and the Scottish University Championships which happen in February and March of every year respectively.
President: Kieran Kinnear
Vice-President: Andrew Harley
Captain: George Reid
Social Secretary: Caitlyn Kydd
Fundraising Secretary: James Carter
Health and Wellness Ambassador: Deri Hussein
Regular events include:
2 training sessions per week
Multiple club socials each semester (including all club socials)
Scottish University Championships
British University Championships (BUCS) in semester 2
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