Sabrina Aubin earned her way onto the national team six years ago after undergoing surgical reconstruction of her labrum, which led to people telling her she would never box again.
Irène Fiolek joined a boxing class at her local fitness centre at the age of 15 with some friends from school, discovering her passion for the sport
Myriam Da Silva Rondeau underwent two surgeries to her right hand in 2015 and 2016, but came back to win the national title in 2018 and finish a career-high top-eight at the world championships
Tammara Thibeault took up boxing at age 9 because her father and brother were attending a class for fun
Bryan Colwell Won the 2016 BC Golden Gloves and Oregon State Golden Gloves, becoming one of the few boxers ever to win multiple Golden Gloves tournaments in the same calendar year
Harley-David O’Reilly discovered his passion for boxing while watching Roy Jones Jr. compete as a child.
Danielle first took up squash at age 7 because all of her extended family played, so she had a sport she could play with them.
Nicholas Sachvie attended Cornell University from 2010 to 2014, where he was a four-time All-American and ranked #6 in the NCAA in his senior season.