The National Boxing Commission reported today on the expulsion of the Cuban sports structure of the athlete Andy Cruz Gómez. Photo: Archive The Na
The National Boxing Commission reported today on the expulsion of the Cuban sports structure of the athlete Andy Cruz Gómez.
Due to its importance and timeliness, we reproduce the note in its entirety.
Information from the National Boxing Commission
The National Boxing Commission informs that as a result of exhaustive analyzes initiated within the disciplinary commission of our national school, the expulsion of the athlete Andy Cruz Gómez from the Cuban sports structure has been decided.
The measure has been adopted due to the repeated indiscipline committed by him, including his absence from the training sessions prior to the 2022 Playa Girón National Boxing Tournament and his non-intervention in that event, the most important organized by our sport.
The process from which the aforementioned sanction emerged also took into account his absences and late arrivals at training sessions, absences from his teaching activities, marked by a notable decline in his academic performance, and the way in which he turned his back on the commitments assumed. in various meetings organized by the Inder leadership.
There were multiple dialogue spaces designed to exchange on these and other breaches, recognized by the athlete himself, the protagonist of a behavior that showed signs of deterioration during the first half of the current year.
We reiterate that all assessments were characterized by transparency and adherence to the provisions of the disciplinary regulations that govern high performance in the country.
We insist that the decision to continue contributing pages to the beautiful history of Cuban revolutionary boxing will always be incompatible with actions that are alien to the essence that has distinguished us as representatives of a people that applauds dignity as the most important of medals.
Havana, July 18, 2022
Year 64 of the Revolution
(Taken from Jit)