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They elect the Board of Directors of the Sonoran Boxing Association

Hermosillo, Sonora; August 20, 2022.- The Sonoran Boxing Association held its Ordinary General Assembly this Thursday where a new Board of Direct


Hermosillo, Sonora; August 20, 2022.- The Sonoran Boxing Association held its Ordinary General Assembly this Thursday where a new Board of Directors was elected that will be at the forefront of amateur boxing in the entity for the next four years.

After the voting was held, as part of the agenda, the list headed by Francisco José Búrquez Díaz, who will be the new president of the Sonoran Amateur Boxing Association for the period 2022-26.

Within the team that completes the board of directors, are: Omar Cárdenas Avendaño, vice president; Daniel Sánchez Gómez, secretary; Christian Chavez Chavez, treasurer; Esmeralda Páez Lagarda, curator; and Said Nieblas Barranco, in the position of athlete member.

The new director of the Sonoran Boxing Association, Francisco José Búrquez Díaz, who entered amateur boxing two decades ago, said that they will look for more opportunities for the boxers of the entity.

“We want to give more activity to the boys, especially in rural areas, where talent comes from, the idea is to offer more opportunities to the kids, we will also have a focus on training to strengthen the technical groups that includes judges, coaches and referees, because everything about the boxer permeates from there,” he added.

To give faith and legality to the Ordinary General Assembly, was the president of the Mexican Boxing Federation, Ricardo Contreras, who, accompanied by the secretary of the organization, Óscar Contreras, took the protocol of the meeting; Likewise, the general director of Codeson, Erubiel Durazo, as well as Jesús Alberto García Velarde, deputy director of competitive sports, attended.

Within the framework of the event, the Mexican Federation of Amateur Boxing, delivered diplomas of recognition to Sonoran trainers Sergio Campa and Alberto Gutiérrez, for their 25 years forging generations of boxers.