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Bloomsbury Lunch Club Friday 5th July 2019 featuring Women’s Boxing

 

Caroline Dubois One to Watch

We are delighted to announce that the forthcoming Bloomsbury Lunch Club will feature Women’s Boxing and we will be joined by the incredibly talented Caroline Dubois.

At just 17 years of age, Caroline had a stand-out year in 2018, winning gold at the Youth Olympic Games, the Youth World Championships and the European Youth Continental Championships in the -60kg category. In recognition of her achievements, Caroline was presented with the prestigious SportsAid One-to-Watch award at the SportsBall in November to end what had been a sensational year. Now 18 years of age, Caroline will be working hard this year to give herself the best possible chance of selection for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Caroline will be joined by England coach, Ivan Cobb, and other England female boxers, to provide an exciting boxing demonstration on the day.

 

 

Rayner Essex new Sponsored Athletes

 

Also on the 5th July we will be presenting the two new Rayner Essex sponsored athletes for 2019/2020 and presenting them with their awards. Fortunately, their busy schedules are allowing them to join us on the day and so we look forward to welcoming Ellen Bennet and Julian van Gelderen and following their progress throughout the next year.

 

The Bloomsbury Lunch Club always delivers a fantastic opportunity for you to network with other like-minded professionals, whilst at the same time supporting SportsAid sponsored elite junior athletes.

 

 

 

 

We will be hosting this event once again in the beautiful Princes Room of the BMA in Tavistock Square. Please save the date in your diary.

To book your place please complete the form below and we look forward to welcoming you on 5th July 2019.

Places available: 100
Event date: 5th July 2019 – 12:30 – 14:30

Event Venue
The Princes Room
BMA House
Tavistock Square
London
WC1H 9JP

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