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41 National Champs are 
Crowned in Spokane 
(COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – Three young boxers emerged victorious on Sunday in final round action at the Victory Day Tournament in Uman, Ukraine to win gold for the United States. Light flyweight Daniel Gonzalez (Moreno Valley, Calif.), light bantamweight Shakur Stevenson (Newark, N.J.), and heavyweight Pano Tiatia (St. George, Utah) each won their championship bouts to claim gold in the first major international tournament for all three competitors. Pinweight Jordan White (Waldorf, Md.) and lightweight Keoni Adric (Haleima, Hawaii) will both take home silver medals from the tournament following final round losses.  

Stevenson won his third bout of the tournament on Sunday, closing the event with a victory over Ukraine’s Aleksandr Babij in the light bantamweight final. Gonzalez, the youngest member of the squad, took home gold with a win over Ukraine’s Dmitrij Judin . The light flyweight champion celebrated his 15th birthday just two weeks before his gold medal performance in Ukraine. Once again, Pano closed the show for the U.S. squad and he did so with a gold medal winning performance. Pano claimed the third gold medal for Team USA with a victory over Ivan Jurenko of Ukraine.   {More}
Shakur Stevenson Wins Gold at the Victory Day Tournament in Ukraine
May 2013 Calendars
Shakur Stevenson wins Gold at the Junior World Championships 
September 2013 - (COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.) – United States’ light bantamweight Shakur Stevenson (Newark, N.J.) became only the third United States boxer ever to win Junior World Championships gold on Sunday, September 15th at the Kiev Palace of Sports in Kiev, Ukraine. The 16-year-old won five straight unanimous decision victories en route to the gold medal in the major international event. Light flyweight Daniel Gonzalez (Moreno Valley, Calif.) took silver, falling by split decision in final round action.

​Team USA’s two medal victories brings their medal total to 17 in Junior World Championships action and the international medal tally to 66 in 2013.  . . {More}
The 2013 edition of the USA Boxing National Championships took place in Spokane, Wash., March 31-April 6 with over 320 athletes competing in the annual event. The event featured the introduction of several new divisions and the recent AIBA rule changes with national champions being crowned in five different divisions. The preliminary rounds took place at the HUB Sports Center Monday through Thursday with the men’s elite semifinals and all the championship round action taking place at the Pend Oreille Pavilion at Northern Quest Resort & Casino. The event was a tremendous success and the event hosts at Northern Quest look forward to . . .  {More}
Davila and Awesome Win Gold in Ukraine
July 2013 - Team USA’s two Team Captains claimed gold at the Makar Mazai Memorial in Mariupol, Ukraine on Saturday. Light flyweight Leroy Davila (New Brunswick, N.J.) and super heavyweight Cam F. Awesome (Lenexa, Kansas) both defeated host nation boxers from Ukraine to take the third straight international gold medals. 

Awesome won his third straight bout in Ukraine to win the gold medal, which he will add to his USA Boxing National Championships, National Golden Gloves, Cheo Aponte and Olympic Cup titles in 2013. The U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Men’s Boxing champion in 2011, Awesome hopes to finish his run to the Olympic Games in 2016.  . . {More}