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I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome you to this web site and let you know a little about me, and why I developed this site. My name is Mike Kilmer. I was born and raised in Long Beach, California which is part Los Angeles County area and presently live in South Dakota for the last 46 years. I am the the Vice Chairman for the South Dakota Athletic Commission. I have a devoted interest in the sport of Boxing and MMA. I ran my gym, Champions Choice Boxing until about 2005 at which time my son took over the business. I am currently still the South Dakota USA Boxing LBC President and have been for 20 plus years. I was the Regional Coordinator, both Junior and Senior, for the WYOMONDAK Region that include 4 states, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and North Dakota. The Champions Choice Boxing gym still resides in Spearfish, South Dakota and successfully run by Stoney Kilmer, His accomplishment after taking over the helm has been extremely success in help to develop many your boxers. I believe that anyone can learn to Box, but even more important I believe that the sport of boxing can greatly help in the developing strong, well-adjusted youth both young men and women with strong morals and values.

My two sons who competed in the amateur divisions and both put in numerous hours to give back to the sport they dearly loved. I hope this site will continue to improve the levels of communication for other athletes and coaches, so they may be informed of what is going on the in world of amateur and professional boxing. I would like to take just a moment to give credit and express my admiration to a few individuals whom have helped me over the years and continue to be my greatest friends.



First of all, I would like to thank my wife, without whose help I would not have been able to achieve any of my goals. She not only can fill the place of me as a coach but does all the things that I just can’t seem to get done.

Kenny Weldon is probably been more influential and given me more knowledge into the Sweet Science of boxing. With his abilities to teach both athletes and coaches and
making them understand the simplicities and correct techniques of both defense and aggression. I will always continue to learn from him and will know that the sweet science is to be able to hit your opponent from the farthest distance away with maximum leverage without being hit.

Thanks so very much Kenny Weldon. 


Most of all I would like to thank both my sons, Stoney and Chet, whom have always been there to help me and continue to give back in any way they can. They have both inherited the values of giving to others in any way that they can. Thanks guys you are the best.

 

 

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January 3, 2013
 
 
Dear USA Boxing Membership,
 
 
USA Boxing is starting the New Year off with a very important event for Junior boxers. USA Boxing would like to send a final reminder to Junior athletes, ages 15 and 16, to register for the 2013 Junior World Team Open being held in Reno, Nevada next week! Registration has been extended through January 6, 2013, which will allow walk-in registration to take place. If you, or an eligible athlete you know, aspire to be a part of the 2013 AIBA Junior World Championships team, then this tournament cannot be missed, as this event will be the only opportunity to get there.  Detailed information pertaining to qualification is outlined below.
 
AIBA Junior World Championships Qualification
The 13 male champions from the 2013 Junior World Team Open will represent the United States at the 2013 AIBA Junior World Championships in Kiev, Ukraine, August 17-26, 2013.   The Junior World Team Open will be the only qualifying tournament for the AIBA Junior World Championships.
 
The 2013 Junior World Team Open will be held in Reno, Nevada, January 7-11, 2013 and will be an open tournament for all competitors. Athletes will not need to qualify through their state or region to participate in this tournament. Athletes must be U.S. citizens and have five registered USA Boxing bouts. USA Boxing strongly encourages all athletes aspiring to compete at the international level to participate. In order to compete in the Junior World Open and Junior World Championships, you must be no younger than 15 and no older than 16 for the duration of 2013.
 
Preliminary competition through the Championship Final bouts will be held at the Grand Sierra Resort Silver State Pavilion in Reno, Nevada.
 
Registration paperwork for the Junior World Open can be found online at www.usaboxing.org.
 
Please send completed forms to:     
 
Events Department                 Phone: 719-866-2304
Attn: Nicki Smeland               Fax: 719-866-2132
E-mail: nsmeland@usaboxing.org
                                                 
 
 
Best of Luck,
 
Anthony Bartkowski
Executive Director
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