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Triumph Intro

Club in its present format has been running since 1967, the club is based at the Tile Hill Gym on the grounds of the Standard Triumph Recreation Club. The Triumph Amateur Boxing club in 1967 was taken over by Tom McGarry, Tom was a high-level England manager and ABA executive. Tom retired in 2001 due to ill health and running of club was taken over by Dinesh Darbar, who has been a club member since 1978 and a coach with the club since 1983.

The club has produced a lot of boxers over the years and has consistently produced a portfolio of champions at every level. The succession of champions has given the club a high profile in amateur boxing.

The list of Achievement since 1967 are to numerous to list, but since the 2000 millennium the club has had approximate 60 midland championship titles. The club has been represented in 19 national finals wining 6 national titles over this small period of time.

The club has had countless number boxers that represent the club from grass root level to international. The club is not established for profit; but to foster youth boxing and the promotion of objectives as follows:

  • To promote and sponsor the spirit of amateur sportsmanship – to encourage and develop high physical and moral standards in the youth of the region by the educational and healthy pursuit of the national pastime of amateur boxing.
  • To promote equality and fairness to all members and opportunity for all that wish to box at their achieved levels.
  • To further interest in amateur boxing and to provide members with information, advice and assistance on matters connected with amateur boxing.

We are always in the process of developing grass root boxing to local community as an on going community club that offers access and participation to everyone who wishes to take part in amateur boxing. By product of the clubs existence is that reduces local youth from criminal activities, improve quality of life i.e. health, welfare, self esteem.

The club is run by volunteers give up countless number of hours to provide the local community sporting recreational facilities.