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Boxing targets Olympic ring

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BOBA hoping for four more spots

Botswana Boxing Association (BOBA) have set themselves an ambitious target of securing four more spots at next year’s Tokyo Olympics.

As things stand, 23-year-old Keamogetse Kenosi is the only local pugilist certain of a place at the global event.

Indeed, the impressive Francistown fighter was the first African boxer to secure a place at the Olympics following her Gold Medal at the African Qualifiers in Senegal back in February. The history-making DTCB Boxing Club will be the first female to represent Botswana in an Olympic ring an the tenth boxer overa...

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