Meet the USA Olympic Boxing Team!
(July 13th) Here's a look at the 10 boxers representing the United States in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.
The five female fighters include Naomi Graham (Middleweight), O'Shae Jones (Welterweight), Rashida Ellis (Lightweight), Yarisel Ramirez (Featherweight), and Virginia "Ginny" Fuchs (Flyweight).
The five male fighters include Richard Torrez, Jr. (Super Heavyweight), Troy Isley (Middleweight), Delante Johnson (Welterweight), Keyshawn Davis (Lightweight), and Duke Ragan (Featherweight). Davis, Isley and Ragan are the first USA professional fighters to compete in the Olympics.
Billy Walsh (Colorado Springs, Colo.) will lead the Americans as USA Boxing’s Head Coach with National Strength and Conditioning Coach Jose Polanco (Colorado Springs, Colo.), as well as assistant coaches Joe Guzman (Buckeye, Ariz.) and Jeff Mays (San Antonio, Texas) in Tokyo. Tim Back (Cincinnati, Ohio), Marc Gargaro (Newton, Mass), and Christine Lopez (Rowlett, Texas) will serve as unaccredited assistant coaches to support the team during its acclimation camp in Miyazaki, Japan, and throughout the Olympic Games.