Amateur Boxing Events with an emphasis on LBC 44 CAL Border

                                                     Schedule dedicated to local USA Amateur Boxing Association and it’s participating boxers. If there's ever a mistake, we’d appreciate your help in keeping this info error free.
The schedule below is maintained for our local USA Amateur Boxing program: LBC 44 CAL Border. If there is ever a mistake, we’d appreciate your feedback to make certain this information remains error-free. We also do our best to post any and all local Amateur Boxing Shows which usually entails AIBA Amateur Boxing shows being held close to San Diego, as in Tijuana, Mexicali, Rosarito and Tecate.   


                           Below is a Public Service announcement from the National City CYAC Executive Director

                           Clemente Casillas concerning your health:

LBC 44 CAL Border Registration Committee members currently include:

Chairwoman of the new Registration Committee: Cynthia Guerrero Tel: 1-619-385-1263 Email address:

For the gyms in North County (Encinitas, Vista, Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Marco, Escondido, etc., you call Mr. Will White Tel: 1-760-644-6485, email address:

If you have any questions or interest in lending a hand with our local LBC 44 Cal Border you should contact our President Andrew Moreno at

Requirements for USA Amateur boxers:

Two copies of your completed 2020 AIBA Boxing Physical form. All AIBA physicals must be performed by a licensed MD or DO (not a chiropractor, nurse, etc.). Both DOs and MDs complete four years of basic medical education and after medical school, both DOs and MDs can choose to practice in a specialty area of medicine—such as psychiatry, surgery, obstetrics, or sports medicine—after completing a residency program (typically two to six years of additional training).

Both DOs and MDs must pass comparable state licensing examinations. DOs and MDs both practice in fully accredited and licensed hospitals and medical centers. Both are medical doctors; MD is specifically a Doctor of Medicine and DO is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. The differences: DOs can perform surgery, child delivery, treat patients, and prescribe medications in hospitals and clinic settings. DOs look at the “total person.” Osteopathic physicians focus on preventive care. Instead of just treating specific symptoms or illnesses, they look at the whole body. DOs receive extra training in the musculoskeletal system, which is comprised of the nerves, muscles, and bones. This training gives DOs a better understanding of how an injury or illness in one part of the body can affect another part of the body; therefore, DOs have a therapeutic and diagnostic advantage.

DOs use what is called osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT). OMT is a technique in which the DOs use their hands to diagnose injury and illness, giving special attention to the joints, bones, muscles, and nerves. Manipulations improve circulation, which in turn, creates a normal nerve and blood supply, enabling the body to heal itself.

a Rule 2

Page one of your two completed Physical forms must be stapled to the last page of your passbook. The second completed copy of your Physical form must be given to a member of the Registration Committee. You must use the AIBA Boxing Physical Form available on the USA Boxing website. The new Physical form can be found by going to and clicking on “Rule Book,” then “Forms and Documents,” then “Medical Certificate.”  

1) The AIBA Boxing physical form (aka Medical Certificate) must be used. Other forms will not be accepted.

(2) Online registration confirmation printout from the USA Boxing website

(3) Your USA Boxing Passbook if previously registered

(4) If you are a new boxer, a copy of your birth certificate or valid passport is necessary.

Regarding Club Registration: This can be done online at: The Club Administrator will need to register the club. Log-in with your USA Boxing membership and click on the “Renew My Club” If a Boxing Club is not currently registered: their boxers can still be listed as “Unattached” for all events (local, regional, and national).

The benefits of registering your club/gym with USA Amateur Boxing include: liability insurance which enables the club to have their shows sanctioned plus it promotes the good name of the club. Any member who gets injured in training inside an unregistered gym or working with an unregistered coach is not covered by USA Boxing’s insurance, even if that member is registered. If you have any questions, please contact USA Amateur Boxing’s national office: (719) 866-2323.

Online Coaches’ Certification: Thanks to the efforts of dedicated volunteers, USA Amateur Boxing now has an online process to gain the same level-one certification and re-certification for coaches. There is no fee to take the test. There is no fee to access the educational materials. The in-person coaching clinics will continue to be offered for those who wish to receive certification in this manner. Offering online coaches certification is just the first step in trying to meet the needs of the USA Amateur Boxing membership. In the works, they are planning to have online certification for officials plus educational videos for all aspects of the sport.

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