Lethbridge Boxing Club

Lethbridge Boxing Club offers classes for all ages and skill levels--for boys and girls, men and women.

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About - Lethbridge Boxing Club

Lethbridge Boxing offers classes for all ages, and skill levels for boys and girls and men and women. Whether you’re looking for a total body workout or to train to compete in the ring, we are here to assist you along the way. From beginner to seasoned professional, we have something to offer everyone. Learn from Olympian & Head Coach Rick Duff and his team of trainers. Rick and his team of trainers have decades of experience in and out of the ring. Come and learn from the best!

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Schedule

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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY





Personal Training
by Appointment
Contact Rick
403-894-1754

Parkinsons
10:30 - 11:30 am



Little Sluggers
5:30-6:30 pm


Competitive 
7-9 pm






New Members 
Welcome


Non Competitive 
7-9 pm

Parkinsons
10:30 - 11:30 am



Little Sluggers
5:30-6:30 pm


Competitive 
7-9 pm






New Members
Welcome


Non Competitive
7-9 pm

Parkinsons
10:30 - 11:30 am



Personal Training
by Appointment
Contact Rick
403 894-1754
Personal Training
by Appointment
Contact Rick
403-894-1754


Open Gym
1-3 pm








Coach Rick Duff

Rick Duff competed as a boxer from 1979 to 1984, as well as in 1989 and in 1995. His record was 251 wins and 13 losses. He was a seven-time Provincial Champion, five-time Canadian National Champion, and won a number of international events. Rick was a member of the greatest Canadian Amateur Boxing Team ever assembled - with Willie de Wit, Lennox Lewis, Shawn O'Sullivan and Dale Walters. They made Canadian history when they defeated the American National Team for the first time. Rick fulfilled a life-long dream for both himself and his boyhood and Olympic coach Kai Yip, when he competed at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.

Rick's aspirations to become a better hockey goalie, coupled with being bullied in the school yard, prompted him to step into the boxing ring at the age of 15. At the Lethbridge Boxing Club, under the direction of Kai Yip, he soon fell in love with the sport of boxing. In 1980, he won a Canadian Junior Championship. The following year, he rose to the Intermediate category (U 19) and won a bronze medal at the Canadian Championships. In 1982 and 1983, he won gold medals at the Canadian Intermediate Championships. In 1984, Rick fought as a senior (elite) boxer and qualified for the 1984 Summer Olympic Games.

In the ring, Rick demonstrated deceptive speed and threw excellent combinations. "His level of fitness and stamina was crazy." He set a strong example for fellow boxing club members with his work ethic and willingness to help others train. In international competitions, he always portrayed extreme professionalism, sportsmanship, and was known as a rugged, tough competitor.

When his amateur career came to a close, Rick served in the Canadian military. He volunteered as an Assistant Coach with the Lethbridge Boxing Club, Inner City Boxing in Calgary, and the South Side Boxing Club in Edmonton. In 2010, he took over running the Lethbridge Boxing Club and became its Head Coach.

Rick Duff was inducted into the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame in 1990. In 2014, he was named Boxing Alberta's Coach of the Year. In 2017 Rick was inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.

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We try and answer all questions within a few business days.

Gym Address

110 22 St N.
Lethbridge, AB T1H 3R5

Head Coach-Rick Duff, oly

+ (403) 894-1754

Email

info@lethbridgeboxingclub.com