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Charles Leverette

Head Trainer

Triple Threat Boxing/MMA

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Employment History

Head Coach

Army World Class Athlete Program


Boxing Head Coach

All-Army Boxing


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Seventeen U.S. Army Athletes and Coaches Headed for 2012 Olympic Games | Go Army Advocates

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Charles Leverette is a former heavyweight boxer who competed in the 2004 Olympic trials, is the assistant boxing coach for the U.S. Olympic Team.
Read Leverette's full bio here.


www.northwestmilitary.com

Charles Leverette, head coach of the camp and former assistant coach for the U.S. Olympic team, looks for determination in boxers and feels all other skills can be taught.
What cannot be taught is heart. Leverette has won a bronze medal at the Olympic Trials, gold medals at the All Army and Armed Forces competitions, silver medal at the Pan American Games Qualifier and bronze medal at the U.S. National Championships. He understands the resolve required to being a winner and he runs the Army Boxing Trials with unflinching vigor.


new.armyMWR.com

Charles Leverette welcomed the women to the "House of Pain," the nickname for the WCAP boxing facility at Fort Carson, Colorado.
"Being as it was a male-dominated sport, I never thought it would be balanced out like we are," Leverette said. "But it's a great crowd. We have a great group of Soldier-athletes here, both male and female. They push each other. And they care about each other, which is one of the biggest things." Leverette said his boxers realize they are "Soldiers first," the working motto of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program. "When you let them know that's the standard up front, then you really don't have to stress it as much," said Leverette, who boxed in the program before becoming a WCAP and U.S. Olympic boxing coach.


www.curlingrocks.net

Her final fight "was one of those chess matches," said U.S. coach Charles Leverette.


www.gymnastics.teamusa.org

The duo will be led by 2012 Olympic Coach Charles Leverette at the international dual in China.
Coach: Charles Leverette, Colorado Springs, Colo.


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