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Charles Leverette welcomed the ...
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
"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."
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.
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Charles Leverette, WCAP head boxing coach, the Army's boxing team is widely viewed as the forerunner for the entire World Class Athlete Program.
Olympic boxing coach Charles ...
Olympic boxing coach Charles Leverette and two All-Armed Forces National Champions will instruct participants on nutrition, exercises and proper boxing techniques as part of the Army's World Class Athlete Program.
...Leverette, a native of Brent and Army boxer for 10 years, is one of the coaches working with the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team that will leave for Beijing, China on July 21.He
said the World Class Athlete Program does about four clinics a year.
"I can honestly say I'm one of the few people that love my job," Leverette
said, "'Cause I love what I do all day.
News Archive - All-Army loses stranglehold on Armed Forces Boxing
"He hurt his hand and I tried to will him through," All-Army coach Charles Leverette said.
could not recall a tournament ending as dramatically as this one unfolded before a boisterous crowd at Paige Fieldhouse, where The Pentagon Channel filmed a series scheduled to debut March 9.
"Down to the last 10 seconds, man," Leverette
said with a shake of the head.
got out-boxed tonight," Leverette
a beast," Leverette
said that will help better prepare the young All-Army
"Like I told our young Soldiers, we can't come back into camp next year trying get in shape to box," Leverette
"We've got to start getting ready for next year tonight.
Mentally, it starts tonight because that feeling you have in your gut now, you don't ever want to feel this no more."
"Coach Leverette had his hands full," Abdullah said.
"We've got another whole year to think about it," Leverette
"This is our new foundation," said ...
"This is our new foundation," said All-Army Boxing Head Coach Charles Leverette, holding the silver team award aloft and addressing his team in a private meeting.
"I'm going to put this on the gym wall as reminder that being tired and being lazy only gets you second place."
added, "I'm not ashamed of this.