Former Fort St. John resident competes in boxing at 2019 PAN AM Games in Peru

Must Read

B.C. human rights commissioner responds to Indigenous LNG supporters

British Columbia's human rights commissioner is defending herself against accusations by Indigenous supporters of the liquefied natural gas industry that she...

12 pipeline protesters arrested at B.C. ministry office: Victoria police

VICTORIA, B.C. - Victoria police say a dozen adults have been taken into custody following a day-long protest in...

12 pipeline protesters arrested at B.C. ministry office: Victoria police

Victoria police say a dozen adults have been taken into custody following a day-long protest in the offices of the...

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Former Fort St. John resident Bryan Colwell was representing Canada at the 2019 PAN AM Games in Lima, Peru.

On Sunday, July 28, Colwell competed in the 91 kg Men’s Heavy Quarterfinals, taking on Cuban boxer Erislandy Savon Cotilla.

Despite his best efforts, Colwell came up short against the number one amateur heavyweight in the world, with a final score of 30-25 over Colwell.

- Advertisement -

On a Facebook post, Colwell says while he is happy with his performance, he is by no means content.

Colwell goes on to say that he is looking forward to coming home and getting right back to the trenches for more training.

The post can be seen below:

Advertisement

Well. Came up short against the #1 amateur heavyweight in the world. Didnt fight scared and went after him with…

Posted by Bryan Colwell Boxing on Sunday, July 28, 2019

More Articles Like This