‘Boxing World Champion’ Choi Yosam’s artifacts donated to Jeonbuk Sports Association

The sports relics of the late Choi Yo-sam, an “eternal boxing champion,” have been enshrined in the Jeonbuk Sports Association.According to the Jeonbuk Provincial Sports Association (JPSA), Choi Kyung-ho (manager of the Y3 Boxing Club in Seoul) recently donated gloves, shoes, and training journals used by his brother Choi Yo-sam during his lifetime, saying, “I want to contribute to the creation of a sports history memorial.” He also donated his brother’s gloves, shoes, and training journals.

Choi, who was born in Jeong-eup, Jeollabuk-do, was crowned Oriental champion and WBC world champion in 1994 and 1999, respectively. He also won the WBO flyweight intercontinental in 2007, but after fainting during his first defense in December, he never got up and died the following year at the age of 35.His corneas, kidneys, and heart were donated, giving six people new lives.Choi was inducted into the WBC Hall of Fame, and singer Lee Ssang released a song in his honor.The Jeonbuk Sports Federation earned 1,850 points by organizing a relay 슬롯사이트 to donate sports items from Olympic heroes, senior athletes, and professional athletes.

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