Interview with Great Britain’s Youth Olympic Games winner Caroline Dubois

23 October 2018 News

Caroline Dubois represented Great Britain in the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games and continued her unbeaten international series, claiming gold medals in each of the main youth events this year. The 17-year-old super talented English boxer replied to our questions and told her experiences and fairytale after Buenos Aires.

Great Britain’s biggest talent in our sport AIBA Women’s Youth World Champion and three-time EUBC European Champion Caroline Dubois impressed in each competition day of the Youth Olympic Games. The 17-year-old Dubois won her contests by large margin of differences including Thailand’s ASBC Asian Youth Champion Porntip Buapa in the final during her road to the gold medal of the lightweight (60kg) in the Youth Olympic Games.

“It felt great for me in the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, I am so happy after the gold medal.

I enjoyed the atmosphere in Buenos Aires, it was amazing experience to make the finals in the Youth Olympic Games.

My tactics in the final bout were to keep my opponent long and stick to the basics and just make use of my advantages of being taller and having longer arms.

The Youth Olympic Games was real eye opener and it was the first multisport event I have been attended and I enjoyed every second of it.

I am planning a short break after this superb title because for me it was a very busy year with plenty of events. Nothing special I will just stay at home and enjoy being my family.

I would like to defend my English national title and won my second gold medal in the EUBC European Confederation Women’s Youth Boxing Championships in 2019,” said Caroline Dubois after the Youth Olympic Games.

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