Simon Vis Jamegar, new elected President of Swedish Boxing Federation

12 April 2017 News

Simon Vis Jamegar, 43 years old and has background as boxers, Swedish Champion and National Team boxer.He has been also competing as professional boxer. In the last 10 years, he has been working as a manager at the biggest companies in digital TV-industry with sales and marketing, leadership and business development.

The main points of his program

  • Built a stronger organization with implementation of different processes for the daily routines of operation.
  • Built a “WE Culture” in Sweden among all of members (all boxing clubs, referees&judges, doctors and coaches) to cooperate and become stronger as a team to develop Swedish boxing and boxers forward.
  • Make a long term plan to be successful in the biggest International competitions, like European, World Championships and Olympic Games.

 

Swedish Boxing Federation Board:

Simon Vis Jamegar                President

Evelina Andersson                 Board Member

Lotta Kallbom                         Board Member

Gosta Niklasson                      Deputy 

Jan Eliasson                             Deputy

Telmor Alex Mullazadeh       Board Member

Per-Ola Lindell                        Board Member

Susanne Karrlander               Vice President

 

The congratulations of the EUBC President Franco Falcinelli

Dear President Simon Vis Jamegar,

I would like to congratulate you for your election as the new President of Swedish Boxing Federation.

I’m sure that your leadership and your boxing knowledge will ensure continuity to the great tradition and development of Swedish boxing at National and International levels.

I would like to renew the good will to continue a close cooperation between your Boxing Federation and EUBC to reach the common goals.

Looking forward to meet you in the near future, I send you my best congratulations and best regards to extend to all Board Members.

 

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