STING has been chosen as the Official Boxing Equipment Provider for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the biggest sporting event ever to be held in the West Midlands.
Following a successful relationship during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, STING is honoured to be continuing their association with the Games, an unmissable celebration of world class sport and culture.
The best boxers from 72 Commonwealth nations and territories will be competing for gold from July 28 – 8th August 2022 using STING equipment at the NEC. STING will supply the Games with elite equipment. ensuring every boxer at the Games is using a product of unrivalled quality.
Spectators attending the Games will have the opportunity to immerse themselves into the world of boxing, planned specifically by the STING Activation Team, England Boxing, and the Commonwealth Games team. This activation will give people the opportunity to meet their favourite athletes and participate in fun-filled games and activities.
Amir Anis, STING Director, said: “We are very excited to be involved in our third Commonwealth Games as the Official Boxing Equipment Supplier.
“As an International Boxing Association licensee, and official supplier to GB Boxing and England Boxing, it’s only natural for STING to supply the boxing equipment for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
“We are proud that our brand is continuing to support these events, from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and now Birmingham 2022, this continued support reflects the strength of our partnership with the Commonwealth Games and major international sporting events.”
Matthew Kidson, Director of Sport for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, said: “It’s great to have STING on board as the Official Boxing Equipment Provider for Birmingham 2022. The company brings a wealth of experience having also provided the boxing equipment for Glasgow 2014 and Gold Coast 2018. They are highly regarded in the boxing world as an industry leader and I’m sure their partnership with Birmingham 2022 will be celebrated by all those competing in the Boxing events.”
Ann-Louise Morgan, Commonwealth Games Federation Sport Director, said: “It’s terrific to be welcoming STING as the Official Boxing Equipment Provider of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. In less than two months’ time, thousands of the world’s best boxers will be arriving in Birmingham to compete for one of the highest prizes in world sport. Partnering with one of the world’s leading boxing brands will give them the best opportunity to maximise their performance in front of thousands of spectators and millions watching around the world.”
For anyone interested in learning more, you can read about by visiting: stingsports.co.uk/pages/birmingham2022
STING is 100% Australian owned and operated and is one of the world’s fastest growing boxing brands.
STING produces a premium range of fitness equipment designed to withstand the rigours of high-performance training and competition. STING products combine unrivalled quality and safety, supreme comfort, and superior style to unleash the ultimate performance in every athlete.
With an initial focus on boxing, STING takes the humble boxing glove to the next level by combining traditional manufacturing methods with state-of-the art materials and innovative design. Every item in the STING range has been tried, tested, and approved by professional athletes. We use only the finest and most innovative technical materials, and we manufacture to the highest specifications, each time.
STING is an official licensee to IBA (International Boxing Association) and has supplied the equipment to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Rio 2016 Olympic Games and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. STING is a proud sponsor of multiple boxing teams for England, Germany, Turkey, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
For more information contact:
Josh Kallmeyer - STING Media & Communications Manager - email@example.com
About Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, which will be held from 28 July until 8 August 2022, will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to put the city, region and its people on the global stage.
The Games is already proving to be a catalyst for transformation across the West Midlands, attracting new investment and funding, creating jobs and apprenticeships for local people and new opportunities for local businesses, as well as accelerating projects that will ensure the region is ready to host a fantastic sports and cultural celebration.
Birmingham 2022 will be the Games for everyone, bringing people together from across the city and the region, to provide a warm welcome to millions of visitors during the summer of 2022.
Find out more at www.birmingham2022.com