Mandy Bujold began her career as an amateur boxer in 2006 when she claimed the Canadian National Championship and Athlete of the Year titles in the 51kg (flyweight) division. Since that time, she has made her way as a Flyweight Champion and amassed an impressive collection of titles and historical events for her sport.
Mandy Bujold …
- Commonwealth Games Bronze Medalist
- 4x Continental Champion
- 2x Pan-American Games Champion
- 10x Canadian National Champion
- Member of Team Canada for Rio 2016 Olympics
In 2011, Mandy competed at the Pan-American Games, where women’s boxing was introduced for the first time. Not only did Mandy make history by being the first fight and winning the first medal, she won gold and claimed her title as the Pan-American Champion. A monumental year for Mandy was 2015 when she successfully defended her title, making history as the only 2-time Pan-American Games Champion in Women’s boxing history. The 2015 Pan-American Games brought her world ranking to #2 and were a major steppingstone for her “Road to Rio”. In March Mandy took part in the America’s Olympic Qualification event and took home a Gold medal while securing her spot on the 2016 Olympic Team. Mandy’s goal is to fight for Gold this summer in Rio!
Mandy’s dedication and discipline have made her a great competitor and ambassador of the sport and her Country.