Moldavian boxers resumed training in open spaces. Until now, boxers have been training at home because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Moldavian boxers resumed training in open spaces. This became possible after last week the Commission on Emergency Situations of the Republic of Moldova issued this provision for members of national teams.

Until now, boxers have been training at home because of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Finally, we went outside. The guys are full of strength and desire to work. We hope that we will return them to the form in which they were. “- said Igor Untile.

“It was a long period during which I stayed at home. We trained alone. We hope to return to normal life and train in the gym to participate in competitions and qualifying tournaments, ”Buksha said.

“We can run, we can work on endurance. So far, we have only trained indoors. I have a fence, and I could allow myself to move, I had a bit of freedom, ”said Paraschiv.

Athletes who train in Hincesti perform various physical exercises that at first glance have nothing to do with boxing.

Boxers admitted that one of the biggest problems at the moment is the fact that they are all overweight, they are gaining extra pounds at home.

“We will not have competitions in the near future. Maybe now it’s not so important to make a category. Anyway, I have time. Making a category is not a problem, ”said Paraschiv.

Last month, six boxers from the national team took part in the qualifying tournament for the Tokyo Olympics in London. However, competitions in which about 350 athletes competed were suspended.

Another qualifying tournament was scheduled for May in Paris, but it was also delayed.