Professional boxer Cherrelle Brown joins our team as our newest community ambassador!
Today we are delighted to announce that London based professional boxer Cherrelle Brown has been confirmed as our newest community ambassador.
Cherrelle joins professional boxer Stacey Copeland and triathlete Rhianna Parkinson as a community ambassador for Sports Tours International and she will be supporting a number of UK events and posting regular blogs to share her experiences and training tips with our customers.
Cherrelle, who is a qualified personal trainer and currently studying Osteopathy at British College of Osteopathic Medicine University said:
‘’Boxing has given me drive and determination to reach my fullest potential. Sport has changed me – it’s deterred me from bad influence and trouble and set me on the right path to achieving my goals.’’
Here at Sports Tours International we take thousands of participants to some of the world’s biggest sporting events including the TCS New York Marathon, Boston Marathon and the Tour de France. We also are very proud to engage local communities by organising several running events across the North West including the UKFast We Love MCR 10K and the Tour of Tameside.
Commenting on her new role, Cherrelle said
’‘It’s an honor to be working with Sports Tours International – sport changed my life and I’m hoping to show that through my role as community ambassador.’’
Cherrelle started her sporting career six years ago and achieved her first Novice National Title in 2011. Since then, she has won three Elite National Titles and boxed for England seven times, winning gold and silver in the Tri-nation 2016 and bronze in the Balkans 2016 tournament.
Chris Bird, our CEO of Sports Tours International, commented:
“We are excited to welcome Cherrelle as our community ambassador; she will be an inspiration and role model to many with her to persistence and passion for sport.
Our goal is to be at the heart of building the world’s largest active lifestyle community and whilst we are an international brand, it’s important to engage with local communities and cities across the UK. Our community ambassadors are great role models and will inspire young people across the UK to be more active “
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