After leaving boxing as a competitor Frank pursued being an official and has now become a 3 Star and WSB official with IBA. He utizilizes his experience as an official to help explains the rules of boxing to the coaches and boxers in the Lonsdale Boxing Club.
Shyloe started boxing later in life after having her daughters. She was looking for a new sport as she loved all sports. Shyloe boxed competitively for years and some of her notable achievements include multiple Provincial Championship winner, National Bronze Medalist, North Dakota Golden Gloves champion and Western Canadian Championship Silver Medalist. After leaving competing, Shyloe wanted to continue the sport she loved so pursued her coaching certification. Shyloe has been coaching for over 12 years now. Shyloe is an NCCP certified level 2 coach, and is finishing up her Competition Development. She is also Saskatchewan’s only AIBA 1 Star Coach, which allows her to coach internationally. Most recently, Shyloe was named Head Coach for the 2023 Canada Winter Games in PEI. Shyloe prides herself on sportsmanship, teamwork and making sure that the athletes she coaches not only become the best version of themselves they can be, but also have fun doing it.
Trent started boxing with Lonsdale 10 years ago. He has been coaching 5 years. He has competed in multiple bouts. He enjoys all aspects of the sport. He has fun working with the boxers, and ensures they understand the discipline of the sport.
Shamus joined Lonsdale 19 years ago, and began coaching 10 years ago. He has a strong cardio presence when coaching and loves his push-ups. He has competed in many matches himself and understands what it takes to compete. He tries to instill this into the boxers to help them prepare if they choose to compete
My name is Sheldon Hunter and I coach at Lonsdale Boxing Club. The love of boxing was instilled in me by Adam Faul, my coach when I was boxing. My son started boxing just before COVID and that was the first time I was in a boxing gym since I used to do it. The boxing bug bit me again and I started to help out with coaching duties. I especially enjoy working with new boxers teaching them the first steps. It gives me great pleasure to watch them progress in their fitness level and their boxing skills.