Some articles on golden gloves, golden gloves champion, champion, gloves:
... The large gloves, which are usually studded with nails, weigh between 3–6 kg (7-12 lbs) ... Although the ball was traditionally made of wool, a wide variety of materials are used today The most commonly played game uses a ball made of rubber rolled with stocking thread, and fitted with a suede outer lining ...
... Team Trials, semi-finalist 2007 World Golden Gloves Silver Medalist 2007 National Golden Gloves Champion 2007 World Ringside Champion 2007 Wisconsin Golden Gloves Champion 2006 National Golden Gloves ...
... In 1946 he was the 135 pound Dapper Dan Golden Gloves champion, and the 135 pound AAU AMA Champion ... the 135 pound and 147 pound Pittsburgh Golden Gloves champion and the 135 pound Eastern Golden Gloves champion, which was held in Madison Square Garden ...
... Force and already the four-time All-Air Force boxing champion when he won the 1972 US Amateur heavyweight championship ... he knocked out future WBC and IBF heavyweight champion Larry Holmes twice ... He went on to face 1971 US Amateur heavyweight champion Duane Bobick in the finals of the Olympic Trials, where he broke Bobick's nose early in the fight ...
... Lacrosse gloves are heavily-padded, protective gloves worn by men's lacrosse players ... The gloves are designed to protect players' hands, wrists, and forearms from checks, or legal defensive hitting common in the sport ... Gloves consist of thick padding on the back of the hand and forearm covered in leather or canvas material, and a palm area made of synthetic and mesh material ...
Famous quotes containing the words champion, golden and/or gloves:
“What a terrible thing has happened to us all! To you there, to us here, to all everywhere. Peace who was becoming bright-eyed, now sits in the shadow of death; her handsome champion has been killed as he walked by her very side. Her gallant boy is dead. What a cruel, foul, and most unnatural murder! We mourn here with you, poor, sad American people.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)
“Now remember courage, go to the door,
Open it and see whether coiled on the bed
Or cringing by the wall, a savage beast
Maybe with golden hair, with deep eyes
Like a bearded spider on a sunlit floor
Will snarland man can never be alone.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“I saw her hand, she has a leathern hand,
A freestone-colored hand. I verily did think
That her old gloves were on, but twas her hands.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)