Nate’s boxing career ended in 2010 fighting for Team Canada at the Francophone Games in Beirut. Since retiring from boxing in 2010 Nate has been living the corporate grind and is now teaching at Eastside Boxing and All City Athletics. Nate has a passion for working with people wanting to learn and practice the technical boxing fundamentals of the sweet science while hanging out at 238 Keefer with the growing boxing community. As a fighter, Nate went undefeated in BC, as the reigning BC Champion from 2000-2010. During those 10 years Nate turned over about 100 fights in the Canadian Amateur boxing scene and winning a Canadian Senior National title in 2008, 4 National Silver and 4 National Bronze medals and also competing in 3 Olympic trial events. “I like teaching people interested in learning boxing, the proper way…yes, there are “proper ways” to learn boxing. Not the exact prescription of every detail of a fighter, but teaching the fundamentals of good footwork, a sound defence and proper sticking technique. “unnecessary punches if you do plan to spar, maybe, as your next step in learning “how to box.”

Key Call Outs:

  • Bronze Medal for Canada at 2007 Common Wealth Championships, Liverpool
  • Represented Canada at 2010 Francophone Games, Beruit
  • Competed at Olympic Trials in 2004, 2008 and 2012
  • 2006 Premiers Athletic Award, BC Gov.
  • Team Canada 2007 – 2010
  • 2008 Canadian Senior National Welterweight Champion
  • 10 Canadian National Medals 2000 – 2010 | 1 Gold, 4 Silver, 4 bronze
  • Held the BC Boxing Champion Title 2000 – 2010