Hawaii Administrative Rules
Chapter 74 - BOXING
Section 16-74-336 - Eligibility

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 16-74-336

Current through February, 2024

No person shall be permitted to take part in an amateur boxing exhibition or contest unless that person:

(1) Is from seven to fourteen years of age, to be known as junior boxers; or

(2) Is from fifteen to under seventeen years of age, to be known as teen age boxers; or

(3) Is seventeen years or older, to be known as senior amateur boxers (proof of age shall be established by birth certificate or other acceptable documentary evidence); or

(4) Is a registered amateur athlete and has been granted a permit to box by the commission or its agent; and

(5) Has been in training for a period of at least thirty days prior to entering the contest if he has had no previous experience, or for a period of at least fifteen days prior to the contest if he has had previous experience;

(6) Has been recently examined by a physician approved by the commission, and satisfactorily passed the examination; and

(7) Has obtained his parents or guardian's signed approval and waiver if he is under eighteen years of age.

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