Cheavon Clarke

By 1st June 2017


  • 2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast, Australia – Bronze
  • 2017 European Championships, Ukraine – Silver
  • 2017 England Boxing Elite National Championships – Gold
  • 2016 GB Boxing Championships – Gold


Cheavon (or Chev as he is known by his teammates at GB Boxing) first started boxing at 18-years-old when he got involved with the Fight 4 Change charity at Gravesham boxing club.

The appeal of boxing was that you get out what you put in and Chev preferred it to other sports, such as football, where he had become frustrated by playing with teammates who did not put in as much effort as he did.

Now an ambassador for Fight 4 Change, Chev has taken part in many visits for the charity and spoken at the Houses of Parliament and met Prince Charles.

Chev won the England Boxing elite national finals in 2017.  He joined the GB Boxing squad soon after and was promoted to the Podium Squad later the same year. Later that year he was selected to represent England in the European Championships, it was here where Chev really set the bar, showing teammates exactly what he could do when he won a silver medal at the tournament.

His biggest career achievement to-date is representing Team England at the Gold Coast, in Australia, it was here where he won his Commonwealth Games bronze medal.