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USSAWomenUP Campaign - Onalenna Tsae


Onalenna Tsae’s (USSA Boxing General Secretary) involvement in sport started when she was young. She’s taken part in sport all her life until the time she started coaching, which she regards as her extra curricula activity.

She believes that one of the greatest traits women have is that they are naturally caring and motivational; it comes with ease and affects being able to sacrifice for the team and team work in a phenomenal way.

Onalenna made special reference to boxing when she said, ‘’boxing has been seen as a manly sport over the years but the number of women who participate as coaches, players and officials is rapidly increasing.’’

The greatest characteristic Tsae has gained through working in the industry is dedication. “When you lose you must also dedicate time to see where you went wrong. Just like in life when you have goals you must dedicate yourself to achieving them, when you fail to achieve a certain goal, instead of quitting, one must dedicate time to look at new possibilities to achieve the goal’’, she said.

Onalenna is driven by her passion for boxing. ‘’Passion makes everything possible. I love the sport and am too passionate about it because at the end of the day it moulds many lives’’, she said. 



Posted by USSA Media on 2019-08-21.
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