Sabrina Aubin punches opponent

Sabrina Aubin


• Earned her way onto the national team six years ago after undergoing surgical reconstruction of her labrum, which led to people telling her she would never box again
• Won her first international medal while representing Canada at the 2017 AMBC Pan American Championships
• Won the Canadian title in the 57kg weight class in 2017
• In 2018, won Canada’s first ever Commonwealth Games medal in the 57kg weight class, only losing to the tournament’s eventual champion


Getting into the Sport: Played basketball for nine years until a knee injury at age 21 prevented her from pursuing the sport further; had to undergo three surgeries on her left knee… Inspired to try boxing after watching the movie “Million Dollar Baby”… Outside Interests: Graduated from UQAM in 2015 with a degree in kinesiology… Works as a kinesiologist and boxing coach… Enjoys traveling during her time away from training… Odds and Ends: Always wears the same shorts at every fight… Favourite motto: You think training is hard, try losing… Nickname: Sab

Notable International Results

AIBA World Championships: 2018 – Round of 32 (57kg); 2016 – Round of 16 (57kg)

Commonwealth Games: 2018 – BRONZE (57kg)

Pan American Championships: 2019 – BRONZE (57kg); 2017 – SILVER (57kg)