What is B&B Sports Academy?
B&B Sports Academy is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization founded by world championship boxer Terence “Bud” Crawford and head trainer Brian “Bomac” McIntyre. B&B Sports Academy is a community-based athletic center that builds body, mind and character. Expert, caring coaches help members reach goals inside and outside the ring. Positive, structured activities teach confidence,discipline and healthy habits for a lifetime. Learn the winning edge at B&B, the home gym of world champion Terence “Bud” Crawford.
Who can attend the academy?
Youth ages 8 to 18 years old are welcome to attend B&B Sports Academy. In addition to being trained by world-class coaches in the science of boxing, participants are required to maintain positive social behavior and academic achievement. The importance of education is stressed by requiring each member to have their report cards and progress reports submitted so that the Academy’s staff understands what each member’s academic status and needs are. Tutors and other volunteers are recruited to assist children who are in need.
Who are the coaches?
In between his own fights, Terence himself is very hands-on with the instruction and coaching of B&B youth. Participants also learn skills and training from Terence’s team of coaches and trainers, as well as a number of volunteers who are very experienced in the field. All have mastered the art of scientifically breaking down the sport of boxing and communicating it to their students. The Academy’s second to none programming has produced local, regional, and national champions who represent B&B Sports Academy in competitions around the country.
Where is B&B Sports Academy located?
B&B Sports Academy is located in the heart of North Omaha at 31 st and Sprague Street, not far from where Terence himself grew up.
How can I enroll my child?
Youth interested in attending B&B Sports Academy can register online on our gym page.
What are the hours of operation?
B&B Sports Academy is open Monday – Friday from 5:00 p.m. until 7:15 p.m.