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With about 600 staff working at the Adrian Flux headquarters, it’s no surprise to find a real mixture of talented people.
But one of the more unlikely stars is 21-year-old Stevi-Ann Levy, the recently crowned West Norfolk Sportswoman of the Year.
Because while there’s nothing unusual about Stevi’s love of going to the gym, she’s not there just to keep fit – she’s there to train for her blossoming career as an amateur boxer.
Already Eastern Counties champion, Stevi was beaten in the national semi-finals last year, and starts her preparations for another crack this year at Boston on March 22.
To help her preparations, bosses at Flux agreed to provide enough sponsorship cash to pay for new kit, including tracksuits, head guards, a kitbag, boxing boots, training vests and t-shirts.

Left to right (copyright Lynn News): Coach Richard Girdlestone, Stevi-Ann Levy and Ben Tansley, coach and owner of Heros Gym.

Left to right (copyright Lynn News): Coach Richard Girdlestone, Stevi-Ann Levy and Ben Tansley, coach and owner of Heros Gym.

A delighted Stevi, who fights out of the Heros Gym, in Lynn, said: “I can’t thank Adrian Flux enough for all of their help.
“All of the new kit will make me look so much more professional in and out of the ring wearing the tracksuits and t-shirts with the Flux logo on it.
“I’d like to thank Gavin Hill and Robert Balls at Flux for all of their help. My management team at work have also been really supportive, especially my team manager Hayley Sanctuary who has also become one of my best friends.”

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