Cyrus won Nova Scotia titles in each one of the eleven years he competed at weights from 48 kg up to 81 kg as he got bigger, older, and stronger. Chosen Captain of his Nova Scotia Team at the Canada Games in 2011 he stopped British Columbia in the first round, outpointed Prince Edward Island, and lost by a split-decision to Ontario in the televised national Final to claim the Silver medal. Boxing for Nova Scotia in 2009 at the Quebec Cup he won Silver. In 2010 he won over Team England by a decision. Fighting against the United States Marines he won on points. Nationally Cyrus fought at five Championships winning a Gold, two Silver, and two Bronze. At 81 kg in 2012 after defeating both Quebec and the number one ranked fighter from Ontario he won the Canadian Championship. Internationally as a fourteen year old he fought in the largest Amateur Boxing Tournament in the world in Kansas City in 2008. At the Brandenburg Cup in Germany he defeated Czechoslovakia before dropping a split-decision to Norway. As Captain of Team Canada at the World Youth Championships in Yerevan, Armenia, Cyrus defeated Israel before losing to the eventual Bronze medal winner from Russia to place 16th in the world! The following year he took a step back from boxing; after more than 70 bouts, it was time for work and study. After achieving outstanding success Provincially, Nationally and Internationally in his eleven year career the Sports Heritage Wall of Fame is honoured to welcome Cyrus Taylor as a most deserving inductee.