The following is from Ian Moir, Executive Director, Australian Weightlifting Federation.
Venue: Align Fitness and Massage / Weightlifting Academy of Tasmania
You are invited to participate in Weightlifting Tasmania’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). A draft Agenda for the meeting is attached.
Change of competition format for 2021 AWF U20 and U23 Championships.
Roman Kisselev discusses the Tasmanian Weightlifting scene and the commencement of Weightlifting coaching at Portside Barbell Club, Devonport.
Course Type: Level 1 Coach Accreditation Course (Australian Weightlifting Federation)
Under the World Anti-Doping Code’s new International Standard for Education, which came into effect on 1 January 2021, the Australian Weightlifting Fderation is required to ensure that Australian weightlifters and support personnel receive anti-doping education.
The 2020 Presidents Cup concluded on 5 December with the final competition at Crossfit Levitate. A total of 40 athletes competed on that last day. The 2020 WTI Awards function was held later in the evening and teh following results were announced:
The Australian Weightlifting Federation is intending to conduct a national online competition starting Monday 2 November and concluding Friday 6 November, 2020. The competition is a head to head bodyweight category competition conducted in real-time by an online announcer and lifts are adjudicated by online referees.
Requires individuals to attend a weekend face-to-face course, approximately 10 hours of self-study and the completion of assessment materials. The only prerequisite is the completion of the Level 1 and there is no minimum coaching experience requirement.