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2022 Tasmanian Senior Championships, Cliff Joyce Memorial and Presidents Cup Round 4

Aug 23 2022

Competition Date and Venue

Date: Saturday 17 September 2022

Venue: Align Fitness and Massage, Mornington

Deadline for Entry

Deadline for $25.00 entry cost: 11:59 PM on Sunday 4 September

Deadline for $35.00 entry cost: 11:59 PM on Sunday 11 September

REGISTRATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED

Who can enter?

Presidents Cup and Cliff Joyce Memorial

Any member of Weightlifting Tasmania is eligible to enter the Presidents Cup and your competition total is automatically counted for the Cliff Joyce Memorial event. You only need to pay once for both events.

If you are not a member, you must join Weightlifting Tasmania first - Click here or go to JOIN on the main menu of this website. Please note that membership is a full 12 months irrespective of the joining date.

Be also aware that there is a members handbook now available in the resources area of this website. Click here or go to Resources/New Member Guidelines on the menu of this website.

Eligibility requirements for the Tasmanian Senior Championships

  • You must have completed the Anti-Doping Fundamentals course on the Sports Integrity Australia website. You can self-enrol in this course. On completion of this course, you will receive a certificate. A copy of this certificate must be lodged with Weightlifting Tasmania prior to the competition, Use the email: office@weightliftingtas.com
  • Members of Weightlifting Tasmania must have reached AWF grading "I" (see tables below). You only need to pay one entry fee to enter the Tasmanian Senior Championships, the Presidents Cup and the Cliff Joyce Memorial Shield.
Female 45 49 55 59 64 71 76 81 87 87+
Total  88 95 104 109 115 122 126 130 133 143

 

Male 55 61 67 73 81 89 96 102 109 109+
  138 149 158 167 176 184 190 194 199 214

How to register your entry for this competition

Go to the link " Competition Registration" on the top menu, right-hand side. You will only be able to register if you are a member of Weightlifting Tasmania Inc.

When you register there are three pieces of information that the entry system requires:

  • In the competition registration portal, select your name which will appear in the drop-down list of members (so you have to be a member or your name will not appear).
  • Enter your date of birth
  • Enter your AWF code which you receive by email when you become a member/and your membership is approved. If you cannot find your AWF code email: teacher@leoisaac.com

Once these details are entered the system will then identify you and you will be able to proceed.

Nomination of Entry Total

Unless you are a complete beginner and this is your first competition, please nominate your entry total when you sign up for the event. At your discretion, you should nominate either your previous best total or an amount less than your previous best total. 

Nomination of bodyweight category

All competitors in the Tasmanian Senior Championships MUST nominate their bodyweight category. The bodyweight categories are as follows:

Women: F45, F49, F55, F59, F64, F71, F76, F81, F87, F87+

Men: M55, M61, M67, M73, M81, M89, M96, M102, M109, M109+

This requirement is for medals purposes.

The Cliff Joyce Memorial Shield

Competition Start List

Entry list as at 10:30pm Sunday 11 September, 2022

The Competition Schedule

Competition Schedule (9:30am 16/9)

Officiating Roster

Officiating/Volunteer roster (10:45am 16/9)

Guidelines for Competitors

The expected standard of dress for competitors who are new to Weightlifting competitions is that clothing must not be loose, and that elbows should be clearly visible. These rules allow referees to adjudicate appropriately. If a T-Shirt and shorts are worn, the T-Shirt must be tucked in. Tights may be worn, with or without shorts over the top.

Competitors who are regular participants in the competition should wear competition apparel that abides by the International Rules of Weightlifting. This means wearing a lifting costume.

All competitors should be aware that the maximum width of a Weightlifting belt is 12cm.

The competition format will follow the 'ascending bar principle', as normal. This means that competitors choosing the lightest weights go first, and the bar only goes up in weight during the course of the session.

Help is always on hand for new participants. You can also request help via the Weightlifting Tasmania Facebook page.

 
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