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)
Competition information and advice for the Tasmanian U20 & U23 Championships and Presidents Cup round 1.
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:
President Cup Finals & Awards Night Levitate Invermay Launceston 5 Dec 2020
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.
Details of the Cliff Joyce Memorial/PC6 to be held at the Crossfit Levitate 10 Oct 20
The 2020 National Senior, U23, Junior, Youth and U15 Championships scheduled to be held in Sydney on 24-28 November have been cancelled.