Please refer to the attachment containing the announcement of the AWF Team that will be contesting the 2018 IWF World Senior Championships taking place in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan during the period 1 – 10 November 2018.
From November 1st, 2018, the IWF will change the bodyweight categories. Therefore NEW records will be established.
The OWF Executive Board and with the assistance of Michael Noonan, the CWF Statistician, have established new standards in these new bodyweight categories.
Please refer to the attachment regarding the submission of an expression of interest from female coaches wishing to be considered for an assignment at the 2018 IWF World Senior Championships – Ashgabat, TKM, 1-10 November 2018.
Please refer to the attachment containing the AWF Board approved High Performance Plan (HPP).
Please refer to the attachment containing the Selection Criteria for the 2018 World Senior Championships taking place in Ashgabat, TKM, during the period 1-10 November 2018.
The AWF Board congratulates Queenslanders Madison Power and Jett Gaffney on being selected by the Australian Olympic Committee to contest the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
Madison and Jett finished on top of the qualifying ladder in front of 18 other young promising athletes who all fought hard to make the team.
As you know the `new’ bodyweight categories will be contested at the 2018 Australian Jnr-Snr Championships in Brisbane.
The best Snatch, Clean & Jerk and Total will become the recognised standards that when topped post the 2018 nationals will turn out to be new Australian Jnr - Snr Records.
Please find attached the following documents:
1) Up to date Commonwealth Games records.
2) Lists of Commonwealth records for Senior, Junior and Youth as at 01 July 2018.
3) 2018 Commonwealth rankings, top 25 and one-per-nation, for each weight category as at 01 July.
Please refer to the attachment containing details of the athletes and Team Support Personnel who will be representing the AWF at the 2018 Oceania Youth-Junior-Senior Championships in Noumea, New Caledonia and at the 2018 World Junior Championships taking place in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Please refer to the attachments containing:
- 2018 World Junior Championships Athlete Selection Criteria
- 2018 Oceania Youth Championships Selection Criteria (Continental Youth Olympic Games Qualifying Event)
- 2018 Oceania Junior Championships Selection Criteria
- 2018 Oceania Senior Championships Selection Criteria
- 2018 FISU World University Championships Selection Criteria