The Australian Weightlifting Federation is seeking motivated and experienced people to be part of two great Weightlifting events: The 2017 Commonwealth & Oceania Weightlifting Championships; and the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Please refer to the attachment containing the AWF Board Approved 2017 Events Calendar, qualifying standards and qualifying periods.
I am delighted to inform you that the OTIP program which closed on the 31st October attracted 7,670 students from 97 schools. 12 countries took part.
This is an outstanding success and I thank everyone involved with the organisation of the program. Please see attached report.
We’re pleased to advise that yesterday Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, GOLDOC Chairman Peter Beattie AC, GOLDOC CEO Mark Peters and swimming champion Samantha Riley publicly released details of GC2018 ticket prices at two media events on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane.
We want passionate fans in every seat, so the ticketing program that has been designed is inclusive, accessible and affordable.
Attached please find the 2016 Commonwealth Senior, Junior and Youth Championships results held in Penang Malaysia last week.
Please find attached the results book from the 2016 Eleiko Club Challenge held at the 2016 Brisbane Fitness & Health Expo over the 22nd & 23rd of October.
Within the next 12 days the WORLD YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS will be on in Penang, as well as the COMMONWEALTH Senior, Junior and Youth Championships.
We have finalized the Commonwealth list – please see attached. (if there are spelling errors or wrong dates – these can be adjusted at the verification of entries)
The World Youth list I am sure will be published soon by the IWF on their website.
Please be advised that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the 2017 Prohibited List (the Prohibited List), which will come into effect on 1 January 2017.
Please refer to the attachment containing notice that the 2016 Australian Weightlifting Federation Limited Annual General Meeting is to be held at the Sleeman Sports Complex, Cnr Old Cleveland & Tilley Rds, Chandler, Brisbane, on Sunday 20th November, 2016 starting at 13:00hrs sharp.
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) wants to learn more about the Australian officiating environment and is conducting research to hear about your experiences in officiating so that we can better tailor support for officiating in sport across Australia. Your participation will help to provide a snapshot of the officiating environment across different sports in Australia — it is the first of its kind in Australia.