Australian Teams for the IWF World Championships and Commonwealth Championships.
IOC Approves Revised Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Qualification System
The executive board (EB) of the international Olympic Committee (IOC) has approved the event programme and athlete quotas for the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
The IWF Online Youth World Cup, the biggest online weightlifting competition ever produced, has begun and over the next few days Australia’s four entrants will connect with their contemporaries around the world and compete in real time from their respective home bases.
Online Youth World Cup preliminary entries and schedule
The International Weightlifting Federation has confirmed the appointment of Australian Lawrence (Lawrie) Townsend to the reformed IWF Anti-Doping Commission.
Australian weightlifters Eileen Cikamatana and Matthew Lydement will join 120 athletes representing 32 countries to contest the 1st Uzbekistan Online Cup this weekend.
We're pleased to announce that that Eileen Cikamatana became an Australian Citizen on the 11th of September, and has recently been cleared to compete internationally by the IWF as an Australian athlete.
Please find attached a circular letter signed by IWF President and General Secretary
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.