The AWF Junior and Under 23 Championships concluded on Sunday after a total of ninety-three lifters competed within competition hubs across seven states.
The 2021 AWF Junior & Under 23 Championships will take place in State Competition Hubs across the country this weekend.
Due to the continuing uncertainty of interstate travel within Australia, this year's National Under 23 and Junior Championships will be conducted in State Hubs.
Please find attached an updated AWF 2021 Events Calendar.
This weekend the inaugural AWF Pathway Squad will come together at the Australian Institute of Sport for an intensive training camp.
After eight months and nine competition rounds, Australia finished second in the Oceania League after defeating Fiji in the final match of the tournament.
The Oceania Weightlifting Federation today advised that the OWF Executive Board has decided to postpone the Annual Congress and 2021 Oceania Championships to August 24th to 28th, to be held in Nauru.
Please find the 2021 WORLD MASTERS WEIGHTLIFTING ONLINE CHAMPIONSHIPS REGULATIONS
The Australian Masters Championships will be held in conjunction with the Oceania Masters Championships and Commonwealth Masters Championships in Cairns QLD, at the Pullman Cairns International Hotel, on 10th - 12th February 2021.
Please find attached the following:
- 2020 Commonwealth Rankings, both absolute top-25, and one-per-nation, per category
- Commonwealth Senior, Junior and Youth records as at 31 December 2020
- Commonwealth Women's Masters records as at 31 December 2020
- Commonwealth Men's Masters records as at 31 December 2020