Canadian Masters Weightlifting Federation

Masters World Cup Tokyo 2020 Qualifier Coming to San Diego

Masters World Cup Tokyo 2020 Qualifier Coming to San Diego

MARCH 29, 2019, 2 P.M. (ET)

Colorado Springs, Colorado (March 29, 2019) -- Olympic weightlifting will land in San Diego this fall as USA Weightlifting announced today it will host the IWF Masters World Cup and San Diego Open, a Bronze-level qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, October 3-6 at the Town and Country Resort.

For American Masters Athletes, the qualifying standards will mirror the 2019 American Open Series. The qualification period runs August 31, 2018-September 1, 2019.

For American Senior athletes wishing to participate must satisfy the qualification criteria for Bronze events. Athletes who meet these qualification standards can express interest here for this self-funded competition opportunity. The deadline to express interest is June 30th, 2019.

There are no qualifying standards for International athletes.

In addition to the Masters and Senior competitions, awards will be given, by highest ROBI score, to the best 15 & under and 13 & under athlete. The qualifying standards for youth athletes are listed below.

Registration is open now at the following links:

Masters World Cup - U.S. Athletes

Masters World Cup - International Athletes

Youth Competition

Registration closes at 2PM Mountain Time on September 5, 2019.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to host this event,” USA Weightlifting CEO Phil Andrews said. “San Diego is a great city, and we look forward to having some of our best athletes on the platform.”

The Town & Country Resort will host the competition and competitors. Click here to book. In an effort to maximize athlete convenience and provide the best experience possible, participants are requested to stay at the Town & Country Resort with participants lifting in the IWF Masters World Cup required to book a two-night minimum stay.


Qualifying Standards

Masters (USA Athletes; No Qualifying Standards for International Athletes) 

Men

  M35 M40 M45 M50 M55 M60 M65 M70 M76 M80 M+85
55kg 118kg 113kg 110kg 108kg 91kg 84kg 73kg 62kg 53kg 45kg 33kg
61kg 132kg 132kg 124kg 117kg 98kg 90kg 78kg 67kg 58kg 49kg 36kg
67kg 155kg 146kg 132kg 124kg 105kg 96kg 83kg 71kg 61kg 50kg 38kg
73kg 156kg 148kg 134kg 126kg 107kg 98kg 85kg 73kg 63kg 52kg 40kg
81kg 166kg 156kg 143kg 134kg 113kg 104kg 90kg 78kg 66kg 56kg 42kg
89kg 175kg 165kg 150kg 141kg 119kg 109kg 95kg 82kg 69kg 58kg 45kg
96kg 184kg 172kg 157kg 147kg 124kg 114kg 99kg 85kg 73kg 61kg 47kg
102kg 193kg 180kg 164kg 154kg 131kg 119kg 103kg 89kg 77kg 64kg 49kg
109kg 200kg 188kg 171kg 160kg 136kg 124kg 108kg 92kg 80kg 66kg 51kg
+109kg 205kg 190kg 175kg 165kg 136kg 126kg 110kg 94kg 82kg 68kg 53kg

 

Masters

Women

  W35 W40 W45 W50 W55 W60 W65 W70 W+75
45kg 72kg 65kg 62kg 58kg 44kg 40kg 37kg 33kg 28kg
49kg 74kg 67kg 64kg 60kg 45kg 41kg 38kg 34kg 29kg
55kg 80kg 73kg 69kg 65kg 49kg 45kg 41kg 37kg 32kg
59kg 87kg 78kg 74kg 70kg 54kg 49kg 44kg 39kg 34kg
64kg 91kg 82kg 79kg 74kg 57kg 52kg 46kg 41kg 36kg
71kg 96kg 88kg 81kg 78kg 60kg 55kg 49kg 44kg 38kg
76kg 98kg 90kg 84kg 79kg 61kg 56kg 50kg 45kg 39kg
81kg 101kg 92kg 87kg 81kg 63kg 58kg 52kg 46kg 40kg
87kg 105kg 96kg 90kg 85kg 65kg 60kg 55kg 48kg 41kg
+87kg 109kg 100kg 94kg 88kg 68kg 62kg 57kg 50kg 43kg

 

14-15 Age Group

Years of Birth: 2004-2005

Men

Weight

Category

Qualifying

Total

39kg

63kg

44kg

72kg

49kg

84kg

55kg

98kg

61kg

110kg

67kg

120kg

73kg

127kg

81kg

133kg

89kg

140kg

+89kg

143kg

 

 

Women

Weight

Category

Qualifying

Total

36kg

45kg

40kg

50kg

45kg

55kg

49kg

63kg

55kg

71kg

59kg

77kg

64kg

81kg

71kg

86kg

76kg

87kg

+76kg

89kg

 

 

13 & Under / 11 & Under

Years of birth: 2006 or later

Men

Weight

Category

Qualifying

Total

32kg

32kg

36kg

36kg

39kg

39kg

44kg

44kg

49kg

49kg

55kg

55kg

61kg

61kg

67kg

67kg

73kg

73kg

+73kg

74kg

 

Women

Weight

Category

Qualifying

Total

30kg

30kg

33kg

33kg

36kg

36kg

40kg

40kg

45kg

45kg

49kg

49kg

55kg

55kg

59kg

59kg

64kg

64kg

+64kg

65kg

IWF Working Group meets to propose new Bodyweight Categories

The IWF Bodyweight Categories Working Group met in Budapest on 31 May – 01 June to begin the final phase of determining the new 10 women’s and 10 men’s bodyweight categories, which will provide greater athletic opportunities, improve inclusivity and enhance competition. More

WADA publishes 2017 Prohibited List

Today, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) publishes the 2017 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods; along with, the 2017 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes. The List – which designates what substances and methods are prohibited both in- and out-of-competition, and which substances are banned in particular sports – was approved by the Executive Committee on 21 September and comes into force on 1 January 2017.

“WADA is pleased to publish the 2017 Prohibited List, which is one of five International Standards that are mandatory for all signatories of the World Anti-Doping Code (Code) to follow,” said WADA President, Sir Craig Reedie.  “All athletes around the world are held to these standards and there can be no tolerance for people who intentionally break the rules,” Reedie continued.  “Updated annually, the List is released three months ahead of taking effect so that all stakeholders – in particular athletes and their entourage — have ample time to familiarize themselves with the List and its modifications,” he said.

“The Prohibited List follows a very extensive stakeholder review process over the course of nine months,” said Director General, Olivier Niggli.  “In reviewing the List, experts examine such sources as: scientific and medical research; trends; and, intelligence gathered from law enforcement and pharmaceutical companies in order to stay ahead of those that wish to cheat,” Niggli continued. “It is vital that all athletes take the necessary time to consult the List; and that, they contact their respective anti-doping organizations (ADOs) if they have any doubts as to the status of a substance or method,” said Niggli.

The List’s annual revision process is led by WADA, beginning with an initial meeting in January and concluding with the publication of the List by 1 October. This is an extensive nine-month consultation process which includes gathering information, circulating a draft list, stakeholder submissions, committee recommendations and the approval of the List by WADA’s Executive Committee during its September meeting.

It should be noted that, for athletes who have a legitimate medical reason for using a prohibited substance or method that is on the List, they can be accommodated via the International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (ISTUE), which has overwhelming acceptance from athletes, physicians and anti-doping stakeholders worldwide.

To view the changes made to the 2017 Prohibited List, please see the 2017 Summary of Major Modifications and Explanatory Notes.

Languages and Formats

As of today, the 2017 Prohibited List, the Summary of Modifications, and the 2017 Monitoring Program are available for download on WADA’s website in English. French and Spanish will follow shortly. 

Stakeholders wishing to translate the List into other languages are kindly asked to signal their interest at info@wada-ama.org, by 23 October.

As has been the case in past years, the List will be made available as an iPhone app and on other mobile devices effective 1 January 2017.

Suspension Starts For Nine IWF Member Federations Involved In Olympic Doping

IWF determined to encourage and protect clean weightlifting

20 October 2017; Budapest, Hungary: The one-year suspensions of the nine IWF Members Federations (MFs) found to have had three or more anti-doping rule violations (ADRVs) during the retesting of samples taken at Beijing 2008 and London 2012, officially took effect today.

The IWF has informed each of the nine MFs of their suspension, following the decision of the IWF Executive Board on 30 September 2017 to approve the recommendation of IWF’s Tbilisi Commission and to uphold the Board’s decision of 22 June 2016. Each MF will now have 21 days to appeal the decision.

IWF President Tamas Ajan said:

“The steps taken in weightlifting today are unprecedented in the history of sport. They show our total commitment to protect clean athletes. It was clear to us at the IWF that the problems in these nine countries required whole national cultures to change. For many of these member federations, there has already been a change of leadership and work has already begun to change the culture. Of course, we welcome these developments, as they will facilitate to those federations to comply with the requirements of a clean sport.“

“The IWF Anti-Doping efforts will continue with increased intensity in these 9 countries. IWF will do everything to make sure they will put in place the necessary anti-doping measures to address their doping issues so that they can take their places alongside the other members of our family once again.”

The IWF will work with the nine suspended MFs to ensure that they implement the IWF Rules in their countries and construct their national level ‘shields’ to protect clean athletes. IWF has urged these countries to willingly undertake complying with a massive set of criteria which aim to trigger the cultural shift thus ensuring that once these Federations regain their eligibility, a level-playing field is finally ensured at national level.

IWF expects these MFs to expressly acknowledge their responsibility for clean sport and to use this opportunity to actively commit to the fight against doping as a means to restore their reputation.

In case an MF decides to unconditionally accept the set of criteria it automatically involves the acceptance of being monitored by an Independent Monitoring Group which will mainly consist of outside-the-sport anti-doping experts.
The Group will carefully assess the situation of each MF which undertakes to comply with the criteria and create an action plan to address these issues one by one.
The monitoring will continue throughout the entire suspension period.
If fully satisfied, the Group at its sole discretion may decide to grant a Partial Conditional Reinstatement of the MF’s right to participate at IWF Events. The earliest time of such reinstatement depends on the gravity of the MF’s violation of the Policy rendered by the Board on 22 June (i.e.: number and severity of re-analysis cases). The reinstatement will not affect any other rights of the MF suspended as per the Board’s decision – these will remain suspended even in case a conditional lift is granted.
The full suspension will be immediately reinstated if the Group considers that the MF subject to the conditional reinstatement fails to meet any of the criteria.
Any decision of the Group will be final and binding and will not be subject to appeal.