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The IWF Technical Delegate to the Games, Dr. Tamás Aján President returned from Melbourne with throughout favourable impressions on the 2006 Games’ weightlifting events. He commented that these were “the finest weightlifting events ever held in the history of the Games, for which the hosts – notably Sam Coffa, IWF 1st Vice President and President […]
Weightlifting competitions in Melbourne continue to be the smashing hit of the Games. Both genders? sessions boast capacity audiences. His Royal Highness, Prince Edward, enjoyed watching weightlifting tremendously. After an unparalleled career, 45-year old Yurik Sarkisian, completing a dignified performance, said goodbye to the Australian audience. For results and news please click on:
?The most wonderful weightlifting competitions in the history of the Commonwealth Games have just started here in Melbourne!?, stated Dr. Tamás Aján, IWF President, who has attended these Games for the last 30 years. At an unprecedented and spectacular Opening Ceremony Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the Games. Featuring lifters from a record […]
A delegation of the Czech Weightlifting Federation led by Mr. Emil Brzoska, President, visited the IWF headquarters and with IWF President Dr. Tamás Aján finalized the details of the 2007 Junior World Championships in Prague, Czech Republic. Dates for the Championships have been set: 7-8 June 2007: IWF Committee and Executive Board meetings 9 June […]
Compiled by IWF Honorary Life President Gottfried Schödl, the latest issue of the IWF Annual Book 2005 gives an account on the Centennial Year more comprehensive and detailed than ever before. Printed on 82 pages, the Annual Book reports on all the important events, world records, medal tables, Federation activities, etc. that marked the year […]
1034 performances by 725 women from 90 countries, as well as 1758 results achieved by 1361 men from 125 nations constitue the 2005 Annual World Ranking Lists just published by the IWF Secretariat. The rankings are available on this website and are just being mailed out in a printed book format to the National Federations […]