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The Official Newsletter of the International Weightlifting Federation   2 Oct 2012      N°47
 

FOCUS ON IWF

Dr. Tamas Ajan, IWF President Federation receives Dostyk order

On the mission of the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, the Prime Minister Serik Akhmetov has awarded the Member of the International Olympic Committee and the President of the International Weightlifting Federation Dr. Tamas Ajan the Dostyk order of the 2nd degree. The Head of State expressed his gratitude to Tamas Ajan for his personal contribution to the work of the Olympic Committee and the popularization of weightlifting worldwide.

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ANTI-DOPING NEWS

WADA enhances ADAMS with version 3.2

WADA has released version 3.2 of the Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS) designed to enhance the efficiency of Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) programs and to strengthen overall data privacy.

ADAMS 3.2, which serves as a clearinghouse for anti-doping data, became operational on September 17, 2012 and is currently available in 13 languages. It was launched by WADA in 2005 to help simplify and co-ordinate the activities of its stakeholders and athletes who are involved in the anti-doping system.

Please click here to access the summary of the enhancements of ADAMS 3.2.

Please click here to access the full version of the ADAMS 3.2 Release Notes.


The WADA 2013 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods is now available

Following approval by the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) Executive Committee on September 10, the 2013 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods is now available.

Noteworthy changes to the List, which will come into force on January 1, 2013, include:

Rewording of section on Prohibited Methods

In order to make Section M1 more encompassing to include all kinds of manipulation of blood and blood components, the title and body of Section M1 has been changed.

The title of M1 now reads ‘Manipulation of Blood and Blood Components’, while M2.3 has been deleted as it is now included in this revised category under M1.3, which reads “any form of intravascular manipulation of the blood or blood components by physical or chemical means.”

Section M3, which covers gene doping, has also been reworded to provide a more precise definition of this prohibited method.

Beta-blockers

At the request of the Confédération mondiale des sports de boules (CMSB), Fédération Internationale des Quilleurs (FIQ), and Union Internationale Motonautique (UIM), beta-blockers are no longer prohibited in the sports of boules, ninepin and tenpin bowling, and powerboating.

Clarification of stimulants

To give more clarity, under Section 6 for Stimulants it has been confirmed that all optical isomers where relevant are prohibited.

Monitoring Program

In order to reveal potential patterns of abuse, tapentadol has been added to the Monitoring Program in 2013 under in-competition narcotics.

Mobile-friendly formats

In an effort to provide stakeholders with tools to support anti-doping activities and following the successful iPhone application introduced in 2011, the 2013 Prohibited List will again be available on iPhone and other mobile devices.

In addition to English, French and Spanish versions of the List, it is also possible to translate the List into other languages.

Stakeholders who wish to translate the List can do so by November 1, 2012 and send WADA the new version to be inserted in the mobile-friendly platforms at minimal cost.

For more information, please contact: gro.ama-adaw@ofni

To consult the 2013 Prohibited List, the 2013 Monitoring Program, a summary of modifications on the 2013 List, and a Q&A on any changes, please click here.

 

NATIONAL FEDERATIONS

Kazakhstan prepares to host the 2014 IWF World Championships

At the Agency of Sports and Physical Education the Head of the Agency Talgat Yermegiyayev met the President of the International Weightlifting Federation Dr. Tamas Ajan. They ratified a memorandum on cooperation as part of the preparation of Kazakhstan to host the 2014 IWF World Championships.

Talgat Yermegiyayev, Chairman, Kazakh Agency of Sports and Physical Education:

„I would like to express my gratitude to Tamas Ajan for the support of our athletes and for giving a right to organise the 2014 IWF World Championships in Kazakhstan. „

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CALENDAR EVENTS

Overview of the successful IWF Youth World Championships Kosice, Slovakia

The Weightlifting Championships held in Kosice, Slovakia was a well organized and perfectly managed competition that welcomed 229 athletes from 35 countries. The participants in this year’s Youth World Championships were motivated and eager for victory.  

The Women's medals were shared by twelve countries whilst the Men's were split between seventeen.  The 13-17 year old youth athletes showed impressive techniques and innate qualities and some of them already have the makings of great champions.

Five Youth World Records were set during the competition.

In the 69kg bodyweight category KARRAR MOHAMMED Jawad Mohammed Kadhum (IRQ) set 2 Youth World Records: in the Snatch with 143kg and in the Total with 311kg.

In the 77kg bodyweight category KARAPETYAN Andranik (ARM) also doubled. He set the New Youth World Record in the Snatch with 155kg and in the Total with 331kg.

The one and only World Record among Women was set by the Kazakh lifter NOGAY Nadezhda who dominated the +69kg category snatching 123kg.

The ELEIKO-IWF Press Commission’s Trophy of “Best Lifter” within Men went to KARAPETYAN Andranik (ARM) while the “Best Women” Trophy was awarded to NOGAY Nadezhda (KAZ).

According to the Team classification, the first 3 best performing Men and Women Team stood up on stage during the Closing Ceremony to receive a special award.

Within the 142 participating men lifters out of 33 countries, the Chinese Team finished as first. The ranking follows as Russia and Ukraine.

Among the 87 participating women lifters out of 22 countries; Russia, Ukraine and Turkey got awarded within Team classification.

The Slovakian Weightlifting Federation prepared special Trophies for the three best Men and Women athletes of the Competition according to the Sinclair points.

Women’s Point Ranking is as follows:

1) NOGAY Nadezhda (KAZ)

2) MAXIMOVA Ksenia (RUS)

3) MOLIE Madalina Bianca (ROU)

Men’s Point Ranking is as follows:

1) KARAPETYAN Andranik (ARM)

2) KARRAR MOHAMMED Jawad Mohammed Kadhum (IRQ)

3) MOSQUERA Luis (COL)

Dr. Tamás Aján, IWF President joined by Mr. Pavel Mutafov, Slovakian Weightlifting Federation President handed the IWF Flag over to Mr. Shakrillo Makhmudov, Uzbekistan Weightlifting Federation General Secretary.

The upcoming 2013 IWF Youth World Championships also Qualification Event for the Youth Olympic Games will be held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in April 2013.

Major of Kosice Mr. Richard Rasi came to watch the last competition day at the Spoločenský Pavilon. During the Closing Ceremony he expressed its great contentment about hosting such a great event and about the importance of having contributed to the initiation of the young generation to sporting activities.

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