In its award of 8 April 2021, the CAS had decided that TAWA athletes would not be allowed to participate in IWF events until 18 June 2021, or an earlier date subject to TAWA satisfying a number of conditions. The matter was considered by the Independent Monitoring Group, which yesterday found that these conditions were […]
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The International Testing Agency (ITA) confirms that the International Weightlifting Federations’ (IWF’s) Member Federation Independent Sanctioning Panel has imposed a one-year suspension against the Romanian Weightlifting Federation as a consequence of numerous Anti-Doping Rule Violations. Following its initial announcement about the referral of the case, the ITA has been informed by the IWF’s Member Federation […]
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The International Testing Agency (ITA) asks the International Weightlifting Federations’ (IWF’s) Independent Panel to impose sanctions on the Federación Colombiana de Levantamiento de Pesas under the IWF Anti-Doping Rules and the IWF Qualification System for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, as a consequence of numerous Anti-Doping Rule Violations. The ITA has informed the Federación Colombiana […]
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IWF Coaching and Research Committee is organizing a webinar series from which the first webinar will take place on 11th June 2021 at 3PM CEST. The webinar will be held on Zoom and can also be followed at the IWF YouTube Channel during and after the webinar. The webinar will contain the following topics: Q&A session […]
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Twenty-nine athletes competing across 12 sports and from 13 host National Olympic Committees (NOCs) will be part of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team (EOR) Tokyo 2020. The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today approved the composition of the team. The athletes were selected from among the refugee athletes currently supported by […]
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