The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has moved it's two-day Constitutional Congress back by a month, but will go ahead with elections as planned in the last week of March.
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The new President of Germany’s Weightlifting Federation (BVDG) is standing against Intarat Yodbangtoey of Thailand for one of the most senior roles in the sport.
Nijat Rahimov, a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, is one of the first two weightlifters ever to be charged with a doping offence for allegedly swapping urine samples.
Ursula Papandrea has announced her intent to regain the leadership of the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) and made a damning condemnation of a "toxic culture of corruption" within the organisation.
Complaints of "self-interest before the good of weightlifting" after Thailand’s Intarat seeks support for IWF elections
One of the leading supporters of an overhaul of the way weightlifting is governed has reacted with dismay to the first news of a candidate in the forthcoming International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) elections.
Exclusive: Colombian weightlifting chief vows "we will compete in Tokyo - we do not support cheating"
Three Colombian weightlifters can clear their names from doping charges and help their nation to overcome a potential ban from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Elez Gjoza, who resigned as head of the Albanian Weightlifting Federation (AWF) because of doping scandals, has returned to power and vowed to treat dopers as criminals in a tough new regime.
Colombia's chances of sending a weightlifting team to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are hanging by a thread after three of its athletes were banned for doping.
Russia’s biggest hope for an Olympic medal in weightlifting has been suspended for a suspected doping offence.
Weightlifting has lost one of its most important Olympic qualifying events because of yet another coronavirus-related postponement.
The Commonwealth Games Federation has introduced quota-reduction penalties in weightlifting for the first time in its qualification rules for Birmingham 2022.
The rift in weightlifting has been exposed again by the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) decision to cut the sport's athlete quota for the Olympic Games by more than half.
Exclusive: Optimistic IWF leader Irani prepared to "give my vote to athletes" on way to weightlifting reform
As weightlifting awaits a crucial decision from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) next week, Mike Irani, the British doctor who became the sport’s latest leader in October, has spoken about his heartfelt hopes and plans for a brighter future.
Venezuela has become the latest nation in weightlifting to face a loss of Olympic quota places because of multiple doping offences.
Agapitov clear to stand for European Weightlifting Federation Presidency after winning election in Russia
Maxim Agapitov saw off the challenge of his rivals - including Olympic silver medallist Dmitry Klokov - to win the Presidency of the Russian Weightlifting Federation (FTAR) for a second term.