The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) will ensure there is a record level of testing at their World Championships in Anaheim, California from November 28 until December 5 - and before.
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TV money in the balance as Sweden becomes favourite to host 2018 European Weightlifting Championships
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Weightlifting to appoint Independent Testing Authority in bid to combat doping and save place in Olympics
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Donald Trump's least favourite nation is all set to register the biggest sporting triumph in its 69-year existence - in the United States.
China, Russia and seven other leading nations have been banned for a year and will miss the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Championships in Anaheim, as well as next year’s Summer Youth Olympic Games, Junior World Championships, Asian Games and their own Continental Championships.
Exclusive: International Weightlifting Federation praised by IOC member for commitment to cleaning up sport
Weightlifting executives and independent experts from all over the world gather in Bucharest in Romania this weekend for one of the sport’s most important decision-making meetings since it gained a regular place on the Olympic Games programme nearly 100 years ago.
Fernando Reis, Brazil’s top weightlifter, who has been embroiled in one of the most incredible controversies in the sport’s history in recent months, is in Brazil’s team for the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Championships in California.
Weightlifters in China, India and the United States – the world’s three most populous countries – have all had much to celebrate in recent days, but in terms of significance to the sport none of their efforts matches those of a group anti-doping, legal and sports administration executives who met in Frankfurt yesterday and today.
Chinese weightlifters showed why they are the dominant force in the sport with a number of phenomenal performances at the National Games of China, which ended in Tianjin today.
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The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has recruited five independent experts from outside its own governing body to help protect the sport’s place on the Olympic Games programme.
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has announced the make-up of its special commission to look into how the sport can become more innovative and more socially inclusive.