The International Weightlifting Federation announced Tashkent and Jeddah as the hosts of the Youth and Junior World Championships 2021. The IWF Executive Board met in Las Vegas this week where it discussed the collaborative development of the IWF Strategic Plan 2020-2024, approved the host cities for the upcoming IWF events.
Hosts announced for Youth and Junior World Championships 2021
The meeting took place ahead of the IWF Congress and 2019 IWF Youth World Championships, which will showcase the global strength of weightlifting and the bright future of the sport.
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With that in mind, the IWF Executive Board agreed to launch a far-reaching consultation process with athletes, coaches, National Federations and all stakeholders to gather their ideas on how the sport can improve in the years ahead.
The feedback will be incorporated into the IWF Strategic Plan 2020-2024 which will be an athlete-centered, sport focused plan that reinforces the IWF’s position in the Olympic Movement.
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During the meeting, the Executive Board also embraced the IOC’s
Refugee Olympic Team concept and agreed to proceed with the
recognition of Refugee athlete status.
The Executive Board also confirmed the host cities of the upcoming IWF events (Youth and Junior World Championships). Jeddah, Saudi Arabia was confirmed as the host of the 2021 Junior World Championships, which will be an historic occasion as the first international event of this level held for men and women in the country.
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The allocation of Jeddah as the host city reflects the IWF’s commitment to gender equality and to empowering women and men all around the world, through weightlifting. Tashkent, Uzbekistan was confirmed as host of the 2021 Youth World Championships.
With respect to Thailand’s multiple Adverse Analytical Findings and their potential consequences that seriously damage the integrity of the sport, Thai Amateur Weightlifting Association (TAWA) undertakes not to participate at any IWF events, including the Qualification Events and the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. TAWA’s undertaking was acknowledged by the IWF Executive Board.
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TAWA still continues to fulfil its obligation and will deliver the organisation of the 2019 IWF World Championships despite the fact that no Thai athletes will participate.
IWF President Tamas Ajan said: “Many important decisions were taken by the IWF Executive Board during our meeting here in Las Vegas. It is fitting that just before our Youth World Championships we discussed how we can plan for the future and ensure that we are delivering the very best possible sport for our future stars.”
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“The Strategic Plan 2020-2024 will integrate feedback from all stakeholders to ensure it truly represents the interests of everyone in weightlifting. We are also excited to announce Tashkent and Jeddah as the hosts of the 2021 Youth and Junior