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Sat 21st January saw 2 Bangor Sport Weightlifters competing at the English Para Powerlifting Championships at Milton Keynes. With a 7am Weigh In both Mathew Williams and Shaun Stocker had to be up bright and early. This was Shaun’s first competition and Mathew’s second so both...

Last week saw Bangor University hosting the World Para Powerlifting Coaching Course on behalf of Weightlifting Wales. This saw the Chair of World Powerlifting Jon Amos, delivering to 13 Coaches from across Wales and 2 guests from Scotland and England. Jon has been a great friend...

  Weightlifting Wales have recently held their first ever Para Powerlifting training camp. The Para Powerlifting programme has only recently started and has made huge leaps forward in a short time. Lifters travelled from far and wide to attend the camp and there was a wide spread...

Weightlifting Wales is delighted to announce that their new Social Media partner will be Under The Bar, with both bodies aiming to promote many aspects of Weightlifting, members and supporters will receive a continuous thread of exciting and important developments on numerous social media platforms. “We...

Dear Members, There will be a meeting on Tuesday 28 November 17:30-20:30. During this meeting a Special Resolution will be part of the agenda, to update the company's Articles of Association. Members are invited to attend. Weightlifting Wales are happy to answer any questions members may have during this...

From 1st of January 2017 the rule changes are; 1)      The 15/20kg rule will have both male and female as 20kg. 2)      The bodyweight advantage will be abolished from the rules. 3)      The female catagories will now include 90kg and 90kg+, with both classes having the qualification standard...