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Weightlifting Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games



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With weightlifting it won't be as easy as with boxing for the IOC to govern it for Tokyo. First of all - much less time, secondly - in boxing it was mostly governance and judges, here we have... every

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Qualification system:

http://mssz.hu/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/IWF-Weightlifting.pdf

 

Which countries have "recorded ten (10) or more ... violations of the 
IWF Anti-Doping Policy (IWF ADP) between the start date of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games period 
and the end of the Tokyo 2020 qualification period sanctioned by IWF or Anti-Doping Organisations 
other than Member Federations, National Olympic Committees or National Anti-Doping Organisations" ?

 

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Subject to the specific Anti-Doping Rules and Regulations, all NOCs/MFs shall be eligible to qualify a minimum 
of one (1) male and one (1) female athlete for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
a) Member Federations which have recorded ten (10) or more but less than twenty (20) violations of the 
IWF Anti-Doping Policy (IWF ADP) between the start date of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games period 
and the end of the Tokyo 2020 qualification period sanctioned by IWF or Anti-Doping Organisations 
other than Member Federations, National Olympic Committees or National Anti-Doping Organisations
shall be eligible to qualify one (1) additional male and one (1) additional female athlete, altogether a 
maximum of two (2) male and two (2) female athletes;
b) Member Federations which have recorded less than ten (10) violations of the IWF ADP between the start date of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games period and the end of the Tokyo 2020 qualification 
period sanctioned by IWF or Anti-Doping Organisations other than Member Federations, National 
Olympic Committees or National Anti-Doping Organisations shall be eligible to qualify three (3) 
additional male and three (3) additional female athletes, altogether a maximum of four (4) male and four (4) female athletes.

 

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5 hours ago, Dunadan said:

Let's continue here.

 

Qualification system:

http://mssz.hu/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/IWF-Weightlifting.pdf

 

Which countries have "recorded ten (10) or more ... violations of the 
IWF Anti-Doping Policy (IWF ADP) between the start date of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games period 
and the end of the Tokyo 2020 qualification period sanctioned by IWF or Anti-Doping Organisations 
other than Member Federations, National Olympic Committees or National Anti-Doping Organisations" ?

 

 

 

oh Great, there are only THREE sports we can win medal at the Olympics and they are making our chance less and less :wall: first IOC dropped a weight class, then IWF made the limit of max 4 per NOC and now this doping rule means we can't qualify more than 3 weightlifters :cry: right now we have FOUR former or current Olympic champions in our squad plus 3-4 more world medalists and only 3 of them can go to Tokyo :cry::cry:

 

I took a look and damn we have exactly 10 doping cases since 2009 :mad: we will lose a very important Olympic quota just because some stupid kids took drugs few years ago during the Asian Juniors thanks to one corrupt coach :( Iran had no positive cases since 2014 but well...

 

Kazakhstan already has more than 20 and Russia also will surpass that number when they announce the sanctions for re-analysis , same goes to Belarus and Azerbaijan. they can qualify only ONE weightlifter ! I'm a bit lazy to count for the rest. but it seems Armenia is also in danger.

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oh Great, there are only THREE sports we can win medal at the Olympics and they are making our chance less and less :wall: first IOC dropped a weight class, then IWF made the limit of max 4 per NOC and now this doping rule means we can't qualify more than 3 weightlifters :cry: right now we have FOUR former or current Olympic champions in our squad plus 3-4 more world medalists and only 3 of them can go to Tokyo :cry::cry:

 

I took a look and damn we have exactly 10 doping cases since 2009 :mad: we will lose a very important Olympic quota just because some stupid kids took drugs few years ago during the Asian Juniors thanks to one corrupt coach :( Iran had no positive cases since 2014 but well...

 

Kazakhstan already has more than 20 and Russia also will surpass that number when they announce the sanctions for re-analysis , same goes to Belarus and Azerbaijan. they can qualify only ONE weightlifter ! I'm a bit lazy to count for the rest. but it seems Armenia is also in danger.

Sure looks like the 2017 Worlds will be a good preview of the kind of competition we can expect...

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7 hours ago, MHSN said:

oh Great, there are only THREE sports we can win medal at the Olympics and they are making our chance less and less :wall: first IOC dropped a weight class, then IWF made the limit of max 4 per NOC and now this doping rule means we can't qualify more than 3 weightlifters

Why 3? If I understand correctly, with 10-19 doping cases, a country can qualify a total of 2 men (+2 women) ?

 

Anyway I counted and, as you said, KAZ, BLR, RUS, AZE, ARM will have 20+ cases including retests, while BUL, ROU, UZB, ALB, UKR, IND, IRI, MDA, TUR will have 10-19 cases.

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