2019 Southern Masters Weightlifting Championships – Progress of Entries Kiki

Ladies:

  1. Daphne Harvey
  2. Elaine Sims
  3. Joanne Howe
  4. Jaine Alderson
  5. Jenni Ball
  6. Jade Follows
  7. Janet Dickinson
  8. Paula Phillips
  9. Cheryl Crosbie
  10. Fiona Hipkiss
  11. Beth Massey
  12. Trisha Forbes
  13. Christine Cope
  14. Chloe Motion
  15. Sharon O’Reilly
  16. Nicole Bernard
  17. Kate Woosnam
  18. Vicki Risbeth
  19. Charlotte Pittuck
  20. Annabel Ottey
  21. Miriam Messmer
  22. Suzanne Cooper
  23. Amanda Wilson
  24. Marie Roos
  25. Voila Karavias
  26. Claire Fiddaman
  27. Kelly Vaughan
  28. Francesca Zedda
  29. Victoria Man
  30. Colleen Butler
  31. Elizabeth Havers
  32. Kirsty Fenner
  33. Kelly Wash
  34. Naama Chezar
  35. Yanar Alkayat
  36. Trish Tippet
  37. Fran Goble
  38. Natalia Wojtecka
  39. Joanne Gilham
  40. Sarah Dawes-Clark
  41. Jo Macmanus
  42. Lou Herron
  43. Sami Chheng

Gentlemen:

  1. James Simpson
  2. Pat Atteridge
  3. George Foulgham
  4. Ryan Morton
  5. Mark Alderson
  6. Lennin Arriola
  7. Peter Cardona
  8. Sergio Garcia Sellenes
  9. Andy Seaber
  10. John Walton
  11. James Hipkiss
  12. Graham Skinner
  13. John Collins
  14. Mark Butcher
  15. Jed Mitchell
  16. Scott Patey
  17. Makhan Mann
  18. Stuart Thurgood
  19. Russell Turner
  20. Theodore Chen
  21. .Thomas Meakin
  22. David Mannion
  23. Aaron Holt
  24. David Glendower
  25. Ian Couling
  26. Keat See
  27. Chizz Wigwe
  28. Mark Bass
  29. Stuart Choate
  30. Edward Dickinson
  31. Lloyd Morgan
  32. Robert Quantrell
  33. Alistair Arrendse
  34. Micheal Roach
  35. Andy Johnson
  36. Mathew Betts
  37. Phil Spencer
  38. Leslie Baird
  39. Umberto Santini
  40. Paul Mitchell
  41. Mark Welch
  42. David Clifton
  43. Stephen Martin
  44. Mohammed Butt
  45. Jonathan Harris
  46. Ashley Thompson
  47. Sunny EE
  48. Layne Wakerell
  49. Joaquim Ferreira
  50. Gareth Doody

Southern Masters Entry Form 2019

The 2019 Southern Masters Weightlifting Championships will be held at BGWLC on Sat 16th & Sun 17th November.

Entries will be kept open until there are 100 competitors, 50 male and 50 female. This can be followed on a separate post.

Entry form:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-8jerLIP5plCCtTsiocCm7hmN_2rX7O-/view?usp=drivesdk

Progress of entries:

https://bgwlc.co.uk/2019/08/10/2019-southern-masters-weightlifting-championships-progress-of-entries-2/

2018 SOUTHERN MASTERS WEIGHTLIFTING COMPETITION – Programme & Start List

SATURDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 2018
SUNDAY, 11 NOVEMBER 2018

PROGRAMME: SOUTHERN MASTERS WEIGHTLIFTING COMPETITION

LIFT TIMES

Notes:

(1) There will be a 10 minute break between each group.
(2) There will only be a break between the snatch and clean and jerk, if the group has six or less lifters.
(3) Lot numbers have been allocated and will be retained with the lifter throughout the competition even if they move categories and / or groups. Once the groups have been confirmed on completion of weigh in, then the lot number will be changed to the start number.
(4) The timetable is a guide only. If the number of lifters in Group 1 are absent, then we shall start all other groups earlier. If one lifter is missing then we will start 9 minutes earlier. Of course all my timing are theoretical and it is subjected to how fast or slow a group may run. We will not wait, but carry straight on. Therefore you should follow the course of competition very carefully.
(5) All competitors should remain in the venue during the competition – that is from weigh in – until completion of group. If you wish to leave then you must inform the Technical Controller – who shall be appointed on the day.

Start List for Saturday.

Start List for Sunday

New weightlifting coach, Sauro Gardenal

olympic-weightlifting-4From 11th July 2015 we have a new Olympic weightlifting coach at BGWLC! Sauro Gardenal is a former British Masters Champion in the 85kg class (2011 & 2012) with many years of coaching expertise.

Sauro will be coaching sessions at the gym on Monday, Wednesday & Friday evenings (see our Opening Times page). Olympic weightlifters are, as always, also welcome to train at the gym any time Sauro is not there.

Please join us in welcoming Sauro & wishing him the best of luck at BGWLC!

BWL British Masters 2015 – results

On 14 & 15 March BGWLC took a team of weightlifters to the BWL Masters championships, held at Lillieshall.

Our lifters had a great day, taking 6 first places, one second place, and best overall female lifter!

Mark W, Jennifer, Pat and Dyana

Mark W, Jennifer, Pat and Dyana

Weight class Age Total Place
Dyana Alternor 53 W50 109kg 1st
Jennifer Maysmore-Gee 69 W50 132kg 1st
Best overall female lifter
Stephen Martin 105 M40 260kg 1st
Patrick Atteridge 62 M60 130kg 1st
Mark Welch 77 M55 182kg 1st
Micky Roach 69 M50 173kg 1st
Mark Bass 94 M35 220kg 2nd
Mark B and Micky

Mark B and Micky

A big thanks to Martin Bass who accompanied the lifters.

Well done all!

Bob Crisp, 1934-2014

The Bob Crisp Memorial Shield

The Bob Crisp Memorial Shield

By Pat Atteridge.

Bob Crisp sadly passed away on Christmas Day 2014, and laid to rest on Friday 16th January by his loving family and wife Sheila.

Born in St Leonard’s Hospital, Hackney, he started lifting at Bethnal Green Weightlifting Club in 1949, aged fifteen, then went on to train at the Colvestone Weightlifting Club in Dalston in the 1960s and was a member of the weghtlifting team for many years.

In a match in 1963 he achieved a 300lbs (136kg) clean & jerk, a milestone back then. Then in 1990 Bob competed in in his first World Masters, placing 9th; later he won silver in 1994 at the age of sixty.

Always a mind of wisdom, on one occasion while coaching a lifter at an international he convinced the lifter to drop his opening jerk by saying in the manner of someone very wise: “That’s rather a very heavy weight to start with, I suggest dropping 10 kilos” which the lifter did, and went on to do a very good total.

Competing in his last World Masters in 2012, and winning the bronze medal, travelling all over the world with his good wife Sheila, he will be missed by many on both the national and international scene.

Always a fighter, overcoming many illnesses, Bob was an inspiration to all who had the pleasure to meet him. And so our sympathy goes out to all his family at this very sad time.

RIP Bob, from the Masters both north & south of the border, you will be missed.

The Bob Crisp Memorial Shield will be presented to the Best Female Lifter at the Southern Masters, in Bob’s honour.

BGWLC Weightlifting Club Championships – report

BGWLC Weightlifting Club Championships 2014 – Saturday 13th December

by Pat Atteridge

Bethnal Green Weightlifting Club held its annual championships on Saturday 13th December, and showed that weight lifting is alive & well at the Green, with 17 competing of all ages & bodyweight classes.

This year was the first time the Green used an age allowance to make it fair for the older lifter, and I must say it turned out to be the best club championships ever.

Organised by the weight lifting coach Hamza Abiyo, and Martin Bass, club secretary, and run very well – with Martin doing a great job as usual as M.C. It was great to see so many beginners competing – 11 in total, 9 in the first group and 2 in the second group. 6 competed in the advanced/experienced group, for lifters who have competed before.

There were 3 medals for each group, and I must say Martin pushed the boat out with the standard of medals – better than I’ve won at the British Masters!

In the beginners’ group there was a great competition between one of Sauro’s boys Jorge Arango, and Thomas Leys from the Green. Thomas pulled ahead by only one kilo, coming first in the novice group. In the experienced group there was a great battle between Mark Bass and Tomasz Joka, once again coming down to a single kilo. Tomasz treated to us to a display of clean-grip snatching, but had to settle for 4th place overall. Michael Roach was the runner-up, and Pat Atteridge won for the second time in his long career.

Click here to see videos of all the lifts!

Novices

Snatch Jerk
Name BWT Allowance* 1 2 3 Sub-total 1 2 3 Total
James Davenport 63 74+2 40 45 45 121 55 60 65 181
Sajjana Heart 67.5 65+42 40 40 42 149 50 52 55 201
Paul Lee 71 58 40 45 50 108 55 60 70 163
Jorge Arango 75 51 75 80 85 136 90 95 103 239
Jon James 76 48 40 45 50 93 60 65 67 158
Vagelis Filis 80 40 70 75 78 118 90 95 100 218
Jonathan Oviasu 85 30 45 50 56 86 80 90 95 166
George Richardson 88 24 60 65 70 89 85 90 90 179
Richard Magowan 85 30 45 50 55 85 70 75 77 162
Thomas Leys 83.5 33 80 85 90 123 105 112 117 240
Darren Klein 100 0 100 103 107 103 100 107 115 210
  1. Thomas Leys
  2. Jorge Arango
  3. Vagelis Filis

Experienced lifters

Snatch Jerk
Name BWT Allowance* 1 2 3 Sub-total 1 2 3 Total
Patrick Atteridge 62.5 75/54 55 57 59 186 70 73 75 261
Michael Roach 71 58/28 60 65 68 151 90 95 100 246
John Atteridge 80 40/32 80 85 152
Tomasz Joka 86.5 27 90 95 102 129 100 110 120 239
Mark Bass 89.5 21 90 94 97 118 110 118 123 240
Chris Ryan 97 6 77 77 83 89 100 107 110 199
  1. Patrick Atteridge
  2. Michael Roach
  3. Mark Bass

* Allowances were made between age & bodyweight, to ensure all lifters were competing on a level playing field.

BGWLC Weightlifting Annual Club Championships – video

BGWLC weightlifter Chris Ryan has put together two great videos of the annual weightlifting club championships, held on 13th December.

The lifters were split into two groups – novice lifters, who have never competed before; and experienced lifters. Each group had 1st, 2nd & 3rd place rankings; totals were adjusted for bodyweight & age.

Novices:

1st place: Tom (90 snatch / 117 jerk / 207 total)
2nd place: Jorge (85 / 103 / 207)
3rd place: Vagellis (78 / 100 / 178)

Experienced lifters:

1st place: Pat (57 / 75 / 132)
2nd place: Micky (65 / 95 / 160)
3rd place: Mark (97 / 118 / 215)

Congratulations to everyone who took part!

BWL Southern Masters 2014 – results

Here are the abbreviated results of the BWL Southern Masters, which was held at BGWLC on 8th November 2014. Click here to download the full results in Excel format.

Name Bodyweight (kg) Best Snatch Best Jerk Total (kg) Sinclair
Derek STEWART 60.90 28 28 56 82.04
Alan OLDERSHAW 97.80 28 26 54 60.61
Andre SKRYPIJ 72.40 50 55 105 137.08
Pat ATTERIDGE 63.50 57 80 137 194.82
David MANION 91.10 66 90 156 180.43
Mohammed BUTT 106.30 55 85 140 152.35
Mark BASS 88.60 95 117 212 248.34
Zauro GARDENAL 88.90 110 125 235 274.85
Mark WELCH 80.60 80 107 187 229.66
Peter CARDONA 68.10 75 97 172 233.35
Graham SKINNER 93.50 82 107 189 216.11
Chris RYAN 94.60 80 109 189 215.04
Stephen DODD 60.90 45 67 112 164.08
Gurdaeer DHESI 95.90 82 120 202 228.52
Stuart CHOATE 85.50 83 105 188 224.02
John ATTERIDGE 80.90 80 112 192 235.34
Heather ALLISON 57.10 48 53 101 143.84
Dyana ALTENOR 54.00 47 58 105 156.06
Sophia CASUPANG 52.80 36 51 87 131.63
Gwen LEICK 53.00 27 35 62 93.52
Kaye GUGICH 66.00 37 40 77 99.29
Tim BELL 71.30 50 75 125 164.73
Ryan MORTON 113.00 90 111 201 214.49
Tony DOWN 76.40 80 95 175 221.36
Michael ROACH 69.20 67 100 167 224.24
Matt RODWELL 94.40 118 141 259 294.94
Lloyd MORGAN 78.10 80 90 170 212.39

Thanks to the referees: Caroline Charles, Heather Allison, David Manion, Alan Oldershaw, Denise Ramsey-Overall and Stuart Choate.

Click here to see a video of some of the lifts.

Congratulations to everyone who took part!