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/

Gym Re-Opening 27 July

The government have announced that gyms will be permitted to reopen later this month. Many BGWLC members have expressed a desire to return to training as soon as possible and the Trustees have decided to reopen from Monday 27th July.

In the current circumstances, it is essential that changes are made to the way in which we conduct training activities within the gym. Specifically, we are introducing measures to minimise the risk of coronavirus infection to coaches and gym users. These measures are detailed below.

Please note – nobody should feel any pressure or expectation to attend the gym – we are reopening in response to demand from users who feel they are otherwise unable to train. Training subscriptions will remain suspended and training will be strictly PAYG for all – Β£8/session.

See Opening Times for more information on when training sessions will be happening and how to apply for a session.

Regards,

The Trustees of Bethnal Green Weightlifting Club


Restricted Availability

Training is only available to existing members of BGWLC.

Training is by appointment only – if you have not agreed an appointment, do not come to the gym.

Numbers are limited. In order to safely accommodate lifters, we have had to restrict the number who can train at any given time to a maximum of 10. In order to maximise the number of lifters who can train in a day, we will also be introducing split sessions.

New Opening Hours

For the time being, our weekday evening opening will be split into two sessions, from 5-6.45 and from 7-8.45. These timings are strict and the gym will be closed between sessions – latecomers to an early session will not be allowed to stay later or roll over to the next session.

General Restrictions

If any gym user experiences Covid-19 symptoms, they must inform the Coaches and self-isolate as per the government guidelines.

Changing Rooms and Showers will not be available

Toilet facilities will be restricted to one user at a time

Lifters should bring their own water, no other food or drink permitted.

No shared chalk will be available. Lifters who prefer to use chalk should bring their own.

No socialising – lifters must leave the gym as soon as individual training has been completed

Before Training

Liaise with coaches for β€˜Back to training’ discussion

Read and sign the COVID-19 Training Agreement

While Training

Use provided sanitiser on entering and leaving gym

Each lifter will be assigned a platform, they may not use any other.

One lifter per platform

No sharing of bars

No spotting or handing over Dumbbells or Bars.

No weight to be loaded which may require spotting

Clean your own bar and weights before and after use.

Moa does it again! Commonwealth 63 Champion

Moa Wikner comes back with a full suite of PB’S and Gold medals from the Commonwealth Championships.

And in her own words ….

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πŸ† COMMONWEALTH CHAMPION 2019 πŸ† Friday was all I could wish for and all I had worked for. I went 9 for 9 (first time ever I think?) and got PB's in all my lifts! Ended up with a 150kg SQ, 95kg BP and a 187.5kg DL for a 432.5kg total, all individual golds and the overall gold πŸ’ͺ An amazing competition hosted by @cpupowerlifting , hands down an incredible job with the venue, the running of the event and the atmosphere πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ @genopowerlifting giving the crowd a show, putting in 110% for each lifter πŸ™Œ To be a part of the English Team has been a joy, all smiles and all hard workers! Thank you @dual_strength and @marsh.coaching for letting me do my thing, being perfect handlers believing in me. And thank you @deadliftbig for helping me to where I am today, truly the best coach there is out there πŸ’« And not to forget my family and friends, supporting me from both Sweden and the UK. Last but not least @bd_pwrlifting_ldn , who is not just my bag carrier and bar loader (jokes πŸ˜‚) but my number one supporter and my inspiration ❀ Individual lift break down to come (probably 🀷) but now back to eating, sleeping and enjoying beautiful Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ β€’ β€’ β€’ #powerlifter #powerlifting #commonwealths #champion #squat #bench #deadlift #sbd #britishpowerlifting #rawpowerlifting #strength #strong #ipf #canada #girlswhopowerlift #pb #u63 #sbdapparel #eleiko #tyngre #eleikosport

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2019 Southern Masters Weightlifting Championships – Progress of Entries look

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. Charlottesville 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
  44. Lucy Holland
  45. Jan Pope

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
  51. Milan Feledi
  52. Julian Potts
  53. Tony Piccirillo

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