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Registration fees per lifter
$ 109.00US (online before 1/1/2020)
Regular Entry $129 (1/2 through 3/1)
Late registration fees per lifter
$ 225.00US (online 3/2/2020 through 3/14/2020)
Registration fees per team
Men Qualifying Totals
Women Qualifying Totals
At the 2020 National Masters Weightlifting Championship, the 80% rule will be enforced. Your starting attempts must be within 80% of qualifying total.
Proof of Entry: In the event of a dispute regarding the timely submission of the Entry Form, all lifters must have proof of having entered the event.
Eligibility: All master lifters properly registered with their respective National Masters Program who are at least 35 years of age on or before December 31, 2020. Participants must show proof of age and of current registration in their respective National Weightlifting Federation at the time of weigh-in AgeGroups.
Venue: Wyndham Resort, International Drive, Orlando, Florida
COMPETITION: Schedule and Start List
Competition will take place on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday April 16th through April 20th at the Competition Venue. The exact lifting schedule will not be determined until 2 days after the entry deadline. The expectation is that the oldest lifters will compete on Thursday, and the youngest men will lift on Sunday. The remaining entries will be divided to balance the number and sizes of sessions throughout the weekend.
Weight Category Change: Please note that according to USAW Masters rules, an athlete may increase or decrease his/her body weight category at the verification meeting. After the meeting an athlete may increase, but may not decrease his/her body weight category. The athlete must notify the Competition Secretary and report to the weigh-in of the original weight category to confirm the change to a heavier category. If there are any questions about this ruling please contact your National Master's Chairman, Michael Cohen.
Drug Testing and Doping Control: Pursuant to the rules of USA Masters Weightlifting, these championships are a drug-tested event. The US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) will be under contract to handle all testing-related procedures. The number of tests administered will depend on the number of entries received for the championships. Of each entry received, $25 is allocated to the contracted costs with USADA.
Medals: Medals are NOT availabe for NON USA citizens, but this event may be used as qualifier for the 2020 World Masters Championships.