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Dear OWNZ members,
OWNZ was informed on Saturday morning by the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) that eight athletes from our team are not eligible to compete because of the article 5.6.5 of the IWF Anti Doping Policy.
This article states:
“An Athlete who is not listed on the IWF’s Registered Testing Pool but wishes to participate in an IWF Event shall provide accurate and complete whereabouts information as set out at Annex I of the International Standard for Testing and Investigations for a period of at least two months prior to the IWF Event in question. If the IWF Event is a World Championship (Youth, Junior and/or Senior), then the period shall be of at least three months prior to the event in question. An Athlete who does not comply with this provision is not eligible to compete at the IWF Event.”
This consequence enforced by the IWF is new, this stance was not taken at the recent 2018 Commonwealth Games, and we have never been declined eligibility due to a late whereabouts submission before. However, the IWF has had this rule for some time now, and we must respect the doping control regulations they are now enforcing.
To ensure this does not happen again, OWNZ is implementing new regulations regarding ADAMS Whereabouts to ensure that any athlete who wishes to be selected for international competitions is not at risk of their entry being rejected.
ALL athletes who are currently registered with OWNZ must take note of the new rules.
Those athletes who wish to be eligible for selection into a New Zealand team for the remaining 2018 International competitions must comply with the requirements below.
The Executive Group and General Manager of OWNZ
NOTICE TO ALL ATHLETES & COACHES
- Once registered with the IWF ADAMS Whereabouts, it is the athlete’s responsibility to update their Whereabouts for the upcoming Quarter (3 months of the year).
- There are no exceptions to this.
- Once registered, you must comply with the IWF and OWNZ rules in this regard.
- If you no longer wish to be eligible to represent NZ internationally you must complete a Retiring Athlete Form. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- This document is independent of any published qualification periods/dates.
- Moving into 2019, ADAMS Whereabouts deadlines will also be provided as part of the 2019 Selection Policy.
- FISU World University Games
- Youth Olympic Games
- IWF Senior World Championships
- Pacific Cup International
- Registering with ADAMS and having your Whereabouts up to date does not guarantee you will be selected for any event.
- Not having your Whereabouts up to date will mean you are ineligible for selection.
- These deadlines are independent of any published qualification periods/dates.
19th June 2018
Dear OWNZ Members,