European Weightlifting Federation

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European Weightlifting Federation
Abbreviation EWF
Formation 1969
Type Federation of national associations
Headquarters Ankara, Turkey
Region served
Europe
Affiliations International Olympic Committee
Website www.ewfed.com

The European Weightlifting Federation (EWF) was founded in 1969[1] and is the body governing and organizing the European Weightlifting Championships.[2]

Events[edit]

Number Events First Last
1 European Weightlifting Championships 1896 2017 (96th)
2 European Union Weightlifting Championships 1973 2009 (37th)
3 European Union Weightlifting Cup 2014 2017 (4th)
4 European U23 Weightlifting Championships (U23) 2009 2017 (9th)
5 European Junior Weightlifting Championships (U20) 1973 2017 (45th)
6 European Youth Weightlifting Championships (U17) 2003 2017 (15th)
7 European Cadet Weightlifting Championships (U15) 2013 2017 (4th)
8 European Masters Weightlifting Championships (35 to +80) 1992 2017 (24th)

Members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of the European Weightlifting Federation by Gottfried Schödl / EWF Honorary President". European Weightlifting Federation. Retrieved 23 March 2014.
  2. ^ Encyclopedia of Associations: International organizations. Gale. 2003. p. 1014. ISBN 978-0-8103-8957-1.
  3. ^ "Kosovo Weightlifting Federation Annual Congress". European Weightlifting Federation. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
  4. ^ Nations member of EWF