2010 Arizona Fall Olympic Weightlifting Competition

2010 Arizona Fall Olympic Weightlifting Competition

Dates: Saturday Nov 6th, 2010

Events: Division I – Crossfit Division II – USA Weightlifting Member

LOCATION: Performance One Advanced Sports Training Inc

916 E. Baseline Rd Suite 130 Mesa, AZ 85204

480-813-5477

ENTRY FEES: $30 Made Payable to Performance One

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF COMPETITION

SESSION 1 All Women 48, 53, 58, 63, 69, 75, 75+ Kilos

Weigh In 7-8 AM Lift 9 AM

SESSION 2 All Men 56, 62, 69, 77, 85, 94, 105, 105+ -Kilo

Weigh In 9-10 AM Lift 11 AM

TECHNICAL CLINIC: Prior to the start of the day’s competition, all technical questions, and a general rules clinic will be conducted. *Anyone who does not attend the Technical Conference agrees to accept all decisions made at the Technical conference.

RULES: The competition will follow all USAW rules. For those lifting in the USAW Division this event is sanctioned by USA Weightlifting. ALL participants are required at weigh in to produce government documents, (i.e. birth certificate, drivers license), and/or Picture ID. Weightlifters must be current USAW Members to compete.

AWARDS: For best in weight class by Division (Crossfit & USAW). Awards for Best Overall Male and Female

For more information contact Meet Director Joe Micela

480-813-5477 or email: joe@performanceone.net

2008 Olympian to train with Coach Micela

2008 Olympian Luz Mercedes Acosta will spend the next six weeks training with USAW Senior International Coach Joe Micela at his facility, Performance One, in Mesa.  Luz is the number one ranked 63 kilo lifter in Mexico and current overall number one ranked female lifter in all of Mexico.  She will train along side USA number one overall ranked lifter in the 75+ kilo class Sarah Robles and 2010 World Team Member Alex Lee.  She choose to come to Arizona to train with Coach Micela because his programs gets results.  While she is in town she will help out at a couple local clinics and seminars throughout the valley talking to especially girls about the importance of strength training and the positives about women in weightlifting.