USA Weightlifting (USAW) chief executive Phil Andrews has created a new online platform to enable clubs to connect with members as preparations ramp up ahead of this year’s re-arranged Olympic Games in Tokyo.
More than 400 weightlifters have returned to the platform to compete live in Spain and the United States this weekend, raising hopes of a return to some sort of normality after a year lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exclusive: Weightlifting’s new anti-doping rules are "stronger and fairer" says IWF - despite complaints
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has made substantial changes to its anti-doping rules, leading to complaints from some nations of a lack of transparency and of "loosening when it should be tightening" the policing of multiple offenders.
Next weekend more than 300 weightlifters will take part in an online competition in the United States, American Open Series 3.
USA Weightlifting is set to expand access to coaching education courses for the black community through 10 full scholarships.
The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF)'s first interim deputy director general Phil Andrews says he is "humbled" after being appointed to the newly-created post.
Two of the most senior figures in weightlifting in the United States and Russia have called for investigations into claims of corruption in the sport made by a German television documentary.
USA Weightlifting chief executive Phil Andrews says he agrees entirely with International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) general secretary Mohamed Jaloud that the world governing body should outsource all its anti-doping operation and results management, including sanctions for National Federations, to an independent body such as the International Testing Agency (ITA).
USA Weightlifting chief executive Phil Andrews believes athletics could learn from his sport, following the recent scandal involving Alberto Salazar.
USA Weightlifting chief executive Phil Andrews says it is time for Russia to tell the "whole truth, the full truth and nothing but the truth" over the country's ongoing doping scandal, to allow those trying to make positive changes move forward in a "new clean era".
Phil Andrews, chief executive of USA Weightlifting, offered his advice and expertise to an administration and management seminar held in the framework of the International Weightlifting Federation’s Development Programme in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.