Strength in the Mediterranean: Classic World Powerlifting Championships Set to Rock Malta!
In what promises to be one of the most thrilling events of the year, the Classic World Powerlifting Championships are set to take place in Malta this June. The competition, which brings together the strongest athletes from around the globe, will take place from June 11th to June 18th at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, Malta.
Athletes from over 40 countries are expected to participate in the competition, which will feature a range of weight classes for both men and women. The competition will include three main lifts: the squat, bench press, and deadlift, and the athletes will compete for the highest total weight lifted in each category.
The Classic World Powerlifting Championships is known for its fiercely competitive atmosphere, and this year’s event is expected to be no different. The athletes will be pushing themselves to their limits in their quest for glory, and the audience can expect to see some truly incredible feats of strength.
One of the key highlights of the event will be the appearance of several world-renowned powerlifters, including defending champion Yuri Belkin from Russia. Belkin, who is widely considered to be one of the strongest powerlifters in the world, will be looking to defend his title against some stiff competition from around the globe.
Another exciting aspect of the competition is the inclusion of several new weight classes for both men and women. This move has been widely applauded by the powerlifting community, as it will allow for more athletes to compete at a high level, and will help to promote greater inclusivity and diversity within the sport.
The event is being organized by the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF), which is recognized as the governing body for the sport of powerlifting by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The IPF has a long and proud history of promoting the sport of powerlifting at the international level, and this year’s competition promises to be another major milestone in the organization’s history.
In addition to the main competition, there will be a range of other activities and events taking place throughout the four-day event, including seminars, workshops, and exhibitions. This will give fans and athletes alike the opportunity to learn more about the sport of powerlifting, and to connect with others who share their passion for strength and fitness.
Eurosport will live broadcast two entire Prime Time sessions, as well as showing highlight packages that will cover the entire event. This is sure to push our viewership higher than ever. Across the Olympic Channel and Eurosport platforms, we have had some 15 million views so far and we look forward to many more.
Overall, the Classic World Powerlifting Championships promises to be an incredible event, and one that should not be missed by anyone with an interest in strength sports. With athletes from around the globe coming together to compete for glory, this is sure to be one of the most exciting powerlifting competitions of the year.