Results for the Championships get updated at the end of each session. Go to the Results page for the latest.
The final schedule for the weekend is now available in the Schedule section. Some of the sessions got combined, so make sure to check for new lifting times!
Provided the hotel network holds up as we expect, we will live-stream all sessions at http://www.2015nationalmasters.com/live/. Note that any advertisements encountered on the live stream will have been placed by Ustream, not by the organizers.
The preliminary schedule is now posted on the Masters Weightlifting Site. Note that times of lifting are subject to change up until the Technical Conference on Wednesday evening.
We have a group of rooms available now at the nearby Residence Inn Pasadena Arcadia for $159.00 per night. Click here for reservations. The Residence Inn is a 9-minute walk (or 3-minute drive) away from the competition hotel (0.4 miles). See the Hotel page for a map of the Residence Inn’s location. Note that this rate will not be available after March 11, 2015.
Participants who cannot get hotel rooms at the competition venue can contact Michelle Manire (of Coast to Coast Conferences), who is working with other nearby hotels for blocks of rooms at discounted rates. You can reach Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her phone number is 562-980-7566.
The days of lifting for each age group are now posted at the Schudule tab. Highlights are a follows:
|Thursday, April 9||Men 60 years and older;
Women 50 years and older
|Friday, April 10||Men 45 to 59 years old;
Women 45 to 49 years old
|Saturday, April 11||All lifters 40 to 44 years old|
|Sunday, April 12||All lifters 35 to 39 years old|
We expect shortly to be able to propose specific sessions for the competition, but we want to publish this overall schedule now so that lifters can arrange travel (and any necessary time off from work). Keep an eye on the Schedule page for updates.
The wait list is available for viewing at Received Entries.
Once the wait-list becomes active, former National Champions and lifters who have already scored qualifying totals will have higher priority on the wait-list than lifters who have not yet qualified.