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It is my pleasure to announce the date and location for The 2015 AWPC/WPC RAW& EQUIPPED World Cup in Powerlifting, Bench-press & Deadlift. The date is August 12 - August 16, 2015 in Kursk, Russia. We look forward to seeing a Team from your country represented.
Address: 50 let Oktyabrya street – 94,
Kursk, Russia, 305040
Official website: http://eurasia-wpc.ru/
Meet directors: Yuri Ustinov and Igor Umerenkov
Anti Doping agent- Igor Umerenkov
Entry Form –Please have each athlete fill out all details on the entry form. The entry form can be filled on: http://eurasia-wpc.ru/register/
Entry Deadline – till July 11, 2015
10% of the AWPC athletes will be tested for doping.
Entry Fee WPC –The first nomination is 60€. If you take part in two nominations you pay 90€. For more nominations you pay 35 €. Entry Fee AWPC= Entry Fee WPC + 15 euro. You can pay the fee in cash when you arrived at the cup. For visitors from other countries there are no imposition of fines! Main thing is to successfully register.
Awards – The athletes, taken the first three places in each weight & age class, will be given exclusive medals & diplomas. The absolutely championship will be taken among men & women according to Glossberener’s formula, if there is not less than fifteen athletes in nomination. The winners of the absolutely championship will be given cups & diplomas.
Hotel Reservation Avrora Hotel
Also you can use other hotels of St. Petersburg
All foreign nationals are required to have entry visas to travel to the Russian Federation. Russian entry visas can be obtained at local Russian Embassy or Consulate, proper authorization (invitation) from the Passport and Visa Department (UVIR) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs or specially authorized travel agencies is required.
To get all the necessary information about a visa support to Russia use this link: www.visatorussia.com
Welcome to KURSK!
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Tokyo (AFP) - A 100-year-old Japanese woman has become the world's first centenarian to complete a 1,500-metre freestyle swim, 20 years after she took up the sport.Mieko Nagaoka took just under an hour and 16 minutes to finish the race as the sole competitor in the 100-104-year-old category at a short course pool in Ehime, western Japan, on Saturday.
"I want to swim until I turn 105 if I can live that long," the sprightly Nagaoka told Kyodo News.
Her achievement is expected to be recognised by Guinness World Records, the agency reported.
Admirable though it is, Nagaoka's time is a little off the global pace; 18-year-old American Katie Ledecky holds the women's world record for the 1,500-metre freestyle, having clocked just 15 minutes 28.36 seconds.
Nagaoka, who published a book last year entitled 'I'm 100 years old and the world's best active swimmer', is no stranger to the 1,500-metre race, having completed the distance at the age of 99 in an Olympic-sized pool.