COVID-19 Response Updates – All participants and attendees will be required to wear face coverings (masks or shields) to all Calloso events until further notice. This is required by the USA Powerlifting National Office. For more information, please visit the COVID-19 update page here: https://www.usapowerlifting.com/covid-19-update-page/
Date: September 12, 2020
4076 Biddle Ave
Wyandotte, MI 48192
There will be no early check in on Friday. All lifters should arrive to the venue at 6:30am on Saturday, September 12.
September 12 (SATURDAY):
7:00am SHARP – Weigh-Ins
7:00am-8:30am – Check-In
– Equipment Check
– Rack Heights
8:30am – Rules Meeting
9:00am – Lifting Begins
This meet will have 2 flights, Flight A and Flight B. Flight A lifters will step on the platform first, going through all of their squat attempts before Flight B begins their squats. After Flight B finishes their squats, we will move back to Flight A for bench press. The same will be done for deadlifts. It is your responsibility to be aware of your flight. This will not change before meet day.
Weigh Ins will be conducted at 7:00am SHARP on Saturday morning (September 12). We recommend showing up around 6:30 to prepare. Lifters will be called in order by lot number for weigh ins (not first come, first serve). If you are not present when your name is called, you will be moved to the bottom of the list and called again when all other lifters have weighed in. IMPORTANT: Please have your 1st attempts with you during weigh ins. 1st attempts must be in KILOGRAMS. A conversion chart will be provided.
To keep total attendance low, we are asking that athletes only bring up to 2 total people with them. This means that a lifter can bring 2 spectators, OR 1 coach/handler and 1 spectator. No athlete can have more than 1 coach/handler with them in the warm up area. No credentials will be required for coach verification. Wholistic Revolution will be selling spectator passes for $5.
Please wear a mask (or face shield)!
All participants for this event MUST wear a mask at all times. Exceptions will not be made for anybody in attendance. You are responsible for bringing your own mask. Coaches and spectators also must bring and wear their own masks. Your mask must:
- Fully cover your mouth AND NOSE
- Fit snugly on your face, showing no gaps
Other mask information:
- Your mask must not be shared with anyone else
- Your mask can be secured (with tape) so that it does not slide into your eyes
- Face Shields are also permitted so long as they cover the entire face
- Cloth masks and even large headbands can be used if they follow the above guidelines
- Masks can only be removed while eating or drinking
NOTE: If you are not comfortable with wearing a mask or face shield on meet day, please email me at email@example.com to request a meet credit for a later date. Showing up on the day of the event and refusing to wear a mask will result in removal from the venue, and no refunds will be given.
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Meet Day Photos
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Weight Class Changes & Withdrawals
If you need to change your weight class or division before the meet, please do so by sending us an email at email@example.com. Please keep in mind that your flight assignment will not change at this time.
If you would like to transfer to another event or withdraw from the meet, you can also send us an email. If you are uncomfortable with following the social distancing guidelines such as wearing a mask at all times and maintaining 6 feet distance, we recommend taking a meet credit for an event in the future when these guidelines are no longer in place. Please keep in mind that absolutely no refunds will be issued so long as this event is not cancelled.
This meet will follow the technical rules found in the USA Powerlifting rulebook. You can find the rulebook here.
There will be a minimum of 10% of participants will be drug tested via urinalysis. For more information on anti-doping or to look up prescriptions and supplements, visit USA Powerlifting’s anti-doping page.