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Australia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games was represented by Australian Commonwealth Games Association the (ACGA), and abbreviated AUS. Athletes from Australia were given automatic qualification in all sports due to the host status.CGA: Australian Commonwealth Games Association
The Commonwealth Weightlifting Federation (CWF) was established 63 years ago in 1947. It is one of the oldest sporting federations of the Commonwealth and is unique in that it encompasses Commonwealth nations from the five continents and recognised by the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF).
About Weightlifting. Weightlifting was first in the Commonwealth Games program in Auckland in 1950 and has been on every program since. Women competed for the first time in the 2002 Games. The governing body for Weightlifting in Australia is the Australian Weightlifting Federation.
COMMONWEALTH GAMES MEDALLISTS - WEIGHTLIFTING First held in 1950. The number of lifts was reduced from 3 (press, snatch & clean and jerk) to 2 (snatch & clean and jerk) in 1974. From 1990 to 2002 separate medals were awarded for snatch & clean and jerk as well as for the combined total.
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