Meet Director Information
Both APU members and non-members may acquire a sanction to host a powerlifting competition within Alberta. To host a competition, a meet directors must declare their intention at least 6 weeks prior to contest date by submitting the APU Request for Sanction Form:
A satisfactory event is relative to the level of powerlifting event the meet director intends to host. The Alberta Powerlifting Union reserves the right to withdraw sanction at any time which will nullify all results and records set at the meet. It is important that the following guidelines are adhered to in order to ensure a quality powerlifting event. Look at the requirements for each type of competition:
Meet directors hosting any level of meet may request that competition-grade equipment be provided by the APU. Depending on the location of the potential meet, the APU may charge the meet director a price per kilometer formula to delivery the equipment to the competition venue. APU owned equipment shall only be provided for the competition platform, and warm-up equipment will need to be arranged through private sourcing. Following the competition, results need to be sent to the APU webmaster as soon as possible to maintain accurate and timely records.
The Alberta Powerlifting Union has a stock of previous years placing medals from as far back as the 1980s. You can purchase any amount of the previous years medals from the APU. Email the APU to see what we have in stock. Buying medals from the APU is a great way to save money when hosting smaller meets as our prices are very reasonable.