Board of Directors
Fred has been a member of British Powerlifting for 50 years and has been an International Referee for nearly 30yrs. Fred is also British Powerlifting 'Championships Secretary'.
Chief Executive Officer
Richard has been involved in powerlifting for many years and an IPF Category 1 Referee since 1985. He is currently also President of the Commonwealth Powerlifting Federation, Chairman of the IPF Ethics and Disciplinary Committee, Chairman of the English Powerlifting Association and Chairman of the SW Powerlifting Association. He has been a competitive powerlifter and still trains five days a week.
Finance Director - David Turner
Dave is retired, but does occasional consultancy through his own accountancy practice. He has had considerable experience in industry and is a member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants. Dave is a long standing federation member and represented GB in the World Masters in 1997 & 1998 placed 7th and won the British Masters in the 125kg+ in 2000.
Director for England
"I first started weight training with the Northampton Physical Culture Club as an 18year old in 1970, and first competed in powerlifting in 1974. Became a divisional referee in 1980 and progressed to IPF 1 ref in 1995.
I have to date won 26 British Masters titles 23 consecutively since 1994 which I think is probably a record. Also won 4 European, and two World Masters titles and set several masters world records.
I set up the FARM Powerlifting club in 1992 as a youth work project which moved to the current location of Moulton College in 2008. I have run the All England Championships since its inception in 2008 as well as several other Divisional and National competitions over the years.
I have been secretary for the East Midlands division since 2003 and a former director for BAWA and now Secretary for the EPA and Director for English Powerlifting under the BP.
I currently work part-time as a Director of Free2talk a family created not for profit company, where I tutor on Youth Work diploma courses, deliver parenting courses and work with perpetrators of domestic abuse."
Director for Scotland
Alex has been Director of Scotland since 2013 and has been involved in powerlifting for 30 years, originally as a lifter. I am now an IPF Category 1 Referee and attend numerous competitions annually in the UK and Worldwide.
Director for Northern Ireland
Director for Wales (Interim)
Tanya has been involved with British Powerlifting since 2012 and has represented both Wales and Great Britain on a number of occasions. As well as competing and running the WPA, she is also a national referee and a member of the disciplinary committee. Tanya is a full time trade union official by day which she finds useful for Powerlifting committee work.
Julian Harris is the first independent director to be appointed to the British Powerlifting Board. He has extensive commercial and legal experience in industry and is currently Senior Counsel for a leading food manufacturing company.
To be appointed
To be appointed