The following companies have decided not continue to have their equipment approved by the IPF during the next approval period from January 2023 till December 2026.
The companies will finish their cooperation with the IPF at the end of 2022. However, the IPF has granted a transition period until end of 2023 in order to allow this equipment to be phased out. At the beginning 2024, the equipment for the following companies will be no longer be eligible to be used at any IPF competition:
ER Equipment valid until 31.12.2023
IVANKO valid until 31.12.2023
TITEX valid until 31.12.2023
LEOKO valid until 31.12.2023
UESAKA valid until 31.12.2023
The following companies already finished their cooperation with the IPF with 31.12.2021 and have already been removed from the Approved List.
British Powerlifting is the only UK powerlifting organisation that has a fully WADA compliant anti-doping programme, which is independently administered by the IPF. All of our anti-doping testing is carried out at our own expense. Elite GB lifters are selected by the IPF for inclusion in the Registered Testing Pool (RT) along with 144 lifters in the Testing Pool and National Testing Pool. All are subject to Out of Competition Testing (OCT). Read More >