Gold for Tia Gayle in 58kg year 6 11 years old & Silver for Simran Brar(56.600kg in 62 cat in year 8- 12 years old) Tia lifted 30kg (4 points)+ 32kg ( 4 points) & 34kg ( 4 points) in snatch with 12 points. In clean & jerk Tia lifted 40kg (8 points) + 42kg (7 points) & 43kg clean & jerk (8 points), with 23 points and 70 points in the total in 6 out of 6. Tia become a British champion in year 6 (Cat 58kg) and bring the traditional best female technical lifter title to the club again. Simran Brar was over weight so he had to compete the higher category in 62kg. He started with 40kg (4 points) 42kg (4 points) and droped 43kg in behind.in under 13 competitions , lifter need to lift all 6 lifts or he/she will lose to the person who lift less in the total, Simran was 11kg behin but in the cleand & jerk by liftig 48kg ( 8 points) 50 kg (7 points ) and 52kg with 8 points he took the second place in year 8 British u13 championship. He dropped 43kg in snatch to lose the best technical lifter 2014.
Most of our best British lifters gain their experience through the British Development Cup and the London Youth Games. These youngsters are the champions of the future for the country and need just as much care and attention as our senior lifters. The competition manager, Ed Halstead, did an outstanding job on his own with contribution from the Tiler family promoting BWL by selling their products. It would be great to see some other BWL senior members supporting the up and coming athletes at these events. Although they are only children they are fully aware of the importance the BWL has to play in British Weightlifting and would elevate the experience for them!”