Become a Member Find a Course

IWF Grand Prix II: Athlete Lineup

British Weight Lifting is excited to reveal the names of the athletes who have been selected to represent our nation at the upcoming IWF Grand Prix II in Qatar. The competition, scheduled to take place between 4-14 December, is not only a prestigious event in its own right but also serves as a critical qualification opportunity for the Olympic Games in Paris 2024.

IWF Grand Prix II: Athlete Lineup

Meet the Athletes:

Fraer Morrow (W49): A name synonymous with dedication and strength, Fraer Morrow, the British record holder and Commonwealth Games Medallist, is set to take the stage in the women's 49kg category.

Sarah Davies (W71): Sarah Davies, Tokyo 2020 Olympian, Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist, and World Championships Medallist will be representing Great Britain in the women's 71kg category.

The Road to Paris 2024:

The significance of the IWF Grand Prix II extends beyond the competition itself. This event serves as a pivotal stepping stone toward the ultimate goal – securing a spot at the Olympic Games in Paris 2024. With the Paris Olympics on the horizon, the athletes selected to compete in Qatar have a unique opportunity to earn their place on one of the world's most prestigious stages.

As the countdown to the IWF Grand Prix II begins, we stand with our athletes and look forward to witnessing their exceptional performances. Join us in sending our best wishes to Fraer and Sarah as they prepare to take on the world and make us proud. Alongside our talented athletes, we are proud to have Dave Sawyer, National Coach, and Stuart Martin, Head of Performance, as part of the team.

British Weight Lifting extends heartfelt thanks to UK Sport for their unyielding support, dedication, and belief in the power of sports. Thank you for being an integral part of our success story. Here's to a future filled with triumphs, inspired by the strength of our collective efforts!


Never miss the latest news

Click here to read our Privacy Policy


close icon

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more.

Accept and close