I suppose the same people that decide how the team is selected in the first place. In our present system, that would be the BOD.
That is something that is being, and will continue to be, discussed. Suggestions such as providing training video two-three weeks out, making 94% of your total two weeks out, etc., have been mentioned.
Seriously? Perhaps an Olympic gold medalist (from a different country) might get a $million. A US medalist? Don't think so.
Would you have him skip it knowing that being in it would get him a $100,000 a year job?QuoteDepends.
As I tried to imply, we are hoping to remove "honor" from the process. That has not worked out so well.
I think you would be a lot happier if you were chairman of the BOD or the CEO of USAW. I encourage you to apply.
Prior to the Worlds, but well after selection, one of the lifters likely to score points has a performance affecting injury and is much less likely to earn points.
They also say to the injured guy, if we get points now that preserves your chance to improve your ranking and go to the Olympics next year.
Mike, I'd send whoever met the objective qualifying criteria in the pre-determined qualifying event. I wouldn't make them all go to the OTC either. If points gained at worlds toward Olympic slots are the priority, then I would put a lot of $ in achievable but ambitious incentives for performance there and I would look to stop subsidizing mediocrity elsewhere.
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