2019 AFFF NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

When

There will be no 2019 National final.  The AFFF National team qualifies through the Online Qualifier. 

Where

Qualification To Nationals

 Qualification for the 2019 iF3 Worlds is through the AFFF 3 week Online Competition. 

  • Week 1 – RELEASE: TBC 11am SUBMIT: TBC – 12pm
  • Week 2 – RELEASE: TBC 11am SUBMIT: TBC – 12pm
  • Week 3 – RELEASE: TBC 11am SUBMIT: TBC – 12pm

Note: All times are AEDT

All individual athletes and teams must complete workouts RX and submit videos via Competition Corner.

  • MASTERS

In 2019, the qualifier for this event is through the MastersHQ Series. This iF3 Masters World Championships will be help in Logan City, QLD, Australia. OCT 25th & 26th and 27th.

To volunteer to be a part of this event please follow the link here:

Please see  ‘2019 Masters’ tab for more info..

National Championships – No National Championship in 2019

 

iF3 World ChampionshipsAug 30th, 31st and Sept 1st 2019 in Malmo, Sweden

iF3 Masters World Championships – Oct 25th, 26th and 27th  2019 in Logan City, QLD, Australia.  

Divisions

  • OPEN MEN
  • OPEN WOMEN
  • TEAMS (Co-ed teams of 4)
  • MASTERS 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+
    (Please see masters tab) 

Format

Individual Medley

Awards

2019 participants will qualify through the Australian Functional Fitness Federation Online Qualifier.

Top 3 individual men, top 3 individual female and 1 team (by invite) will earn their position on our Australian National Team. These top athletes will travel to Sweden to represent Australia at the 2019 World Championships. This will be our Country’s first ever National team competing at the iF3 Worlds.

Information on movement standards can be found here: http://functionalfitness.sport/worlds-tests-2018/

The structure of the AFFF competition season will change as the federation builds….stay tuned for more info on these changes!