Amateur Weightlifting Association of Thailand We are collaborating with Phuket Province to host the 2024 Weightlifting World Cup, the qualifying round for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, to be competed from March 31 – April 11, 2024 at Phuket Rajabhat University.
Today (9 November 2023) at the Back Terrace Conference Room, 4th Floor, Phuket City Hall (New Home). Mr. Sophon Suwanarat, Governor of Phuket Province, appointed Mr. Thuan Phitsok, Head of the Phuket Provincial Office. He chaired the meeting of the Organizing Committee of the 2024 Weightlifting World Cup (qualifying round for the 33rd Olympic Games in Paris, France) between Phuket Province. With the Amateur Weightlifting Association of Thailand, with Major General Intharat Yudbangtoi, Honorary President of the Amateur Weightlifting Association of Thailand, General Wisut Degsakul, Secretary General of the Amateur Weightlifting Association of Thailand, and Mr. Damrong Chesina, Director of the Amateur Weightlifting Association of Thailand Thailand Phuket Office President A government entity, and the private sector and relevant parties participate.
This meeting is due to the International Weightlifting Federation (International Weightlifting Federation) Announcing that Thailand has been granted the right to host the “2024 World Cup” weightlifting competition from March 31 – April 11, 2024 at Phuket Rajabhat University. Phuket Province, which is the qualifying round, the last element to collect points to compete in the “Paris 2024” Olympic Games in Paris, France. In its proposal to host this competition, the association expects that Thailand will particularly benefit Phuket and neighboring provinces.
As follows: Economic aspect: Most of the participants in the curse He will be traveling for a stay between 29 March and 12 April, with competition organizers expecting approximately 1,500 people to compete (based on the number of participants in the qualifying round for the 2020 World Weightlifting Championships in September 2019 in Pattaya) causing Phuket Province to achieve a significant From income from contest participants spent in Phuket Province.
In addition to some participantsMust travel and prepare for the pre-competition meet on 27 March 2024/ In terms of tourism, must stay at hotels in Phuket City such as Courtyard by Marriott, Novotel Phuket City, Royal Phuket City Hotel, etc. When you have free time from competition, you can walk From the hotel, going shopping and traveling in the city, which is another way to stimulate the economy and tourism in Phuket Province.
As for the 2024 World Cup in Weightlifting, it will take place between March 31 and April 11, 2024. In Phuket Province, the focus will be on working with the Welcome Concept (3S) and the competition concept that focuses on clean sports and the competition motto is “Strong Serving Mind, Strong Smile” or “Strong Friendly Serving Mind”, as the Federation emphasizes the issue of anti-doping in sports. So there will be a booth. We are ready for intense publicity on all channels as well as Phuket Rajabhat University which is the venue of the competition. They have been well prepared and coordinated according to the Federation’s requirements. Strictly
For PR guidance there will be links with each sector. To publicize this competition and gain popularity, the Public Relations Department has a local support unit, the Public Relations Office of District 5, Surat Thani, which looks after radio and television media. We will continue to assist in coordination with local media. Which has planned the public relations in every channel, both online and offline completely by informing the public and interested people know about the competition schedule the importance of the competition and this will be the last accumulated result. Selection of athletes to compete in the 2024 Paris Olympics.
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Reporter: Dushani Sagabonthawi
Composer: Suntari Topmanush
Source: Phuket Provincial Public Relations Office
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