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[ROGER SADECKI


to the Worlds and ultimately to the Olympic Games in 2000. In 2005, the one kilo rule came into being, which I like.” He hasn’t been a fan of some of the more recent changes. “In January of 2017 another class for women was added and


bodyweight advantage was eliminated. “I am not in favor of ei- ther. I think all women’s classes should have been rearranged so that all women could share in one added class.” Through and through, Sadecki prefers an “old-school”


experience for athletes and spectators. “Electronic competition systems, attempt boards and score-


boards came into being,” Sadecki said. “However, I miss the large, manual, easily readable, behind-the-platform scoreboards.” Back in Rio, where high technology met the sport of Weight-


lifting, the incident in the +105kg session didn’t mar Sadecki’s experience on the world’s largest stage. “Rio was fantastic,” Sadecki said. “Its beaches are everything


and more than they are hyped up to be,” Sadecki said. “The competition also lived up to its hype.”


SAM COFFA, IWF VICE PRESIDENT AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN, WITH ROGER SADECKI, USA OFFICIAL AND USAW TECHNICAL COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN AT 2012 JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.


[MORGHAN KING


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ROGER SADECKI AT THE 1982 IN NORTHBROOK, ILLINOIS.”


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