AAU is a US based organization dedicated to the promotion and development of amateur sports with over 800,000 active athletes in various sports. Part of AAU’s rich tradition is over 40 years committed to drug tested strength competition. AAU is the only sanctioning organization that provides a strength athlete the opportunity to compete in sports like Olympic Weight Lifting, Powerlifting, Feats of Strength, and MAS Wrestling without the need to purchase multiple cards. One AAU Membership Card covers all events $14 youth under 19 years old and $24 adults. Cards can be purchased at AAUSPORTS.ORG. AAU has also return to it’s Bodybuilding roots and is offering athletes an opportunity to compete in drug tested Bodybuilding, Physique, Figure, and Bikini. In some of the larger venues the Bodybuilding and Strength Sports are held together at the same venue.
Grinder Gym first started hosting the AAU Southern California Weight Lifting, Powerlifting, Feats of Strength and MAS Wrestling in February of 2017. See events notices and event results bellow:
2018 – January 27 & 28 | Event | Results
2017 – February 25 & 26 | Event | Results
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