Over forty years ago, under the direction of Mr. Bob O'Leary, the American Armwrestling Association (AAA) began its existence. To date, 56 armwrestling associations across the United States have united together under the leadership of the AAA. Operating under a structured Constitution & By-Laws, rules and regulations, this association continued to grow and became the largest promoting force for the sport of armwrestling.
As a result of operating under a democratic process, the AAA has undergone numerous changes through the years. Three significant changes transpired April 1, 2000:
The AAA is the only affiliated member association representing the
States in the WORLD ARMSPORT FEDERATION(WAF).
WAF is the "world body" of armwrestling associations, and currently has
over 70 member countries. The WAF sanctions a prestigious World event,
held in a different country each year.. The United States is
by AAA National event competitors who are the only qualifiers to be on
the US Team.
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2005 WAF XXVI World Championships Results - Utsunomiya, Japan
2004 WAF XXV World Championships Results - Sao Paulo, Brazil
2003 AAA Contest Results
2002 WAF XXIII World Championships Results - Alexandria, Egypt
2001 WAF XXIII World Championships Results - Gardone, Italy
AAA Receives Unification Proposal - updated 12/14/01
2001 Arnold Classic Armwrestling Challenge - Results & Photos
2000 WAF XXI World Championships - Virginia Beach, USA
2000 Arnold Classic Armwrestling Challenge Results & Photos
1999 Arnold Classic Armwrestling Challenge - Results & Photos
1999 WAF XX World Championships Results - Vladikavkaz, Russia
1998 WAF XIX World Championships Results- Cairo, Egypt
1998 WAF XIX World Championships Photos- Cairo, Egypt
1998 WAF XIX Congress Meeting Minutes - Cairo, Egypt
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