Gage Smith lifting at an AAU May 16th 2015
pulled 290 pounds at 143 lbs and only 11 years old!
He narrowly missed 300. Never the less, the 290 pull was a national AAU record.
Watch footage of this young iron man!
Blaine Sumner great both in and out of gear! One of the few lifters who can really say that! At the USAPL Mens Open, Blaine busted out an incredible total head lined by a massive 1,069 pound squat!
Incredible world records and gold medals by the Japanese lifters Kodama (74 kilos) and Fukushima (83 kilos at the current world Benchpress championships in Sundsvall Sweden.
Kodama 300 kilos (661 lbs)
Saturday 16th May, The Pit in Hamrun hosted the first MDFPA Open Powerlifting Challenge ever, combined with the eight edition of the Maltese National Championships. No less than 28 Maltese Athletes competed for the honours, together with 9 foreigners, members of the Royal Airforce Powerlifting Team. A total of 14 female lifters took part in this event, which was over three times the previous record of female participants in a local event.
"2015 Open Nationals was this past weekend and I have to say it went pretty well. 827/475/832 (375/215/377.5) 6 new American records, unofficially broke the world record in the deadlift, 610 wilks, and some new prs. Getting close to the world records for the junior squat and total also. Here is my last dl, 832. Now it's on to the next one, 2015 IPF Juniors"
From 16 to 18 October 2015 in the heart of Russia, in Ekaterinburg, will be held Europe's largest power sports festival "Golden Tiger - IX».
The site of the festival: http://www.golden-tiger.ru/
The festival program includes 20 sports. Total number of athletes: 4000 Total quantitative of spectators: 10,000.
The April issue of STRONG LIFE Magazine is now available on Powerlifting Watch and at www.StrongLife610.net. Featured in the April issue is Tony Conyers' stellar performance at the 2015 Masters Championships and an update on the 2015 Men's & Women's Senior Championships on July 18-19 at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
"Squat training at NBS Fitness hitting a walked out PR of 820.
4 weeks out from SPF Braggin Rights."
Another client from joshstrength! Check out Craig Koffler popping
a big 515 raw bench at only 198 pounds!
Looks like a bit more in him:
Willis McCoy from the Iron Chamber Gym in Canton Ohio moved even further up the 148 Masters Rankings with a solid outing at the USPA Midwest Regional Powerlifting Championships in Dayton, Ohio on May 16th, 2015. McCoy posted a strong 485 squat, a 336 bench press and a 551 deadlift for a convincing 1372 single-ply total. The performance moves McCoy from 10th to 5th on the squat rankings, deadlift from tied for 4th to 3rd and full meet total from 5th to 3rd.
Lindsey Craft weighed in at 51.2kg (112.8) and went 9/9 at the USPA Midwest Regionals in the raw classic division. 133.5/80/141 for a 354.5 total (781), setting all 4 state records, placing in the all-time american rankings (now concurrently ranked in 3 consecutive weight classes), and placing in the all-time international for squat.
Tom has taken the squat to a new level! He has now become the lightest man in history to squat over 700 in just wraps! He did so at the May 16th UPA Wisconsin state contest. There he went 710 347 and pulled an opener deadlift of 562 for a grand total of 1,620! This was accomplished at a bw of exactly 75kg (165.25)
Tom benched 523lbs @ 198lbs on Saturday May 16
at the UPA meet IN Sun Prairie Wisconsin.
This should rank him #1 currently. Tom had to go bench only due to a partially torn quad he had sustained earlier that week.
Jim Hall competed at SPF Full Power Mania in Loganville, GA on May 9th, 2015. Jim competed in the 242 Raw Masters category. He squatted 325lbs, benched 340lbs, and deadlifted 420lbs. This was a new personal best on his Deadlift in competition. Here are the links to his final attempts.
Reports have been coming in that Janel hit a 457 squat and pulled 429 in the deadlift going over the 1100 pound mark at 132, thus breaking the all time record of 1096 held by Susan Salazar!
Here's some footage of her record setting performance: