2011 Female Powerlifter of the year

Wed, 01/04/2012 - 11:45 -- admin
Liz Freel
3% (31 votes)
Shannon Nash
1% (6 votes)
Laura Phelps
50% (508 votes)
Stephanie Van de Weghe
1% (7 votes)
Jennifer Thompson
6% (66 votes)
Priscilla Ribic
5% (48 votes)
Sioux-z Hartwig-Gary
4% (44 votes)
Becky Rich
5% (49 votes)
Anna McCloskey
12% (117 votes)
Rheta West
4% (41 votes)
Ren Yamashita
1% (8 votes)
Taylar Stallings
5% (47 votes)
Alison McWeeny
3% (29 votes)
April Mathis
1% (8 votes)
April Shumaker
0% (3 votes)
Margaret Kirkland
0% (4 votes)
Total votes: 1016

Comments

Submitted by JASON MANENKOFF on
Whats up with the redirection to a foreign equipment sales website? My vote didn't even go through... weird...

Submitted by rheta on
JASON MANENKOFF wrote:
Whats up with the redirection to a foreign equipment sales website? My vote didn't even go through... weird...
I think you might not be logged in Jason

Submitted by LindseyCraft on
Jennifer Thompson. It'd be kind of silly to make Taylar lifter of the year right before she pulls 550.

Submitted by rheta on
I am proud to have been nominated. Thank you Smile and good luck to everyone! We would do what we do regardless, but the recognition is nice!!

Submitted by Lone Star Curt on
Jennifer Thompson broke all kinds of raw records this year. Plus, she broke an equipped total record for USAPL that had been around for many years. Nobody could be more deserving than she is.

Submitted by April Mathis on
No one included me even though I totaled over 1600lbs. raw twice and broke all-time records in every lift twice, lol. Oh well, I don't care really. I will vote for Taylar, because she makes me look bad on deadlift, pulling so close to what I do at 90lbs. less bodyweight.

Submitted by Scott Nutter on
That one has to be an oversight April. You are freakin' AMAZING!!! You get my vote for Super Human Female Powerlifter of the year.

Submitted by admin on
Scott Nutter wrote:
That one has to be an oversight April. You are freakin' AMAZING!!! You get my vote for Super Human Female Powerlifter of the year.
Agreed.. added...

Submitted by drdeadlift on
At the risk of stating the obvious, don't you think you need to separate the raw, single ply and multi-ply lifters. How can you compare Taylor Stallings to Laura Phelps? I mean, give me a break. There should be best raw, single ply and multi ply lifter if you want to make this less debatable.

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