Official USAPL Women's Nationals Results

Create: 02/16/2009 - 08:21
Official results (pdf) are posted for the USAPL Women's Nationals which were held on Saturday and Sunday in Miami, Florida. Priscilla Ribic (165) totalled 1,322 pounds to run away with the Wilks battle by a huge margin of 54 points. Ribic set new USAPL National Records in the squat and total, erasing Liane Blyn's 480 pound squat and Rebecca Phelps' 1,245 pound total from the books. Sixty year old Harriet Hall (shw) not only won her age division (M3A, formerly M5) but captured the Open division win with her 1,267 pound total. In doing so, she also claimed all four USAPL age 60-64 National Records. Top Open Class Results 105 1. Cheryl Anderson 287/176/336 - 799 2. April Schumaker - 777 3. Gladys Serrano - 628 114 1. Sioux-z Hartwig-Gary 331/214/341 - 887 2. Joan Schmidt - 275 123 1. Rowena Lopez 319/209/325 - 854 2. Janel Brown - 815 3. Ita Pantilat - 804 132 1. Ellen Stein 347/165/374 - 886 2. Rita Carlsson - 793 3. Katherine Singletary - 788 148 1. Donna Marts 341/225/358 - 925 2. Kelli Lambert - 887 3. Ruth Welding - 826 165 1. Priscilla Ribic 523/297/501 - 1,322 2. Kimberly Walford 418/236/501 - 1,157 3. Paula Houston - 1,025 181 1. Daliann James 457/264/507 - 1,229 2. Rebekah Lair - 947 198 1. Jill Arnow 402/275/413 - 1,091 2. Malinda Baum - 1,014 3. Francesca Mangaoang-Brodine - 1,003 Shw 1. Harriet Hall 523/270/473 - 1,267 2. Sue Hallen - 1,014 3. Tammi Smith - 1,014

Comments

Submitted by Timoteo (not verified) on
Awesome meet... huge lifts coming out of the female competitors... Great lifting girls!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Congratulations to Ellen Stein and Harriet Hall. Well done and hope you have a safe and enjoyable trip to the worlds of your choice. Hope they give you enough time to train for the open and master worlds, since half the team appears to be masters this year.

Submitted by Chris Burgan (not verified) on
What a fantastic showing by Harriet Hall for a 60 year old powerlifter! Not only is Harriet a high performing lifter but a wonderful person as well. Congratulations to you, Harriet! Chris