2010 Male Powerlifter of the year

Sat, 01/01/2011 - 13:38 -- admin
Dave Hoff
7% (128 votes)
Ryan Celli
4% (68 votes)
K Konstantinovs
4% (62 votes)
Andrey Belyaev
20% (339 votes)
Andrei Malanichev
18% (301 votes)
Shawn Frankl
6% (110 votes)
Mauro Spinardi
5% (84 votes)
Joe Morrow
5% (88 votes)
Al Caslow
0% (5 votes)
brad gillingham
3% (47 votes)
mike tuchscherer
1% (24 votes)
eric lilliebridge
12% (210 votes)
Andy Bolton
2% (31 votes)
Mike Cartinian
0% (7 votes)
Lance Karabel
4% (70 votes)
Benni Magnusson
2% (38 votes)
Henry Thomson
1% (16 votes)
Jose Garcia
5% (79 votes)
Total votes: 1707

Comments

Submitted by JShatka on
I voted Malanichev, because he has hit consistently 1,000+ pound squats in IPF competition, 2,400+ totals in IPF competition, and just broke the absolute all time raw squat record before the end of the year with 992(and went DEEP). I'm surprised Siders isn't listed, he'd be my second choice.

Submitted by natthebest1 on
i voted Dave Hoff Reguardless of what any one thinks hes the most consistant lifter out there. march of 2010 he went 2685. then in june hits 2700 and deadlifts 825. then goes to the pro am wins the heavywieght division with 2750 and and to top it all off finishes the year with 2770 and a monster 900lb bench press AND ALL THIS AT 22 YEARS OF AGE! need i go on ?

Submitted by bmoore on
I guess 2160 total @ raw unity raw no knee wraps age 44 get no love. best lifts for 2010 raw. squat 800 no wraps age 45 bench 600 age 44 dl 820 age 44 what does an old man have to do ha ha beau moore

Submitted by Putt Houston on
[quote=bmoore]I guess 2160 total @ raw unity raw no knee wraps age 44 get no love. best lifts for 2010 raw. squat 800 no wraps age 45 bench 600 age 44 dl 820 age 44 what does an old man have to do ha ha beau moore[/quote] This is making me laugh. Take away the gear and get to the raw strength and your performances were outstanding; winning all the meets you entered into... with some sick ass numbers. No love for Beau... thats not right! Putt Houston

Submitted by Leonardo Cavaglia on
Mauro Spinardi of Argentina in their first competition the following brands achievement Raw Squat 782 Bench Press 462 lbs 715lbs Deadlift 715lbs division 275 lbs GPA World Championships 2010 in Atlanta GPA obtaining three world records

Submitted by bmoore on
I just wanted to know why I didnt make the list. A lot of great lifters are on that list that have done some great things the past year. beau

Submitted by nuninu118 on
Ellen Stein I love you Beau-that's all that really matters! Love from one old broad!

Submitted by rmichie on
Seen eric train for about 2+ years now, definately puts in the work. Don't know of anyone aside from ed coan who was as strong as he is at this age. Zenzen barbell find us on facebook

Submitted by April Mathis on
Melanichev, because the 992 raw squat was one of the most impressive lifts ever done in powerlifting and broke the world record by a considerable amount, besides that he totaled 2300+ raw and 2400+ singly-ply.

Submitted by Наталья ... on
[quote=April Mathis]Melanichev, because the 992 raw squat was one of the most impressive lifts ever done in powerlifting and broke the world record by a considerable amount, besides that he totaled 2300+ raw and 2400+ singly-ply.[/quote]

Submitted by Наталья ... on
[quote=April Mathis]Melanichev, because the 992 raw squat was one of the most impressive lifts ever done in powerlifting and broke the world record by a considerable amount, besides that he totaled 2300+ raw and 2400+ singly-ply.[/quote]