Thursday, March 7, 2013

USSF Powerlifting and Weightlifting Championship

All the info is here.

However if you are too lazy for that..........


Kansas State Powerlifting and Weight Lifting Championship

April 13th = Powerlifting, April 14th = Weight Lifting

Crossfit Olathe =

1808 East Kansas City Road
Olathe, KS 66061
(913) 706-1558

CF Olathe Facebook

Meet Directors = Phil Stevens (Phil@lift4hope.org) and Jerell Barber

On the 13th and 14th of April the USSF will hold its Annual Kansas State Powerlifting and Weight Lifting Championship for 2013. Saturday the 13th will be the powerlifting portion ran according to the rules of the USSF with both mens and womens classes being invited. Sunday the Weight lifting portion will be held with both men and womens classes being contested. Being a State Championship there will be $5 extra added on to the usual capped meet cost of $50 with the extra $5 going to the prize purse for the overall winner.

Total Number of entries = Total number of entries will be capped at 45 lifters for each day.

Cost = $50

Prize money = Dependent on the number of lifters but if we have a full schedule as we expect the top man and top woman from each day *(powerlifting and Weight lifting) would receive $225 each (if the meet is full)

T-Shirt = Any lifter who meets the entry deadline of March 30th will receive a meet T-shirt

Powerlifting Entry Form Here = Deadline March 31st

Weight Lifting Entry form here = Deadline March 31st

3 comments:

  1. I'm pretty set on moving to Kansas so I can do USSF meets. Seriously though, I looked through the rulebook and it pretty much eliminates all the bullshit we go through on meet day and powerlifting in general.

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  2. Paul, I searched the rules and didn't find anything about compression shorts under the singlet. Want to make sure they are ok before I show up in one.

    Trying to figure out what to do about the horrible moose knuckle the singlet gives me - are you just supposed to wear a jock strap and nothing else underneath? This is my first time wearing one and I don't want to scar any kids that are there.

    Thanks.

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    1. Ask Phil. We didn't talk about compression shorts.

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