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Posted February 1, 2018 by Greg Laxer, Webmaster This year's Atlantic States Open will be held Saturday, February 17, 2018 at the previously announced location. There will be two competition platforms. Tentative schedule (still subject to revision): Women of all ages weigh-in at 8:45-9:45 AM, lift starting at 10:45 AM. Men of all ages weigh-in 12 Noon-1 PM, start lifting at 2 PM. Proof of current USAW Membership must be presented at weigh-ins. And the weather that day? We'll find out!!
Posted January 25, 2018 by Greg Laxer, Webmaster/Records Keeper MASTERS RECORDS DEMOLISHED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE! Some remarkable things transpired in Lebanon, NH on January 20 at the Thor's Stone Winter 2018 Weightlifting Meet (Meet Director: Darrin Clement). First, Jane Higgins answered the question I'd been posing to myself for a while (to wit, "Whatever became of Jane Higgins?") with a six-for-six performance in 53 Kilos Class/Age Group 70-74. She filled vacant New England Records slots there with a Snatch of 30 kgs., Clean & Jerk of 39, Total of 69 kgs. But the really remarkable factor is that she now…
Posted September 8, 2016 by Greg Laxer, Webmaster Here are links to Official Results of Rumbler WL's (Head Coach, Tony Pica) inaugural event for newcomers to the sport, held August 20, 2016 in New Hampshire. Women's Results: first-timers-meet-women Men's Results: first-timers-meet-men
Posted June 27, 2016 The Official Results from the Summer Solstice Open meet, held June 19, 2016 at NoRisk CrossFit in Smithfield, Rhode Island are now available. NOTE: The file runs 23 pages, but only the first two pages are needed to study the Results. Click here: …
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