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Results Swiss Powerlifting Championship 2019 (SDFPF) – Zuchwil

WE ARE PROUD TO BE STRONG!

Team CrossFit Basel was represented by five athletes at the Swiss Powerlifting Championship 2019 (SDFPF) in Zuchwil SO. They won 4 gold medals and one silver medal. Monika broke her own swiss record in the bench press. Congratulations!

Our lifting Team currently holds 103 swiss, 12 european and 10 world records!

Find detailed explanation about the sport of Powerlifting as well as past reports on the bottom of the post.


Results Team CrossFit Basel:

Monika Kohler-Wiesli, 1st place M4/-70kg:

Backsquat: 87.5kg
Bench Press: 54kg (Swiss Record)
Deadlift: 100kg
Total: 241.5kg

Leonardo Bucci, 1st Place SR/-100kg:

Backsquat: 225kg
Bench Press: 140kg
Deadlift: 260kg
Total: 625kg

Ramon Gysin, 1st Place SR/-110kg, 2nd Place overall:

Backsquat: 255kg
Bench Press: 155kg
Deadlift: 280kg
Total: 690kg

Tatjana Abramides, 1st Place SR/-63kg, 3rd Place overall:

Backsquat: 97.5kg
Bench Press: 65kg
Deadlift: 150kg
Total: 312.5kg

Yvonne Piëch, 2nd Place SR/-70kg:

Backsquat: 115kg
Bench Press: 60kg
Deadlift: 140kg
Total: 315kg

Headcoach Ramon Gysin:

„The event was very well organised and I am very happy with the performance of our team, they did a great job. Plenty of personal bests being achieved. Thanks to all volunteers and the judges and congrats to all fellow athletes!

The youngest athlete was 16, the oldest 65. Everybody can compete in Powerlifting. Strength Training is important for Health and the Sport of Powerlifting is all about showing control over the loads you move, the rules are very strict. Try it! Lifting weights is not dangerous, not doing anything IS dangerous.

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”—Socrates

We are made to move. Hence this is what I try to do every day. The other magic trick I use is the following: Don’t do stupid shit! If you think you will get hurt, don’t do it. If you don’t know HOW to do it, ask somebody who knows or, if you are smart enough to distinguish good advice from bad advice, watch videos on youtube or use google. If you are in pain, do something, don’t ignore it. Find out, what it is. Heal. Train around the pain, come back, get stronger and fitter. Keep going and never stop. Just don’t stop. Don’t even think about.

“Don’t cheat the world of your contribution. Give it what you’ve got.” —Steven Pressfield

Body, mind and soul, all needs to be in balance. To function, the body needs some sort of resistance training, otherwise muscles will become weak, you are more vulnerable. It’s like taking care of your car. So far as I know, I got one body and can’t renew my leasing every 4 years and get a new one. So I try to keep an eye on it. It carries my brain and my soul. A fit body gives me more options. And a fit body is necessary for a fit mind. So I strongly believe in being fit to be able to contribute more AND LONGER.  Happy lifting!“


Find the best lifts of Team CrossFit Basel on vimeo.


Are you interested in attending one of Ramon Gysin’s Powerlifting Seminars or Strongman Workshops? Here are your next chances:

February 23rd – PLAYGYM Zürich – Strong(wo)man Athletes Workshop

February 24th – CrossFit Albstadt – Strong(wo)man Athletes Workshop

Want to host a workshop: Get back to him via rg@crossfitbasel.ch.


What is Powerlifting?

Every athlete has three attempts in the following three exercises (Powerlifts). The total of the best lifts count towards the total.

Backsquat:

275.5kg Backsquat 2 – Ramon Gysin @99.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Bench Press:

170kg Bench Press 3 – Ramon Gysin @99.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Deadlift:

WR 207.5kg Deadlift 3 – Nora Jäggi @74.3kg – Powerlifting WC (WDFPF) 2014 Chisinau Moldova from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

You can also compete in Single Lift Competitions where you choose to compete in one, two, or all three lifts, but get ranked separately in each lift.

There are raw competitions where only a belt is allowed and there are equipped competitions (single ply => one layer of suits/equipment and multi ply => several layers of equipment) where athletes wear assistant suits, briefs and knee wraps to be able to lift much more weight.

Team CrossFit Basel is competing raw.

What is the WDFPF?

The World Drug Free Powerlifting Federation was established to give drug free lifters a home as in most strength sports there is no or little drug testing. In fact there is no other sports federation (including ALL olympic sports!) in the world today that knows such severe punishment like the WDFPF. If an athlete is tested positive he or she will be banned FOR LIFE and all past results will be erased.

The WDFPF is also an inclusive federation, all athletes, no matter what age, are competing at the same venue at the same competition together, ranked in their respective weight and age classes.



Reports from the past:

2018:

Swiss Powerlifting Championships

Swiss Single Lift Championships

European Championships

2017:

World Championships

European Championships

2016:

Swiss Single Lift Championships

Swiss Powerlifting Championships

2015:

Swiss Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

BZ Basel European Championship 2015

2014:

Swiss Championships

European Championships

World Single Lift Championships

World Championships

Interview mit Ramon Gysin über Krafttraining

2013:

Swiss Championships

2012:

Swiss Championships

European Single Lift Championships

World Championships

2011:

Swiss Championships

2010:

World Championships

2009:

Swiss Championships

Reebok CrossFit Games Open 2019 – all new, still the biggest CrossFit community-event!

The Reebok CrossFit Games season 2019 begins with the worldwide CROSSFIT GAMES OPEN – on February 21st, 2019!! 

Our former Coach Alessia qualified for the Regionals for the second time last year as the fifth individual from CrossFit Basel to do so. She finished on the 5th place and just missed qualifying for the Reebok CrossFit Games by the tie break rule! 

In the past our teams had strong performances at the Regionals too. Read all about them in the bottom of the post. For 2019 there are major changes about the season, the Regionals are gone.

What are the CrossFit Games? 

Anyone can sign up to participate in five workouts over five weeks and post their scores online. There are several categories including a scaled one, that is accessible for everybody.

Last year, 430’000 athletes from around the world participated in the Open. 130 athletes from CrossFit Basel/CrossFit Basel Downtown! In 2019 the best ranked male and female athlete of the Open of every country and 32 winning athletes (16 male + 16 female athletes) and 16 winning teams of so called „Sanctionals“ will directly qualify for the Reebok CrossFit Games in July/August in the USA, where the fittest person on Earth will be crowned.

Whether you are a beginner, an advanced athlete, junior or master – the CrossFit Games Open are accessible for anyone. There is already a whole slew of athletes from CrossFit Basel/Downtown who are currently prepping for the competition. Join them and let’s workout side by side!!

We’ve had people get their first pull-ups, first toes to bar, first muscle up, set a PR on a clean and jerk, and on and on and on, all during the Open, because of the atmosphere and the community. It’s hard to put into words. Kind of like when your friends say “So tell me what this CrossFit stuff is all about.”

Work on your skills and take part in one of our five skill workshops taught by Staff Coach Marco Tanner.

On February 21, 2019 at 5pm PST (Fridaynight 1am for us) the first Open Workout will be released. Athletes have four days – until Mondaynight 1am – to absolve the workout. Judges will score the performance and you will have to submit your results to the Games site online. A new workout will be released every Thursdaynight within these five weeks (end of Open Games: March 25th, 2019). A scaled option of the Open workout will be released each week of the Open too. With reduced loading or less challenging movements, the scaled option will be designed to make the Open even more accessible.

Marton Pal wasted after 18.5

Let’s DO THIS!! 

Starting tonight, it is up to YOU: Go, sign up online!!
(Sign up at the affiliate you train most of the time, eg. choose CrossFit Basel or CrossFit Basel Downtown)

Because it was so much fun the last few years, we will again organise a so called „Intramural Open“-Event:

All of CrossFit Basel’s registered athletes (2018: 130 athletes participated!) will be divided in teams. Every Team has a Captain. CrossFit Basel Downtown will also have a team or two.

Our best athletes will be spread amongst those teams in a draft (tbd).

We are still looking for some team captains!!! If you want to lead a team, just write a mail to marco@crossfitbasel.ch

Each team will come up with their own team name, colors, all that fun stuff! Want to make shirts – go for it! Noisemakers – go for it! The goal is to have as much fun as humanly possible while challenging yourself to be better than yesterday.

The Team Captains will hang out registration sheets at the box starting next few weeks! Sign up for their team if you want to be part of their team.

Now, because we’re creating teams that will compete against one another, we’ve got to have a scoring system, right? To promote fun and encourage everyone to participate, here are how you can help your team score points:

1 point for showing up and posting a score online (no matter what category you compete).
5 points if all teammates earn an official score on the workout.
1-3 points per athlete that finishes in the top three in the box (male/female, 1st 3 points, 2nd 2 points, 3rd 1 point).
5 points for the team with the best spirit.
8 points (team) – Team Bonding: If your team gets together socially outside of the gym (ALL of you – pic posted on our FB page as proof)…you get points. This is a one time bonus, you can do it as many times as you like but it will only earn you points once. It can be done at any point during the 5 weeks.

After the final Open workout on Saturday March 23rd, we’re going to host a big BBQ at the box and present awards. Details will be announced soon.

CrossFit Basel offers Workout times at the box. These are as follows:

19.1, Feb 22-25:

• Friday, 8pm – 10pm (Bar open)
• Saturday, 2:30pm – 6:30pm (Bar open)
• Monday, 2:30pm – 4:30pm (exclusively reserved for Competition-Athletes) / 8:30pm – 10pm

19.2, March 1-4:

• Friday, 8pm – 11pm (Bar open)
• Saturday, 2:30pm – 6:30pm (Bar open)
• Monday, 2:30pm – 4:30pm (exclusively reserved for Competition-Athletes) / 8:30pm – 10pm

19.3, March 8-11:

• Friday, 8pm – 11pm (Bar open)
• Saturday, 2:30pm – 6:30pm (Bar open)
• Monday, 2:30pm – 4:30pm (exclusively reserved for Competition-Athletes) / 8:30pm – 10pm

19.4, March 15-18:

• Friday, 5pm – 10pm (Bar open)
• Sunday, 6:30pm – 8:30pm (Bar open)
• Monday, 2:30pm – 4:30pm (exclusively reserved for Competition-Athletes) / 8:30pm – 10pm

19.5, March 22-25:

• Friday, 5pm – 10pm (Bar open)
• Saturday closing party, tba

We strongly recommend doing the workout Friday or Saturday.

AGAIN THIS YEAR EACH WEEK YOU CAN SIGN UP ONLINE FOR THE HEATS!

Please be aware of workout time changes. Stay tuned on our Facebook event or ask the coaches!

We genuinely want to encourage all of you to register for this competition. Not only will it be challenging and a ton of fun to compete within the community, but it is the perfect chance to gather competition experience and to figure out your current position with your performance and strength in CrossFit.

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Become a Judge!! 

In order to keep up with the international standards, all workouts must be scored by certified judges. Anyone who is interested is allowed or better asked to take this course and become a judge! You can simply take the course of six modules here. This course includes general information on competition rules, regulations and common movements.

Team Downtown leaded by Tabea Jandt

And now let’s train, prepare, get strong and look forward to a strong CrossFit Games Open 2019!!

Recaps of last years Opens at CrossFit Basel:

WOD 18.5/Recap Open 2018

WOD 18.4

WOD 18.3

WOD 18.2

WOD 18.1

CrossFit Basel at the CrossFit Games Regionals Europe since 2011!

Let’s take a quick review on CrossFit Basel’s performances at the CrossFit Games Open/Regionals:

The first time we sent athletes to the CrossFit Games Regionals Europe was back in 2011. Former Coach Claudia competed in the category Women Individuals and placed 18th. Read the article from back in the days here!

We did not miss out on the Regionals in 2012 and competed as a team and individual. The team placed 18th and Ramon Gysin who competed as Individual won Event 5, the ‚Snatch Ladder‘. He made it to the final and finished strong with a 15th place out of 60 athletes!

Also, see the teams in action!

https://vimeo.com/44341870

Find the whole report about 2012:

2013: Tom Schwander (ranked 47) and Nadine Steinger (ranked 33) entered the Regionals as Individuals, plus we sent two teams!

This time the teams finished with a strong 19th and 23rd place.

2014: A team of our best athletes travelled to Copenhagen to take the challenge of the CrossFit Games Regionals Europe. This time they came in 15th!!

We are certainly proud of our qualifications 4 times in a row and will give our best to be part of the Regional Games in Madrid this year as well. Also important to point out is that the teams of athletes varied from year to year. Overall, we sent TWENTY different athletes to the Reebok CrossFit Games Regionals Europe during these four years. This shows that we follow a concept and strategy that works. Considering that the qualifications get tougher each year, we can be proud to be well in the loop with the fittest people on Earth.

Olympisches Gewichtheben – 1. Ligarunde Inferieur Zentral: GHCBB mit 5 Podestplätzen

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GHCBB tritt mit insgesamt 15 Athletinnen und Athleten an der 1. Ligarunde Inferieur Zentral vor heimischem Publikum an

Heute Samstag wurde die Gewichthebersaison 2019 bei CrossFit Basel mit der ersten Ligarunde Inferieur Zentral eröffnet.

  • GHCBB Heber/innen mit 5 Podestplätzen
  • Jolanda und Patricia mit ersten Plätzen

Übersicht aller Resultate der 1. Ligarunde Inferieur Zentral

1. Liga Damen:

1. Jolanda Holzherr (57/74/131) – 168.671 Sinclair

3. Tatjana Abramides (48/70/118) – 157.118 Sinclair

5. Emma Ispasani (40/63/103) – 133.844 Sinclair

2. Liga Damen:

1. Patricia Crowe (47/61/108) – 132.877 Sinclair

3. Leonie Bard (41/51/92) – 123.129 Sinclair

4. Carmen Haenggi (37/48/85) – 115.586 Sinclair

5. Tamara Lutz (40/55/95) – 115.516 Sinclair

6. Laila Miarelli (34/43/77) 113.374 Sinclair

7. Linda Bräutigam (36/50/86) – 110.334 Sinclair

8. Franziska Grassinger (38/51/89) – 105.216 Sinclair

1. Liga Herren

4. Basil Bard (88/110/198) – 233.794 Sinclair

5. Marco Tanner (76/105/181) – 232.347 Sinclair

6. Edmond ter Brugge (88/110/198) – 225.875

3. Liga Herren

2. Aleksandr Gozkin (75/96/171) – 200.731 Sinclair

4. Bayram Dincer (60/65/125) – 153.113 Sinclair

Der GHCBB gratuliert allen angereisten AthletInnen zu den starken Leistungen und wünscht viel Erfolg in der weiteren Saison.

Der nächste Wettkampf findet bereits am 16. Februar ebenfalls bei CrossFit Basel statt: 1. Ligarunde Superieur, die Nationalliga A/B der Männer und Frauen ist bei uns zu Gast. Verpass die besten GewichtheberInnen der Schweiz nicht! Der Zeitplan wird in Kürze veröffentlicht.

Eine Gesamtübersicht der Resultate: Hier

Videos der besten Versuche: Hier

Bleib up-to-date und folge dem GHCBB auf den Socialmedia Plattformen.


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CrossFit Basels weightlifting club (GHCBB) successful with 15 athletes at the 1st inferior „centre“ round.

  • 5 Podium spots overall.
  • 2 first places by Jolanda and Patricia

Overview of all the results

1. Liga Damen:

1. Jolanda Holzherr (57/74/131) – 168.671 Sinclair

3. Tatjana Abramides (48/70/118) – 157.118 Sinclair

5. Emma Ispasani (40/63/103) – 133.844 Sinclair

2. Liga Damen:

1. Patricia Crowe (47/61/108) – 132.877 Sinclair

3. Leonie Bard (41/51/92) – 123.129 Sinclair

4. Carmen Haenggi (37/48/85) – 115.586 Sinclair

5. Tamara Lutz (40/55/95) – 115.516 Sinclair

6. Laila Miarelli (34/43/77) 113.374 Sinclair

7. Linda Bräutigam (36/50/86) – 110.334 Sinclair

8. Franziska Grassinger (38/51/89) – 105.216 Sinclair

1. Liga Herren

4. Basil Bard (88/110/198) – 233.794 Sinclair

5. Marco Tanner (76/105/181) – 232.347 Sinclair

6. Edmond ter Brugge (88/110/198) – 225.875

3. Liga Herren

2. Aleksandr Gozkin (75/96/171) – 200.731 Sinclair

4. Bayram Dincer (60/65/125) – 153.113 Sinclair

The GHCBB congratulates all athletes for their strong performances and wishes good luck for the rest of the season.

The next competition is coming up soon on February 16th again at CrossFit Basel: We will welcome the Nationalliga A/B male/female. Switzerlands best weightlifters, don’t miss out. The schedule will be released soon.

All the results: Here

Videos of the best lifts: Here

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STAY STRONG – Präsident Ramon Gysin

Sonntag, 2. Dezember 2018

WOD

12min amrap, teams of 2:
20 KB Snatch 24/16
20 knees to elbows
20/16 cal Airbike/Row

“You find that you have peace of mind and can enjoy yourself, get more sleep, and rest when you know that it was a one hundred percent effort that you gave–win or lose.” – Gordie Howe

Samstag, 1. Dezember 2018

WOD

2 rounds à 4min on 1min off
600m run
AMRAP goblet squat (24/16)

There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure. ― Paulo Coelho

Erfolgreiches Finale! 4. Ligarunde Inferieur

(english version below)

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

GHCBB Athleten gewinnen 3 Inferieur Ligen.

Am Samstag 16.06.2018 war unsere Box der Austragungsort der 4. und letzten Ligarunde der Inferieur Ligen. Der GHCBB war mit 16 Athletinnen und Athleten angetreten und erreichte 7 Podestplätze.

  • GHCBB gewinnt 3 der 5 inferieur Ligen und bleibt der erfolgreichtste Club.
  • Peter Fields, Marco Tanner und Lani Messner gewinnen in ihre Liga.

Übersicht aller Resultate der 4. Ligarunde

Nationalliga B Damen

1. Lani Messner (65/72)
2. Jolanda Holzherr (58/72)
3. Olivia Rast (53/66)
5. Marija Srdanovic (53/64)

66kg Stossen – Olivia Rast@57.1kg – 4. Ligarunde Inferieur 2018 Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

64kg Stossen – Marija Srdanovic@67.0kg – 4. Ligarunde Inferieur 2018 Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Gesamtwertung über 4. Runden

Athletinnen:
1. Lani Messner
3. Jolanda Holzherr
4. Olivia Rast
9. Katia Kellberger-Bach
10. Marjia Srdanovic
12. Döne Bonina
14. Tamara Haiz
16. Chloe Baumgartner

Vereinswertung
1. GHCBB

Marco gewinnt die 2. Liga

2. Liga Herren

3. Samuel Gröflin (98/115)
6. Marco Tanner (73/110)

Gesamtwertung über 4. Runden

Athleten:
1. Marco Tanner
4. Samuel Gröfilin

Vereinswertung
2. GHCBB

73kg Reissen – Marco Tanner@73.1kg – 4. Ligarunde Inferieur 2018 Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

GHCBB gewinnt die 3. Liga

3. Liga Herren

3. Lukas Christen (77/110)
6. Tiziano Nardella (80/95)
8. Nick Charnley (65/83)
9. Rico Gessner (80/102)

Gesamtwertung über 4. Runden

Athleten:
4. Lukas Christen
6. Tiziano Nardella
8. Nick Charnley
11. Rico Gessner
12. Simon Hauri
13. Samuel Egli
14. Robin Sundström

Vereinswertung
1. GHCBB

1. Liga Damen

2. Zita Zeuggin (45/60)
4. Deborah Pungitore (43/57)
6. Tamara Lutz (44/57)
7. Rachel (35/55)

Gesamtwertung über 4. Runden

Athletinnen:
2. Tamara Lutz
4. Zita Zeuggin
5. Stefanie Bur
6. Deborah Pungitore
8. Rachel Elend
11. Irina Gutmann
12. Gail McBride
13. Melsa Dogan

Vereinswertung
1. GHCBB

4. Liga Herren

Aleksandr Gozkin 90kg C&J

2. Peter Fields (78/105)
6. Aleksandr Gozkin (70/90)

Gesamtwertung über 4. Runden

Athleten:
1. Peter Fields
7. Aleksandr Gozkin
12. Ivan Pezzeta
13. Markus Junck
14. Stefan Kündig
15. Rolf Eberhard

Vereinswertung
2. GHCBB

Der GHCBB gratuliert allen Athletinnen und Athleten zu den starken Leistungen während dieser ersten Saisonhälfte.

Der nächste Wettkampf, die Elite Schweizermeisterschaft, wird am 15.09. in Rorschach stattfinden. Bis dahin wünscht euch der GHCBB viel Spass beim Training.

Eine Gesamtübersicht der Resultate:Hier

Videos der besten Versuche:Hier

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Successful final. GHCBB Athletes win 3 of the 5 inferior leagues.

    • 7 Podium spots overall.
    • Peter Fields, Marco Tanner and Lani Messner win their league in a dominant fashion.

Overview of all the results

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Nationalliga B Damen

1. Lani Messner (65/72)
2. Jolanda Holzherr (58/72)
3. Olivia Rast (53/66)
5. Marija Srdanovic (53/64)

Ranking over all four rounds

Atheletes:
1. Lani Messner
3. Jolanda Holzherr
4. Olivia Rast
9. Katia Kellberger-Bach
10. Marjia Srdanovic
12. Döne Bonina
14. Tamara Haiz
16. Chloe Baumgartner

Team Ranking
1. GHCBB

65kg Reissen – Lani Messner@68.5kg – 4. Ligarunde Inferieur 2018 Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

58kg Reissen – Jolanda Holzherr@64.6kg – 4. Ligarunde Inferieur 2018 Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

2. Liga Herren

3. Samuel Gröflin (98/115)
6. Marco Tanner (73/110)

115kg Stossen – Samuel Gröflin@93.4kg – 4. Ligarunde Inferieur 2018 Basel from CrossFit Basel on Vimeo.

Ranking over all four rounds

Atheletes:
1. Marco Tanner
4. Samuel Gröfilin

Team Ranking
2. GHCBB

3. Liga Herren

3. Lukas Christen (77/110)
6. Tiziano Nardella (80/95)
8. Nick Charnley (65/83)
9. Rico Gessner (80/102)

Ranking over all four rounds

Atheletes:
4. Lukas Christen
6. Tiziano Nardella
8. Nick Charnley
11. Rico Gessner
12. Simon Hauri
13. Samuel Egli
14. Robin Sundström

Team Ranking
1. GHCBB

GHCBB gewinnt die 3. Liga

1. Liga Damen

2. Zita Zeuggin (45/60)
4. Deborah Pungitore (43/57)
6. Tamara Lutz (44/57)
7. Rachel (35/55)

Ranking over all four rounds

Atheletes:
2. Tamara Lutz
4. Zita Zeuggin
5. Stefanie Bur
6. Deborah Pungitore
8. Rachel Elend
11. Irina Gutmann
12. Gail McBride
13. Melsa Dogan

Team Ranking
1. GHCBB

4. Liga Herren

2. Peter Fields (78/105)
6. Aleksandr Gozkin (70/90)

Ranking over all four rounds
Athletes:
1. Peter Fields
7. Aleksandr Gozkin
12. Ivan Pezzeta
13. Markus Junck
14. Stefan Kündig
15. Rolf Eberhard
Team Ranking
2. GHCBB

The GHCBB congratulates all athletes for their strong performances during the whole season. The next competition, the Swiss Elite Championship will take place on September 19th in Rorschach. Till then we wish you all a successful training.

All the results: Here

Videos of the best lifts: Here

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Stay Strong!