|The North Dakota State Powerlifting meet was a big sucesss We had 22 entries, an increase from last
year. Meet directors Boyd Strand and Norm Judd did an outstanding job putting on the meet.
Some of the highlites:
308 SM 2 John Apland had a great day with a 766 squat, 457 bench and a 700 deadlift for a total of
1923. This the highest state total in ND for a NASA lifter. John also set an American record in the
push/pull with an 1157 total.Great job, John!
M 2 198 Brad Weber squatted 523, benched 407 AR, and deadlifted 540 for 1470 total. Brad also set
an American push/pull record at 947. Grandpa's rule, Brad!
Gary Clock, M 2 220 had his best day at 220 with a 562 squat, 424 bench 545 dead total 1531. Gary
broke the American push/pull record with a 970.
Diane Siveny broke the American push/pull record in the 148 lb M 1 class.
Linda Abel, 132 M2 broke the American record in push/pull with 266. She broke the unequipped squat
132 and deadlift 184 American records.
Eric Rochholz, 15 year old 123 lb set new American records in unquipped 176 squat, 121 bench 237
deadlift and 534 total, Great job!!
Single lift highlites:
Bill Johnson: M2 198 first 402 squat
Tracy Larson M1 242 628 squat 556 deadlift
Bob Brunner Inter 275 600 squat
Diane Siveny M 1 148 181 bench
Kurt Weaver SM 2 181 148 curl
We had some really good lifting and a lot of fun. Thanks to our spotters and judges. Announcer Doreen
Clock and score keeper Stoney Klimpel did a outstanding job keeping the meet going. Jason Dalen from
Dickinson did a nice job in his first NASA meet setting quite few records.
|2006 North Dakota NASA State Championships