2019 USA Powerlifting Washington Ladies of Iron (wa-2019-02)
May 4, 2019
May 4, 2019
Venue: Tacoma Strength
2354 Jefferson Ave
Tacoma, WA 98402
HOTEL : TBA
This event has two aspects to it:
Each interested state will run a WOMEN ONLY event on the same date, May 4. Scoring will be done via LiftingCast. This will allow all competitors to compete against women all over the United States at the same time without being in the same place. These combined results will be entered into our lifting database as “United Ladies of Iron (WA-2019-01)” to form, possibly, the largest women’s only powerlifting event!
Each lifter will also compete against the lifters at their local event. Awards and placings will be given to those on location as well as the nation wide placings.
Each local event will award the top 3 places in each weight class and age division. In addition, the top 3 in each weight class and age division will be awarded to the winners of United Ladies of Iron.
This event will be limited to the first 100 lifters registered. Deadline to register is April 1, 2019.
This will most likely be a one day, two session event. The final schedule of what weight classes will lift in which session (morning or afternoon) will be determined after the registration deadline.
Spectators Admission = $5
Any USA Powerlifting member is eligible to compete in this event. You must reside in the state of Washington to be eligible to compete in this event. (If you are not a WA State resident, you may still lift as a quest lifter. You will not be eligible to receive an award).
There are no pre-qualifications to compete in this event. All lifters will have the opportunity to set State and American records during this event. If you are new to USA Powerlifting, you can become a member at www.usapowerlifting.com.
Custom Awards: Awards will be given to 1st – 5th in each age and weigh division in powerlifting, bench press, and deadlift. Special awards will be given to best lifters and to teams.
There are Equipped and Raw divisons.
Raw Lifting: As of September 1, 2007 “Raw” lifting rules require all competitors to wear a regulation one piece non supportive lifting suit. Wrist wraps and belts are OK. Neoprene knee sleeves are OK. No other support gear is allowed. Only raw gear approved by USAPL is permitted. See www.USAPowerlifting.com
Drug Testing: You must be drug free for at least 36 months prior to the date of this meet to be eligible to compete. At least 10% of all lifters will be tested by urinalysis. Banned substances include but are not limited to anabolic steroids and growth hormones. The complete list of banned substances is available on the web site of the World Anti-Doping Agency (see www.WADA-ama.org).
Lifting Attire: All competitors must wear a one piece lifting suit or a wrestling singlet, shoes and a T-Shirt. All equipment must conform to USA Powerlifting rules. See www.USAPowerlifting.com for details.
Entry Deadline is April 1, 2019
Entry Fees: Power lifting (Squat, bench press and deadlift) = $95
Bench Press only = $95
Deadlift only = $95
Deadlift and bench press = $95
You may add a single lift for an additional $25 (example: Full Power + bench press)
High School-Power lifting Only-$75 (you must be an active high school student or home schooled)
Team = $65…. 1st-3rd place. All Teams must be registered with the USAPL.
Awards: 1st-3rd in all weight classes and divisions for men and women.
All participants must have a current USAPL card or purchase one before the meet. All memberships expire 12/31 of the year you purchased them.
- Women: 43k (youth, teenage, jr only), 47k, 52k, 57k, 63k, 72k, 84k, 84k+
- Men: 53k (youth, teenage, jr only), 59k, 66k, 74k, 83k, 93k, 105k, 120k, 120+k
Open = Option for participants of any age. Mandatory for those age 24-39
Special Olympic: Must be a member of Special Olympics
Disabled Lifters (USA Powerlifting only recognizes Blind lifters as qualifying for the disabled division)
Masters: Age: 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+
Age Groups: Youth 1 – 8-9, Youth 2 – 10-11, Youth 3 – 12-13, Teen 1 – 14-15, Teen 2 – 16-17, Teen 3 – 18-19, Junior – 20-23
Master age is based on calendar year, not birth date (for example, the year you turn 40).
You may enter more than one age division for an additional $25 per division.