2015 USAPL HIGH SCHOOL NATIONALS MILWAUKEE, WI
The 2015 USAPL Powerlifting High School Nationals will be held in Milwaukee, WI.
Hosted by the Wisconsin High School Powerlifting Association, the 2015 USAPL High School Nationals is setting up to be a memorable event. Meet Director, Tonya Lambeth is working to make this experience enjoyable as possible for all that come. She has been involved with High School Powerlifting for over 30 years and has a son (that will be lifting) in High School as well. To say she “gets it” is an understatement.
Last year, there were 308 competitors and one of the largest High School National Championships to date held in Killeen, TX. However, no one is talking about how big the meet was last year. Instead, everyone is talking about how competitive it was! This year’s intensity in Milwaukee will not disappoint.
I encourage you to represent your state and school at the most prestigious High School powerlifting meet in the country. Contact us if you need additional information. The first place I recommend that you visit is the Official Page of the championships.
How to Qualify
The meet is sanctioned by USA Powerlifting. Check out USAPowerlifting.com to find more information about their organization, rules, and drug-testing policies. This meet has both Junior Varsity (Fresh/Soph) and Varsity (Jr/Sr) divisions.
1. Become a member and qualify at an USAPL sanctioned meet.
2. Successfully lift the appropriate qualifying totals. Qualifying totals can be found here.
3. Complete the ONLINE Entry Form. For a list of all USAPL sanctioned meets click here.
The USAPL High School Nationals is also one of the qualifying meets for:
IPF SubJunior and Junior World Championships held in Prague Czech Republic.
NAPF SubJunior and Junior Championships held in Moose Jaw, Canada.
I hope to see you in Milwaukee! Email me if you have any questions.
Early March Update (Coming ~3/10/15)
Preview & Predictions (Coming 3/25/15)
Day 1 Report (Coming 3/27/15)
Day 2 Report (Coming 3/28/15)
Day 3 Report (Coming 2/29/15)
Final Thoughts (Coming 4/1/15)
We are not officially associated with the USAPL or High School Nationals. We are an independent media agency that promotes High School Powerlifting.