Meet report from the 2014 from Osceola, WI. My expectations were blown away.Read More
Author: Trey Cunningham, Ph.D.
Yes, I am quite excited to be heading to Wisconsin this weekend to cover the 2014 Wisconsin High School State Powerlifting Championships! NOT FROM WISCONSIN? Don’t stop reading. I have information for you, too! Remember, this website is about the promotion of High School Powerlifting at the NATIONAL level. Visit us to learn about what other states do things. 5 points for those not familiar with Wisconsin HS Powerlifting 1. While not having the the largest number of lifters, Wisconsin has more than its share of IPF World Champions and phenomenal lifters. Hall of Fame Page. 2. They also have a great website. The plethora of information and frequency of updating by Joe Lewis (WHSPA President) is amazing. Wisconsin takes communication seriously. 3. Their state meet is sanctioned by USAPL. Yes, they are judged by USAPL rules and adhere to their drug testing policies. State Meet Website & Schedule. 4. Bench Press shirts are not allowed during season (But, they know how to use them at nationals)! 5. What state did High School Powerlifting begin? The WHSPA website lists Lincoln High School of Manitowoc, WI as the team champions of 1968 (46 Years). One of my goals this weekend is to talk to Shawn Cain about this (and anyone else who will speak to me). The top 5 things I’m looking forward to this weekend! 1....Read More
Team USA qualifying procedures for 2014 SubJunior Worlds have concluded.Read More
2014 USAPL Powerlifting High School Nationals What an amazing meet! Here are our reports: High School Nationals Preview Day 1 – USAPL High School Powerlifting Nationals Day 2 – USAPL High School Powerlifting Nationals Day 3 – USAPL High School Powerlifting Nationals Results As you can see from our rankings, lifting exists outside of your state. I encourage you to represent your state and school at the greatest powerlifting meet in the country at the USAPL Powerlifting High School Nationals to be held in Killeen, Texas. I consider Killeen (central Texas) to be the heart of...Read More