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fredsterryIconGBPF British Masters12-03-2009 @ 16:51 
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Post Edited: 12.03.2009 @ 16:59 PM by fredsterry
Change of program,masters I 90kg will now be on the first weigh-in
Sunday 8.00am.
FatpeteIcon...23-03-2009 @ 08:30 
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lilly livered.
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According to the website there would appear to be sixteen masters two lifters in there. Awful lot for one flight. Some would say too many.
cuntosIcon...23-03-2009 @ 10:00 
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old fat fingers needs to find 10kg
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Post Edited: 23.03.2009 @ 10:03 AM by cuntos
The rules say it's too many as well.

Page 24: http://www.powerlifting-ipf.com/fileadmin/data/Technical_Rules... suggests that the maximum is in fact 14 (for some reason I thought it was 15).

Bearing this in mind it is very unlikely that there will actually be 16 lifters in one flight. Fear not young Pete!
fredsterryIconGBPF Masters23-03-2009 @ 15:26 
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If you check the list of entrants on the GBPF site you will see that there
are 14 90kg lifters 1 MIIII 2 MIII 4 MII & 7 MI
Masters II,III,IIII compete on Saturday ,Masters I on Sunday.
FatpeteIcon...23-03-2009 @ 20:16 
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lilly livered.
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c**tos said:
Bearing this in mind it is very unlikely that there will actually be 16 lifters in one flight. Fear not young Pete!


I am old and fat. There would be a very real danger of me falling asleep between lifts
Happy
BoarIcon...28-03-2009 @ 15:02 
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anyone got a directline on fatpetes squattage ?
LurkioIcon...28-03-2009 @ 18:52 
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^^ Silverback ^^
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well?
BoarIcon...28-03-2009 @ 21:05 
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c'mon grandad lifters , giz some news !!!
LurkioIcon...28-03-2009 @ 21:13 
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^^ Silverback ^^
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The silence is killing me!Roll-Eyes
staplegun16Icon...29-03-2009 @ 11:11 
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Even his dad lifts more
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I cant tell you much about pete, but i can tell you that Terry O'Neill was bombed out on the squat for 3 legal squats, ill try and post a video on here soon. but the judging was a joke, took it to appeal with the jury which was a waste of time.

i have been lifting a long time, and i may not be an " ipf cat 1 " judge, but i am a lifter who knows and undestands the rules..
FinchIcon...29-03-2009 @ 14:19 
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English championships anyone?
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Malc, I got a text from Kev saying he'd won for the 6th consecutive time, but with his lowest ever total. I guess a win is a win though.
LurkioIcon...29-03-2009 @ 14:39 
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Thanks Ian.
BoarIcon...29-03-2009 @ 14:43 
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wouldnt mind seeing a vid of that staplegun mate !!
stephenIcon...29-03-2009 @ 18:28 
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staplegun16 said:
I cant tell you much about pete, but i can tell you that Terry O'Neill was bombed out on the squat for 3 legal squats, ill try and post a video on here soon. but the judging was a joke, took it to appeal with the jury which was a waste of time.

i have been lifting a long time, and i may not be an " ipf cat 1 " judge, but i am a lifter who knows and undestands the rules..


I was there also and Terry O'Neill was fuming back in the warm-up room.
RickIcon...29-03-2009 @ 18:45 
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I was in the worst possible position to judge anybody's squats, as I was spotting for every squat over both days, so I think it best if I make no comment on whether or not I agreed with any particular decision. It certainly wasn't a bombfest in general, though.

Adlington lifters: Pete did not lift. Val had difficulties with her shirt and came second, narrowly. Andy K lifted well - I think he medalled. Mark Taylor won the M1 110s with his final pull Grin.

Bryn did an extraordinary job organising, as did a clearly ill Bullock as platform manager. Huge work done by the loaders (I got off pretty lightly really!), of whom I think I should especially mention Andy Littler and Mick Ashurst, who spotted despite not being powerlifters (currently at least Wink), the ever-tireless and hugely efficient Marie and Sue (who broke 14 records in the first flight of Saturday and then spotted without a break for the rest of the day and until midday Sunday!), and Andy Gregory, who was barely off the platform on either day despite also being ill.

I believe we did ourselves proud Grin.

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