Rise Strength Lab Open
August 10, 2019

Saskatoon, SK

Meet Director:
Russell Agnew
platformsportscoaching@gmail.com

Entry Deadline: July 31, 2019

Entry will be capped at:
28 Powerlifting 3-lift
14 Bench-only

Note: Entry may be filled before deadline.

Email address *
Competition Information
Sanctioned by:
Saskatchewan Powerlifting Association

All Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU)/International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) rules apply.

Competitors:
This event is open to any CPU members

Venue:
Rise Strength Lab
1505 Ontario Ave, Saskatoon Sk

Schedule:
Saturday August 10, 2019

Bench Only Weigh In - 9am
Bench Only Lifting Start - 11am

Powerlifting Weigh In - 10am
Powerlifting Start - 12pm


Note:
• A detailed schedule of sessions and flight number will be sent to registered athletes following the entry deadline. This is a tentative schedule and will be subject to change based on number of athletes confirmed in each class.

Age Categories & Weight Classes: Age and weight categories will be in accordance with CPU/IPF rules.

Age categories: Sub-Junior (14-18), Junior (19-23), Open (any age), Master I (40-49), Master II (50-59), Master III (60-69), Master IV (70-79) (Note: Master IV is male only)

Female weight classes: 43kg, 47kg, 52kg, 57kg, 63kg, 72kg, 84kg, 84+kg
Male weight classes: 53kg, 59kg, 66kg, 74kg, 83kg, 93kg, 105kg, 120kg, 120+kg
(Note: women’s 43kg and men’s 53kg only apply to sub-junior and junior competitors)

Rules:
All athletes are expected to understand and comply by the technical rules as defined by the International Powerlifting Federation: http://www.powerlifting-ipf.com/fileadmin/ipf/data/rules/technical-rules/english/IPF_Technical_Rules_Book_2016__1_.pdf

Classic and Equipped Powerlifting:
As defined by the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF). For more information on classic and equipped lifting and approved equipment, please visit: http://www.powerlifting-ipf.com/rules/approved-list.html.

Records: Saskatchewan Powerlifting Association record setting is available at this meet.

Doping Control:
The CPU follows the rules and regulations of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). By being a CPU member, you accept the possibility of being selected for doping control.

All Athletes must compete the 2019 CCES True Sport Clean before they are able to compete

Note: CPU cards can be purchased from www.powerlifting.ca, and must be purchased in advance of the meet.

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