2019 SPA Provincial Powerlifting and Bench Press Championship
October 25-27, 2019
Knox Hall
136 Second St. NE
Weyburn, SK
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Sanctioned by: Saskatchewan Powerlifting Association
All Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU)/International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) rules apply.

Competitors: This event is open to any SPA member who has competed in a previous competition and recorded a total in that competition. Provincials is not open to anyone as their first competition.

Schedule: Tentative but will be determined once entries are received:
Friday evening - only if needed due to entries
Saturday - all classic powerlifting and equipped bench only
Sunday - all equipped powerlifting and classic bench only
The SPA AGM will also take place during the weekend, details will follow once entries are received and a schedule can be made.

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 and Canadian Powerlifting Union 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. You must complete the CCES True Sport Clean Course prior to competition day and show your certificate at weigh ins.

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

Questions? Email Ryan Fowler (ryan.g.fowler@gmail.com)
Entry Deadline: September 20, 2019
Entries, including payment, must be received by the entry deadline.

No refunds after the entry deadline.
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