Brisbane Open – Powerlifting Australia
Bringing back the heat to the southern Hemisphere, Powerlifting Australia will be showcasing some of the strongest athletes in the world at the Brisbane Open.
The Brisbane Open will see the much anticipated return of Natalie Salm in the women’s 58kg division. While Queensland local Tara Renke will fight to hold her #1 position in the Women’s Junior 64Kg Weight Division. Super heavy weight Dave Napper will be hitting the platform to push the boundaries on his Open Nationals total.
The Nauru team will be again making the journey to Aussie soil to break Oceania Records with Dyke Doae in the open 77kg weight division looking to get a 250kg squat and Langer Olsson Wharton hoping to get a 224kg bench press record in the 120kg weight division.
Check out the Powerlifting timetable below and visit the Muscle Stage on Saturday at the Fitness Show to find out who really is the strongest athlete!
Saturday 13th July
72kg Women – Tonya EVera, Jess McManus, Hannah Altman BP Only
100kg Women – Hannah Kose
77kg Men – Joel Wieland, Beau Rutherford, Isher Singh BP Only, Taka Miyamoto
94kg Men – Lawrie Abbott
58Kg Women – MyGirl Jeremiah (Nauru), Tayla-Jane Sissons, Narrah-Val Herman (Nauru)
64kg Women – Vanessa Treloar, Katie Springer, Keely Reinke, Caitlin Barracloiugh
69kg Men – Joaquin Evans, Anthony Frilingos, Hamish McLean
64kg Women – Natalie Salm, Tara Reinke
94kg Men – Jason Clarke
105kg Men – Denver Steyn
120kg Men – Sam Butterworth, Chris Dux, Lunger Wharton (Nauru) BP only
120Kg+ Men – Dave Napper
84kg Women – Angela Lowe, Shannan McIlwham, Sally Winstanley, Louise Sing
100kg+ Women – Debbie-Lea Young
77kg Men – Dyke Doae (Nauru)
85kg Men – James Waterson, Liam Bygott, Owen Feng