The 2019 USA Powerlifting Raw Nationals Competition, General Information
The 2019 USA Powerlifting Raw Nationals starts in a few days. This shows you how to catch all the action from this four-day-long event.
The 2019 Raw Nationals is going to include some of the strongest powerlifters from all around the world. The action starts on October 16th and goes until October 20th. In addition, it takes place in Lombard, Illinois, and is streamed live on the internet.
How To Watch 2019 USAPL Raw Nationals
The last year’s Raw Nationals was streamed on the YouTube Channel of the USA Powerlifting. Therefore, it is expected that this year will be the same thing. Moreover, it will be streamed live on USA Powerlifting’s website.
The link to catch the action is here: USAPowerlifting.com/live
Schedule of the Raw Nationals
The Raw Nationals will take place four days, with a variety of men and women competing on each day. And this is a breakdown of the lifting schedule for each day.
October 16, 2019
Men’s 53kg, 59kg, 66kg, 74kg
October 17, 2019
Women’ 43, 47, 52
October 18, 2019
Women’s 57kg, 63kg
October 19, 2019
Women’s 72kg, 84kg
October 20, 2019
Men’s 120kg, 120+kg
The 2019 USA Powerlifting Raw Nationals will feature some of the top talents from around the world. With so many competitors who take part in, it is so difficult to keep track of which ones are the most promising. These are some such athletes and some brief highlights.
Marisa Inda (52kg, Competing October 17th)
Inda has put in some serious work at the gym. She has hit a new PR with her deadlifts, reaching 402lb. Therefore, it is to be expected that Inda will be looking for some huge numbers on Thursday.
Meghan Scanlon (63kg, October 18th)
At the IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships, Scanlon was almost able to walk away with the first place. While in the end, she fell short, she set 2 new world records in her class. Therefore, she is sure to look to avenge which defeat at the upcoming competition.
Sarah Brenner (+84kg, October 20th)
Earlier this year, Brenner set a new world record of all time in the +84kg division, with a 568lb deadlift. Therefore, she will be looking to do more of the same at the Raw Nationals.