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Severn valley / Britain strongest woman. Photo's results etc.

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2009/07/16 19:54:12 (permalink)

Severn valley / Britain strongest woman. Photo's results etc.

If there is bad weather on saturday i will try to keep the events simallar to those lasted but for safty reason some will have to change.
 
Farmers walk will become Farmers hold max time.
 
Yoke will be replaced with a 18inch deadlift for rep's
 
Log will remain the same.
 
Loading will remain the same  object will be moved closer to the platform and rubber mats awill be laid ontop of board.
 
Walk of pain will remain the same or replaced with deadlift if yoke goes ahead. If all else fails event will be dropped unless i can think of something else.
 
Fingers crossed it will stay dry and things will go as planed.
 
Mike
post edited by cougarman - 2009/07/18 21:10:32
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    strongwoman
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/17 20:53:37 (permalink)
    Thanks Mike,

    See you there!

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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/18 20:42:33 (permalink)



    Photos of the winners

    More soon...


     

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/18 21:40:15 (permalink)
    gemma was amazing! enjoyed spectating the comp.
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 14:19:04 (permalink)

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 14:21:35 (permalink)
    http://s9.zetaboards.com/Strength_Discussion/topic/7084490/4/?x=0

    Breakdown of results are on SDF link above.
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 14:23:14 (permalink)
    Dam you beat me to it by 2 minutes.
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 15:03:33 (permalink)
    Easy LOL.

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 16:12:27 (permalink)


    Went to this event with the wife.
    While waiting for everyone to arrive got chatting to one of the organisers Sam " the grip nut", who showed me how to set a gripper properly and with proper chalk managed to close a C.O.C.  No. 2 gripper with both hands ( one hand at a time not both hands together  ) Sam did reps with a No.3  and then we got shown up proper by Mobster who did an easy dozen reps with the No. 3.  while saying " look no chalk" !!

    First time we've been to an event and it's good to watch live, better than on a telly.
    I think all the competitors should get a pat on the back for just turning up and trying as the events looked bloody hard and we were only watching.
    We spotted Terry Hollins down by the P.A. tent and managed to get our photo taken with him at the end ( thanks Sam ) and chat for a couple of minutes. He's a really chilled out nice bloke and fu*kin  HUGE in real life.  He said he'd just turned up to encourage a couple of the lads as he trains them and was trying to blend in and be  "inconspicuous"  ,  didn't work at all......sorry 
    The weather held off untill just after the  presentations so I think everyone had a good day, I know me and the wife did.    

    DEADLIFT..200k  x  5  
    SQUAT..150k  X 7 for 3 sets 
    BENCH...125 K X 5  for 3 sets 
      
    OVERHEAD PRESS..85K


    AVATAR  IS  Paul George.. NOT me... 
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 17:25:38 (permalink)
    Sam's not an organizer LOL. He's a grip nut like me and helped a little on the day (cheers for that) but had only come to watch. And it's Terry Holland - as always if the guys are approached nicely, aren't tired etc, then they'll 99/100 agree to have a photo done.

    And I did the 3 with either hand LOL. As for Terry et al being huge. I can spend most of the year feeling 'large and in charge' regardless of what my weight might be on a given day but when I either attend or am involved in these kind of events there's always some 360-440lbs lump who make me feel like I'm only half way there.... man oh man. 
    post edited by Mobster - 2009/07/19 17:27:58

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 18:33:25 (permalink)


    My  mistake, I thought Sam was an organiser as he seemed to know everyone.
    No. 3 both hands, now I'm even more embarressed  
    I know Kye slightly through work and he speaks highly of you. You do look pretty "large and in charge"  in the flesh, though as you say EVERYONE  looks small next to Terry Hollands, I felt like a skinny toddler and the wife who is only 5' 1'' looked like a little Elf........AAhh  Bless  

    Iv'e met  the  bloke then spelled his name wrong............  wot a tit !  sorry Terry.
    We should get out more often

    DEADLIFT..200k  x  5  
    SQUAT..150k  X 7 for 3 sets 
    BENCH...125 K X 5  for 3 sets 
      
    OVERHEAD PRESS..85K


    AVATAR  IS  Paul George.. NOT me... 
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/19 18:38:44 (permalink)
    No worries. Sam does know a fair few as he likes to be hands on as it were. As I say - a good lad.

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/20 10:24:42 (permalink)
    A very nice post - our pleasure.

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/20 11:17:03 (permalink)
    Well done to everyone, especially my occasional training partner Tom Metcalfe (3rd place).
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/20 12:47:17 (permalink)
    cheers wayne, the comp was really good even if it did take 6hours. good heavy novice show, with good equipment and great organisers/loaders. MC rob frampton was entertaining especially when he cracked out the michael jackson jokes over the microphone!
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/20 13:13:46 (permalink)
    Isn't he just. 4-6 hours is normal although even I, helping Mik, said the yoke adjustment was slowing things down more than I'd have liked. I wont (ok I will) mention being there at 8.30am and finally getting home after the first unload at 7.30pm and that's with help!!

     
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/20 13:51:16 (permalink)
    Big congratulations to Gemma
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    Re:Severn valley / Britain strongest woman wet weather events 2009/07/21 07:17:15 (permalink)

     
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