Kenai Peninsula Powerlifting Challenge 2015

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Soldotna High School student and 2014 national powerlifting national champion Robin Johnson squat-lifts 317 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. This June, Johnson will compete at the Powerlifting World Championship in Salo, Finland.
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Adam Carson squat-lifts 383 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. Carson serves in the Army and is stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. He traveled to Kenai to compete in the challenge.
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Nick Conner does a squat-lift during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. Conner placed third among adult male competitors.
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Danny Autrey lifts 601 pounds in a squat during the Kenai Powerlifting meet on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High school. Autry took first place in men's competition at the meet.
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Alyssa Herr bench-presses during the Kenai Powerlifting meet on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High school. Herr placed third among female high school competitors.
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Daniel Evans bench-presses 220 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting meet on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High school.
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Kenai Central High School Student Kelsey Booth prepares to dead-lift during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School.
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Kenai Central High School Student Kelsey Booth dead-lifts 251 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. Booth said the dead-lift is her favorite powerlifting event. "The boom (of putting down the weight) is the sickest sound in the world," she said.
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Darcy Blume dead-lifts 294 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. Bloom, at age 14, was the event's youngest competitor.
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Renee Rybak dead-lifts 317 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. Rybak, the event's oldest competitor, placed third in the adult female class.
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Soldotna High School student and 2014 national powerlifting national champion Robin Johnson prepares to dead-lift 411 pounds during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. This June, Johnson will compete at the Powerlifting World Championship in Salo, Finland.
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Nick Conner dead-lifts during the Kenai Powerlifting Challenge on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School. Conner placed third among adult male competitors.
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Danny Autrey makes a 701 pound dead-lift, a personal record and the competition's heaviest lift, during the Kenai Powerlifting Challeng on Saturday, April 11 at Kenai Central High School.
 

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