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Come out to our pre-thanksgiving event and qualify for the 2015 USAPL Raw and Bench Nationals in Scranton, Pennsylvania

Book a hotel - We recommend the Hilton Scranton. This is just a few blocks away.

You can get a dive cheaper, this place is nice and is only $109 with our group discount.

Online Book Here - email (steve@purepowerlifting.com) if you don't see the room you need.

Call in reservation mention "Pure Powerlifting" for the discount.
Address: 100 Adams Ave, Scranton, PA 18503

Hitlon Scranton

Entry Deadline October 20th, 2014 (Late fee now applies)

Now accepting online registration here!!!
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or by mail @ Applications (doc) or Applications (pdf)


Stars and Stripes 2015

Nov. 22nd, 2014 - USAPL Stars and Stripes BP / DL Championships (PA-2014-07) - Steve Mann  Applications (doc)
Applications (pdf)



Enter Stars and Stripes Online Now


Stars and Stripes 2015
Event(s)
Division
Gender
Lifters Name - Wt Class
DOB - State (00/00/00-PA)
$3 Service Fee for online transactions will be applied as "shipping" during the checkout. No other mailed entry is required. There will be no refunds. You are accepting the guidelines of lifting in USA Powerlifting (Lifter’s Handbook) and with that you will adhere to all the standards of USA Powerlifting events (ie drug testing, equipment, etc.).
2nd Division
Event T-Shirt

Warning do not buy USAPL card for this event until November 1st!!!
All lifters must have a USA Powerlifting membership to lift in this event. You can save time and money by purchasing your membership on-line in advance of the event. Click here for your USAPL membership card. Membership cards purchased after November 1st are good for the rest of 2014 and until Dec. 31st, 2015.

2015 USAPL Bench Nationals goes live!!! (NS-2015-05)




Dalton Lacoe Pulls 501 pounds on his way to Junior (20-23) World Championship

PA's Dalton Lacoe wins second IPF World Title on Sept. 1st, 2014 in Hungary
Full Results Here
Dalton
Winning 501.5 LB Deadlift at 112 LB bodyweight