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About the Contest

It's time to find the 2022 Strongest Athletes and Schools in the U.S.A.!

Competition Rules and Regulations


​Male: 119 | 129 | 139 | 154 | 169 | 183 | 199 | 219 | 238 | +238
Female: 101 | 110 | 119 | 129 | 139 | 154 | 169 | 183 | 199 | +199


Bench | Back squat | Clean ( full or power)


1. Upload 3 videos displaying your best bench, squat, and clean. 

2. Fill out the required information below

3. Ensure your mailing address is correct


1. All athletes must submit 1 video showcasing their best bench, squat and clean.

2. Each video must include the athlete weighing in on a scale with the weight clearly visible following the completion of each lift.

3. Squat and bench will be judged based on the rules set by USA Powerlifting.

4. Clean will be judged based on the rules set by USA Weightlifting

5. Athletes between the ages of 13 and 18 may participate 

6. Home-schooled and international school US athletes may participate 


1. Upon request athletes will have to submit high school attendance verification to suzy.sanchez@usaweightlifting.org

2. Bench shirts and squat suits are prohibited

3. Pulling straps are not allowed

4. Videos that do not include a weight check are not allowed

5. Excessive weight cutting methods are not endorsed or allowed

6. Knee sleeves and knee wraps are allowed

7. Belts are allowed 

8. In the case of a tie the athlete that posted their video submission first will be awarded


Top 3 schools:

Club banner

Top school:

(1) rogue men's or women's barbell


Weight class champions:


(1) pair Nike WL shoes

(1) year USAW membership

(1) T shirt


Evelyn Feusi USAW High School Throwdown- Syosset High School

Evelyn Feusi


Highschool Throwdown

Hagop Marmarian


Jack LaBianca

Jack LaBianca


Natalie Hume Yelm highschool

Natalie Hume


Mason Embrey Yelm

Mason Embrey


Ray Wright Yelm

Ray Wright


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