Thursday, December 06, 2007

A few more details
I actually tied for first place but the South African lifter was 200gms lighter than me at the weigh in and therefore won.
It was a very tough day and I am absolutely exhausted and covered in bruises and lacerations. I have learnt so much in my first international competition and can't wait to get back home to put it all into practice and really nail my Elite qualification next year. The referees were much tougher on the technical rules than a National competition and many of the other girls bombed out on an entire lifts. My total was down quite a bit on what I was looking at but the reasons are varied and I won't go into the list of things I learnt yesterday. So I will leave you with some positive thoughts of my journey.
  • I have a killer bench and was 17.5kgs clear of the silver medalist
  • My squat is coming together and the final 115kg lift had plenty left - look out 2008
  • In the past 12 months my total PB has increased 30kgs.

My total was;

  • Squat 115kgs
  • Bench 70kgs
  • Deadlift 130kgs

Total 315kgs

8 comments:

Lia Halsall said...

You're living proof thats size doesn't matter Lisa. That's some serious weight. Congrats again. :o) xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Lisa,

This is STELLAR!!! You can be very proud of yourself. Enjoy the feeling of hard work coming to fruition, these are fantstic results.

Virginie from New Farm :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Lisa,

Sounds like you learnt alot and the experience will make you grow even more.

Awesome weights there, proud of you and I am sure you're ecstatic with yourself.

Just goes to show you that one of my favourite sayings is true:
"Whilst most are dreaming of success, winners wake up and work hard to achieve it".

YOU'RE A WINNER LISA!!!!!

Congratulations
Combat Girl

Dianna Broeren said...

Congratulations on your achievements! I look forward to seeing you achieve in 2008!
Cheers
Dianna

Lisa said...

Thanks all....be home tomorrow

Raechelle said...

Hi there! Very impressive...I just found your site through LIZ's blog...then I went to your myspace-love that you are 40-! That is so awesome.
I look forward to reading some more of your blogs! Cheers!

Nicholas said...

Lis, congratulations! Every competition you just seem to get betterand better. I'd love to see some video footage. By the way how did the guys go (mens 67 and 75kg class)?

Nic

Lisa said...

Nic,

I will get the results of the mens and e-mail them to you. I have video footage and will drop that onto youtube this week.

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