Powerlifter Jessica Buettner (76KG) Sets 4 Canadian Records Plus 3 Unofficial IPF World Records at 2022 CPU Nationals
2021 International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) 76-kilogram World Champion Jessica Buettner proved that her successes in 2021 were no fluke by dominating at the 2022 Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU) Nationals.
On Friday, May 13, 2022, Buettner won the 76-kilogram Raw class by breaking four Canadian national records, including the Raw squat, bench press, deadlift, and Total. Here’s an overview of her knockout performance:
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Jessica Buettner at 2022 CPU Nationals
- Squat: 217.5 kilograms (479.5 pounds)
- Bench Press: 107.5 kilograms (237 pounds)
- Deadlift: 252.5 kilograms (556.7 pounds)
- Total: 577.5 kilograms (1,273.2 pounds)
Note: Buettner’s squat, deadlift, and Total are unofficial IPF Open Classic world records. Her bench press is a new Canadian national record.
Since this competition was only accessible domestically for Canadian powerlifters, Buettner’s squat, deadlift, and Total are ineligible to be considered valid IPF world records.
According to Open Powerlifting, Buettner has been competing since 2014. Before winning her first world championship in 2021, she placed second at the 2019 IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships. She had also won the Junior championship in her class in 2016 and 2018.
Buettner shared a video by White Lights Media that showed highlights of her day, which you can check out below:
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Buettner revealed on social media that her squat (performed in knee sleeves) was an improvement on her previous best in a meet by 7.5 kilograms. This was a significant milestone for Buettner, as she missed her third attempt of 218 kilograms (480.6 pounds) at the 2021 IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships.
The bench and deadlift were both 2.5-kilogram upgrades to her previous bests, and the Total was an upgrade by 14.5 kilograms. It was only on May 4, 2022, that Buettner deadlifted 250 kilograms for a double in preparation for this meet.
Prior to that, she had squatted an unofficial world record of 220 kilograms under the watchful eye of bodybuilding legend four-time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler.
Buettner now looks ahead toward defending her 76-kilogram IPF world title. She will compete in the 2022 IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships on the week of Jun. 6-12, 2022 in Sun City, South Africa.
Beyond that competition, Buettner’s bio on Instagram states that she is working towards achieving a 500-pound plus squat and 600-pound plus deadlift.Mira TambiénBlessing Awodibu Wins the 2022 Indy Pro Bodybuilding Show
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