World Record Extravaganza — 2022 IPF World Classic Championships Results

The 2022 International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) World Classic Championships lasted from June 6-11, 2022, in Sun City, South Africa. The six-day contest saw IPF raw world records fall in the Women’s 47, 52, 57, 76, and +84-kilogram categories, and the Men’s 66, 83, 93, and +120-kilogram categories.

Tiffany Chapon and Heather Connor battled it out with IPF raw world record performances in the Women’s 47-kilogram class. Noémie Allabert won the Women’s 52-kilogram class with an IPF world record squat and total to best Pleun Dekkers’ IPF world record squat and Farid Farhanna’s IPF world record deadlift. Joy Nnamani eclipsed her IPF world record deadlift en route to gold in the Women’s 57-kilogram class, though Bobbie Butters hit a new IPF raw world record squat. Jessica Buettner broke the IPF raw squat and deadlift world records in the 76-kilogram class to tie Agata Sitko’s new IPF world record total and claim the gold for having a lesser bodyweight. Bonica Brown took the win in the +84-kilogram class with a new IPF world record squat and total.

Jonathan Garcia repped out an IPF raw squat world record in the Men’s 66-kilogram class, but it wasn’t enough to trounce the IPF total world record set by Eddie Berglund. Asein Enahoro finished with the bronze in the 83-kilogram class by broking the IPF raw deadlift world record twice. Chance Mitchell put on a show in the 93-kilogram class with IPF world records in the deadlift and total besting Jonathan Cayco, who scored the bronze with a new IPF raw bench press world record. Although Ilyas Boughalem hit an IPF bench press world record in the superheavyweight division, it was only strong enough for silver overall behind Jesus Olivares.

Check out the full results of the 2022 IPF World Classic Championships below:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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  1. 2022 IPF World Classic Championships — Women’s Results
    1. 47KG
    2. 52KG
    3. 57KG
    4. 63KG
    5. 69KG
    6. 76KG
    7. 84KG
    8. +84KG
  2. 2022 IPF World Classic Championships — Men’s Results
    1. 59KG
    2. 66KG
    3. 74KG
    4. 83KG
    5. 93KG
    6. 105KG
    7. 120KG
    8. +120KG

2022 IPF World Classic Championships — Women’s Results

Below are the results for the eight Women’s weight classes:

47KG

  1. Tiffany Chapon (FRA) — 426.5 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record
  2. Heather Connor (USA) — 397.5 kilograms
  3. Simone Lai (CAN) — 367.5 kilograms

52KG

  1. Noémie Allabert (FRA) — 438 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record
  2. Pleun Dekkers (NED) — 423.5 kilograms
  3. Stef Kean (CAN) — 422.5 kilograms

57KG

  1. Joy Nnamani (GBR) — 480.5 kilograms
  2. Jade Jacob (FRA) — 480 kilograms
  3. Bobbie Butters (GBR) — 478 kilograms

63KG

  1. Meghan Scanlon (USA) — 505 kilograms
  2. Chiara Bernardi (ITA) — 505 kilograms
  3. Iris Scholten (NED) — 505 kilograms

69KG

  1. Chandler Babb (ISV) — 535 kilograms
  2. Marte Kjenner (NOR) — 532.5 kilograms
  3. Ivana Horna (SVK) — 512.5 kilograms

76KG

  1. Jessica Buettner (CAN) — 585 kilograms
  2. Agata Sitko (POL) — 585 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record
  3. Kimberly Walford (ISV) — 542.5 kilograms

84KG

  1. Amanda Lawrence (USA) — 615 kilograms
  2. Kristin Thorhallsdottir (ISL) — 580 kilograms
  3. Danielle Philibert (CAN) — 540 kilograms

+84KG

  1. Bonica Brown (USA) — 668.5 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record
  2. Emelie Leach (SWE) — 647.5 kilograms
  3. Amelie Mierger (FRA) — 638 kilograms

 

 
 
 
 
 
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2022 IPF World Classic Championships — Men’s Results

Below are the results for the eight Men’s weight classes:

59KG

  1. Antoine Garcia (FRA) — 565 kilograms
  2. Takaharu Ebihara (JPN) — 555 kilograms
  3. Mehrdad Zafari (IRI) — 532.5 kilograms

66KG

  1. Eddie Berglund (SWE) — 710 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record
  2. Jonathan Garcia (USA) — 696 kilograms
  3. Kyota Ushiyama (JPN) — 685 kilograms

74KG

  1. Taylor Atwood (USA) — 790 kilograms
  2. Paul Rembauville (FRA) — 732.5 kilograms
  3. Joshua Wright (GER) — 730 kilograms

83KG

  1. Delaney Wallace (USA) — 802.5 kilograms
  2. Jurins Kengamu (GBR) — 787.5 kilograms
  3. Asein Enahoro (HUN) — 780 kilograms

93KG

  1. Chance Mitchell (USA) — 878.5 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record
  2. Emil Krastev (BUL) — 877.5 kilograms
  3. Jonathan Cayco (USA) — 873.5 kilograms

105KG

  1. Emil Norling (SWE) — 912.5 kilograms
  2. Michael Davis (USA) — 910 kilograms
  3. Abdul Majeed Sulayman (GBR) — 897.5 kilograms

120KG

  1. Mahamed Sahad (ALG) — 920 kilograms
  2. Enrique Lugo (USA) — 910 kilograms
  3. Carl Petter Sommerseth (NOR) — 890 kilograms

+120KG

  1. Jesus Olivares (USA) — 1,022.5 kilograms
  2. Ilyas Boughalem (ALG) — 951.5 kilograms
  3. Cenk Kocak (TUR) — 930 kilograms

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