Local lifters recently excel at Crain's Muscle World meet in Shawnee
Several national records were set and numerous first-pace efforts were established by local lifters at the recent USPF Red River Open Bench Press and Deadlift Championships held at Crain's Muscle World in Shawnee.
Tristen Lee, Tanya Childress, Misty Bone-Rendleman, Jessica Davis, Kimberly Thompson and Mickey Sehorn posted national records while Brian Lee also registered a first-place finish.
Tristen Lee, in the 13-15 year-old division and 114-pound class, had national record lifts in the junior bench press (80 pounds) and junior deadlift (225).
In the women's 123-pound class, Childress was first in the masters (55-59 years old) bench press (70 pounds) and deadlift (220) which were also national records.
Bone-Rendleman nabbed national records in the women's 132-pound weight class of the masters division (45-49 years old) bench press (140 pounds) and deadlift (315 pounds).
In the 165-pound women's class, Davis set national records in the masters (40-44 years old) bench press (130 pounds, first place for age group) and deadlift (230, second place for age group).
Thompson posted second-place finishes in masters (55-59) bench press (75 pounds) and deadlift (170) which were national records for the age group.
In the 181-pound men's masters class (40-44 age group), Brian Lee took first in the bench press (235 pounds) and second in the deadlift (400).
In that same division, Sehorn (65-69 age group) took second in the bench press (200 pounds, national record for age group) and third in the deadlift (375 pounds, national record in age group).