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All Hardcore Powerlifting Records & Rankings For The Men’s 300 Pound Division


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The Competition Squat
The Weight Must Be Walked Out and The Lifter Must Demonstrate Control Over The Burden.
The Athlete Will Receive a “Start” Command and Then They Will Squat Down Until They Break Parallel (When The Hip Joint Is Lower Than The Top Of The Knee.)
The Athlete Will Then Return To The Fully Standing Position Where They’ll Receive a “Rack” Command.
From “Start” to “Rack” The Spotter/Loaders Will Not Come in Contact With The Athlete or With The Barbell / Weights.


^^^ Watch Nick Heppner Raw Squat 675 Pounds At 294.8 Pounds Body Weight ^^^

Men’s 276 – 300.9 Pounds Body Weight Division

# 1 Nick Heppner (USA) 675 Pound Squat @ 294.8 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 2 Steve Fittinger (USA) 600 Pound Squat @ 287.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 3 Bob Moyer (USA) 595 Pound Squat @ 290.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 4 Grant Smith (USA) 500 Pound Squat @ 282.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Bellevue, WA)

The Competition Benchpress
“Start”, “Press” and “Rack” Commands
The Bencher Must Begin With Their Arms Fully Locked Out (no soft hand offs)
The Bar Must Come To A Complete Stop On The Athlete’s Chest
The Bencher Must Finish With Their Arms Fully Locked Out

Men’s 276 – 300.9 Pounds Body Weight Division

# 1 “Big Al” Davis (USA) 635 Pound Benchpress @ 296 Pounds Body Weight (2010, Dallas, TX)

# 2 “Big Al” Davis (USA) 605 Pound Benchpress @ 280 Pounds Body Weight (2007, Las Vegas, NV)

# 3 “Big Al” Davis (USA) 605 Pound Benchpress @ 291 Pounds Body Weight (2007, Dallas, TX)

# 4 Ben Graves (USA) 580 Pound Benchpress @ 279 Pounds Body Weight (2007, Dallas, TX)

# 5 Collin Rhodes (USA) 575 Pound Benchpress @ 295.6 Pounds Body Weight (2010, Dallas, TX)

# 6 James Strickland (USA) 573.2 Pound Benchpress @ 278.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Houston, TX)

# 7 “Big Al” Davis (USA) 560 Pound Benchpress @ 282 Pounds Body Weight (2009, Dallas, TX)

# 8 Holger Kuttroff (Germany) 550 Pound Benchpress @ 300 Pounds Body Weight (2007, Las Vegas, NV)

# 9 Robert Hall (USA) 529.1 Pound Benchpress @ 295.4 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Houston, TX)

# 10 David “Big Dirty” Schachterle (USA) 525 Pound Benchpress @ 284.6 Pounds Body Weight (2014, Houston, TX)

# 11 Edward McKinnis (USA) 500.5 Pound Benchpress @ 297.8 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Houston, TX)

# 12 Nick Heppner (USA) 490 Pound Benchpress @ 294.8 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 13 Jeff Pearson (USA) 440 Pound Benchpress @ 290 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Tacoma, WA)

# 14 Ryan Bracewell (USA) 429.9 Pound Benchpress @ 278.8 Pounds Body Weight (2016, Houston, TX)

# 15 Ryan Bracewell (USA) 425 Pound Benchpress @ 292 Pounds Body Weight (2011, Dallas, TX)

# 16 Tino Czeranowski (Germany) 415 Pound Benchpress @ 289.2 Pounds Body Weight (2010, Dallas, TX)

# 17 Bob Moyer (USA) 405 Pound Benchpress @ 290.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 18 James Venette (USA) 402.3 Pound Benchpress @ 293.6 Pounds Body Weight (2016, Houston, TX)

# 19 Grant Smith (USA) 400 Pound Benchpress @ 290 Pounds Body Weight (2016, Bellevue, WA)

# 20 Grant Smith (USA) 350 Pound Benchpress @ 282.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Bellevue, WA)

# 21 Steve Fittinger (USA) 350 Pound Benchpress @ 287.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

The Competition Deadlift
Conventional and Sumo Stances Are Both Legal.
Hitching The Barbell Up The Legs is Not Allowed.
Once The Barbell Begins Its Ascent, It Must Continue to Rise Until The Lift Is Fully Locked Out With The Athlete Standing Fully Upright.
The Competitor Will Receive a “Down” Command Once They’ve Achieved A Complete Lockout.
The Athlete Must Keep Their Hands Wrapped Around The Barbell Until It Is Returned To The Floor.

Men’s 276 – 300.0 Pounds Body Weight Division

# 1 Robert LaRon Toatley (USA) 800 Pound Deadlift @ 289.6 Pounds Body Weight (2011, Dallas, TX)

# 2 Ryan Bracewell (USA) 800 Pound Deadlift @ 292 Pounds Body Weight (2011, Dallas, TX)

# 3 Edward McKinnis (USA) 782.6 Pound Deadlift @ 297.8 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Houston, TX)

# 4 Brian Jones (USA) 775 Pound Deadlift @ 299.6 Pounds Body Weight (2011, Dallas, TX)

# 5 Ryan Bracewell (USA) 766.1 Pound Deadlift @ 278.8 Pounds Body Weight (2016, Houston, TX)

# 6 Robert Hall (USA) 755.1 Pound Deadlift @ 295.4 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Houston, TX)

# 7 Bob Moyer (USA) 700 Pound Deadlift @ 290.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 8 Jon Drummond (USA) 700 Pound Deadlift @ 299.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Houston, TX)

# 9 Steve Fittinger (USA) 650 Pound Deadlift @ 287.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 10 Tino Czeranowski (Germany) 650 Pound Deadlift @ 289.2 Pounds Body Weight (2010, Dallas, TX)

# 11 Jeff Pearson (USA) 650 Pound Deadlift @ 290 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Tacoma, WA)

# 12 Nick Heppner (USA) 550 Pound Deadlift @ 294.8 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 13 Grant Smith (USA) 510 Pound Deadlift @ 290 Pounds Body Weight (2016, Bellevue, WA)

# 14 Grant Smith (USA) 500 Pound Deadlift @ 282.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Bellevue, WA)

# 15 Billy Pierce (USA) 500 Pound Deadlift @ 288 Pounds Body Weight (2010, Dallas, TX)

The Competition Powerlifting Total
(Raw Squat + Raw Benchpress + Raw Deadlift = Total)

Men’s 276 – 300.9 Pounds Body Weight Division

# 1 Nick Heppner (USA) 1,715 Pound Total @ 294.8 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 2 Bob Moyer (USA) 1,700 Pound Total @ 290.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 3 Steve Fittinger (USA) 1,600 Pound Total @ 287.2 Pounds Body Weight (2013, Newport, OR)

# 4 Grant Smith (USA) 1,350 Pound Total @ 282.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Bellevue, WA)

The Competition Overhead Push Jerk Press
The Athlete Must Take The Bar Out Of The Squat Rack At Upper Chest / Lower Neck Height.
Once They’ve Demonstrated Control Over The Weight, They Will Get A “Start” Command.
At That Point, They Can Use Whatever Method They Choose To Press The Barbell Overhead.
Once The Competitor Has Gotten Their Arms Fully Locked Out and Directly Overhead And They’ve Gotten Their Legs Fully Straightened Out And In The Neutral Position, They Will Receive The “Down” Command.
At That Point, The Athlete Can Either Return The Bar To The Squat Rack (Preferred) Or Carefully Drop The Barbell To The Platform.

Men’s 276 – 300.9 Pounds Body Weight Division

# 1 Grant Smith (USA) 340 Pound Overhead Push Press @ 282.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Bellevue, WA)

# 2 Jeff Pearson (USA) 320 Pound Overhead Push Press @ 290 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Tacoma, WA)

The Competition Four Lift Total
(Raw Squat + Raw Benchpress + Raw Deadlift + Raw Overhead Push Press = 4 Lift Total)

Men’s 276 – 300.9 Pounds Body Weight Division

# 1 Grant Smith (USA) 1,690 Pound Four Lift Total @ 282.2 Pounds Body Weight (2015, Bellevue, WA)

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