The NGB recently voted to implement IPF weight classes at state level meets effective 1/1/2015.  (These weight classes are already in effect at National level meets)


State records will now reflect the new weight classes.  Unfortunately, the number of classes are being reduced for both men and women.  Some classes will essentially remain unchanged, however, there are a few classes that will be combined.  For example, the 165 lbs. (75.0 kg) and 181 lbs. (82.0 kg) classes will be combined and the higher lift will claim the record for the new class of 183 lbs. (83.0 kg).


If a lifter can prove that he or she was lighter than the new weight class and would like to claim the lighter record, please submit that claim via email with the documented proof to Jon Mouzon at

Important information regarding the setting of SC State records:


You must be a resident of South Carolina.  USA Powerlifting determines your residence based on your mailing address on your USA Powerlifting membership card.


You can set age division records even if you do not enter the age division or the age division is not offered at the meet  For example, a lifter who is of the age of master can set master records even if he is only registered in the open division.


You can set South Carolina State records at any meet sanctioned by USA Powerlifting, International Powerlifting Federation, or any of its member federations. 

SC State records can now be downloaded and printed from  Click image to print yours now!

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