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									                      100% RAW POWERLIFTING FEDERATION
                          2005 WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAPMIONSHIPS
OVERALL
148                 SQ      BP    DL    TOTAL
N. Abruzzio         315     295   490   1100
L. Smith            305     255   475   1035
M. Bates            285     235   405   925
D. Priddy           325     185   410   920
J. Fisher           135     225   245   605
D. Wofford          185     140   245   570
K. Ferrelli         135     155   225   515
D. Wilson           -       -     -     -
165
M. Ticknor          315     250   550   1115
L. Bruff            365     265   455   1085
M. Wicker           280     270   415   965
A. Green            195     140   300   635
M. Torrez           -       -     -     -
181
D. Parrish          455     300   500   1255 BL
G. Marrow           350     270   505   1125
R. Barth            390     270   455   1115
M. Franklin         335     300   450   1085
D. Nelson           315     265   475   1055
J. Moore            375     250   425   1050
J. Wilson           300     250   405   955
J. Marrow           315     255   340   910
B. Pattrick         225     145   300   670
M. Omokaiye 190     170     220   580
B. Ressinger 165    120     205   490
198
K. Webber           465     300   525   1290
K. Carlson          415     250   485   1150
G. Lindsey          405     280   455   1140
M. Ellison          400     250   425   1075
C. Harmon           330     250   455   1035
J. Peachey          330     260   410   1000
E. Thayer           300     290   375   965
T. Whitted    250   240     410   900

220
C. Whichtl          460     350   600 1410
W. Leonard 510      325     525   1360
K. Houlroyd 400     300     485   1185
K. Cole             390     310   475 1175
B. Jones            420     330   315  1065

242
T. Manning           600    425     650   1675
S. Miller            550    385     600   1535
L. Corbin            520    365     580   1465
B. Beekly            500    350     555   1405
S. Jones             465    320     500   1285
M. Yartin            385    265     425   1075
T. Burns             -
275
D. Wheel             525    400     700   1625
M. Golden            500    375     600   1475
T. Perkins           535    315     490   1340
G. Marrow            405    350     425   1180
J. Spruill           350    350     275   975
308
P. Green             515    340     580   1435
K. Lightner          430    385     525   1340
W. Marrow            385    335     530   1250
C. White             450    355     450   1235
                                          S. Mitchell         405   355   475   1235

SHW
N. Minneti           800    510     790   2100 BL
B. Moore             685    520     770   1975
N. Barnes            475    375     550   1400
B. Simmons           455    315     550   1320
L. Marrow            300    195     300   785
V. McDaniiel         -      -       -     -
Women
123 (40-44)          D. Wofford           185    140    245   570 BL

165 (30-34)          A. Green             195    140    300   635

181 (16-17)          B. Patrick           225    145    300   670

181 (45-49)          M. Omokaiye          190    170    220   580

181 (police/Fire)    B. Ressinger         165    120    205   490
198 (20-24)          A. Marrow            250    190    320   760
SHW (40-44)          L Marrow             300    195    300   795
MEN
(14-15)
181    J. Marrow            315     255   340    910
(16-17)
275 T. Perkins              535     315   490    1340
308    S. Mitchell          405     355   475    1235
(18-19)
114   K. Ferrelli    135   155   225   515
148   D. Priddy      325   185   410   920
      J. Fisher      135   225   245   605
181   G. Marrow      350   270   505   1125
198   K. Carlson     415   250   485   1150
      C. Harmon      330   250   455   1035
      J. Peachey     330   260   410   1000
308   C. White       450   330   455   1235
220   K. Houlroyd    400   300   485   1185
      K. Cole        390   310   475   1175
242   T. Manning     600   425   650   1675 BL
Junior
148    L. Smith      305   255   475   1035
       M. Bates      285   235   405   925
165   L. Bruff       365   265   455   1085
181   M. Franklin    335   300   450   1085
      D. Nelson      315   265   475   1055
      J. Wilson      300   250   405   955
220   C. Whichtl     460   350   600   1410BL
242   M. Yartin      385   265   425   1075
275   J. Spruill     350   350   275   975
SHW N. Barnes        475   375   550   1400
    B. Simmons       455   315   550   1320
Submaster
181 D. Parrish       455   300   500   1255 BL
198   K. Webber      465   300   525   1290
      M. Ellison     400   250   425   1075
242   T. Burns       -
275   M. Golden      500   375   600   1475
(40-44)
148    N. Abruzzio   315   295   490   1100
       D. Wilson     -     -     -     -
220   W. Leonard     510   325   525   1360BL
      B. Jones       420   330   315   1065
275   G. Marrow      405   350   425   1180
308    P. Green            515   340   580   1435
       W. Marrow           385   335   530   1250
SHW B Moore                685   520   770   1975
    V. McDaniel            -     -     -     -
(45-49)
165    M. Wicker           280   270   415   965
181    R. Brath            390   270   455   1115
198    G. Lindsey          405   280   455   1140
       T. Whitted          250   240   410   900
242    L. Corbin           520   365   580    1465
                                       B. Beekly       500   350   555   1405
(50-54)
198 E. Thayer              300   290   375   985BL
(55-59)
165     M. Torrez          -     -     -     -
(Open)
148    D. Wilson           -     -     -     -

M. Ticknor           315   250   550   1115 BL

       L. Bruff            365   265   455   1085

181    D. Parrish          455   300   500   1255
       J. Moore            365   250   425   1050

198    K. Webber           465   300   525   1290
       J. Peachey          330   260   410   1000

220    W. Leonard          510   325   525   1360

242    S. Miller           550   385   600   1535 BL
       J. Jones            465   320   500   1285
275    D. Wheel            525   400   700   1625
       T. Perkins          535   315   490   1340

308    N. Minneti          800   510   790   2100
       B. Moore            685   520   770   1975

(Police/Fire)
181 J. Moore               375   250   425   1050 BL

308    K. Lightner         430   385   525   1340
World Championship Belt Lightweight – Doug Parrish

World Championship Belt Heavyweight – Nick Minneti


This meet was a big success with tremendous competition and huge numbers for the 1 day meet. Our
Federation made history with Big Nick Minneti hitting a 2100lb TOTAL RAW & DRUG FREE. He was pushed
every step of the way with the 1 and only Beau Moore on his heals. This meet saw many records broken in all
lifts and all weight classes.

We had competitors from Massachusetts to Florida. We tested 20 lifters which is over 20% of the meet. The
World Bench meet had 25 lifters tested and all were clean and we are hoping we had the same results with this
meet. Over the past few years we always seemed to find a few lifters test positive for banned substances but I
think the word has spread that we test and the druggies are staying home.

I wanted to say a big thank you to our Judges and spotters. The Judges were Ed Brooks, William Hawkins,
Donnie Kieffer, Dave Lhota, Mathew Wilson, Keith Payne, James Lopes. And the spotters were Keith Groves,
Andrew Smith, Matt Wilson, Shawn Lyte, Ray Berry, Gene Berry, Ronnie Biggs, Daniel Biggs.

Thank you to our wonderful platform managers Charlie Barley and Jeremy Wright for their 1st class job making
this meet run so smooth.

Thank you to the wonderful table help of Sabrina Lhota, Dianne Perry, Cheri Grant and Shawn Lyte.

I would like to thank Gary Couch for his expertise as an EMT in helping with 2 of our lifters who were injured.
The doctors at the hospital said Gary made a very good split that helped relieve any further injury or pain.

I feel confident that we might have a front cover to powerlifting USA magazine with Nick's 2100lb total. I do not
want to over shadow anyone because there were so many quality lifters at this meet each winner deserved the
title of a true World Champion.

The 2005 100% RAW Worlds was not only about three times the size of the 2004 worlds, but the quality of
lifting has sky rocketed. I am already looking forward to seeing who is tough enough to hold onto their titles for
2006. As always Paul Bossi offered huge awards, best lifter plaques in every category, and world champion
belts to the top two overall lifters. The meet had a multitude of divisions, but in the interest of the all important
question...who is the best of the best, I want to write about the top three overall lifters (regardless of division) in
the weight classes from 148 to SHW.

At 148, teen lifter Drew Priddy hit a 325 squat to take the lead after the squats, but fell behind the pack after
the bench press. Master lifter Nick Abruzzio from Georgia would lift a little more in all three events then Larry
Smith of South Carolina to win his first world title. Larry would finish in second, and Mike Bates would finish in
third. At 165 Lucas Buff of North Carolina would lead after the bench press by a solid sixty five pounds, but
found himself in second as Michael Ticknor of South Carolina hauled a huge 550 dead-lift to win his first World
Title. Michael Wicker would finish in third.

Doug Parrish had a sixty five pound lead after the squats, and continued to extend it as he totaled 1255 to win
the 181 world title for North Carolina, and become the only lifter to win back to back world titles as well as the
World Lightweight Belt and the Best Lifter Submaster Award. Robert Barth was in second, but a forty pound
lead vanished after the dead lifts leaving him in third behind Gary Lindsey who moved up to second. 2005
(165) World champ Jack Moore looked strong as he moved up a weight class and won the best lifter
police/Fire, and could be a serious contender in 06.
In the 198 class Kevin Webber was best in all three lifts to capture the World title, followed by Kurt Carlson who
needed his 485 deadlift to jump Gary Lindsey into second. Gary finished in third by ten pounds.

Woody Leonard won the best lifter master award, but saw a twenty five pond lead evaporate as Chris Whichtl
pulled a six hundred pound dead-lift for the 220 title as well as the best lifter junior award. Gary ended up in
second, and young Kevin Houlroyd would finish third.

At 242 the future has arrived as Nineteen year old Trey Manning totaled 1675 to not only become the only teen
to win a world title, but his total was higher then anyone in the next two weight classes!!! Oh yeah, he also won
the best lifter teen award. Sean Miller from Massachusetts used a 1535 total to easily finish in second over
Lynn Corbin.

Mike Golden the East Carolina Strength Coach lifted well, and kept Danny Wheel in sight until Danny pulled a
700 pound deadlift to win the 275 world title. Mike finished second and Terry Perkins finished in third. Patrick
Green lifted consistently, which lead him to a the 308 world title over Keith Lightner from Pennsylvania. Corey
White held a twenty pound lead over Sonny Mitchell for the third spot, but William Marrow pulled a 530 dead-lift
to come from sixty pounds behind and fifth place to a third place finish by a mere five pounds over Corey and
Sonny who both totaled 1235.

Paul Bossi called me up weeks ago to tell me in the heavy weight class Nick Minneti was finally going to have
a challenge. Nick simply owns this class, but from Florida we had first time RAW lifter, lifting legend Beau
Moore. Beau hit a 685 opener in the squat, but no more. Nick hit 725, 775, and finished with 800. Beau hit
his opener 520 bench, but again no more. Nick would hit three benches to end at 510. Nick had a comfortable
105 pound lead, and a 790 Deadlift closed the book and win a world title for Virginia, and the world heavy
weight belt. Nate Barnes would end in third.

For the women it was Doreen Wofford who total 570 at 123 who was the top lifter. In the team division the
mixed team division was won by Project Lift from Henderson, NC, the Open Team by the Florida Raw Dogs,
and the Mixed Men’s Team by the Pirate Factory.

Thank you to all the fine lifters, spotters, and crew, for another fantastic meet.

								
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