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madcapIconEntering a BWLA Comp22-05-2007 @ 12:46 
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Squat rack hog
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SQ 217.5, BP 145, DL 260
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Post Edited: 22.05.2007 @ 12:52 PM
just a quick question, what do the M numbers mean here: http://www.british-barbell.co.uk/britishpowerlifting/Unequippe...

worked it out. nevermind lol
HaydenIcon...22-05-2007 @ 12:49 
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memories , like the corners of my mind ....
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Im guessing 'masters' maybe?? Not 100% tho
RobIcon...22-05-2007 @ 14:05 
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Yep.
BoarIconEntering a BWLA Comp22-05-2007 @ 17:46 
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I can't believe you've done this.
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Post Edited: 22.05.2007 @ 17:46 PM
masters

edit: i cant believe toadfish is still in neighbours
brynevansIcon...23-05-2007 @ 11:04 
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Scotbasher - forever
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Yes M1 is masters 1 which is 40-49 M2 is 50 to 59 M3 60to 69 theres even M4
You can still lift as a senior if you are in an age cat. you qualify as M1 in the year of your 40th bithday so you can lift at 39!
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