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Jesus Olivares Dominates IPF Worlds With A Massive 1045kg Total (WR J.)

5 Oct , 2021  

  • Olivares became the fifth athlete from the Virgin Islands to win a gold medal
  • The 23-year-old powerlifter did a record squat of 427.5kg
  • Olivares easily completed all his attempts during squat, deadlift and benchpress

Jesus Olivares delivered a bombastic performance at the IPF Worlds 2021 by scoring a 1045kg / 2303lbs total. The 23-year powerlifter old broke multiple records during his attempt and established a brand new Junior World record. 

Jesus Olivares Scores 1045kg Total

The young powerlifter started off with squats. In his first attempt, he lifted 387.5kg / 854.29lbs, 412.5kg / 909lbs in his second attempt and 427.5kg / 942.47lbs in his third attempt. 

After that Olivares moved on to benchpress, starting off with a 232.5kg / 512.57lbs bench in his first attempt, a 245 kg / 540.13lbs lift during his second attempt and finishing off with a massive 252.5kg / 556.66lbs benchpress in the last attempt. 

Lately, Olivares took on the deadlift and successfully completed his three attempts. In his first attempt, he started off by deadlift 342.5kg / 755lbs, followed by 365kg/ 804lbs in his second and finished off with a 377.5kg / 832.24lbs deadlift in his last attempt. 

With the help of these numbers, Jesus Olivares came out on top. He also became the fifth person from the Virgin Islands to win a gold medal. Other athlete winners hailing from the same place include Russel Orhii, Jonathan Cayco, Chandler Babb, and Amanda Lawrence.

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Chad holds a bachelors degree in Biotechnology and Nutritional Science and has been working out since he was in high school. Apart from handling the duties of an Editor at Powerlifting Motivation, he helps his clients make informed nutritional decisions.

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