Success for Mid-Ulster competitors

Mark Robinson competed at the WDFPF European Championships with great success achieving a 1st place with a 200kg squat, 110kg bench press and a 230kgs deadlift at a bodyweight of 90kgs. Mark only began powerlifting two years ago at Aarons Gym Magherafelt and is now a European Champion. Mark's training will continue this year with the view of competing in the World Championships in Moldova. Also pictured is Gym owner Aaron McGonigle.

Mark Robinson competed at the WDFPF European Championships with great success achieving a 1st place with a 200kg squat, 110kg bench press and a 230kgs deadlift at a bodyweight of 90kgs. Mark only began powerlifting two years ago at Aarons Gym Magherafelt and is now a European Champion. Mark's training will continue this year with the view of competing in the World Championships in Moldova. Also pictured is Gym owner Aaron McGonigle.

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Mark Robinson last week competed at the WDFPF European Championships with great success, achieving a first place with a 200kg squat, 110kg bench press and

a 230kgs deadlift at a bodyweight of 90kgs.

Mark only began powerlifting

two years ago at Aarons Gym Magherafelt and is now a European Champion. His training will continue with the view of competing in the world championship in Moldova.

Powerlifter & Strongman Competitor Vaidotas Siurna competed at the Irish Strength Associations Expo in Bangor where he gained two 1st place awards with a 190Kg bench press and a 285Kgs deadlift.

Vaidotas made his Strongman debut in Dublin at theViking Cup, and is training for the N.Ireland’s Strongest Man Competition on the 31st of May in Knockloughrim.

And first time bodybuilding competitor Emma Quinn gained an impressive sixth place at the Ulster Hall NABBA competition in Belfast, Emma competed against the some of the most experienced in the business ; watch this space!