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The Guam Weightlifting Federation Open was held today at Crossfit Chamorri in Tamuning where 12 female athletes across 3 divisions and 10 male athletes in the senior division competed in the Olympic style weightlifting event consisting of the snatch and the clean & jerk.

PRESS RELEASE – The Guam Weightlifting Federation Open was held today at Crossfit Chamorri in Tamuning where 12 female athletes across 3 divisions and 10 male athletes in the senior division competed in the Olympic style weightlifting event consisting of the snatch and the clean & jerk.

The results from today’s competition were determined by Sinclair Coefficients. The Sinclair Coefficients are a means to compare different weight classes in Olympic weightlifting. The total for each bodyweight category is a projection of the Total for that weightlifter if he/she were a competitor in the heaviest bodyweight category with the same level of ability.

Women

1st place- Jacinta Sumagaysay (score: 217.559)
2nd place- Allyn Garcia (score: 196.551)
3rd place- Armie Almazan (score 176.607)

Men

1st place- Julius Naranjo (score: 311.047)
2nd place- Harold Aranda (score: 290.530)
3rd place- Brandon Holm (score: 289.623)

The Guam Weightlifting Federation would like to thank all of the supporters who came out to cheer on the athletes, and would also like to thank the following sponsors and contributors: ERC Trading Co, Chamorri Crossfit, Custom Fitness, The Boka Box, IT&E, and the Sinajana Mayor’s Office.

Winners Julius Naranjo and Jacinta Sumagaysay take a celebratory photo.

Record setting accomplishment

Armie Almazan finished 3rd overall, but her goal was accomplished after setting a new record for the 69 kilo weight division in snatch after she dropped from the 75 kilo weight class. After breezing through the 60 and 63 kilo weights, Almazan needed to give her all to lift the 66 kilo overhead for the new record.

“I was hungry today,” said Almazan, both figuratively and literally. “I’ve never hit 66 in a competition so this was definitely the goal. Thank goodness my coach was here to get me warmed up for the lift, making sure I don’t warm up too early since I’m one of the last to lift.”

Armie Almazan accomplished her goal while setting a new record for her weight division. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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