Noémie Allabert (52KG) Wins 2022 IPF World Classic Championships, Pleun Dekkers and Farhanna Farid Score IPF Raw World Records

Three more IPF world records fall in Sun City, South Africa

The 2022 International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) World Classic Championships in Sun City, South Africa have been a non-stop spectacle of world records going to the slaughter. With a day left in the competition, new IPF raw world records have been hit in the Women’s 47-kilogram, 52-kilogram, 57-kilogram, and 76-kilogram classes, and in the Men’s 66-kilogram, 83-kilogram, and 93-kilogram classes.

Three IPF raw world records were scored in the Women’s 52-kilogram category, including a new IPF raw world record total of 438 kilograms (965.6 pounds) to win the gold for Noémie Allabert of France. The silver medal was awarded to Pleun Dekkers of the Netherlands, who scored an IPF raw squat world record of 168.5 kilograms (371.5 pounds). While Farhanna Farid of Singapore finished in seventh place overall via a 398-kilogram (877.4-pound) total, she left Sun City with an IPF raw deadlift world record of 200.5 kilograms (442 pounds).

2022 IPF World Classic Championships Results — Women’s 52-Kilograms

  1. Noémie Allabert (FRA) — 438 kilograms (965.6 pounds) — IPF Raw World Record
  2. Pleun Dekkers (NED) — 423.5 kilograms (933.7 pounds)
  3. Stef Kean (CAN) — 422.5 kilograms (931.5 pounds)

Check out Dekkers’ new IPF raw squat world record in the video below, courtesy of the IPF’s Instagram page. The lift is 11 kilograms more than the previous world record scored by Allabert at the 2021 IPF World Classic Championships.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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[Related: Bobbie Butters, Donna Berglund, and Joy Nnamani (57KG) Each Hit an IPF Raw World Record at 2022 IPF World Classic Championships]

After a 132.5-kilogram (292.1-pound) squat and a 65-kilogram (143.3-pound) bench press, Farid was well out of podium contention by the time athletes were ready to deadlift. However, it appeared Farid knew full well she was capable of claiming the IPF raw deadlift world record as she called for 197 kilograms (434.3 pounds) on the barbell — 1.5 kilograms over Joy Nnamani‘s previous world record — for her second attempt. Farid locked that out successfully and then upped the ante again on her third attempt.

With more than 200 kilograms on the barbell, Farid stepped onto the lifting platform, locked out the weight, and got the down signal from the judge, setting the IPF raw deadlift world record for the second time in one event. Check out that lift in the video below:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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[Related: Asein Enahoro (83KG) Deadlifts IPF Raw World Record of 362.5 Kilograms (799.2 Pounds) At 2022 IPF World Classic Championships]

The 2022 IPF World Classic Championships will conclude on June 11, 2022.

Featured image: @theipf on Instagram