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Jennifer wins the 2011 USAPL Raw Powerlifting Nationals. She squatted 315 lbs., benched 293 lbs., deadlifted 419 lbs. making a 1027 lb. total and a 521 wilks. Each lift was an American Record. Team Carolina also took 1st place.
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Jennifer wins the 2011 USAPL Women's Powerlifting Nationals. She lifted a 402 lb. squat, 331 lb. bench (unofficial world record), 419 lb. deadlift, making a 1152 lb. total and New American Record.
Jennifer wins the 2011 USAPL Raw Arnold Challenge. She beats the all time wilks record with 501 points. 315 lb. squat, 264 bench and 409 deadlift.
Jennifer wins her fourth IPF World Bench Press Championship gold! She lifted a 325lb. bench to clinch the title on her third lift. The Championships took place in Killeen, Texas.
Jennifer lifts at the 2009 USAPL Bench Press Nationals in Clevelend, OH. She breaks the American Record with a lift of 325 lbs. See picture above
Jennifer lifts at the 2009 USAPL Raw Powerlifting Nationals in Charlottesville, VA. She sets all the female Raw American records with a squat of 292, bench of 281 and deadlift of 358lbs.
Jennifer lifts a 286lb raw bench press at the 2009 Arnold Classic. This is the all time pound for pound raw record for a female athlete.
Jennifer takes sixth place at the 2009 IPF World Powerlifting Championships with a squat of 380, bench press 315 and deadlift of 386.
Jennifer takes first at the 2008 USAPL Bench Press Nationals to be held in Charlotte, NC on August 30 & 31st.
Jennifer bench presses 285lbs. raw at the Y Community Bench Press Challenge featuring Bill Kazmaier as a special guest judge.
Jennifer lifts in the The Arnold Classic Titan Pro Bench Press Challenge and takes fifth place by wilks with an 308 lb. bench press.
Jennifer wins USAPL Women's Powerlifting Championships and will participate in the 2009 IPF World Powerlifting Championships in Newfoundland, Canada.
Jennifer takes second place at the 2007 I.P.F. World Bench Press Championships in the 148 lb. weight class with a lift of 308 lb. The USA women's team took first place.
After working out a few kinks, the web site is back in order. Here are some updates.
Going to I.P.F. World Bench Press Championships May 30th
Silver Medalist at USAPL Women's Powerlifting Nationals
Gave birth to Broden Aaron Thompson 7lb. 12oz.
Jennifer wins the 2009 USAPL National Bench Press Championships setting a new American Record of 325 lbs in the 132lb. weight class
Jennifer wins the 2009 USAPL Raw Powerlifting Nationals setting the highest raw bench press co-efficient in history of 2.2Xbodywieght
Jennifer takes third at The Arnold Classic bench pressing 286lbs. the best raw bench press of any female in history
Jennifer wins the USAPL Bench Press Nationals with a lift of 309 lbs.
Jennifer takes sixth place at the IPF World Powerlifting Championships, with a total 1086 lbs.
Jennifer takes Silver at the IPF World Bench Press Championships, with a lift of 308 lbs.
Jennifer takes Silver at the USAPL Women's Powerlifting Championships, with a total 1035 lbs.
Jennifer wins Gold at the USAPL Bench Press Nationals, with a World Record lift of 320lbs.
Jennifer wins Gold at the IPF World Bench Press Championships, just 5 months after having a baby.
Jennifer wins Gold at the IPF World Bench Press Championships.
Jennifer wins Gold at the IPF Bench Press Nationals, breaking the World Record twice with a final lift of 315lbs.
Jennifer wins the USAPL Bench Press Nationals with a World Record Bench of 292lbs.(click below for movie clip)
Jennifer benches 300lbs. for the first time at a local charity event.
Jennifer wins Gold at the IPF World Bench Press Championships, with a World Record Bench of 282lbs.
The first women in USA Powerlifting history to win a Bench Press World title.
Jennifer sets IPF World Bench Record, with a bench of 272lbs., at USAPL Women's Powerlifting Nationals.
Jennifer wins Silver at the IPF World Bench Press Championships, with a bench of 271lbs
Becomes the first Women in USA Powerlifting history to bench over double bodyweight.
Jennifer takes bronze at the IPF World Bench Press Championships just 6 months after starting powerlifting career
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1st Place 2006 World Bench Press Championships
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