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The Greatest Sports Comeback Ever - Tiger Woods won the Masters at a rainy Augusta National on Sunday, completing what was arguably the greatest career comeback in the history of golf nearly 10 years after injuries and scandal derailed his game. Tiger Woods waves during the final round at the Masters, Sunday, April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) Tiger Woods won the Masters at a rainy Augusta National on Sunday, completing what was arguably the greatest career comeback in the history of golf nearly 10 years after injuries and scandal derailed his game. The golf legend walked up the 18th hole to the sound of roaring cheers to capture victory, a throwback to earlier years when he consistently dominated the most prestigious tournament in the sport. Woods shot a final round score of 70 to finish 13-under par. Sunday’s victory was his fifth green jacket since 1997 and his first since 2005. “When I tapped the [final] putt in, I don’t know what I did, but I know I screamed,” Woods, 43, said in Butler Cabin after the round. “To have my kids there, it’s come full circle. My dad was here in ’97, and now I’m the dad with two kids there.” Tiger Woods on the 12th hole during the final round of the Masters, Sunday, April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) Woods made history 22 years ago when he won his first Masters at age 21, the youngest champion ever. But until Sunday, he hadn’t won a major in more than 10 years, having last captured the U.S. Open in 2008. Woods’ 11-year drought between majors was tied for the longest drought ever. His victory at Augusta gives him 15 career major titles, just three behind all-time leader Jack Nicklaus.
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David Woolson winning his class (93 kg) at the 2018 USAPL raw nationals. 833 kg total Visit Davids channel (Brazos Valley Barbell) : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLoRtXJj89wzccKEqpg0uPA Follow us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strengthcentralofficial/
This is what I went through so you don't have to but if you don't have any other options...try finding another one before even actually thinking of this madness. I wouldn't recommend anyone try and learn it on their own, not because I wanna feel special but because you will waste a lot of time and get very very subpar results (at least I did). Learning Olympic Weightlifting shouldn't be a "challenge accepted" type of thing but rather and absolute last resort for those passionate about the sport but finding themselves in a situation where they don't have access to a coach or any professional or non professional who could help them. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kajs_hadzic/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NutritionKH/ Email: email@example.com My Tiger Fitness articles: https://bit.ly/2J9V7zF - why staying lean is a good idea https://bit.ly/2J65Pvq - gaining weight & muscle mass the right way https://bit.ly/2CbHr6C - Olympic Weightlifting Movements for Muscle Building My Infinite Elgintensity articles: https://bit.ly/2IUv7ZR - A Beginner's Guide to Fat Loss and Muscle Gain Diets
Monday (PL1-3) 2019 USA Powerlifting Collegiate Nationals - Columbus, OH
Presented by USA Powerlifting & Ohio State Powerlifting Club
Full Schedule - https://www.osupowerliftingclub.com/schedule
Roster - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/167qiHxsg48FAzJL1jmqzlXbggm7imo4FqMNF07MtI6A/edit#gid=1663179495
Platforms & Flights - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1K0NzhdplHeLf6FxegjfLDkzJNCTeCKoNfAp00Gpsgnk/edit#gid=0
Friday April 12th, 2019:
* 9:00 AM Session 1 (43-47 kg Women, 53-66 kg Men)
* 2:00 PM Session 2 (52 kg Women, 74 kg Men)
Saturday April 13th, 2019:
* 9:00 AM Session 3 (57-63 kg Women)
* 2:00 PM Session 4 (83 kg Men)
Sunday April 14th, 2019:
* 9:00 AM Session 5 (93 kg Men)
* 2:00 PM Session 6 (72 kg Women, 105 kg Men)
Monday April 15th, 2019:
* 9:00 AM Session 7 (84-84+kg Women, 120-120+kg Men)
USA Powerlifting – Who We Are
USA Powerlifting (formerly American Drug Free Powerlifting Association, Inc.) is the leading powerlifting organization in the United States. USA Powerlifting is a member of the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF), the governing body of powerlifting internationally. The IPF is comprised of member federations of 100+ countries on six continents.
USA Powerlifting, through its affiliation with the IPF, also sends a national team to participate in the World Games. The World Games is an international multi-sports event hosted by the International World Games Association (IWGA) that falls under the patronage of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The event consists of official sports and demonstration sports selected from those not included in the Olympic Games. The Games are held every fourth year, following the year of the Summer Olympics.
The Powerlifting Club at The Ohio State University was founded in 2012 by Victoria Liang. Starting out as “Buckeye Barbell Club,” the club changed its name in 2015 to “The Powerlifting Club at The Ohio State University” to avoid confusion with Olympic Weightlifting and CrossFit. The club's main goal is to grow the sport of powerlifting and cater to students, staff and faculty interested in the sport. The club sends teams to local, national and international powerlifting competitions representing The Ohio State University.
Since the club’s initiation in 2012, the club has grown in size from 10 members to nearly 100 members with half of the members actively competing in powerlifting meets at local, national and international levels. The club has been very successful in getting people interested in the sport and elevating its field to the highest level. Most recently, the team competed in College Station Texas where the men's got third and the women came in second place. Following this meet the women's team competed in the third ever IPF University World Championship meet and they took home second place! The teams vice president for 2018-19 took home a gold medal.