The 3-Rep Trap Bar Deadlift 2021 Open ran from to April 21–28 and featured athletes competing to complete all 3 reps within 10 seconds without resting at the top or bottom.
The competitors stepped it up a notch yet again, with record participation beyond our expectations. Competition was tight, and right down to the wire.
Here are some of the highlights:
We had some intense competition in the Living Donors: Women category. Mimi Mahon started out strong with efforts of 315 lbs. and 325 lbs., but Darlene Magsino then pushed to the lead with 330 lbs. In the end Mimi, who has placed in all three previous Open competitions, including two first place performances, racked up 335 lbs. to seal the deal.
Our own Garet Hil took the Living Donors: Men category, achieving an amazing 510 lbs. with his second video submission.
Angela Bognanno of Massachusetts blew away her competition in the General: Women category with a solid 385 lbs. Great job, Angela!
Shaphen Robinson, who was referred by fellow winner Mimi Mahon, put up an incredible 600 lbs. to take the win in the General: Men category and post the highest number for the entire event.
We were thrilled to have four transplant recipients join the competition; two in each gender category. Congratulations to the winners: Samantha Hil, who took the Transplant Recipient: Women category with a weight of 220 lbs. and Nicholas Cesarini, who won the men’s category with 305 lbs.
To view all submitted workouts (sample and full competition workouts) for the 3-Rep Trap Bar Deadlift 2021 Open, please visit our YouTube channel.
|Living Donors: Men|
|Living Donors: Women|
|Transplant Recipient: Men|
|Transplant Recipient: Women|
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DNQ: Athlete did not complete the workout or otherwise meet the requirements to qualify for ranking within the category.