1st Annual Pro Powersports Championships - March 16th, 2008 @ OKC, OK.
$15,000.00 in Guaranteed Prize Money
NASA PRO POWERSPORTS INFO:
Awards DUPLICATED for Curl, Bench Press, Deadlift and Total!
We have Pro Power Sports lifters registered now from
16 seperate states. The states that are represented
AR, AZ, CO, IA, IL, KS, KY, MO, NE, OH, PA, TN, TX,
UT, WI and WV.
The 9-1-07 deadline for registering is quickly
approaching. If you know of anyone who is considering
signing up please inform them that they have until
September 1st to do so. That will be the final day for
signing up as a pro. Once the lifter has registered
as a pro he will be required to attend a minimum of 2 NASA
events for competition in Power Sports© between
his date of registration and the Pro Championships.
This is mandatory and no exceptions will be allowed
under any circumstances. All lifters that are
registered will be posted Sept 3rd on the NASA main
Entry forms will be mailed only to the Pro Powersports
lifters in January.
Last edited by NASAKYCHAIRMAN; 08-09-2007 at 07:39 AM.
Sounds interesting... so the meet is belt only correct? I'm not familiar with NASA, is there a way to see how competitive I might be in this meet based on my numbers? Like a list of past pro meets or something?
2008 will be the 1st Pro Powersports Championship.
Lifters have until Sept 1 to register by getting a Pro Powersports membership card.
Prize Money Payments: All Pro Power Sports© prize money will be held in an escrow account and all prize checks will be awarded immediately following the competition. All lifters that are tested at the event will receive their checks as soon as drug testing is complete, usually 1-2 weeks. All prize Money is guaranteed by NASA.
PRO POWERSPORTS MEMBERSHIP CARD:
RANKING FOR POWERSPORTS & UNEQUIPPED BP:
Wow, only 3 guys on the bench press top 50 under 181... even with a 2xBW bench RAW I wouldnt make the list . That's very humbling. I still might consider this... could be a fun trip out to oklahoma.
True. OK from here is not a bad drive at all. Down 57 and then 70 towards St. Louis, then 44 all the way. It's a straight shot down the interstate.
I might head out for this meet. According to the chart I'd do pretty well in the 165 Junior division (Turning 20 in October).
Pitiful Bench-Jockey for life