Mike Bartlett was named best overall men’s powerlifter at the Canadian Powerlifting Federation Canadian Open competition in Prince George May 27. With just under 30 other men competing, Bartlett lifted 585 lbs in deadlift, 562 lbs in squat, and 380 lbs on bench press, earning first place in the 100 kg men’s division and men’s best overall based on his Wilks score of 427. (Nathaniel Eiswerth photo)

Terrace powerlifter wins men’s Best Overall in Prince George competition

Mike Bartlett boasted the highest Wilks of 30 people at CPF Canadian Open tournament

By Jackie Lieuwen

Mike Bartlett boasted the highest Wilks of 30 people at CPF Canadian Open tournament

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With Mike Bartlett, Brandon Mclean also competed and earned third place out of seven in the men’s 90kg division in the CPF Canadian Open. Mclean bench pressed 298 lbs, hoisted 452 lbs in deadlift, and lifted 391 lbs in squat. (Contributed photo)

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