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Posted By: Rene Moyen In Response To: Rene Moyen (MrMister)
Date: Thursday, 30 November 2006, at 2:58 p.m.
In Response To: Rene Moyen (MrMister)
The sub categories were broken down into smaller groups (Teen 1, Teen 2, Teen 3,etc..)so a larger number of lifters would get medals. In the past we have given out top 5 in each sub category, but the past few meets have had a large number of teens, juniors and masters so I broke it up further so more people get medals. Let me break it down for you, as you seem to question my counting.
Original way 5 medals
New way (t1,3)(t2,3)(T3,3)9 medals
Hmmm...I think that's more, but I could be wrong.
Furthurmore, I never promised anyone anything, I was not at the meet yet and I am still not sure why that promise was made, but I will honor it.
By my calculations 27 out of 34 lifters in the morning session recieved medals,if you weren't one of them maybe you should spend more time in the weightroom and less on the internet.
Now grow a set and use your real name!
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