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Maximum effort at Delaware’s Strongest 11

April 12, 2019

Dozens of athletes of all shapes, sizes and ages descended on the Rehoboth Barbell Club April 6 for Delaware’s Strongest 11. 

Athletes competed in a variety of challenges, from axle press and deadlift to farmer’s carry and stones. 

Will Harris, owner of the Rehoboth Beach Barbell Club, won the men’s middleweight 200-pound division for the fifth time. He set a new state record with a 650-pound deadlift.

Several new Delaware state records were set at the event including:

Axle press

Joanne Mulligan - women’s lightweight class - 180 pounds

Mead Jackson Reyes - women’s middleweight class - 180 pounds

Vivian Nguyen - women’s heavyweight class - 200 pounds

Ross Manaraze and Chris Lindsay - men’s lightweight class - 245 pounds

Will Harris - men’s middleweight 200 class - 245 pounds

Jeff Henderson and Tom Evans - men’s heavyweight - 365 pounds

Deadlift

Joanne Mulligan - women’s lightweight class - 385 pounds

Mead Jackson Reyes - women’s middleweight class - 405 pounds

Vivian Nguyen - women’s heavyweight class - 525 pounds

Ross Manaraze - men’s lightweight class - 555 pounds

Will Harris - men’s middleweight 200 class - 650 pounds

Jeff Henderson - men’s heavyweight class - 805 pounds

Full results can be found at teambixstrength.com.