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Nelson weightlifters snatch heavy haul at South Island championships Nelson weightlifters, including Frazer Clarke(pictured) set numerous personal bests and national Static Contraction Training records at the recent South Island championships in Christchurch. Nelson weightlifters have flexed their collective muscle with impressive performances at the 2018 South Island Olympic Weightlifting Championships in Christchurch. Hosted by the Christchurch City Weightlifting Club on the weekend of July 7-8, the competition saw a host of records and personal bests recorded by local lifters. In Saturday's first session, Stella Hampton made light work of the 53kg junior and senior classes, claiming three NZ junior records in the process with lifts of 66kg in the snatch and 82kg in the clean and jerk for a total of 148kg. The results will give the 18-year-old plenty of confidence as she builds towards her goal of Olympic selection for Tokyo 2020. A NZ age-group representative since the age of 15, Hampton has been selected to represent Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand at a training camp in Japan this September as part of her preparation. The championships also proved a winning occasion for the masters contingent.  With lifters 39 years his junior, Lester Keene demonstrated his quality in the 69kg class, coming first in the masters and 4th overall.   He set a NZ Masters 50-54 years record snatch of 86kg, a personal best clean and jerk of 102kg, while narrowly missing a NZ masters record clean and jerk of 106kg. In the 75kg class, Abbie Cederman continued a successful run of results with a first in both the senior and master categories, lifting a NZ masters record snatch of 74kg.  In the 77kg class, Chris Dallyn took the top masters placing and 7th overall. Despite narrowly missing personal best lifts, his results were commendable after undergoing a strength building program with no competition buildup. In the 105kg class Christian Jessop came second overall lifting a personal best of 125kg in the snatch as well as 150kg in the clean and jerk for a total of 275kg. In coming fifth overall, Frazer Clarke was first in the masters section, recording and 88kg snatch and nailing a personal best with a 120kg clean and jerk.

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