Local powerlifter aims for more gold in 2024

Powerlifting Champion Marina Cornwall

HAMPSHIRE’S Marina Cornwall has had a successful start to the year, winning four golds medals at her time in the European Masters Women’s Championship, in Malaga, Spain.

The current World, European and British Champion has been competing in the weight category above her proposed one, from only being 43kg, but still beating those in the 47kg class.

Cornwall’s power to weight ratio is phenomenal, she can deadlift near triple her body weight and squat near double her weight.

Marina Cornwall’s ‘Best Known Results’ (in Kg) from Good-lifting Online Records

She has been a formidable competitor for many years.

YearCompetition’s TitleDivisionW.ClassResultRel.PtsRank 
2015European Masters Women’s ChampionshipsMasters 3-47kg255.0352.38 W.Pts1
2014European Masters Women’s ChampionshipsMasters 3-47kg247.5342.07 W.Pts1
2018European Masters Women’s Classic ChampionshipsMasters 3-47kg245.0342.09 W.Pts1
2014Classic World Women’s ChampionshipsMasters 3-47kg245.0342.63 W.Pts1
2016European Masters Women’s ChampionshipsMasters 3-47kg242.5338.00 W.Pts1
Marina Cornwall’s Best Known 5 Ranks from Good-lift Online Records

Cornwall has been training ahead of British Masters Classics Championship which takes place in June and the Commonwealth Championship in October 2024.

She has broken many record throughout her competitions, three of which she made this year, and some of which she still holds.

14.07.2015122.5W M3 DL E-47kg45.23Pilsen / Czechia
The Lifter’s Records (Equipped)
12.02.2024197.5 W M4 TOT C-47kg44.18Malaga / Spain
12.02.2024105.0 W M4 DL C-47kg44.18Malaga / Spain
12.02.202455.0 W M4 SQ C-47kg44.18Malaga / Spain
06.03.2018245.0W M3 TOT C-47kg44.55Helsingborg / Sweden
02.12.2015123.0W M3 DL C-47kg45.19Vancouver / Canada
The Lifter’s Records (Classic)

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