Jenny Arthur Named To US Olympic Team!

Earlier today, USA Weightlifting named Jenny Arthur (W75kg) as the first member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team. Check out her lifts from IWF Worlds in November:


She holds every American Record in the 75kg weight class as both a junior and a senior, with two of those records (her 138kg/305lb clean & jerk and her 244kg/538lb total) set at the 2015 World Championships. On top of that, she's also the highest placing female weightlifter on Team USA from the past two World Championships with a 14th place finish as a W69 in 2014 and an 8th place finish in 2015 in the 75kg weight division.

Here are her career accomplishments from USA Weightlifting:

2015
·         IWF World Championships – 8th place, 75kg
·         USAW National Champion – 75kg
 2014
·         IWF World Championships – 14th place, 69kg
·         USAW National Champion – 75kg
·         Pan American Silver Medalist – 75kg
·         Grand Prix & Russian President’s Cup Invitee – 6th place, 75kg 
2013
·         IWF Junior World Silver Medalist – 75kg
·         Pan American Silver Medalist – 75kg
·         Junior Pan American Champion – 75kg
·         USAW Junior National Champion – 75kg
·         USAW American Open Champion – 75kg 
2012
·         USAW National Silver Medalist –69kg
·         USAW Junior National Champion – 69kg
·         USAW American Open Champion – 69kg
2011
·         USAW Junior National Silver Medalist –69kg
·         IWF Junior World Championships Team Member
2010
·         USAW Youth National Champion – 69kg

Soon enough, she'll be able to add Olympian to that list. We'll have even more breaking news on the U.S. Olympic Team as it happens, so keep your eyes open.

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