Mattie Rogers Sets New American Record Clean & Jerk At 2017 USAW Nationals

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Another day of the 2017 Nike National Championships kicked off in Chicago, Illinois with even more amazing lifts. The groups that competed included the women’s 63kg and 69kg sessions as well as the men’s 85kg and 94kg sessions.  

Jaclyn Long (63) snatched 88kg/194lb and clean and jerked 113kg/249lb for a 201kg total to become the 63kg 2017 National Champion. This is an 8kg increase from last years Nationals where she won bronze with a 193kg total!  

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James Tatum (85) snatched 150kg/330lb and clean and jerked 185kg/407lb to total 335kg, sweeping gold at the 2017 National Championships! This makes him the reigning champ as he won gold at the 2016 National’s as well.  

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Mattie Rogers (69) snatched 105kg/231lb and clean and jerked 134kg/295lb to total 239kg, sweeping gold with a 6 for 6 performance and becoming the 2017 National Champion.  She tied her 239kg senior American Record in the total with her 134kg clean and jerk which was a new American Record!

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Colin Burns (94) snatched 170kg/374lb and clean and jerked 199kg/438lb for a 369kg total to become your 2017 National Champion in the 94kg weight class. Burns has been on a tear this year on the national stage!

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