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Old 01-01-2013, 08:46 AM   #39
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Originally Posted by jacentk2 View Post
My new HOME STATE Powerlifting idol:Roger Estep







Name:Roger Estep
Y.O.B.:1948
Body Weight:198
Raw Competition Bench:700
Competition Squat:835
Competition Deadlift:785

Some of Roger's Accomplishments
Football- all SEOAL, runner up MVP, Honorable Mention All State.
Baseball- 1st team all Ohio.
2 time Runner up Collegiate National Powerlifting championships.
1976 collegiate National Powerlifting Champion (4 national records).
4 time YMCA national powerlifting champion (3 World Records).
2 time Pan American Powerlifting Champion. AAU National Champion.
North American National Champion (3 national records, 1 world Record).
1979 SR. National Champion.
1979 runner up World Powerlifting Championships (2 gold medals, 1 silver medal).
1979 Powerliftings Most Muscular Man.
1982 America Cup Championships Best Lifter.
1984 Mr. California Bodybuilding Champion.
1985 Mr. Iron man (Bodybuilding -Powerlifting Champion).
Inductee Wellston High School Athletic Hall OF Fame.
2004 Inductee California Powerlifting Hall Of Fame.
Roger held 10 World Records in Powerlifting
and more than 30 National records in his career.
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