National Classic & Equipped Records as at 18 June 2022

National Women's Classic & Equipped, Powerlifting & Bench Press Records

National Men's Classic & Equipped, Powerlifting & Bench Press Records


North Island Records - Coming Soon!


South Island Records as at 05 June 2022

South Island Women's Classic & Equipped, Powerlifting & Bench Press Records

South Island Men's Classic & Equipped, Powerlifting & Bench Press Records


What's Required to Set Records?​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  • You must be a financial member of your local Association
  • You must be a financial member of the NZPF
  • You must be a member of these two for a period of no less than 6 months (180 days)
  • You must be registered on the Drugfree Sport NZ register - automatic upon completing membership
  • A break in membership means eligibility commences from the date of re-joining after paying the competitor membership fee

Competition levels Competing at Provincials Note: to set Regional records requires all referees to be Provincial or higher.

  • Provincial
  • Regional - South Island or North Island

Competing at Regionals and Regional Record Note: to set National records requires all referees to be National or higher.

  • Provincial
  • Regional - South Island or North Island
  • National

Competing at Nationals and NZ Record

  • Provincial
  • Regional - South Island or North Island
  • National

Classic lifters can break Equipment Optional records. Equipment Optional lifters cannot set Classic Records. Competitors in a 3-Lift Powerlifting Competition can set Single Bench Press records providing they make a total. If your record has not been recognised please e-mail the National Record Keeper: clairealexandra@windowslive.com 

Age classes can set records in other age classes as follows:

​​​​​​​Sub-junior

  • Sub-junior
  • Junior
  • Open

Junior

  • Junior
  • Open

Master 1

  • Master 1
  • Open

Master 2

  • Master 2, 1
  • Open

Master 3

  • Master 3, 2, 1
  • Open

Master 4

  • Master 4, 3, 2 1
  • Open