On Sept. 24, 2022, throughout the 2022 United States Powerlifting Association (USPA) Raw Pro in North Kansas City, MO, Jamal Browner efficiently locked out a uncooked 455-kilogram (1,003-pound) deadlift. The mark extends Browner’s personal World Record within the 110-kilogram division by 14.4 kilograms (31.9 kilos). He is the second-ever males’s athlete to deadlift no less than 1,000 kilos in a full uncooked powerlifting meet, after Danny Grigsby, who notched the feat in late March 2022. 

By the top of the competitors, in a first-place efficiency, Browner’s staggering pull helped him set an all-time uncooked World Record complete of 1,052.5 kilograms (2,320.45 kilos) within the 110-kilogram class. He surpassed Derek Thistlethwaite, who initially leaped over Browner for the file with a 1,002.4-kilogram (2,210.1-pound) complete from the 2022 World Raw Powerlifting Federation (WRPF) American Pro. Browner used a sumo stance and wore only a lifting belt to assist him together with his deadlift accomplishment. He additionally used the uncomfortable however efficient hook grip, sandwiching every thumb between his fingers and the barbell, for strengthened grip power:

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Browner did virtually additional lengthen his file with a 467.2 kilogram (1,030-pound) third deadlift try however couldn’t efficiently end the lockout. In addition to his complete World Record and extension of the 110-kilogram division’s all-time deadlift determine, Browner scored private competitors bests on his again squat and bench press.

Here’s a rundown of the athlete’s full efficiency from the 2022 USPA Raw Pro:

Jamal Browner (110KG) | 2022 USPA Raw Pro Top Stats

  • Squat — 370 kilograms (815.8 kilos) | Personal Competition Best
  • Bench Press — 227.5 kilograms (501.6 kilos) | Personal Competition Best
  • Deadlift — 455 kilograms (1,003 kilos) | All-Time Raw World Record 
  • Total — 1,052.5 kilograms (2,320.45 kilos) | All-Time Raw World Record

His World Records apart, Browner has been in pursuit of the 1,000-pound deadlift in a sanctioned meet for a while. The powerlifter has captured pulls of no less than 1,000 kilos in previous coaching classes, however he by no means managed the achievement in an official aggressive capability. That is till now. 

Here’s an summary of a few of Browner’s noteworthy profession outcomes: 

Jamal Browner | Notable Career Results

  • 2017 North American Powerlifting Federation (NAPF) Arnold A7 Bar Grip Raw Pro Challenge (Juniors/Open/Raw) — First place
  • 2018 USPA North American Championships (Open/Raw) — First place
  • 2020 WRPF Hybrid Showdown II (Open/Raw) — First place
  • 2021 WRPF Hybrid Showdown III (Open/Raw) —  First place
  • 2021 WRPF The Bucked Up Showdown (Open/Raw) — First place
  • 2022 USPA Hybrid Showdown 4 (Open/Raw) — First place
  • 2022 USPA Raw Pro (Open/Raw) — First place 

In a Sept. 27, 2022, video on his YouTube channel that gave the impression to be recorded throughout the 2022 USPA Raw Pro, Browner mirrored on his total efficiency. 

“I beat the old [110-kilogram weight class] record by over 40 kilograms, so it should be out of reach for now,” stated a beaming Browner. “My deadlift held up, my hands are good, no rips, no tears. I’m happy. I still want more, but I’m happy. I’m content. For now.”

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Browner hasn’t introduced plans for his subsequent competitors on the time of this writing however did notice that he could be “back to work” quickly in his newest video. Whatever one in all powerlifting’s superstars has in retailer subsequent, it’s more likely to be one other eye-opening efficiency. 

Featured picture: @jamal_b15 on Instagram