Rusanenko can depart Denmark together with her head held excessive after notching this report.

As a powerlifter, Daria Rusanenko first made her hay in her native Ukraine, successful a number of contests of the Sub-Juniors and Teen selection within the mid-2010s. Years later, as a seasoned competitor and if her newest efficiency says something significant — the athlete may very well be prepared for a big breakthrough to bona fide power sports activities stardom.

On Nov. 19, 2022, through the 2022 International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) Equipped World Championships in Viborg, Denmark, Rusanenko captured a 275.5-kilogram (607.4-pound) geared up squat. Rusanenko entered the competitors as an 84-kilogram Juniors competitor, making her prime squat a Juniors and Open all-time IPF World Record in the identical division. (Note: At the time of this writing, it’s unclear exactly the place Rusanenko completed in her class, as outcomes proceed to be tabulated.)

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This squat efficiency isn’t the primary time Rusanenko has turned heads with a report mark on a world stage.

According to the IPF database, the athlete can be the Sub-Juniors squat IPF World Record holder in each the 76-kilogram (240 kilograms/529.1 kilos) and the 84-kilogram divisions (225 kilograms/496 kilos). The first leg power milestone occurred through the 2019 IPF World Juniors & Sub-Juniors Championships, whereas the latter occurred on the 2019 iteration of the IPF Equipped World Championships. Suffice it to say: This younger powerlifter has already demonstrated loads of leg energy within the current previous.

Here’s an outline of Rusanenko’s all-time geared up competitors bests:

Daria Rusanenko | Equipped All-Time Competition Bests

  • Squat — 275.5 kilograms (607.4 kilos) | Juniors and Open IPF World Record
  • Bench Press — 150 kilograms (330.7 kilos)
  • Deadlift — 212.5 kilograms (468.4 kilos)
  • Total — 627.5 kilograms (1,383.4 kilos)

On a aggressive foundation, over an approximate seven-year profession, Rusanenko can boast 17 victories with 9 different podium finishes. Here’s an outline of a few of her extra notable contest outcomes:

Daria Rusanenko | Notable Career Results

  • 2015 UkrainePF Donetsk Powerlifting Championships (Sub-Juniors/Equipped) — First place | First profession victory
  • 2016 UkrainePF Ukrainian Powerlifting Championships (Sub-Juniors/Equipped) — First place
  • 2017 European Powerlifting Federation (EPF) European Classic Powerlifting Championships (Sub-Juniors/Raw) — First place
  • 2017, 2019 EPF European Equipped Powerlifting Championships (Sub-Juniors/Equipped) — First place
  • 2017, 2019 IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships (Sub-Juniors/Raw) — Second place (2017) | First place (2019)
  • 2019 EPF European Equipped Powerlifting Championships (Sub-Juniors/Equipped) — First place
  • 2019 IPF World Juniors & Sub-Juniors Championships (Sub-Juniors/Equipped) — First place
  • 2020-2021 UkrainePF Ukraine Powerlifting Championships (Open/Equipped) — First place

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At the time of this writing, Rusanenko doesn’t seem to have a constant social media presence, making it unclear what her future plans for any competitions resemble. Though, given her geared up prowess, it’s most likely truthful to count on one other resounding end result — one that may embody one other World Record — the subsequent time she steps on a sanctioned platform.

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