The head coach for Men’s Team Canada Powerlifting felt it necessary to make a point – that men should not be competing as women. To bring it home and hard, he showed up at a women’s powerlifting event in Alberta, identified as female, and beat the women’s bench press record by more than 100 pounds.
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A women’s record previously held by a man identifying as a woman. There was a powerlifting tournament in Alberta, Canada, on Saturday where history was made. Avi Silverberg, the head coach for Team Canada Powerlifting for more than 10 years, entered Saturday’s Heroes Classic tournament after identifying as a female. Silverberg then casually stepped up and bench pressed 370 pounds, beating the old record by more than 100 pounds — a record held by trans athlete Anne Andres. Do you think he […]
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