WHATS NEW IN POWERLIFTING?
Welcome to the 2017-2020 quad for Powerlifting!!!
The Sport of Para Powerlifting
Our new HOME is Logan University in Missouri
University named high performance management organization for
SPRINGS, Colorado – U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic
Committee, announced today that Logan University has been named the high
performance management organization for Para powerlifting. As the HPMO, Logan
University will manage all aspects of Para powerlifting, with responsibilities
ranging from national team management to communication and marketing efforts.
developed an incredible relationship with Logan University and we’re thrilled
to have them join the Paralympic family,” said Julie Dussliere, vice president
of U.S. Paralympics. “Logan University has proven its dedication to advancing
Para powerlifting in the United States, and they will continue to do so as our
University has assumed all responsibilities of Para powerlifting since Jan. 1,
2018, joining a handful of Paralympic sports governed by the USOC but managed
by an external organization.
University is extremely proud to be named the HPMO of Para powerlifting,” said
Mary Hodge, high performance manager of Para powerlifting for Logan University.
“We are dedicated to growing the sport at all levels, developing the athletes
and competing at the highest level.”
the 2017 World Para Powerlifting World Championships in Mexico City, Team USA
secured one silver medal by junior powerlifter Christian Largo (Glenn Allen, Virginia)
in the men’s 65 kg. division, as well as five additional top-15 finishes.
additional questions about Logan University and Para powerlifting, please
contact Mary Hodge at Mary.Hodge@logan.edu, or visit Logan University’s Para powerlifting website