From the President
I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce everybody to our new monthy newsletter. We will use this medium to keep GPC members up to date with what were doing, up coming events, results and latest news.
We'd like to welcome Tish Wasson as our new secretary, she will be putting our monthly newsletter together plus provide updates via our Facebook page.
As most of you know we sent a large team to the GPC Worlds again this year, and they came home with a swag of medals and world records. Congratulations to Scott Wasson as the team coach on another great campaign, plus his 2nd gold medal in as many years.
The next big event on the GPC Calendar is the National Push Pull on December the 1st, hope to see a huge number of lifters contest this event Australia wide.
Markos Markopolous
Australia at the GPC World Championships
A team of 16 travelled to Hungary last month for the 2013 GPC World Championships. Our representatives not only brought home 8 gold medals, 5 silver medals, 3 silver overall trophies,  9 world records & 17 Australian records, but also placed second in the raw powerlifting division out of 26 countries. Full meet results can be found here, a video compilation of the men’s team here & the women’s here.
Upcoming events

November 9
Referee Workshop
PTC Perth, WA

November 10
Referee Workshop
PTC Brisbane, QLD

December 1
National Push/Pull
PTC Brisbane, QLD
PTC Sydney, NSW
Elite Physique, ACT
Mews Park, WA
Power Pit, NT

December 8
Equipped Classic
PTC Brisbane, QLD

January 18
Perth Cup
Coventrys Village, WA

Membership Reminder
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Global Powerlifting Committee AGM
A number a topics were discussed at the Global Powerlifting Committee AGM. Only two will affect our members and will be included in our rule book from 1st January 2013.
·         The start signal on the bench will be reintroduced
·         The thumb must be wrapped around the bar in the benchpress
The host countries for future world championships were voted on and annouced as follows:
2015 - Las Vegas, USA
2016 - Serbia
GPC Australia at the Brisbane Fitness & Health Expo
On the weekend of the 12th & 13th of October, GPC Australia ran an exhibition Benchpress & Deadlift competition at the Brisbane Fitness Expo. This was the first GPC comp to offer cash prizes thanks to our sponsor Bulk Nutrients. The biggest lift each day took home $200, 2nd - $100 & 3rd-$50.
Tegan Krahenbring won the female bench press with 87.5kg & teenager Zach Turner secured top spot with 215kg. Newcomer Jacqueline Feher dominated the women’s deadlift with a massive 180kg lift, and Scott Wasson took out the men’s division with 280kg.
Western Australia’s Wild West Shootout
MusclePit Gym hosted the Wild West Shootout on Sunday 13th of October and had a great turn out, with 6 women and 29 men competing. Congratulations to the overall winners Jessica Donnellan & Yianni Magoulies. The full meet results can be seen here.
GPC Australia 'Member of the Month'
Yianni Magoulias
Age: 22
Trains at: PTC Perth, WA
Powerlifting since : Early 2012
Weight class: 67.5kg
Best comp lifts: 220/127.5/240

Training goals: Next for me is to move up to the 75's by the 2014 GPC Nationals and keep chasing Critta Stamatiou. 
October 2013

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