CPU National/Regional Qualifying Standards

NATIONAL STANDARDS
Required Totals to lift at CPU Nationals, Classic and Equipped, Powerlifting Competition.

Required Bench Press to lift at CPU Nationals, Classic and Equipped, Bench Only Competition.

REGIONAL STANDARDS
Required Totals to lift at CPU Regionals (Easterns, Centrals, Westerns), Classic and Equipped, Powerlifting Competition.

Required Bench Press to lift at CPU Regionals (Easterns, Centrals, Westerns), Classic and Equipped, Bench Only Competition.

QT CALCULATOR
Select your parameters and the required qualifying total will be shown. Developed by Ryan Stinn.


INTERNATIONAL TEAMS

To Qualify for an IPF Classic Worlds team, aka "International A team" a lifter must have acheived a minimum Wilks total as below.
SubJunior Male - 370
Junior Male - 420
Open Male - 450
M1 Male - 385
M2 Male - 365
M3 Male - 320
M4 Male - 290
SubJunior Female - 290
Junior Female - 345
Open Female - 390
M1 Female - 335
M2 Female - 290
M3 Female -260
M4 Female - 220


For all other international events, such as North American Championships, Commonwealth Championships, etc, the "International B Team" standard must be met.
SubJunior Female - 260
Junior Female - 310
Open Female - 350
M1 Female - 300
M2 Female - 260
M3 Female -230
M4 Female - 200
SubJunior Male - 330
Junior Male - 385
Open Male - 400
M1 Male - 345
M2 Male - 335
M3 Male - 290
M4 Male - 250


Points to Remember
  1. You must have qualified within the previous 24 months from the date of the intended Nationals.
  2. Before going to nationals for the first time, you must lift at one of the three regional championships, within two years of that first nationals.
  3. You must satisfy your provinces additional requirements to be qualified for each Nationals.
  4. A lifter who achieves a National qualifying standard is then eligible to compete at any chosen weight class at the National Championships.
  5. All age categories begin on January 1 of the year the lifter reaches the minimum age limit (with the exception of sub-junior which begins on the day the lifter turns 14). For example, a lifter become a Master 1 on January 1 of the year they turn 40. Similarly, a Junior ceases to be a Junior on Dec 31 of the year they turn 23.
  6. A lifter can qualify for a higher level meet in their next age category within the 12 month period before meeting the minimum age requirement for the class they will compete in, but cannot claim awards in that category at that qualifying meet. For example, a lifter who turns 40 next year can qualify for next years Master Nationals at any time during THIS year, but would only win "Open" awards at that meet.
  7. If you achieve the qualifying total for Equipped nationals, you are automatically qualified for Classic (unequipped) nationals.
  8. Bench-Only qualifying lifts can come from other Bench-Only contests or from the Bench Press portion of a regular Powerlifting contest.
  9. For parapowerlifters not considering competing Internationally the Classic weight classes and qualifying standards apply.
  10. For Parapowerlifters wanting to go to International events check the Minimum Qualification Standards and weight classes.