Moa does it again! Commonwealth 63 Champion

Moa Wikner comes back with a full suite of PB’S and Gold medals from the Commonwealth Championships.

And in her own words ….

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🏆 COMMONWEALTH CHAMPION 2019 🏆 Friday was all I could wish for and all I had worked for. I went 9 for 9 (first time ever I think?) and got PB's in all my lifts! Ended up with a 150kg SQ, 95kg BP and a 187.5kg DL for a 432.5kg total, all individual golds and the overall gold 💪 An amazing competition hosted by @cpupowerlifting , hands down an incredible job with the venue, the running of the event and the atmosphere 🇨🇦 @genopowerlifting giving the crowd a show, putting in 110% for each lifter 🙌 To be a part of the English Team has been a joy, all smiles and all hard workers! Thank you @dual_strength and @marsh.coaching for letting me do my thing, being perfect handlers believing in me. And thank you @deadliftbig for helping me to where I am today, truly the best coach there is out there 💫 And not to forget my family and friends, supporting me from both Sweden and the UK. Last but not least @bd_pwrlifting_ldn , who is not just my bag carrier and bar loader (jokes 😂) but my number one supporter and my inspiration ❤ Individual lift break down to come (probably 🤷) but now back to eating, sleeping and enjoying beautiful Canada 🇨🇦🇨🇦 • • • #powerlifter #powerlifting #commonwealths #champion #squat #bench #deadlift #sbd #britishpowerlifting #rawpowerlifting #strength #strong #ipf #canada #girlswhopowerlift #pb #u63 #sbdapparel #eleiko #tyngre #eleikosport

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