Amanda Lawrence (84KG) Scores IPF Raw Squat and Total World Records at 2024 Sheffield Championships

Amanda Lawrence has extended the IPF raw squat world record to 249.5 kilograms (550.1 pounds) at the 2024 Sheffield Powerlifting Championships. On Feb. 10, 2024, Lawrence competed against 11 other of the world’s most elite female powerlifters across a range of weight classes for a huge prize purse and a chance to rewrite history.

Lawrence earned a £5,000 bonus for setting the new IPF raw squat world record. She went seven for nine in attempts. Her full performance is below:

2024 Sheffield Championships Results — Amanda Lawrence, 84KG

Lawrence weighed in officially at 83.5 kilograms. The results below are listed in kilograms:



249.5 — IPF Raw World Record


Bench Press








Total — 647 kilograms — IPF Raw World Record

[Related: Tiffany Chapon (47KG) Sets IPF Raw Squat, Bench Press, & Total World Records]

[Related: Jesus Olivares (+120KG) Sets All-Time Raw Squat World Record of 478KG at Sheffield 2024]

Lawrence’s new IPF raw squat world record was enough for the bonus prize money but was not, in fact, the heaviest she has ever squatted in competition. According to Open Powerlifting, Lawrence’s competition-best squat was her 256-kilogram squat at the 2020 USAPL Gainsgiving Open.

That lift is the second-heaviest all-time squat. The heaviest is Hunter Henderson‘s 267.5-kilogram squat at the 2023 WRPF The Ghost Clash 2.

Lawrence narrowly missed scoring a second world record and an additional £5,000 pounds. Had Lawrence successfully locked out her third deadlift attempt, she would have eclipsed the current IPF raw world record she currently holds by half a kilogram.

Despite missing her final deadlift, Lawrence still eclipsed the all-time IPF raw total world record by two kilograms. The rest of the field was stacked, and even with a new total world record, Lawrence ranked 11th out of 12. This is due to the Sheffield scoring that ranks athletes based on the world record percentage in their respective weight class — 11 of 12 female athletes at the 2024 Sheffield cracked IPF world record totals.

2024 Sheffield Championships Results

Below are the final standings from the 2024 Sheffield contest:


Agata Sitko (69KG): 600KG, 109.3%

Prescillia Bavoil (69KG): 585KG, 106.6%

Carola Garra (69KG): 582.5KG, 106.1%

Evie Corrigan (52KG): 481KG, 103.2%

Brittany Schlater (84+KG): 710KG, 102.4%

Sonita Kyen Muluh (84+KG): 708KG, 102.1%

Karlina Tongotea (76KG): 610.5KG, 101.8%

Jade Jacob (57KG): 519.5KG, 101.4%

Natalie Richards (57KG): 516.5KG, 100.8%

Tiffany Chapon (47KG): 431.5KG, 100.7%

Amanda Lawrence (84KG): 647KG, 100.3%

Noemie Allabert (52KG): 447.5KG, 97.3%

[Related: Why Do Some Elite Powerlifters Squat With Such a Narrow Stance?]


Gustav Hedlund (93KG): 895KG, 100.8% 

Jonathan Cayco (93KG): 890.5KG, 100.6%

Delaney Wallace (83KG): 842.5KG, 100.2%

Gavin Adin (93KG): 887KG, 99.9%

Panagiotis Tarinidis (66KG): 702.5KG, 98.9%

Timothy Monigatti (74KG): 789.5KG, 98.7%

Carlos Petterson-Grifith (93KG): 875KG, 98.5%

Anatolii Novopismennyi (105KG): 925.5KG, 98.5%

Carl Johansson (74KG): 785.5KG, 98.2%

Kyota Ushiyama (66KG): 690KG, 97.1%

Jesus Olivares (120+KG): 1,152.5KG, 96.6%

Tony Cliffe (120KG): 925KG, 94.5% 

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