2024 Sheffield Powerlifting Championships Results

The 2024 Sheffield Powerlifting Championships lived up to the hype. This “champion of champions” meet was held in Sheffield, UK, on Feb. 10, 2024, and they put on quite the show.

The standard of lifting was incredible across the board. Of the 12 women contestants, 11 broke the world record in their respective weight class. Many historic records fell, and there were tight battles throughout, vying for the top prize of £25,000 (~31,500).

The competition format was heavily focussed on International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) world records. The overall top prize went to the athlete who broke the total world record in their class by the highest proportion. Additionally, £5,000 (~$6,300) bonuses were offered for every world record broken in the squatbench pressdeadlift, or total.

Image via @ja.gata_sitko on Instagram

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2024 Sheffield Women’s Results

On the women’s side, the format heavily favored the three lifters in the 69-kilogram class, as the world record total was lower in this class than in the weight class below. This gave them an easier target to hit; indeed, all three made the podium.

Agata Sitko (69KG) — 600 Kilograms, 109.3%

Prescillia Bavoil (69KG) — 585 Kilograms, 106.6%

Carola Garra (69KG) — 582.5 Kilograms, 106.1%

Evie Corrigan (52KG) — 481 Kilograms, 103.2%

Brittany Schlater (+84KG) — 710 Kilograms, 102.4%

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

Karlina Tongotea (76KG) — 610.5 Kilograms, 101.8%

Jade Jacob (57KG) — 519.5 Kilograms, 101.4%

Natalie Richards (57KG) — 516.5 Kilograms, 100.8%

Tiffany Chapon (47KG) — 431.5 Kilograms, 100.7%

Amanda Lawrence (84KG) — 647 Kilograms, 100.3%

Noemie Allabert (52KG) — 447.5 Kilograms, 97.3%

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2024 Sheffield Men’s Results

Fewer athletes hit total world records on the men’s side, but there were some impressive battles nonetheless. Not least of these was in the 93-kilogram class, where four athletes duked it out for supremacy, with Gustav Hedlund emerging victorious, just ahead of world champion Jonathan Cayco.

Gustav Hedlund (93KG) — 895 Kilograms, 100.8% 

Jonathan Cayco (93KG) — 890.5 Kilograms, 100.6%

Delaney Wallace (83KG) — 842.5 Kilograms, 100.2%

Gavin Adin (93KG) — 887 Kilograms, 99.9%

Panagiotis Tarinidis (66KG) — 702.5 Kilograms, 98.9%

Timothy Monigatti (74KG) — 789.5 Kilograms, 98.7%

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

Anatolii Novopismennyi (105KG) — 925.5 Kilograms, 98.5%

Carl Johansson (74KG) — 785.5 Kilograms, 98.2%

Kyota Ushiyama (66KG) — 690 Kilograms, 97.1%

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

Tony Cliffe (120KG) — 925 Kilograms, 94.5% 

Prize Payouts

Given the unconventional format of this contest, it’s no surprise that the prize money distribution is similarly unusual. Generally, the higher you place in a competition, the more money you win. But with the added wrinkle of bonuses paid for world records broken, the normal distribution is disrupted and, in some cases, athletes lower down the rankings earned more in prize money than the athletes on the podium!

Take a look at the tables below, showing the athletes ranked by payout. All sums are in UK Pounds:


Agata Sitko: 40,000

Prescillia Bavoil: 17,500

Jade Jacob: 16,500

Evie Corrigan: 16,000

Tiffany Chapon: 16,000

Karlina Tongotea: 11,750

Amanda Lawrence: 10,000

Brittany Schlater: 9,000

Carola Garra: 7,500

Sonita Muluh: 7,000

Natalie Richards: 1,250

Noémie Allabert: 0


Gustav Hedlund: 30,000

Jonathan Cayco: 17,500

Delaney Wallace: 12,500

Tim Monigatti: 12,000

Gavin Adin: 11,000

Anatolii Novopismennyi: 6,500

Jesus Olivares: 5,000

Panagiotis Tarinidis: 4,000

Carlos PettersonGrifith: 1,750

Carl Johansson: 1,250

Kyota Ushiyama: 1,000

Tony Cliffe: 0

The total payout was a massive £255,000. £152,500 of it was awarded to female athletes.

The second edition of Sheffield was a roaring success with phenomenal production values and even better athlete performances. Tickets for the 2025 event are already selling fast, so act quickly to see the action in person.

Featured image: @ja.gata_sitko and @gustav.hedlund on Instagram

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