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In the Lorenzo Wrestling Complex in Rec Hall, when most workers are headed home for the day and students recreationaly workout, the Olympic Weightlifting club is hard at work. The club was formed by Carly Jessloski and her coach Regis Becker, who serves as the club’s coach.Author: Max Petrosky
Teenager Brandon Brahler—“pronounced Brawler, which is appropriate!” said referee Regis Becker—of Hopewell, Pennsylvania, has certified on the Captains of Crush No. 3 gripper. A strapping 6’ 8.25” and 235 lb., the 19-year-old certified as a teenager just under the wire as today is his 20th birthday.
“His nickname isn’t ‘Iron Mike’ for nothing,” says Regis Becker, president of Pittsburgh Barbell Club and USA Weightlifting senior coach of Mike Nackoul. Hailing from Canonsburg, Nackoul previously won the U.S. National Junior Championships and placed seventh at the World’s Junior Championships.
Oct 27, 2019 · Becker is no stranger to amateur athletics. He served on the board of directors of USA Weightlifting from 2008 to 2012, and he’s remained actively involved in Olympic-style weightlifting since, both as coach of the Penn State Olympic Weightlifting …
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