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October 21, 2015, 11:00 a.m. CDT
Contact Jason Hogue, Peru State College Marketing and Communications, 402.872.2429
Lincoln, Nebraska- Peru State College student Bailey Kuhlmann set four world records for women aged 18-19 in the 105-pound weight class. The world records also qualified as American records and were recorded at the American Amateur Union World Weightlifting/Powerlifting National Championship
Kuhlmann’s records include:
American and World Record for Squat – 85 kilograms (187 pounds)
American and World Record for Bench Press – 58.5 kilograms (129 pounds)
American and World Record for Deadlift – 120 kilograms (264.5 pounds)
American and World Record for Total Meet – 263.5 kilograms (581 pounds)
Kuhlmann said, “It was fun to see people from other countries and compete against them. I was happy and honored to be one of three Nebraskans to participate.”
This summer, Kuhlmann took home first place in the Powerlifting (Raw) category for female teens weighing 114 pounds at the Cornhusker State Games.
Kuhlmann is a graduate of HTRS High School and lives in Table Rock, Nebraska. She is a Kinesiology major at Peru State College and is a recipient of the Richard P. and Laurine Kimmel Exercise Science Scholarship.
The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) is one of the largest, non-profit, volunteer, sports organizations in the United States. A multi-sport organization, the AAU is dedicated exclusively to the promotion and development of amateur sports and physical fitness programs.
For more information, visit www.peru.edu or call 1-800-742-4412.
About Peru State College: Peru State’s “Campus of a Thousand Oaks,” an arboretum, is nestled in historic southeast Nebraska. The state’s first college, Peru State offers a unique mix of innovative online and traditional classroom undergraduate and graduate programs, including online graduate degrees in education and organizational management. It is a college of choice fostering excellence and student achievement through engagement in a culture that promotes inquiry, discovery and innovation.