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RESULTS - 2019 Canadian National Grip Sport Championships

Men’s 83 kg

1st – Dan Fleming – 11 points
2nd – Yves Gravelle – 14 points
3rd – Simon-Pierre Desjarlais – 31.5 points
4th – Philippe Tremblay – 34.5 points
5th – Mike Drieman – 35 points
6th – Deon Keller – 37.5 points
7th – Keith Steffensen – 42.5 points
8th – Matt Smith – 46 points

Men’s 105 kg

1st – Eric Roussin – 9.5 points
2nd – Rob McMurren – 19.5 points
3rd – Mark Lacina – 23 points
4th – Andrew Dube – 26 points
5th – Jean-Philippe Poitras – 33 points
6th – Rick Blanchard – 36 points

Men’s 105+ kg

1st – Justin Major – 11 points
2nd – Nick Carignan – 14.5 points
3rd – Jeff Slater – 19 points
4th – Gus Bush – 25.5 points
 
Women’s Open

1st – Natasha Batt – 7 points
 
Men’s 50+ Years

1st – Gus Bush – 11 points
2nd – Rick Blanchard – 13.5 points
3rd – Keith Steffensen – 17.5 points
 
OVERALL

1st – Eric Roussin – 16 points
2nd – Justin Major – 25.5 points
3rd – Dan Fleming – 32.5 points
4th – Yves Gravelle – 38 points
5th – Nick Carignan – 38 points
6th – Rob McMurren – 42.5 points
7th – Mark Lacina – 47.5 points
8th – Jeff Slater – 62.5 points
9th – Andrew Dube – 62.5 points
10th – Jean-Philippe Poitras – 81.5 points
11th – Simon-Pierre Desjarlais – 84 points
12th – Mike Drieman – 87 points
13th – Gus Bush – 90 points
14th – Rick Blanchard – 91.5 points
15th – Philippe Tremblay – 94 points
16th – Deon Keller – 96.5 points
17th – Matt Smith – 104 points
18th – Keith Steffensen – 105 points
19th – Natasha Batt – 131.5 points

BEST LIFTS
 
Two-Hand Flask

1st - Eric Roussin - 216.89 lbs
2nd - Rob McMurren - 205.87 lbs
T-3rd - Dan Fleming - 194.84 lbs
T-3rd - Justin Major - 194.84 lbs
T-3rd - Nick Carignan - 194.84 lbs
T-6th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - 172.8 lbs
T-6th - Andrew Dube - 172.8 lbs
T-8th - Mike Drieman - 161.77 lbs
T-8th - Mark Lacina - 161.77 lbs
T-10th - Yves Gravelle - 150.75 lbs
T-10th - Rick Blanchard - 150.75 lbs
T-10th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - 150.75 lbs
T-10th - Gus Bush - 150.75 lbs
T-14th - Keith Steffensen - 139.73 lbs
T-14th - Jeff Slater - 139.73 lbs
T-16th - Deon Keller - 128.7 lbs
T-16th - Philippe Tremblay - 128.7 lbs
T-16th - Matt Smith - 128.7 lbs
19th - Natasha Batt - 106.66 lbs

2 3/8” Napalm’s Nightmare

1st - Eric Roussin - 454.88 lbs
2nd - Justin Major - 432.83 lbs
T-3rd - Yves Gravelle - 388.74 lbs
T-3rd - Jeff Slater - 388.74 lbs
T-5th - Rob McMurren - 344.65 lbs
T-5th - Nick Carignan - 344.65 lbs
7th - Dan Fleming - 322.6 lbs
T-8th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - 300.55 lbs
T-8th - Andrew Dube - 300.55 lbs
T-8th - Mark Lacina - 300.55 lbs
T-8th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - 300.55 lbs
T-8th - Gus Bush - 300.55 lbs
T-8th - Deon Keller - 300.55 lbs
T-14th - Rick Blanchard - 278.51 lbs
T-14th - Keith Steffensen - 278.51 lbs
T-14th - Philippe Tremblay - 278.51 lbs
T-17th - Mike Drieman - 256.46 lbs
T-17th - Matt Smith - 256.46 lbs
19th - Natasha Batt - 168.28 lbs

Silver Bullet

1st - Eric Roussin - #3.5 - 16.38 seconds
2nd - Justin Major - #3.5 - 4.21 seconds
3rd - Dan Fleming - #3.5 - 3.53 seconds
4th - Andrew Dube - #3.5 - 2.75 seconds
5th - Nick Carignan - #3 - 16.53 seconds
6th - Mark Lacina - #3 - 10.71 seconds
7th - Rob McMurren - #3 - 8.78 seconds
8th - Philippe Tremblay - #3 - 3.66 seconds
9th - Yves Gravelle - #3 - 2.62 seconds
10th - Jeff Slater - #2.5 - 15.25 seconds
11th - Rick Blanchard - #2.5 - 15.13 seconds
12th - Mike Drieman - #2.5 - 14.06 seconds
13th - Deon Keller - #2.5 - 10.53 seconds
14th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - #2.5 - 5.5 seconds
15th - Matt Smith - #2 - 10.68 seconds
16th - Keith Steffensen - #2 - 4.78 seconds
17th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - #2 - 2 seconds
18th - Gus Bush - #1.5 - 18.4 seconds
19th - Natasha Batt - #0.5 - 13.32 seconds

IronMind Hub

1st - Mark Lacina - 77.95 lbs
2nd - Yves Gravelle - 73.55 lbs
T-3rd - Justin Major - 64.73 lbs
T-3rd - Dan Fleming - 64.73 lbs
T-3rd - Nick Carignan - 64.73 lbs
T-3rd - Jeff Slater - 64.73 lbs
T-3rd - Mike Drieman - 64.73 lbs
T-8th - Eric Roussin - 60.32 lbs
T-8th - Rob McMurren - 60.32 lbs
T-8th - Rick Blanchard - 60.32 lbs
T-8th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - 60.32 lbs
12th - Deon Keller - 55.91 lbs
T-13th - Andrew Dube - 51.5 lbs
T-13th - Philippe Tremblay - 51.5 lbs
T-13th - Gus Bush - 51.5 lbs
16th - Keith Steffensen - 47.09 lbs
T-17th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - 42.68 lbs
T-17th - Matt Smith - 42.68 lbs
19th - Natasha Batt - 33.86 lbs

Wrist Wrench

T-1st - Eric Roussin - 117.68 lbs
T-1st - Justin Major - 117.68 lbs
3rd - Dan Fleming - 106.66 lbs
T-4th - Yves Gravelle - 101.15 lbs
T-4th - Jeff Slater - 101.15 lbs
T-4th - Matt Smith - 101.15 lbs
T-7th - Rob McMurren - 95.64 lbs
T-7th - Andrew Dube - 95.64 lbs
T-7th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - 95.64 lbs
10th - Nick Carignan - 90.12 lbs
T-11th - Mark Lacina - 84.61 lbs
T-11th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - 84.61 lbs
T-13th - Gus Bush - 79.1 lbs
T-13th - Philippe Tremblay - 79.1 lbs
T-13th - Deon Keller - 79.1 lbs
16th - Keith Steffensen - 73.59 lbs
T-17th - Rick Blanchard - 68.08 lbs
T-17th - Mike Drieman - 68.08 lbs
19th - Natasha Batt - 46.03 lbs

Dube Cube Coin

1st - Eric Roussin - 35.45 lbs
2nd - Mark Lacina - 33.25 lbs
3rd - Yves Gravelle - 31.04 lbs
T-4th - Rob McMurren - 28.84 lbs
T-4th - Nick Carignan - 28.84 lbs
T-6th - Dan Fleming - 26.63 lbs
T-6th - Jeff Slater - 26.63 lbs
T-8th - Justin Major - 24.43 lbs
T-8th - Gus Bush - 24.43 lbs
T-8th - Rick Blanchard - 24.43 lbs
T-11th - Andrew Dube - 22.22 lbs
T-11th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - 22.22 lbs
T-11th - Keith Steffensen - 22.22 lbs
T-11th - Mike Drieman - 22.22 lbs
T-15th - Matt Smith - 17.81 lbs
T-15th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - 17.81 lbs
T-15th - Philippe Tremblay - 17.81 lbs
T-18th - Deon Keller - 15.61 lbs
T-18th - Natasha Batt - 15.61 lbs

40-Item Medley (Men)

1st - Eric Roussin - 39 items
2nd - Justin Major - 36 items
T-3rd - Yves Gravelle - 34 items
T-3rd - Nick Carignan - 34 items
T-3rd - Dan Fleming - 34 items
6th - Rob McMurren - 32 items
7th - Andrew Dube - 28 items
8th - Mark Lacina - 26 items
9th - Jean-Philippe Poitras - 24 items
10th - Philippe Tremblay - 20 items
T-11th - Simon-Pierre Desjarlais - 18 items
T-11th - Deon Keller - 18 items
13th - Gus Bush - 16 items
14th - Mike Drieman - 15 items
15th - Keith Steffensen - 10 items
16th - Matt Smith - 8 items
T-17th - Jeff Slater - DNF
T-17th - Rick Blanchard – DNF

20-Item Medley (Women)

1st – Natasha Batt – DNF 

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Kluv#0

Eric, congrats to you and the other athletes. Your 455 lb. pull on NN 2 3/8” is crazy 💪 

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Vinnie

I'm curious whether the COC grippers used for the silver bullet were rated.  If so, I'm especially curious what the rating was on the 3.5.  If not rated, anyone know whether it was a light or heavy one?

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Vinnie
Just now, Kluv#0 said:

Eric, congrats to you and the other athletes. Your 455 lb. pull on NN 2 3/8” is crazy 💪 

Yeah Eric, I had to look at that number twice, but then I saw your name and figured, ok, then it is possible lol.

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Andrew Dube
44 minutes ago, Vinnie said:

I'm curious whether the COC grippers used for the silver bullet were rated.  If so, I'm especially curious what the rating was on the 3.5.  If not rated, anyone know whether it was a light or heavy one?

The grippers were all rated. IIRC the 3.5 was 176.34xyz42 by mr. Jedd Johnson. I must admit that this was the only event I was disappointed with as I've done much better in training and contest before and thought I could maybe win the event. But Eric is the man and got a great time after setting a world record on the NN and everyone else was struggling. 

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Vinnie
29 minutes ago, Andrew Dube said:

The grippers were all rated. IIRC the 3.5 was 176.34xyz42 by mr. Jedd Johnson. I must admit that this was the only event I was disappointed with as I've done much better in training and contest before and thought I could maybe win the event. But Eric is the man and got a great time after setting a world record on the NN and everyone else was struggling. 

I was wondering whether it might be a heavy 3.5.  I managed 12 seconds on a 3.5 at Jedd's comp last week in PA, but it was only a 168.  I would not have held a 176 nearly that long, if at all.  I couldn't get any hold on Anton's 178 a few weeks ago, although I was tired that day.

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Joseph Sullivan

Congrats to all on a great contest! Wish I could have been there!! Nice job! 👌🏼👍🏻🔥👍🏻

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Mike Rinderle

Congrats to all the competitors on a great contest!

455 on the 2 3/8 NN is otherworldly!  Amazing world record Eric!  What's your axle at these days?

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Andrew Dube
12 minutes ago, Mike Rinderle said:

Congrats to all the competitors on a great contest!

455 on the 2 3/8 NN is otherworldly!  Amazing world record Eric!  What's your axle at these days?

You're going to find out next week 😉

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Eric Roussin
12 minutes ago, Mike Rinderle said:

Congrats to all the competitors on a great contest!

455 on the 2 3/8 NN is otherworldly!  Amazing world record Eric!  What's your axle at these days?

We’ll see at the Arnolds. I’m hoping to hit 440.

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Tommy J.

Excellent pull on that NN Eric! Holy moly!

whats your current BW?

you were good before at under 200, but you’ve become downright formidable across the board at over 200!

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Tommy J.
2 hours ago, Andrew Dube said:

The grippers were all rated. IIRC the 3.5 was 176.34xyz42 by mr. Jedd Johnson. I must admit that this was the only event I was disappointed with as I've done much better in training and contest before and thought I could maybe win the event. But Eric is the man and got a great time after setting a world record on the NN and everyone else was struggling. 

Yeah man, hitting any kind of thickbar event prior to gripper events is going to knock some crush performances down a bit. I suspect everyone would have had longer SB holds had the SB event been before the NN event.

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Eric Roussin
40 minutes ago, Tommy J. said:

Excellent pull on that NN Eric! Holy moly!

whats your current BW?

you were good before at under 200, but you’ve become downright formidable across the board at over 200!

Thanks, Tommy. I weigh 217 right now.

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WestSlope

Impressive lifts in this comp. Eric, please pm your thickbar training plan to me.😊

Justin was in Eric's shadow, but also had one hell of a comp as did Dan and Yves.

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Mike Rinderle
4 hours ago, Andrew Dube said:

You're going to find out next week 😉

Great contest Dube!

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Chez

Congrats to all who competed. Fantastic numbers!

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Eric Roussin

Results for the Flask, Napalm’s Nightmare, and Hub have been loaded into the GSI database:

www.gripsport.org/lists.htm

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honk

Awesome numbers all around! 

 

But what happend with the Flask? 

Brand new Flask, not seasoned?! 

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Eric Roussin
14 minutes ago, honk said:

Awesome numbers all around! 

 

But what happend with the Flask? 

Brand new Flask, not seasoned?! 

The Flask was well-seasoned. Are the numbers much lower than you expected? Five people lifted more than 190 lbs.

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honk

The numbers seem slightly lower when compared to the other disciplines, imho. 

 

But I'm by no means sure on that. 

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Rob McMurren
40 minutes ago, honk said:

The numbers seem slightly lower when compared to the other disciplines, imho. 

 

But I'm by no means sure on that. 

Some of the stronger flask guys at the comp  didn't hit their usual numbers.  

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