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Joey Beltran, competitor for the Federal Way Thunder Lifters, lets out a victory yell as he powers through 175 pounds at the 2022 Spring Olympics Competition at Carey Theater June 18 on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
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Master Sgt. Matt Twiss, center, with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group, fistbumps Kristopher “Ludacris” Gatlin, competitor for the Clark County Bulldogs, after he lifted 155 pounds at the 2022 Spring Olympics Powerlifting Competition at Carey Theater June 18 on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
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Dante Peoples, competitor for the Federal Way Thunder Lifters, lifts 155 pounds on his first try at the 2022 Spring Olympics Powerlifting Competition at Carey Theater June 18 on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
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Soldiers from 1st Special Forces Group on Joint Base Lewis-McChord prepare the squat rack in between competitors at the 2022 Spring Olympics Competition at Carey Theater June 18.
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Ryan Kelley, competitor for the Clark County Bulldogs, goes down into squat position on his first try at 410 pounds during the 2022 Spring Olympics Powerlifting Competition at Carey Theater June 18 on Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
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JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD. Wash. – Over 100 Special Olympics powerlifters showcased their strength during the 2022 State Spring Games June 18 at Carey Theater on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Over 1,800 Special Olympians competed in the 2022 State Spring Games held at three locations June 18-19:

·       Pacific Lutheran University – soccer and athletics completion;

·       King County Aquatics Center – swimming;

·       JBLM – powerlifting.

Soldiers from JBLM’s 1st Special Forces Group volunteered to help in the powerlifting competition. JBLM was scheduled to host cycling events, but the events were rescheduled for August.

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