WOMEN           IBP ELITE CLASSIFICATIONS (RAW FULL POWER TOTAL)  
 
                       
                       
OPEN 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 550 585 630 670 710 780 860 905 970 1020  
                       
40-44 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 530 560 605 645 680 740 825 870 930 980  
                       
45-49 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 515 545 585 620 660 725 795 835 895 950  
                       
50-54 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 485 515 550 590 620 685 750 790 845 890  
                       
55-59 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 455 480 515 550 580 635 700 735 790 840  
                       
60-64 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 400 420 450 480 510 560 610 645 690 735  
                       
65-69 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 360 380 410 435 460 505 550 580 620 665  
                       
70-74 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 320 340 365 385 410 450 490 515 555 595  
                       
75-79 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 290 305 325 345 365 405 440 460 495 530  
                       
80+ 97 105 114 123 132 148 165 181 198 198+  
IBP ELITE TOTAL 260 275 295 315 330 365 395 415 445 480  
                       
                       
                       
Note: When considering the IBP Elite Classification Chart remember these numbers must be achieved under certain conditions.
1. IBP Substance Abuse Policy - Iron Boy Powerlifting is dedicated to the pursuance of fair and equitable competition at all IBP sanctioned events. The IBP is adamant that no athlete should have a chemical produced advantage over another athlete nor should an athlete be compelled to use performance enhancing drugs in order to remain competitive. 
2. IBP RAW division – only a belt, wrist wraps, and knee wraps can be worn. No other supportive apparel (that artificially adds to weight lifted) is allowed.
3. IBP approved bar- only a standard Texas Power Bar is used. Specialty deadlift bars (that artificially adds to weight lifted) and specialty squat bars are strictly prohibited.
4. IBP rules must be followed.  Example: When squatting the lifter must un-rack the weight and must move backwards (walk the weight out) to establish the starting position. This movement is considered part of the traditional squat movement. So equipment such as a “MonoLift” can not be used to preclude this rule. (this artificially adds to weight lifted)
These are 4 examples of potential differences that should be acknowledged between the IBP and other Powerlifting organizations when considering Elite classifications. 
 
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