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Weightlifter Mattie Rogers (76KG) Clean & Jerks 141 Kilograms For New Senior American Record

Mattie Rogers will not be denied when it comes to setting new bars of weightlifting excellence. On July 28, 2022, during the 2022 Pan-American Championships in Bogotá, Colombia, Rogers’ combination of overhead strength and leg power was displayed again. During the contest, the 76-kilogram weightlifter captured a 141-kilogram (310.8-pound) clean & jerk to set a new Senior American Record. The mark surpasses Rogers’ previous record from the 2022 USA Weightlifting (USAW) National Championships Week by one kilogram (2.2 pounds).
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Weightlifter Mattie Rogers (76KG) Hits 190-Kilogram Squat For New Personal Record

In competition, Olympic weightlifters don’t have to worry about having a powerful squat. That didn’t stop Mattie Rogers from showing off some of her recent gains on the compound lift. On June 8, 2022, the 26-year-old Rogers locked out a 190-kilogram (419-pound) squat for a new personal record...

Weightlifter Mattie Rogers Is Back On The Podium After Big Day At World Championships

Mattie Rogers poses at the women's snatch medal ceremony during the 2021 IWF World Championships on Dec. 14, 2021 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Mattie Rogers left her first Olympic Games this past summer in Tokyo with a lot of questions. One of the faces of the U.S. weightlifting team going into the Games, her training had gone well and she was in peak physical shape.

Mattie Rogers Becomes First American To Medal At Four Consecutive Worlds In 27 Years

TASHKENT, Uzbekistan – Entering the 2021 IWF World Championships, Mattie Rogers (76kg; Geneva, Fla.) was already the most decorated American in the Olympic era of women’s weightlifting. The 26-year-old blew that stat out of the water by an exhausting margin on Tuesday night at Tashkent’s Uzbekistan Sport Complex.

Team USA Athlete Mattie Rogers Wins Silver Medal at 2021 World Weightlifting Championships

Just one day after Meredith Alwine became Team USA’s first World Champion at the 2021 International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 76-kilogram athlete Mattie Rogers continued the streak. Rogers hit a 107-kilogram (235.8-pound) snatch, a 136-kilogram (299.8-pound) clean & jerk, and totaled 243 kilograms (535.7 pounds)....