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ER Canada is proud to sponsor a number of athletes with free equipment from Titan and other of our suppliers.

The team has a couple of sport veterans, and a number of up-and-comers that will represent us well at national and international contests.

Bryce Krawczyk
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Adam Ramzy
Adam began powerlifting in 2010 and has since represented the Canadian Powerlifting Union (CPU) at multiple international events. He is the overall Canadian Junior Champion at CPU Nationals 2012 and 2013, and the overall Canadian Open Equipped Champion at CPU Nationals 2015 and 2016. He competed at the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) Junior World Championships in 2012 and 2013, winning a bronze in the deadlift in 2013. In 2016, he was the North American Powerlifting Federation gold medalist in the men's open 83kg class with a 905kg total earning him the highest WILKs score in Canadian history at 606.9. His athletic career is highlighted by a bronze medal at the IPF Open World Championships in 2016 - the first male to win an IPF open worlds medal in 19 years. Most importantly, this qualified him to compete at the International World Games Association (IWGA) World Games 2017 in Wroclaw, Poland in July 2017. His current competition goals are to podium at the World Games in 2017 and then begin training for the IPF Classic Worlds 2018 in Calgary, Alberta. Beyond powerlifting, Adam is an MD/PhD student at the University of British Columbia. His research is focused on developing novel therapeutics for diabetes.

Update: See Adam in Action at the 2017 World Games: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRXLmDVAH8w

Jason Luo
My name is Jason Luo and I compete in the 59KG Junior category. My best competition lifts are a 195KG squat, 112.5KG bench, 228KG deadlift and my best competition total is 528KG. I currently hold the Junior and Open squat, deadlift and total record. I was introduced to powerlifting through the University of Alberta Powerlifting Association and have now been training and competing for 3.5 years. I have competed in 3 international competitions with my best result being a second place finish in the 59KG Junior men's weight category at the 2016 IPF Classic Worlds in Killeen, Texas. Currently, I am preparing for the 2017 IPF Classic Worlds in Minsk, Belarus and hope to put together a solid meet.

Willy Lam
My name is Willy Lam and i an 22 years old. I have been competitively powerlifting in the CPU for 3.5 years. During this time frame I have competed at nationals twice. This year at the 2017 nationals I have achieved one of my long term goals by placing first in the 83kg Junior category. I put up a 247.5kg squat, 140kg bench, and a 285kg deadlift for a 672.5kg total and a 451 Wilks. I am currently training very hard to represent Canada the best I can at this years Classic world championships in Belarus.

Elodie Morin
I'm 21 years old and I come from Trois-Rivieres in Quebec. As far as I can remember, I always loved being strong. I spent my childhood practicing gymnastics. It gave me a pretty good athletic background. When I started powerlfiting, I immediately realized that I was at the right place. This sport gave me so much confidence in myself. I think that starting competing is one of the best choice I've made in my life so far. And I'm very proud of the results that I got for that first year of competitions. My best squat right now is 142.5 kg, best bench is 85 kg and deadlift 170 kg. I'm in the Junior 63 kg category. I won the best women junior award at the last CPU Nationals. I will participate into my first World Championships in June 2017. I will give everything I can into my prep like I always do. I'm part of the one who truly believe that hard work beats talent. Competing at a high level demands a lot of discipline. I'm not afraid of doing what it takes to reach my goals. Beside powerlifting, I also study in kinesiology. I just love everything related to performance. And I always have big goals in my mind. In brief, just watch me! -Elodie

Michael Previdsa
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Jake Holz
My name is Jake Holz, I lift in the Sub-Junior 66kg category. I started powerlifting In 2016 after I sustained a bad injury to my hip and knee. I had to go to the gym everyday for physiotherapy exercises, after I healed up my injury I realized I liked training with weights more than any other sport I've ever done, so I started powerlifting. No better feeling than being able to move a weight you didn't know you were capable of. I did my first meet in July 2016 and was hooked ever since, competing at provincials, Centrals and most recently the Canadian National Championships.