Welcome to the Nebraska AAU Website
This website is setup to give AAU powerlifters, parents, coaches, referees, and helpers information about the fun sport of powerlifting in Nebraska. The left column has the menu and the right column is static information and additional menus for the RECORDS page. The center section will have the dynamic information - meet info, results, records, and other information. If you have any suggestions or are willing to help with the website or to help in meets - please e-mail me here.
The AAU is requiring that people get there membership before any competition. Please get your membership on-line as it may be difficult to get them at the meet. The insurance company needs the date of membership prior to the competition so you are covered. You can go here to renew for 1 to 3 years. The sport to register for is Powerlifting, the Club Name is Nebraska Powerlifting, and the Club Code is: WW3E33.
Remember - the registration is good from Sept 1 until August 31 of the following year.
We have a record turnout for the 30th Cornhusker State Games - 107 people entered! Checkout the list here and make sure all of your information is correct. E-mail me with any corrections. Thanks.
Early weigh-ins will be held Friday night from 5:00 to 6:30 at LCS.
The 2013 CSG is in the books (results are here ). Remember the 2015 State Games of America will require additional help (set-up, meet help, cleanup). Please contact me if you are willing to help provide a good experience for the lifters. Thanks.
The 2009 CSG Powerlifting meet results are here. Thanks to all the help - spotters, loaders, referees, table help and to Lincoln Christian School for the facility. We had the largest turnout ever for the CSG Powerlifting meet and it ran smoothly and the clean-up went exceptionally fast. Thanks to all for your help.
A special thanks to Bill DePorter (AAU National Chairman) for coming out and attending the meet, judging and answering many questions.
Bill called several months ago and said he was coming out to see the meet and make a presentation - I assumed it would be a five year award. Needless to say, I was humbled at the presentation of the Brother Bennet award. The award says "In Appreciation for dedication and service given to the sport of Powerlifting". It should be obvious to all that a meet such as CSG is not put on by one person. We have a good organization with many people who make it successful.
Don McElravy has headed up the development and recruiting of referees - which has resulted in good, consistent judging. Mac has been at most meets over the past 20 years sanctioned or not, judging, helping, setting up and cleaning up. He has helped me unload the equipment late after many meets and helped cleanup after most meets. His advice and encouragement are much appreciated. Jim Putz has worked to maintain the records on the website, Jeff Shabram has put on good meets in Orchard, Dave Mlnarik and Scott Ash (CSG) have provided help and encouragement, and Bill DePorter and Ivy Schuler with AAU have been available and most helpful in answering questions, helping with sanctions, rules questions, organizational questions, providing information and advice. We have many people who volunteer each year for meet help (judges, table help, spotters and loaders, people who help set-up and cleanup) and for lifters who train and participate in this sport. Lincoln Christian School and Matt Farup have been very helpful in providing the facility to hold these meets. I am most thankful for my family for not only allowing me this "hobby" but for supporting me and participating with me in it. This award reflects the great group of people in this organization. I am thankful to get to work with such great people in this sport.