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Currently resting from the USAPL American Open in December.
Scott Yard is a 2004 graduate of Western Maryland College. . He is a 12 year veteran to the sport of power lifting who has lifted on many stages. As an equipped lifter in 2006 Scott broke the all-time world record total for the 275-lb class. This was done at the age of 23. His 2605-lb total consists of a 1050 squat, 840 bench, and a 715 deadlift. Scott’s 840 bench at one time was the heaviest recorded bench to date in a full meet across all weight classes. In early 2007 Scott placed third overall in the 242 plus division at the WPO ARNOLD bench bash. Later that year Scott placed third in the 242 plus division at the inaugural IPA PRO-AM. Scott currently competes raw. In November of 2010 he fulfilled a long term goal of totaling 2000 lbs raw in the 275 weight class. Scotts best competition raw lifts include 765 in the squat, 505 in the bench, and 755 in the deadlift. Scott currently competes raw in the USAPL and won 2011 USAPL Raw nationals in the 242 class. In March of 2012 Scott competed at the Arnold Raw Challenge at the 231 weight class and came in second place. Scott trains out of Club Natural Gym in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and hopes to compete for many years to come. By day Scott is the Asistant Director of Vocational services for a nonprofit agency that supports Adults with developmental disabilities
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