April 28th–30th is the date for Australia and Oceania’s Premiere Fitness Event, the Fitness Show Sydney. 50,000 fitness fans will be in attendance to view the latest in Fitness trends and Powerlifting is right at the forefront of what’s hot and new.

Powerlifting will be the prime feature all three days of the Show. We start with the Sydney’s finest in the Open on Friday. Then Saturday and Sunday is all international action, with two Sessions of the Pacific Invitational plus the Pro Bench Press and Pro Deadlift. Powerlifting Australia has secured some of the Worlds best lifters, as well as showcasing our region’s best. Just some of the lifters and matchups will be —

— is he the Worlds Strongest Man? Jeza Uepa will be Squatting 470kg+ and Totalling 1100Kg+ on Sunday afternoon, backed up by Nauru’s unparalleled team of World Record setters —Bronco, Deamo and Sisquo

— who is the greatest Bencher in the Pacific? World Record holder Daiki Kodama of Japan or Australia’’s own World Champion Caleb Voice? Find out in the Pro Bench at 10.30a.m. Sunday

— who’s the strongest? Crossfitters? Weightlifters? Powerlifters? Tia Toomey will tell you on Friday afternoon — Australia’s Crossfit Great and Olympic Games Weightlifter now takes on the Record book in Powerlifting!

— can a 57 year old man Squat 740lb? Dave Ricks(USA) says so and will show you on Sunday afternoon

— Brett Gibbs (NZ) will avenge his World Record loss of 2016, Tony Reinmuth wants to claim back the Australia’s Strongest Man crown, 59kg of fury, Kevin Gray, is plotting a WR surprise and JP Cauchi has vowed to shake off his Yesterday’s Man hoodoo, all as Australia and New Zealand’s best compete across the 3 days

— and the region’s Strongest Women will be in action, with World Records sure to come from Liz Craven at 52kg and Yani Zhao at 84kg.

More info and tickets at www.fitness-show.com.au — book now for the Powerlifting event of the year!