Qualifying Totals — Men

2015 National Masters Qualifying Totals for MEN

A “15-kg rule” applies at this meet: the total of each male competitor’s first attempts (opening snatch + opening clean & jerk) must meet or exceed the number in parentheses.

Men Age Groups
Weight Category M35
35-39
M40
40-44
M45
45-49
M50
50-54
M55
55-59
M60
60-64
M65
65-69
M70
70-74
M75
75-79
M80
80-84
M85
85+
56 137 (122) 130 (115) 125 (110) 115 (100) 102 (87) 92 (77) 80 (65) 67 (52) 62 (47) 55 (40) 50 (35)
62 152 (137) 145 (130) 137 (122) 127 (112) 112 (97) 102 (87) 90 (75) 75 (60) 67 (52) 57 (42) 52 (37)
69 167 (152) 160 (145) 150 (135) 140 (125) 125 (110) 112 (97) 97 (82) 82 (67) 75 (60) 60 (45) 57 (42)
77 182 (167) 172 (157) 165 (150) 150 (135) 135 (120) 122 (107) 107 (92) 90 (75) 82 (67) 65 (50) 62 (47)
85 192 (177) 182 (167) 175 (160) 160 (145) 142 (127) 130 (115) 112 (97) 95 (80) 87 (72) 70 (55) 67 (52)
94 202 (187) 192 (177) 182 (167) 167 (152) 150 (135) 137 (122) 120 (105) 100 (85) 90 (75) 75 (60) 72 (57)
105 210 (195) 200 (185) 190 (175) 175 (160) 157 (142) 142 (127) 122 (107) 102 (87) 95 (80) 80 (65) 77 (62)
+105 217 (202) 207 (192) 197 (182) 182 (167) 165 (150) 150 (135) 127 (112) 107 (92) 100 (85) 85 (70) 82 (67)

All Qualifying totals are in kilograms.
(Number in parentheses is minimum opening total.)
Monrovia, California
Qualifying period: April 4, 2014 until March 5, 2015.

5 thoughts on “Qualifying Totals — Men”

  1. How do we update our status from pending, when we have a qualifying total? Is it updated automatically or do we have to submit something?

  2. Just curious I’m snatching 110# and Clean and Jerking 130#. Does this qualify for nationals at M 65? Where do I qualify?

    1. Larry,

      A snatch of 110 lbs is about 50 kg, and the 130 lbs is about 59 kg, giving you a total of 109 kg. If you are in the Men’s 65-69 age group, this total would have qualified you in any body-weight class 77 kg or lighter, but it would not have qualified you for the 85 kg and heavier weight classes. But these totals were in use exclusively for the 2015 National Masters back in April. Totals for next year’s National Masters may be different … if they even implement totals again.

      I hope that helps to answer your question.

    1. Chris,

      Note that the qualifying totals on this page are from the 2015 National Masters Championships. New (higher) qualifying totals for the 2017 National Masters Championships are available at http://mastersweightlifting.org/, where you can also see on the entry form that the qualifying period runs from April 3, 2016, through January 29, 2017. As long at your ETSU meet fell within that time period, you are qualified to enter the 2017 Championships.

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