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    Posted: 1/28/12 at 2:07am
Has anyone thrown a lightweight women's class?  If so, what weight cut off did you use?
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l think that l would pass on a weight class for women.  You're going to find that most women have zero interest in being weighed!
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Goofy comment. Any woman that has done powerlifting, oly lifting or strongwoman has weighed in.
 
LW cut off for am strongwoman is 140, IIRC.
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We have had this discussion a few times this year. If you can find enough women that you have to have divisions, good on you. When discussed among the women, we all laugh at the idea. In the states I have thrown in, the vast majority of the girls are 160 and up. I only know of 1 female thrower in all of TX, OK, MO, LA and KS under 150. 
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