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ds: what about Regionals themselves? What can we expect for this year?
pb: Just like last year…we end up almost competing against ourselves haha (the small regionals). The scale of such an undertaking is so far beyond our organizational skills – dont ask me how they work!! – so instead we have a couple dudes who have been working nonstop since late February organizing various competitions around town for 12 different events spread across 2 days – olympic weightlifting & powerlifting – there are also speed & agility champsionships / throws/ladders/barbecue runs etc….it’s basically just absurd amounts of
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