loadpornmovies.com Newell looks to Salisbury team mate Arnold for golden inspiration
Newell looks to Salisbury team mate Arnold for golden inspiration PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 20 November 2009 23:42

PAUL Newell will be looking to emulate the success of fellow Salisbury powerlifter Neil Arnold when he takes to the stage at the World Championships in Bournemouth today (Saturday).
Arnold struck gold on the opening day of this week's five day event at the BIC, claiming the first world title of his career despite having to cope with a serious calf injury.
Newell would dearly love to win the prestigious 100kg category after having to settle for second place in last year's finals in Florida despite having posted a personal best total of 900kg.
However, he will need to be back to his very best to feature among the medals in his homeland in what is sure to be a highly competitive section.
The 31-year-old suffered an uncharacteristic slip up at this summer's British Championships, also held at the BIC.
However, the Great Britain team selectors accepted that his performance that day was simply a blip and kept faith in him by naming him in the squad.
World champion Shawn Frankl has not made the trip to the UK as his coach is seriously ill back home in the USA, meaning that emerging Russian star Andrey Belyaev has been installed as favourite.
Newell's preparations for the event have gone well and he will head to Dorset in a positive mood after a schedule that certainly served his Salisbury colleague well.
"Neil and I have added some new elements to our training, including some ultra-heavy overlaod training which has produced some excellent results," said Newell.
The competition starts at 9am and admission is £10.

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 November 2009 00:07

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