The 2023 805 SUMMER JAM
996 Lawrence Drive, Newbury Park, California
June 24, 2023
June 24, 10:00AM: 2023 California Strongest Team
June 25, 10:00AM: 2023 Armlifting SUPER SERIES STAGE ONE
The California Strongest Team Championship is a Strongman Corporation Level 1 contest OPEN to all NAS/Strongman Corporation member athletes. The three (3) athletes on the winning Team will qualify for National Championship! Weight categories are: LWW -140lb; MWW – 180lb; HWW 181lb and above; LWM -175lb; WWM -200lb; MWM -231lb; HWM 232lb and above.
Awards for each team member On 1st through 3rd team, California Strongest Team will RECEIVE special trophy.
Entry Fee: $50.00 for each athlete in Team Competition ONLY; including TEAM participation payable with entry form at
Team Captain should REGISTER all team members at the same time.
ENTRY DEADLINE: June 10,2023
Hotel Information: TBD
Format of Competition:
The California Strongest Team Championship be contested over 4 Disciplines. Teams’ order in ALL Disciplines are determined by reverse order of received TEAM entry including all fees. Ties in the overall standing shall be broken by finish in previous Discipline. Each TEAM shall consist of three (3) athletes any size/weight, at least one woman and at least one man (i.e. 1 man 2 women, or 2 men 1 woman). Each team members body weight category determines the weight of the individual athlete’s implements in each discipline (see below) and each team member must participate in all four team disciplines. Teams may represent their city, their place of work, their gym, a group of friends, or nothing in particaular! This is your choice. Each team must have a NAME though…keep it
Timed Disciplines shall be hand timed, and distances shall be measured by standard measuring device. The score in a Discipline shall be determined by placement and based on the number of TEAMs starting in the first Discipline of the contest. Winner of an event gets 1 point, second place 2 points etc. If an TEAM pass on a Discipline or fail to get a measurable result in a Discipline, he will receive maximum points (i.e. fails to get one repetition in a Discipline for maximum repetitions, fails to lift the opening weight in a max lift, etc.). The score for a placement shall remain the same through an entire competition (i.e. if the maximum points is 10 points in the first Discipline, it will remain 10 points in subsequent Disciplines even if the field of TEAMs has been reduced by attrition).
Schedule of Events
Friday JUNE 23, 2023
2:00PM –5:00PM Weigh-in and check in and Strongman Corporation Registration, California Team Championship.
8:30AM: Late weigh-in and check in and Strongman Corporation Registration
9:30AM: Rules Meeting: Athletes and officials
10:00AM: Strongman Carry Relay
Teams will compete one at a time, but each implement can be performed in any order in a relay fashion:
One Athlete will pick-up a weight implement and “duck walk” it for 40 feet up and back (total 80 feet);
another Athlete will pick-pup a a pair of Farmers Walk implements and carry for 40 feet up and back
(total 80 feet); a third Athlete will pick-up and carry a Super Yoke for 40 feet up and back (total 80
feet). Multiple set down allowed re allowed on all implements, but no sliding will be allowed! If either
TEAM member does not finish their respective segments, the next athlete can be tagged to finish the
segment before starting his/her own segment. Fastest time to complete or furthest overall distance wins.
Each Team has 2 minutes to complete the course.
11:00AM: Team Overhead Medley
TEAMs will compete one at a time in reverse order of standing: Athlete One will clean and press/jerk a
LOG overhead for reps; while Athlete Two will clean and press/jerk an AXLE overhead for reps; and
Athlete Three will clean and press/jerk a Giant Dumbbell overhead for reps. Each lift must be
“cleaned” and lifted overhead. Each TEAM will have 60 seconds to perform as many overhead lifts as
possible. TEAM with most overall completed lifts wins.
12:00PM: Team Deadlift Medley
TEAMs will compete one at a time in reverse order of standing: Athlete One will deadlift a powerlifting
bar loaded with standard plates for reps; while Athlete Two will deadlift an Apollon’s AXLE with Rogue
wheels for reps; and Athlete Three will deadlift a Trap Bar (side-handle) for reps. Each TEAM will have
60 seconds to perform as many overhead lifts as possible. TEAM with most overall completed lifts wins.
NO straps allowed.
1:00PM: Beast War Team Challenge
Teams will compete one at a time reverse order of standing: Each Team member will participate in
moving (by any means, although kegs cannot be rolled) the most objects from starting area to finish area
(40 feet apart) in the least amount of time. Most objects moved within 2-minute time limit or the fastest
Team complete all objects wins. Objects will include weighted sled, aluminum blocks, sand bags, anchor
chain, kegs etc. Object must be carried, dragged or pushed; but NOT rolled.
4:00PM: Award Ceremony
Sunday JUNE 25, 2023
2023 Armlifting World SUPER SERIES STAGE ONE
8:00am Weigh-In and Registration ARMLIFTING SUPER SERIES
EVENTS – All for max weight
Event 1: Two Hand DOH Blue Fat Gripz DEADLIFT
Event 2: One Hand 3″ Country Crush Block DEADLIFT
Event 3: One Hand Rogue Grandfather Clock DEADLIFT
Membership: Athletes must be members of Armlifting USA and can sign up on ArmliftingUSA.com for $20.00 for one year.
Stage 2: August 19
Promoters can hold a contest on any of those days in the window listed above.
VENUES: Multiple in US + International venues
See list of current venues www.armliftingusa.com
FORMAT: Unlimited attempts (60 sec. time limit on each attempt) in a last man standing contest. If the athlete misses an attempt, he or she is done for that event.
SCORING: Places and scores will be percentage based. Stage 1 and Stage 2 will be cumulative. There would be three events each stage, plus additional events if the promoter wanted to run them. The top score could be 600 points if an athlete won every event of both stages.
WEIGH-INS: The weigh-ins have to be on the morning of the contest. Contest promoters are responsible for providing an accurate scale to conduct weigh-ins.
PRIZE MONEY: A minimum of $5000 will be divided among the men’s and women’s classes based on participation IN THE International competition.
2:00PM – LOCAL Awards
Disciplines order, weight and rules are subject to refinement and change without notice.