RGU Weightlifting train together and compete both together and individually. Our Olympic lifters have competed in BUCS, and compete alongside our powerlifters in Granite City, at Scottish National level and individual competitions. Everybody's welcome, whatever your current level or goal (powerlifting, olympic weightlifting, starting strongman, general strength and conditioning, etc.).

President: Jen Ivey
Vice-President: Mollie Dickie
Treasurer: Ellie Paterson
Olympic Captain & Coach: Shayne Luo
Boys Captain: Jamie Laidlaw
Girls Captain: Jamie Jensen-Fuursted
Social Events: Robyn Gray 

Regular events include:
Training Times: 14-1600 on Wednesdays, 19-2200 on Fridays - subject to change due to COVID-19 updates!    
We compete in:
Granite City
Scottish and British Powerlifting
Olympic Lifting Competitions.


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