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Johnson places second at WABDL World Championships in Reno

Susan Johnson, co-owner of Five Mountain Fitness Center, placed second in her division at the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters World Championships in Reno from Nov. 5 to 10, that featured competitors from all over the world. Johnson also broke the Hawaii State record at the event lifting 292.1 lbs., which she set in Oahu in July at the Hawaii State finals. Pictured is Johnson competing at the WABDL World Championships in Reno. (COURTESY PHOTO BY CSS Photo Design)
Susan Johnson, co-owner of Five Mountain Fitness Center, placed second in her division at the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters World Championships in Reno from Nov. 5 to 10, that featured competitors from all over the world. Johnson also broke the Hawaii State record at the event lifting 292.1 lbs., which she set in Oahu in July at the Hawaii State finals. Pictured is Johnson competing at the WABDL World Championships in Reno. (COURTESY PHOTO BY CSS Photo Design)

Susan Johnson, co-owner of Five Mountain Fitness Center, placed second in her division at the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters World Championships in Reno from Nov. 5 to 10, that featured competitors from all over the world. Johnson also broke the Hawaii State record at the event lifting 292.1 lbs., which she set in Oahu in July at the Hawaii State finals. Pictured is Johnson competing at the WABDL World Championships in Reno. (COURTESY PHOTO BY CSS Photo Design)