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Cynthia Morrison pictures

ASL interview with Cynthia Morrison

Contact Information

Miss Cynthia Morrison
P.O. BOX 2371
Palm Beach, FL 33480-2371 USA

Cynthia does exhibitions of strength by lifting very large stones. She currently competes in jousting tournaments at renaissance festivals, Scottish Highland Games events, and track & field throwing events. She has retired from powerlifting.

Scottish Highland Games
She was the first woman to compete in Scotland in the heavy athletics (turning the caber, stone throw, 28 pound weight throw, hammer throw) in 1994. Beginning in 1993, she actively competes in Scottish Highland Games throughout Florida, including Treasure Island, Orlando, Miami, and Dunedin.

She competed in the first ever World Natural Powerlifting Federation (WNPF) World Championship in 1992. She won her division's weight class as a Submaster woman. She was the first WNPF World Champion establishing world records in the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlift and Total.

In 1992, She was the American Powerlifting Alliance (APA) 1992 Submaster National Champion.

In 1992, she was named the Florida Woman Powerlifter of the Year. She also set the Florida state deadlift record.

She also set the Natural Athlete Strength Association (NASA) Bench Press Record in 1990.

In 1989, she won the American Drug Free Powerlifting Association (ADFPA) Miss Georgia Ironman.

In 1988, she became the United States Powerlifting Federation (USPF) Region III Champion.

Track and Field
In a 1998 meet in Boston, she won gold in the 20 pound weight throw as well as a gold in the 35 pound weight

Ranked #1 in the USATF women 35 in 1997

She was the two-time National champion in the 20 pound weight throw (W35) at the USA Track & Field (USATF) masters indoor championships in 1997 & 1998.

She achieved the USATF #1 ranking in the 20 pound weight throw (W35) in 1997.

USATF Masters All-American standard of excellence, #20 weight throw (W35), 1996.

She set the Florida State Records in both the Hammer and Javelin Throws (W30) in 1994.

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