Minn. teen takes home fifth career powerlifting title

13-year-old Storm Draayer bested the rest in the 12-13 year old dead lift and bench press at the World Association of Benchers and Dead Lifters World Championships in Reno, Nev.
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13-year-old Storm Draayer bested the rest in the 12-13 year old dead lift and bench press at the World Association of Benchers and Dead Lifters World Championships in Reno, Nev.

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