Local powerlifters get the most out of their sport
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
12:51 AM, Sunday, July 20
When Jason Banks travels to Sydney in November to compete in the Global Power Lifting/International Powerlifting Organization world championships, he hopes to stand out in the crowd.

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