Langley’s Adam Masse won the bronze medal at the Canadian national weightlifting championships.
The 24-year-old lifted a total of 287 kilograms — 130 kg in the snatch and 157 kg in the clean and jerk — to place third overall for his division.
He was competing in the 77-kg division at the competition, which was held at the Richmond Olympic Oval May 20-22.
A pair of Quebec lifters — Francis Luna-Grenier and Jerome Boisclair — won first and second, respectively, after each lifting a combined 294 kgs.
The trio also finished one-two-three out of the 104 competitors under the Sinclair Rating, which compares the different weight classes.
Another Langley lifter, Tyler McLennan, placed seventh in the 85-kg division.
He lifted a total of 270 kg.
Both Masse and McLennan train out of Langley’s Campus Crossfit.