IPFWatch.com is creating Journalistic website posting news on IPF Raw Powerlifting
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Hey there!

Powerlifting is a growing sport, and the IPF is paving the way for its future with the Raw division, by far the most popular and fastest-growing form of Powerlifting.

However up until now there has been no dedicated news source for whats happening in the IPF. If you wanted to know who the best competitors were, what happened at the recent competitions, whose up-and-coming, when world records are broken, etc., you'd need to go be following the right people on Instagram, trawl through the internet, or look through the IPF's website at the results of the competitions. Therefore it it the goal of IPFWatch to provide one main source for news on Raw Powerlifting in the IPF, bringing all of these things together and into once place.

I'm doing my best to keep on top of everything, but it is a lot of work:
- keeping up with all the major competitions
- being on the lookout for up-and-coming lifters
- keeping the information on the Lifters' profile up-to-date
- conducting interviews with the top athletes
- and most significantly, writing and editing all the posts made on the site

Although Powerlifting is my personal passion and I love running the site, it is challenging and time-consuming while also being a full-time Masters student, soon to be getting a full-time job.

As such, even the smallest of donations towards myself and the website will be greatly, greatly appreciated, and will keep me motivated to produce the best quality content.
Goals
$0 of $75 per month
When I reach $175 per month, I will begin interviewing/podcasting with the top IPF athletes in video/audio format rather than just displayed via text, releasing them at least once per month on YouTube.

I will also let those of you donating send in any questions to ask the athletes live on the interview in Q&A format, along with your name shouted out (unless you'd prefer to remain anonymous).
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Hey there!

Powerlifting is a growing sport, and the IPF is paving the way for its future with the Raw division, by far the most popular and fastest-growing form of Powerlifting.

However up until now there has been no dedicated news source for whats happening in the IPF. If you wanted to know who the best competitors were, what happened at the recent competitions, whose up-and-coming, when world records are broken, etc., you'd need to go be following the right people on Instagram, trawl through the internet, or look through the IPF's website at the results of the competitions. Therefore it it the goal of IPFWatch to provide one main source for news on Raw Powerlifting in the IPF, bringing all of these things together and into once place.

I'm doing my best to keep on top of everything, but it is a lot of work:
- keeping up with all the major competitions
- being on the lookout for up-and-coming lifters
- keeping the information on the Lifters' profile up-to-date
- conducting interviews with the top athletes
- and most significantly, writing and editing all the posts made on the site

Although Powerlifting is my personal passion and I love running the site, it is challenging and time-consuming while also being a full-time Masters student, soon to be getting a full-time job.

As such, even the smallest of donations towards myself and the website will be greatly, greatly appreciated, and will keep me motivated to produce the best quality content.

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