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Sports Director


Employment History

  • Bench Press Division Captain
  • Team Captain
  • Sports Director
    North Georgia Video Productions/HCS-TV
  • Contributor
  • Sports Director
    North Georgia Video Productions/Hall County Sports Television

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
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IronDawgs member Garry Glenn ..., 25 Feb 2014 [cached]
IronDawgs member Garry Glenn competes at a previous meet in the bench press. SAVANNAH -- It was a day of mixed reviews for the Georgia IronDawgs at their season opener over the weekend at the Paul Anderson-Howard Cohen Weightlifting Center in Savannah.
The 'Dawgs came home with plenty of medals, as well as three "Best Lifter" awards and national and world records, but were denied the push/pull (benchpress/deadlift) overall team title at the inaugural American Powerlifting Committee (APC) International Irondawg Cup. The meet featured competition in push/pull as well as bench press- and deadlift-only classes in both equipped and raw (unequipped) divisions.
"Unfortunately, we had one of our starters not get in a lift in the bench press portion of the push/pull meet," IronDawgs bench press division captain R. Garry Glenn said.
Glenn the dean of the 'Dawgs at this contest at the age of 59 established world records for push/pull for a win in the raw master's men's 55-59-year-old, 90 kg weight class with his bench press of 142.5 kg/314.16 pounds, deadlift of 150 kg/331.69 pounds and total of 292.5 kg/644.85 pounds. On a fourth benchpress, he increased the record to 145 kg/319.67 pounds. He dropped his third deadlift of 170 kg/374.78 pounds when he tweaked his left hamstring.
"I haven't done a competitive deadlift in years, mainly because of my left hip surgery. That one is mostly titanium now," Glenn, of Oakwood, noted, "but our head coach and chief trainer Mike Kidd put together a push/pull team and wanted me to train to get back into it.
Tim "T" Moon, left, and Garry ..., 21 Oct 2013 [cached]
Tim "T" Moon, left, and Garry Glenn
"I'm very proud of all of our team members," said IronDawg Benchpress Team captain, R. Garry Glenn of Oakwood.
Glenn himself got in his opener of 140kg / 308.64 pounds before missing his next attempt at 172.5kg / 380.29 pounds by majority decision.
"I and one judge thought I had the weight locked. Two judges thought I didn't," he said with a shrug.
By R. Garry Glenn EMAIL ..., 20 July 2013 [cached]
The day's heaviest benchpress came in the Master's Men's 55-59 year-old 220 pound Equipped class and was turned in by Georgia IronDawg Benchpress team captain, R. Garry Glenn of Oakwood, a Jefferson alum. The 59 year-old Glenn, who weighed in at 202.7 on Friday opened at 365 pounds and went to 390 on his second lift before changing benchpress shirts loading the bar to 430 for a third attempt, which he didn't get.
"Heaviest bench, that's good," Glenn said with a laugh. "That's just 'cause T Moon was judging and not lifting today.
For Glenn it was his second State championship of the year after winning the APC Title in March. He won his ninth National championship at the June Athens meet.
By R. Garry ..., 8 June 2007 [cached]
By R. Garry Glenn
R. Garry Glenn of Oakwood is sports director of North Georgia Video Productions/Hall County Sports Television.
By R. Garry ..., 8 June 2008 [cached]
By R. Garry Glenn
George Bradley, Tyler Brown, and Garry Glenn
R. Garry Glenn of Oakwood won his third National Championship in the men's 50-54 year old age class, but his first at a bodyweight of 82.5 kilos (181.8795 lbs.) after earlier claiming titles in 2004 and 2007 at 90 k (198.414 lbs.).It was also his third championship in as many months after he won a Georgia State APC Title in Athens in April; the North Georgia Championships at Gainesville High in May; and the National Title in Norfolk on Friday.
The dean of the Hall delegation at 54 years old, Glenn benched 155 kilos (341.713) which equaled his bodyweight personal record and state APC bench-only record; and also earned him the APC National Championship Best Lifter in the Master Men Bench Press Division.
It was Glenn's first Best Lifter Award.He narrowly missed his 3rd attempt at 160 k (352.736 lbs.).The Best Lifter Awards are given out on the basis of bodyweight, weight lifted, and age.
"The Best Lifter award was a most pleasant surprise," Glenn said.
Glenn had won a world title in October of 2007 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada after undergoing prostate cancer surgery in June of 2006; and having a titanium heart stent implanted in July last year.
"Mike knows what he's doing, Glenn said.
Glenn is host of HCS-TV as well as a former varsity wrestling and football coach at Johnson High; and a former junior high wrestling and football coach at Jefferson.An award-winning sports journalist, he got his start at the Jackson Herald in Jefferson.
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