July 15th, 2017 Beat Da Bawse Fundraiser

GallantMEDIA is hosting a fundraiser for a local arm wrestling champion, Alma Keuhl. Raffle prizes, dancing, a PhotoBooth, games, and a chance to arm wrestle the Champion! There will even be a PhotoBooth set up! Entertainment will be provided by the Great Canadian Warehouse. For more information, or looking to sponsor, contact us at GallantMEDIA, […]

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CANCELLED: 2017 WAL Championship in Las Vegas

Due to insufficient support of sponsors, the Las Vegas 2017 WAL Championship is canceled. At this time, we want to thank everyone who has supported Alma’s for this event, and we will keep you posted on any upcoming competitions or events Alma has planned.

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2017 WAL Championship Finalists Announced!

The list of the 2017 WAL Championship contenders is now up on the WAL website! Alma Keuhl has made it into the top 10 qualifiers in her devision, Women Left/Right Hand 148+. She’s now one step closer to hoisting the WAL Hammer of Champions! The event will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada at the […]

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Tenacious 12

The 2017 WAL Tenacious 12 event rumbled into Chicago Saturday, May 13th, with the top finishers in each class ready to stamp their tickets to the 2017 WAL Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada! Alma Keuhl muscled her way into 2nd place for both women’s left and right hand 148+. Congratulations Alma! We’ll see you in […]

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Central Ontario Armwrestling Championship

On the surprisingly warm, spring day, amateurs and pros gather with family and friends at Trudeau Park in Tweed to battle for the ArmMelters’ big prize money. Alma Keuhl was awarded both the left and right arm “Queen of the Table” and won 1st place gold for the women’s left and right 166+. Congratulations Alma […]

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Arm Melter 28 and Canadian Professional Championships

It was an intense evening of armwrestling as Canadian professionals joined to battle each other at the Great Canadian Warehouse Saturday, March 4th. Amongst approximately 20 competing members, Alma muscled her way into 1st place for women’s 144+.

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