Very strong lifting. I wish I was as far along as you are at your age.
My constructive criticism is that you missed each of your third attempts as a result of technical flaws. This suggests to me that you are completing near-max lifts in the gym with these same issues (depth on squat, hips on bench and hitching on the pull). I used to have a very bad uneven extension problem on the bench.
It appeared on all near-max attempts and the heavier the weight got, the worse it was. It wasn't until I changed my training to finish only reps that I could complete without extending my elbows unevenly that I fixed the problem. By finishing reps with that technical flaw, I was reinforcing a bad motor pattern when it came to heavy weights. My approach has since been that it is better to miss a lift by not completing it than it is to complete the lift with a technical flaw that will earn me red lights at a meet.
Form is definitely going to break down on max weights, but having it break down in a way that will draw reds is reinforcing bad motor patterns and should be avoided.