Ron Bath, USA – Arm Wrestler
The most succesful armwrestler that John Brzenk met in his class. He has wins against John in many tournaments from the early 90s till today. With the longevity of his succesful career he is a living Legend of our sport. › Read more
Heidi Andersson, SWE – Arm Wrestler
Heidi Andersson (born 27 February 1981, in the locality of Ensamheten (English: “Solitude”), Storuman, Sweden) is a Swedish armwrestler. She has won the World Championships in armwrestling eleven times. She is married to Swedish biathlete Björn Ferry, with which she has a son, Dante Andersson Ferry, born 19 july 2011 Championships won World Championship 1999, › Read more
Powerlifting Results For World Champions & Modern Day Legends
The International Powerlifting Federation is an international governing body for the sport of powerlifting as recognized by the General Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) as well as the International Olympic Committee via inclusion into the World Games. The IPF was founded in 1971, and comprises member federations from more than one hundred countries with › Read more
Don Reinhoudt, USA – Powerlifter & Strongman (1st Man to break the 2400 total IPF)
Donald C. Reinhoudt (born March 5, 1945) is a former world champion powerlifter and strongman from the United States. He is the first and only 4 time-in-a-row IPF World Powerlifting Superheavyweight Champion (1973 – 1976), having held all 4 of the 4 powerlifting records in his day. Don was the first man to break the › Read more
Lee Moran, USA – Powerlifter (1st 1000lb Squat)
Today, powerlifting is dominated by gear, but back in the USPF senior nationals in 1984, the first 1000 pound squat took place! It was Lee Moran! He was 5’6″, thickly muscled, but a big waist! He wore a Marathon squat suit, which was a polyester suit. His hurricane wraps by pat’s power products, were elastic. › Read more
Scot Mendelson, USA – Powerlifter – (1st 1000lb Bench Press)
Scot Mendelson (born February 21, 1969) is an American powerlifter, who specializes in the bench press. He has broken multiple world records and currently is the raw (unassisted) world record holder in the 308-pound weight class with 701 lb (318 kg) since 2002 and the equipped world record holder in the 275-pound class with 1,031 lb (468 kg) since › Read more
Andy Bolton, ENG – Powerlifter (1st 1000lb Deadlift)
Bolton won his first powerlifting competition in 1991 when he was twenty-one years of age, at a local powerlifting event called the BAWLA Yorkshire Junior Championships. Bolton has since competed in the WPO/WPC. He is the current World Powerlifting Organization “world record holder” in the total (1273 kg/2806 lb).Bolton also holds the current WPO world records in › Read more
Ed Coan, USA – Powerlifter
Edward “Ed” Ignatius Coan (born July 24, 1963) is an American powerlifter. He is widely regarded throughout the powerlifting world as the Greatest Powerlifter of all time. Ed Coan has set over 71 world records in powerlifting.[1] He became the lightest person to cross the 2,400 lb. barrier in the powerlifting total (a sum of › Read more
Kirk Karwoski, USA – Powerlifter
Kirk Karwoski is an American world champion powerlifter. Kirk is a 7 time USPF National Powerlifting Champion, a 6 time IPF World Powerlifting Champion and an IPF Junior World Powerlifting Champion. Kirk is widely considered one of the greatest squatters in the history of powerlifting, he currently holds the International Powerlifting Federation equipped world record › Read more
Andrzej Stanaszek , POL – Powerlifter
Andrzej is the first man to squat 300.5kg. @ 50.0 kg, quintuple body weight and ranked Number#1 lb x lb using the Wilks & Schwartz formula. › Read more

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On Sunday 15th August in Bangor Co.Down was the grand final of Ireland’s Strongest Man 2021.  16 of the strongest men were gathered who earned their place from a qualifier prior to the contest.  Unfortunately, the defending champion Matthew McCoy was unable to attend due to an illness.  However, this was still an incredible line
Jack Harkin Wins the Qualifier for Ireland’s Strongest Man 2021
The contest found the remainder of the All Ireland Finalists to make a 16 man line up joining the likes of Matthew McCoy, Ivan Gannon, Pa O’Dwyer, Matthew McKeegan and Peter Bremmer to see who will win this historic crown.  This contest also was for Republic of Ireland, Ulster, 95KG, & 110KG and Novice/Junior/Master Strongest
Ireland’s Strongest Man Qualifier 2021
The Ireland’s Strongest Man Qualifier will take place on Sunday 25th July at 12 Noon in Davey Jones’ Unit, 10-13 Hebron Business Park, Kilkenny.     To enter the competition and have your chance to compete against the best in Ireland complete the membership form.  ISA – ANNUAL APPLICATION FORM 2021 | Irish Strong Man  
Matthew McCoy win Ireland’s Strongest Man 2020
First UK’s Strongest Man 2021 Tour Qualifier for MK Stadium on 29th-31st May 2021 event was held in Bangor County Down. A great competition and we thank Ards and North Down Borough Council for their support. The event was filmed for RTE 2, Ch5 and was live streamed on our page by one of our

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