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  1. There’s always the question of who is truly the king of the mountain and I think we no longer need to talk about it. This morning Carl sent me video which was just unbelievable yet of course absolutely believable- Carl doing a perfectly strict 45 lb rogue bumper plate curl. Inconceivable power. No one ever has replicated such a thing. He holds records at this point on so many lifts I can’t even count them all - 216 ghp 9 gripper for a double, 288+ 3” Saxon, 3” & 2” crusher WR, flask WR, 500+ easy axle, inch bell clean @height of 6’10”! 92lb+ one hand saxon snatch, 3” Saxon curl WR, a bunch I can’t think of but you can find-the list just goes on and on. Carl a mountain of a man yet humble and kind. He’s truly unique in his strength through the history of serious grip competitors. Perhaps some other people are currently sitting on a record- do you think Carl could take it? The only discipline we haven’t seen from Carl is bending but personally I feel if he gets the bug it will be historic. I’m curious how many of you are aware of Carl and any predictions you have of him going forward?
    22 points
  2. Just ran across this epic vid of @Ivan Cuk smashing some grippers with Larry Wheels! Make sure to check it out guys. Ivan you're a legend! Edit: Just noticed the thumbnail, props for that
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  3. Without further ado, I'm please to announce the event line-up for the 2023 International King Kong Grip Challenge: 2.25" Crusher IronMind Block (6" lift) Finnish Ball 2.5" Jug (FBBC) The main contest date is October 28th. I'll soon be reaching out to last year's promoters with a complete information package. This said, if you've never hosted a King Kong venue and think you might be interested, please reach out to me via private message. Now in its 11th year, the International King Kong Grip Challenge is the world's biggest multi-venue grip contest.
    18 points
  4. CPW is almost done with a list we are pretty excited about. I think we’re going to call it Cannon PowerList. There will be special custom grippers rated from 50 to 220 lbs, every 10 pounds. You can get on the list for as many levels as you like, or just one. There won’t be a sign-up, per se, but rather a product like the Pre-rated section that lists all the grippers. If the one you want is in stock, that means you can request it. It will come with everything you need to attempt and also return packaging and label. It will start as domestic only to work the kinks out and we would hope to open it up International. Coming soon! (Hopefully )
    18 points
  5. Welcome to the CoC 4 club Tiziano! We are a rare breed indeed! And hey, don’t listen to the haters and doubters! I’m a CoC 4 closer myself and people always doubt my claims even though I have provided unquestionably solid proof of my 4 close. People are just jealous of our strength. Take care brother!
    17 points
  6. Feeling very honored to be the first Greek athlete to get certified in Crushed To Dust https://youtu.be/mJM5JsxGU5U
    16 points
  7. I’d love to sit here and take a big steamy pile of s%*+ all over a couple members here and rub this lift in their face. But I’m trying to turn a new leaf. just like I promised I would, here is the 400lb+ bench I said I would do. Complete with uncut and unedited footage of the lift and weight measurement on a legit postal scale. Only took me about 3-1/2 years from the time I first said I wanted to bench 400 outloud. But I put my money where my mouth is. Didn’t I?
    16 points
  8. Becca lifted the Inch. Full youtube video (also on instagram rebeccarobertsstrongwoman)
    16 points
  9. Daniil Balanel, who last year won juniors under 13 years, and this year - under 15, he has congenital joint dysplasia. But despite this, he had been in karate from 7 years old and for two years in the gym. Three days after he took part in KK22, his right knee dislocated almost 30 degrees to the side. Today I visited his in hospital. The guy is most worried that he is late to start prepare for KK23 and conveys greetings and respect to everyone with whom, albeit virtual, he competed this year!
    16 points
  10. It's only been a few days, but looks like we all missed it: https://www.ironmind.com/news/Carl-Myerscough-Breaks-Apollons-Axle-World-Record-237.5-kg/
    15 points
  11. 10th Annual International King Kong Grip Challenge "The Biggest Grip Sport Contest on the Planet" Main Contest Date: Saturday, October 29th, 2022 Multi-City Mega Contest For the first time in King Kong history, FIVE events will be contested! Events: 2.25” Crusher (FBBC) – 6” Lift Grab Ball (FBBC) – 6” Lift Finnish Ball (Otevoima) – 13” Lift Flask (Barrel Strength Systems) – 7.5” Lift Little Big Horn (IronMind) – 6” Lift Divisions: ● Men: 59kg / 66kg / 74kg / 83kg / 93kg / 105kg / 120kg / 120+kg ● Men’s Masters 50+ Years: Open ● Women: 57 kg / 72kg / 84kg / 100kg / 100+kg Youth Divisions (offered at individual promoters' discretion): • Boys 7 and under • Boys 8-10 • Boys 11-13 • Boys 14-15 • Boys 16-17 • Girls 7 and under • Girls 8-10 • Girls 11-13 • Girls 14-15 • Girls 16-17 Divisions not officially offered in the contest will still be tracked for GSI records purposes. Awards (open classes) Custom King Kong gorilla sculptures for the following: ● All class champions ● The overall top lifter in each event ● The Exceptional Lifter (best pound-for-pound performance) ● The overall men's and women's champions ("The King Kong of Grip" and "The Queen Kong of Grip") Custom gorilla medals for 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each class Youth awards: Medals for top 3 in each division Reverse strongman scoring will be used. Confirmed Venues (So Far): North America: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Eric Roussin Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada – Brad Provick Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada – Darren Hennig Sioux City, Iowa, USA – Andrew Pantke Wyalusing, Pennsylvania, USA – Jedd Johnson Fort Worth, Texas, USA – Adam Glass Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA – Nick Sanders Bethesda, Ohio, USA - Mike Saffell Woodbury, Minnesota, USA - Joel Dircks New Jersey, USA - Tim Butler and Cesare Ricchezza (Chez) Lecompton, Kansas, USA - Chad Gustin and Ben Edwards Vancouver, Washington, USA - Frank and Addam Chaudoin Pullman, Washington, USA - Mike Wilfong Carbondale, Colorado, USA - Steve Millard and Jemery Everding Aberdeen, North Carolina, USA - Zach Mullins El Segundo (Los Angeles), California, USA -Will Giuliani South America: Santiago, Chile - Bruno Gonzalez Andres and Oscar Celis Europe: Kuusamo, Finland – Matti Siikaluoma Luumaki, Finland – Arto Joronen Järvenpää, Finland – Harri Tolonen Arendal, Norway – Thomas Larsen Hertfordshire, England – Jerome Bloom Kent, England – Jenn Tibbenham St. Petersburg, Russia – Alexander Andreev Ukraine - Ivan Pupchenko Oceania: Regents Park, Australia – David Butterworth Minto, Australia - Thomas Claxton Blue Mountains, Australia - Ben Cossey More venues to be added as they are confirmed....
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  12. So the first time I saw an inch was at Paul & Eric’s Metroflex mayhem 3 in Jan 2011- in the medley I lifted one of the Metroflex ones but missed the double lift. I took 3rd that day with a 158/160 gripper / 214 pinch / 386 axle and I think 3rd for medley? The first time I lifted the proper inch replica was that June of 2011 at Chris Rice house for US Nationals - I took 2nd that year and the events were a big spread I can’t remember the exact events - at that time of year my RT was 210-215 ish DOHA was 393-396 and euro was 220 ish. In Sept that year I bought a pair of them from Jason Adamski and once having daily access my lifts took off. In 2012 my axle was consistent 425-430/ RT 220/ Euro 245-250 ish. of all the equipment I’ve ever used nothing is even close in value to the Thomas inch- including bells under 78 kg or over. For a single tool to do so much it’s just absolutely stellar. Every year of things I accomplished the underlying foundation has been thousands of lifts on the bells. We have so many lifters here who can do it and who have shown up for contests I can share a few more folks who may interest you Vinnie- Tanner lifted my Adamski bell which was 172 weighing 171 and than since he has lifted my 200 lb inch at 196 lb, he has lifted my 213 lb green bell weighing 210 and lifted the 228 Holle bell weighing 224 lb. He has always been at 240+ on RT since I have lifted with him and went from an axle of 393 to 465. On crusher lifts he is pound for pound the best I’ve seen ever. Matt Brouse was good on the inch with RT 210-215 and 393-417 on axle Riccardo Magni lifted Tanners inch with a 215 RT and 380 axle Tommy JR has lifted his Sorinex bell, my fbbc bell and tanners bell with an RT at 200-205 and axle 355-360. Eric Milfeld has lifted Tanners slater bell with RT 185-190 axle 355-360. Issac Newton lifted my fbbc inch & Tanners Slator when he was at 195 rt and 373 axle - he btw has the best collection of inch bells in the country he owns like every size available in pairs. David Troutt lifted my inch first try with RT 225 and axle 435 Stephen Anderson has lifted the fbbc bell I own and Tanners slater bell with RT 195 axle 350 DJ Dogget lifted my fbbc inch first try with rt 250 and axle 480 than went one to lift my 200 recently here at the shop <- in a contest this match absolutely marvelous fatbar strength on this one. Clay Edgin has lifted my fbbc bells 80&90 kg he is consistently 225-231 RT and axle 425 Lance Lewis lifted TJs Sorinex bell and my fbbc bell first try with a 225 RT- I haven’t seen him axle yet but he will easily be 440-450 first try. two arm wrestlers I have seen lift the inch was Adam Irrgang who can do it thumbless but not overhand he owns one of my old Adamski bells and the big man from Oklahoma Matt Satori did it with absolute confidence. take a ways — lifters who can easily pull 550+ tend to do well with the inch. Lifters who can get 195-200 on RT tend to lift it. In situations where they can lift it but can’t do the RT it’s usually large hands plus a good wrist. Smaller handed men will need much more thumb to stop the turn but let us all remember Yves lifting the bell at a body weight around 150 so nothing can be counted out. Lifters with elbow tendinitis problems will likely miss their lift but could get it if they were more healed. Most of these men listed above can also easily hub 45/lift a blob/pinch 45s so all have above thumb power regardless of how much or little they have tried those things.
    15 points
  13. this is just incredible- this is DJ he is 26 years old. Former college football player. He’s 6’5” about 233-235 lb. On Saturday at Metroflex Fort Worth he tried the inch for the first time - he was successful in easily lifting the bell overhand & Thumbless on sight BUT THEN after maxing out his DOH axle / Saxon and a rep attempt with the inch he sticks the hand to hand pass! Just absolutely a monster on thick bar. Team Texas is extremely grateful to add such a rock star to our ranks. More clips of DJ will be coming when we can get him out to my barn for a team practice. If he sticks around I predict he will be a Major level threat to the top 10 list before Christmas. his best doh axle on the Ironmind Apollon bar was 465 lb- then he attempted 480 and got it above the knee. 500 within 12 months I’m certain he will achieve
    15 points
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  15. Yesterday I attended the third New Gripmas, hosted by Chris "Tank" and Amber Andrade at Charter Arms in Shelton, CT. My hope and expectation was to get a silver bullet hold for any amount of time on a COC4 (I've done plenty of holds of 10 or more seconds on a 3.5 in comp), find out how I'd do on the other two events (Napalm 2-hand pinch and Napalm 2 3/8 rolling handle), and bomb the medley (as usual). And in my weight class were Clint (who I knew would beat me) and a newbie who came with Chez. As always, it was a fun and well-run comp, and as often is the case for me, I got the adrenalin rush and did better than I had a right to expect. We started with silver bullet, which I knew would be my best event. I drew number 2 however, unlike the last two years when I drew a later number and got to see how everyone else did on grippers before I went. So I didn't know what I had to beat. In the previous two Gripmases, I performed unexpectedly well on the gripper event AFTER Jedd had already gone, and just edged him out. But this time I went first. I got a WILD personal PR of 15 seconds on a COC 4, without even using my legs to set it (it was a light 4, and I am not great at leg setting anyway, so it was the perfect gripper for me to do this). Then Chez went. CHEZ. And ... he also got 15 seconds. Last year, it was a competition for second place to Chez on the gripper event. But a tie with the King of Grippers? I was salivating, but Jedd, the King of All Grip, had yet to go. And this was Jedd's gripper we were using. And Jedd had previously done well over 20 seconds on this gripper. And Jedd knew what he had to beat. And Jedd is a great competitor. So my luck ran out. He beat it. No white tiger upsetting the Kings this time, but that was a massive PR for me nonetheless -- longer than I ever held the bullet even on a 3.5. Well that was all I came to do; I had no right to expect that much on a COC4, and nothing else I could do at this comp would add or take away much from that. But on the second event, 2-hand pinch, I was neck-and-neck with Clint. I got 105kg for my third attempt and he got 107kg. I gambled and went for 110kg for my last attempt. I had never tried this implement before that day and 105 felt ok. 110 went up, but it wasn't easy. Clint, wanting to beat me, waited for 112 and got air but missed. I was now ahead in two of the three events. But of course, the next event was the rolling handle. Suffice to say, Clint was winning that one and, unlike the first two events, it would not be close. I got 75kg for my fourth attempt, and Clint had not even taken his first attempt yet. I am not even sure where he finished, but it was way more than that. All that remained was the medley, an event where I never do well. But there was still hope for a coup for me to beat Clint: there were actually several medleys planned, and the person in last place at the end of the comp was going to be allowed to choose which medley would be run. One of the options was grippers (can you say, "Vin"?), and one was blobs (can you say, "Clint"?). And the person in last place was Chez's newbie. And Chez was chanting "grippers." He picked grippers. I might actually beat Clint at a competition. But it was not to be. At the last minute, the newbie looked at a bunch of blobs and got a hard-on fast. "What are THOSE, big, beautiful balls?" All of a sudden I heard, "The medley will be blobs." And here I was, with four blobs in my car that I had just given to Tim Butler because I never use them. Never. I am a gripper snob. And I guess I dabble in pinch. A blob medley. I got up to the half 90, but I could not get the 50-pound blob. I budged it, but not going up. I just don't DO blobs. Clint repped it. This was the way it was supposed to go. Had the newbie chosen grippers, which really only Chez and I would have preferred, I might have beaten Clint, but it would have been a hollow victory, based on a good bet on the pinch by me and a bad bet by Clint, and two events out of four being my best implements. This result was far better rounded, and the best men won. Jedd won every event, Chez came in second, Luke in third, Tim fourth, and Clint fifth. I finished just behind Clint, right in the middle of the pack -- but it was a tough pack! This was a fun, fun comp in a cool gun factory with cool hosts and excellent sausage, egg, and cheese sandwiches and doughnuts. Thanks, Tank and family, and to all the competitors. Can't wait for more.
    15 points
  16. Inch Bell is 172. First Blob is Blobzilla (half 130), the Fatman Blob and Next Gen Blob. No bracing the Inch against the body. Extremely complex feat, given the need to hold the Inch so long while also changing directions up and down, not to mention the footwork required. Took me 3 or 4 workouts to get it.
    14 points
  17. GripBoard exclusive! This thread can be used for requests regarding the "Last 10" for any gripper level we sell. Our Ratings Data does not always tell the whole story regarding where ratings are landing for the current stock. Ratings do seem to trend based on the latest supply we have received. ======================================================================== Consolidated requests When any level is re-requested then I will overwrite this list with the more recent figures. Added most recent update date. Last 10 IronMind #2.5: Min 123, Max 129, Average 126 7/7/22 Last 10 IronMind #3: Min 144, Max 152, Average 149 7/6/22 Last 10 IronMind #3.5: Min 165, Max 175, Average 170 7/6/22 Last 10 Standard Ag: Min 80, Max 86, Average 83 7/8/22 Last 10 Standard Au: Min 94, Max 96, Average 95 7/8/22 Last 10 Standard Pt: Min 111, Max 119, Average 116 7/9/22 Last 10 Standard Fe: Min 135, Max 140, Average 138 8/23/22 Last 10 Standard Co: Min 160, Max 165, Average 163 10/3/22 Last 10 Standard Ti: Min 171, Max 177, Average 175 7/14/22 Last 10 Grip Genie Level 6: Min 168, Max 192, Average 179 7/8/22 Last 10 GHP Level 3: Min 69, Max 72, Average 70 7/8/22 Last 10 GHP Level 4: Min 88, Max 92, Average 89 7/8/22 Last 10 GHP Level 5: Min 106, Max 115, Average 110 7/9/22 Last 10 GHP Level 6: Min 124, Max 128, Average 126 7/9/22 Last 10 GHP Level 8: Min 175, Max 178, Average 176 9/30/22 Last 10 GHP Level 9: Min 206, Max 217, Average 212 7/8/22 Last 10 Heavy Grips 350: Min 167, Max 183, Average 175 10/3/22 Last 10 RB 330N: Min 154, Max 162, Average 157 10/3/22 Last 10 RB 365N: Min 179, Max 185, Average 182 9/30/22
    14 points
  18. 2022 International King Kong Grip Challenge - RESULTS 26 venues spread over four continents 218 total open division competitors – 170 men + 48 women 39 youth division competitors Reverse strongman scoring - Ties broken using the countback method Men’s Overall Standings Position - Competitor Name - Total Points - Crusher Points - Grab Ball Points – Finnish Ball Points – Flask Points - Little Big Horn Points 1 - Pupchenko Ivan - 30 - 8 - 11 - 1 – 6 - 4 = “THE KING KONG OF GRIP” 2 - Jedd Johnson - 37 - 13 - 6 - 4 - 5 - 9 3 - Arto Joronen - 37.5 - 6 - 1 - 14.5 - 9 - 7 4 - Nick Sanders - 59 - 9 - 25 - 12 - 2 - 11 5 - Brad Provick - 61 - 12 - 3 - 23 - 17 - 6 6 - Harri Tolonen - 61.5 - 18.5 - 12 - 2 - 9 - 20 7 - Jason Dingey - 62 - 5 - 5 - 17 - 19 - 16 8 - Alexey Tyukalov - 64.5 - 2 - 13.5 - 28 - 9 - 12 9 - Joseph Hodgson - 71 - 17 - 2 - 7 - 32 - 13 10 - Simon Stewart - 71 - 20 - 20 - 3 - 3 - 25 11 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 77.5 - 21 - 28 - 25.5 - 1 - 2 12 - Ben Cossey - 93.5 - 23 - 7 - 8.5 - 37 - 18 13 - Steve Millard - 95.5 - 28 - 9 - 10 - 15.5 - 33 14 - Joel Dircks - 103 - 11 - 8 - 27 - 14 - 43 15 - Santeri Mikkonen - 103 - 44 - 10 - 11 - 15.5 - 22.5 16 - Thomas Larsen - 107.5 - 16 - 24 - 33 - 24.5 - 10 17 - Johannes Lampinen - 112.5 - 40 - 13.5 - 5 - 34 - 20 18 - Luke Raymond - 117 - 46 - 15 - 49 - 4 - 3 19 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 120.5 - 18.5 - 19 - 44 - 9 - 30 20 - Clint Ziegler - 134 - 65 - 35 - 6 - 13 - 15 21 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 144.5 - 32 - 39 - 39.5 - 29 - 5 22 - Eric Roussin - 147 - 4 - 55 - 30 - 30 - 28 23 - Tom Denmeade - 154 - 47 - 18 - 41 - 31 - 17 24 - Joni Koponen - 166.5 - 51 - 4 - 20.5 - 61 - 30 25 - Potapenko Dmytro - 170.5 - 10 - 59 - 39.5 - 54 - 8 26 - Andy Munsey - 171 - 22 - 42 - 34 - 18 - 55 27 - Petri Rantalainen - 173.5 - 59 - 38 - 14.5 - 36 - 26 28 - Tim Butler - 174 - 25 - 47 - 56 - 45 - 1 29 - Grant Thompson - 174.5 - 15 - 45.5 - 51.5 - 9 - 53.5 30 - Zach Mullins - 177.5 - 39 - 17 - 63 - 21 - 37.5 31 - John Enzenauer - 179.5 - 26 - 53.5 - 35 - 38 - 27 32 - Jarno Hyväri - 183.5 - 33 - 28 - 25.5 - 67 - 30 33 - Glen Krutli - 185 - 45 - 32 - 50 - 23 - 35 34 - Tommi Hietamies - 185.5 - 81 - 28 - 18.5 - 12 - 46 35 - Adam Cohen - 199 - 36 - 45.5 - 61 - 24.5 - 32 36 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 200 - 58 - 22.5 - 57.5 - 48 - 14 37 - Bryce Johnson - 211 - 3 - 62 - 77 - 33 - 36 38 - Samuel Pöyry - 214 - 69 - 66 - 14.5 - 42 - 22.5 39 - Michael Rogowski - 216 - 77.5 - 26 - 14.5 - 40.5 - 57.5 40 - Glenn Hunter - 219.5 - 68 - 40.5 - 22 - 55 - 34 41 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 224 - 1 - 43.5 - 67.5 - 49.5 - 62.5 42 - James Jeffers - 230.5 - 14 - 22.5 - 86 - 84 - 24 43 - Dave Thorton - 236 - 35 - 49 - 38 - 28 - 86 44 - Ben Helms - 240.5 - 34 - 21 - 104 - 44 - 37.5 45 - Leiv Sødal - 248.5 - 24 - 65 - 83 - 26.5 - 50 46 - Tkach Alexander - 260 - 55 - 70 - 45 - 39 - 51 47 - Veikko Mikkonen - 268.5 - 72 - 64 - 18.5 - 56.5 - 57.5 48 - Tyler Olsen - 275 - 75 - 36.5 - 64 - 35 - 64.5 49 - Tony Coward - 277 - 74 - 72.5 - 8.5 - 43 - 79 50 - Marko Honkasalo - 283 - 66 - 34 - 20.5 - 91.5 - 71 51 - Mike Gentile - 287.5 - 7 - 43.5 - 167.5 - 49.5 - 20 52 - Evan Norton - 290.5 - 57 - 53.5 - 90 - 22 - 68 53 - Rudi Mineur - 304.5 - 82.5 - 61 - 29 - 65.5 - 66.5 54 - Matti Siikaluoma - 308 - 63 - 107 - 31 - 60 - 47 55 - Al Block - 309.5 - 49 - 52 - 87 - 73 - 48.5 56 - Scott Pirsak - 310.5 - 64 - 16 - 57.5 - 96 - 77 57 - Travis Weinand - 317 - 30 - 60 - 67.5 - 85.5 - 74 58 - Tony Madline - 317.5 - 52 - 33 - 100 - 40.5 - 92 59 - Michael Kirwin - 326.5 - 97 - 40.5 - 66 - 65.5 - 57.5 60 - Mike Saffell - 331 - 38 - 56 - 94 - 99 - 44 61 - Alejandro Saravia - 332 - 29 - 58 - 88 - 68 - 89 62 - Panchenko Michail - 332.5 - 53 - 81 - 36.5 - 53 - 109 63 - Dubovich Roman - 334.5 - 99 - 91 - 46 - 46.5 - 52 64 - Eric Zurloff - 338.5 - 85 - 36.5 - 106 - 62.5 - 48.5 65 - David Butterworth - 340.5 - 97 - 31 - 48 - 98 - 66.5 66 - Ilia Makarov - 342.5 - 31 - 93 - 92 - 69 - 57.5 67 - Tyler Yeager - 345.5 - 62 - 86 - 78.5 - 59 - 60 68 - Jeremy Everding - 352 - 41 - 95 - 109 - 20 - 87 69 - William Reed - 352 - 67 - 84 - 95.5 - 64 - 41.5 70 - Tony King - 354.5 - 56 - 57 - 82 - 78 - 81.5 71 - Colton Storm - 360 - 50 - 67.5 - 140 - 26.5 - 76 72 - Zach Ebel - 361.5 - 27 - 82 - 80.5 - 103 - 69 73 - Ron Pawlus - 366.5 - 60 - 51 - 74 - 75.5 - 106 74 - Ben Claridad - 371.5 - 48 - 114 - 116 - 52 - 41.5 75 - Chaz Strange - 377.5 - 71 - 63 - 78.5 - 72 - 93 76 - Guliaev Michail - 378 - 90 - 83 - 36.5 - 87 - 81.5 77 - Chad Gustin - 378 - 43 - 67.5 - 70.5 - 122 - 75 78 - Petri Partanen - 381.5 - 76 - 71 - 84 - 56.5 - 94 79 - Noah Palmer - 384 - 42 - 77 - 100 - 95 - 70 80 - Bryan Murphy - 384 - 84 - 79.5 - 93 - 74 - 53.5 81 - Vakula Evgeniy - 385.5 - 111 - 110 - 32 - 93.5 - 39 82 - Pat Mielcarz - 394 - 82.5 - 72.5 - 105 - 89 - 45 83 - Josh Culpepper - 403.5 - 107.5 - 79.5 - 70.5 - 58 - 88 84 - Jari Taipale - 409 - 141.5 - 30 - 55 - 85.5 - 97 85 - Anthony Clarino - 413 - 127 - 75 - 62 - 88 - 61 86 - Tomi Kesti - 414.5 - 97 - 102 - 53 - 62.5 - 100 87 - Landon Eckhart - 417 - 113.5 - 87 - 54 - 82.5 - 80 88 - Vladimir Eganov - 422 - 61 - 93 - 74 - 90 - 104 89 - Sam Milhoan - 426.5 - 80 - 96 - 74 - 75.5 - 101 90 - Alexander Andreev - 440 - 109 - 50 - 47 - 118 - 116 91 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 442 - 89 - 124 - 59.5 - 129.5 - 40 92 - Albert Kravchenko - 448.5 - 95 - 74 - 42 - 104 - 133.5 93 - Jerome Bloom - 453 - 131 - 69 - 24 - 117 - 112 94 - Will Guiliani - 457 - 93 - 136 - 65 - 100.5 - 62.5 95 - Emetc Dmitriy - 468.5 - 124 - 104 - 59.5 - 109 - 72 96 - Adam Lautenschlager - 470.5 - 77.5 - 137.5 - 100 - 70.5 - 85 97 - Allen Heineck - 470.5 - 125 - 93 - 74 - 80 - 98.5 98 - Taneli Levo - 475.5 - 141.5 - 48 - 107 - 77 - 102 99 - Yakhnovets Artem - 476 - 79 - 98 - 89 - 120 - 90 100 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 484.5 - 110 - 135 - 97 - 46.5 - 96 101 - Jon May - 486 - 116.5 - 126 - 100 - 70.5 - 73 102 - Jesse Hagedorn - 487 - 120 - 78 - 85 - 97 - 107 103 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 488.5 - 70 - 85 - 74 - 129.5 - 130 104 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 492 - 105 - 129.5 - 43 - 131 - 83.5 105 - Yarovoy Maksim - 509.5 - 73 - 129.5 - 130 - 93.5 - 83.5 106 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 510.5 - 91 - 123 - 121 - 111 - 64.5 107 - Jarrod Ervin - 522 - 134 - 103 - 112 - 51 - 122 108 - Dom Crane - 525 - 148 - 76 - 69 - 105 - 127 109 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - 528.5 - 37 - 90 - 167.5 - 126 - 108 110 - Thomas twomey - 533 - 86 - 111 - 114 - 107.5 - 114.5 111 - Blair Cossette - 535 - 101 - 101 - 111 - 119 - 103 112 - Alexey Chirkov - 548.5 - 126 - 137.5 - 51.5 - 114 - 119.5 113 - Yngve Wehus - 549 - 87.5 - 114 - 141 - 115.5 - 91 114 - Marco Reyes - 555.5 - 93 - 100 - 145 - 107.5 - 110 115 - Frank Chaudoin - 558 - 115 - 133 - 103 - 81 - 126 116 - Jeff Walling - 559.5 - 87.5 - 119 - 135.5 - 112.5 - 105 117 - Isaac Litzenberger - 562.5 - 121.5 - 88.5 - 118 - 136 - 98.5 118 - Stefano Fortugno - 563 - 128.5 - 109 - 80.5 - 110 - 135 119 - Bruno Gonzalez - 566 - 100 - 128 - 132 - 128 - 78 120 - Mike Kettle - 582.5 - 102 - 117 - 120 - 115.5 - 128 121 - Romark Weiss - 587 - 93 - 151 - 95.5 - 124.5 - 123 122 - Ben Ford - 590 - 103 - 127 - 152 - 79 - 129 123 - Darrin Shallman - 590 - 106 - 134 - 149 - 106 - 95 124 - Colten Collard - 592 - 113.5 - 105 - 124 - 82.5 - 167 125 - David Johnson - 597 - 119 - 106 - 116 - 100.5 - 155.5 126 - Derek Gilson - 606 - 54 - 97 - 167.5 - 166.5 - 121 127 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 609 - 118 - 140 - 113 - 121 - 117 128 - Tyler Harnett - 611.5 - 112 - 88.5 - 148 - 138 - 125 129 - Luigi Costanzo - 615 - 128.5 - 118 - 110 - 127 - 131.5 130 - Alex Nykanen - 622.5 - 116.5 - 157 - 138 - 91.5 - 119.5 131 - Viktor Tinus - 632 - 136 - 122 - 100 - 137 - 137 132 - Austin Thomas - 634 - 130 - 141 - 119 - 102 - 142 133 - James Poke - 639.5 - 104 - 143 - 128 - 150 - 114.5 134 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 639.5 - 133 - 114 - 122 - 134.5 - 136 135 - Devin Hoover - 644 - 123 - 169 - 108 - 112.5 - 131.5 136 - Ben Edwards - 644 - 140 - 120 - 131 - 142 - 111 137 - Addam Chaudoin - 646.5 - 107.5 - 99 - 135.5 - 166.5 - 138 138 - Balanel Daniil - 650.5 - 155 - 108 - 123 - 140.5 - 124 139 - Jukka Pätsi - 657.5 - 143 - 125 - 139 - 132.5 - 118 140 - Jorge Flores - 665 - 149 - 114 - 133.5 - 124.5 - 144 141 - Ian Miller - 667.5 - 139 - 147 - 125 - 123 - 133.5 142 - Tomas Valverde - 677 - 137.5 - 139 - 127 - 132.5 - 141 143 - Boyko Andrey - 679.5 - 150 - 150 - 126 - 140.5 - 113 144 - J.F. Macias - 714.5 - 169 - 114 - 116 - 148.5 - 167 145 - Micheal Bierman - 715.5 - 121.5 - 132 - 155 - 146 - 161 146 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 720 - 152 - 152 - 137 - 139 - 140 147 - Keith Steffensen - 723.5 - 146.5 - 144.5 - 150.5 - 143 - 139 148 - Oscar Celis - 732 - 144.5 - 131 - 157 - 154 - 145.5 149 - Rick Blanchard - 738.5 - 132 - 121 - 167.5 - 151 - 167 150 - Bryan Sanchez - 744 - 135 - 142 - 163 - 148.5 - 155.5 151 - Eetu Alatalo - 747.5 - 137.5 - 149 - 142 - 156 - 163 152 - Joseph Lentini - 748 - 151 - 144.5 - 150.5 - 159 - 143 153 - Ian Sasche - 748.5 - 162 - 146 - 146 - 134.5 - 160 154 - Ed Carlson - 749 - 159.5 - 158 - 129 - 152 - 150.5 155 - Paul Bloom - 762.5 - 169 - 169 - 91 - 166.5 - 167 156 - Oleg Bludilov - 764 - 163 - 160 - 144 - 144 - 153 157 - Gord MacDonald - 765.5 - 146.5 - 156 - 159 - 157 - 147 158 - Gordon Hearn - 768 - 153 - 155 - 143 - 166.5 - 150.5 159 - Amaru Gonzalez - 773.5 - 144.5 - 148 - 160.5 - 162 - 158.5 160 - Fernando Munoz - 774 - 159.5 - 153 - 156 - 147 - 158.5 161 - Dan Mullaney - 776.5 - 154 - 154 - 153 - 166.5 - 149 162 - Greg Dorvil - 777 - 157 - 159 - 162 - 145 - 154 163 - Diego Fouillioux - 783 - 159.5 - 163.5 - 160.5 - 154 - 145.5 164 - Kevin Boylan - 784.5 - 156 - 161.5 - 133.5 - 166.5 - 167 165 - Sebastian Dominguez - 789 - 159.5 - 163.5 - 164 - 154 - 148 166 - Andrew Smith - 794 - 165 - 167 - 147 - 158 - 157 167 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 795.5 - 164 - 165.5 - 154 - 160 - 152 168 - Danny Villafana - 809.5 - 167 - 161.5 - 158 - 161 - 162 169 - Mohamed Khan - 832.5 - 166 - 165.5 - 167.5 - 166.5 - 167 170 - Dave Dickey - 839 - 169 - 169 - 167.5 - 166.5 - 167 Women’s Overall Standings Position - Competitor Name - Total Points - Crusher Points - Grab Ball Points – Finnish Ball Points – Flask Points - Little Big Horn Points 1 - Sarah Chappelow - 7 - 1 - 1 - 3 - 1 - 1 = “THE QUEEN KONG OF GRIP” 2 - Hilde Holtebu - 19.5 - 5 - 5.5 - 2 - 3 - 4 3 - Tammy McClure - 21 - 3 - 4 - 8 - 4 - 2 4 - Marja Laari - 24.5 - 6 - 2 - 11.5 - 2 - 3 5 - Jen Tibbenham - 30 - 2 - 9 - 6 - 6 - 7 6 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 40.5 - 8 - 3 - 13 - 11 - 5.5 7 - Melissa Dingey - 44 - 7 - 8 - 10 - 10 - 9 8 - Kendra Panko - 53 - 9 - 7 - 16 - 5 - 16 9 - Ashley Munsey - 55.5 - 11 - 17 - 9 - 8.5 - 10 10 - Hanna Lallo - 56 - 25 - 12 - 5 - 8.5 - 5.5 11 - Saija Kantola - 57 - 13 - 5.5 - 11.5 - 16 - 11 12 - Becky Houston - 63.5 - 14 - 14.5 - 7 - 7 - 21 13 - Lorna Paton - 72 - 4 - 11 - 26 - 14 - 17 14 - Katherine Bennett - 72 - 12 - 10 - 19 - 13 - 18 15 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 75 - 17 - 20 - 1 - 24 - 13 16 - Sara Saffell - 75.5 - 16 - 14.5 - 15 - 18 - 12 17 - Brittany Walling - 80 - 10 - 28 - 22 - 12 - 8 18 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 81 - 20 - 18 - 14 - 15 - 14 19 - Henna Nokkala - 88 - 26 - 13 - 4 - 25 - 20 20 - Laura Guy - 95 - 15 - 21 - 18 - 19 - 22 21 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 110 - 24 - 22.5 - 23.5 - 17 - 23 22 - Koroleva Irina - 114 - 23 - 22.5 - 23.5 - 26 - 19 23 - Taunia Stevens - 119 - 22 - 16 - 34 - 23 - 24 24 - Kathy Facey - 128 - 21 - 31 - 33 - 28 - 15 25 - Kristen Sanders - 130 - 27 - 26 - 20 - 21 - 36 26 - Kirsty Kussatz - 134 - 29.5 - 29.5 - 21 - 22 - 32 27 - Olga Soshina - 137.5 - 19 - 25 - 28.5 - 35 - 30 28 - Hayley la cioppa - 138 - 18 - 33 - 36 - 20 - 31 29 - Isabell Warner - 142 - 29.5 - 29.5 - 25 - 29 - 29 30 - Desiree Deis - 142.5 - 32 - 27 - 27 - 31 - 25.5 31 - Maddi Grey - 143 - 28 - 19 - 39.5 - 31 - 25.5 32 - Mel Brown - 156.5 - 34.5 - 32 - 35 - 27 - 28 33 - Laura Taipale - 167 - 45.5 - 39 - 17 - 31 - 34.5 34 - Megan Hagedorn - 167 - 37 - 38 - 32 - 33 - 27 35 - Anita Sääskö - 180 - 45.5 - 24 - 38 - 38 - 34.5 36 - Ellie Parish - 184.5 - 31 - 34.5 - 39.5 - 39 - 40.5 37 - Zin Anastasia - 187.5 - 38 - 45 - 30.5 - 41 - 33 38 - Franziska von Canning - 188 - 34.5 - 37 - 42.5 - 37 - 37 39 - Emily Feaster - 189.5 - 42 - 44 - 28.5 - 36 - 39 40 - Sarah Rhodes - 198 - 34.5 - 40.5 - 44 - 34 - 45 41 - Agne Zubaviciute - 204 - 41 - 34.5 - 45 - 43 - 40.5 42 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 205.5 - 44 - 42 - 30.5 - 46 - 43 43 - Jessica Johannessen - 208 - 34.5 - 47 - 42.5 - 40 - 44 44 - Ellie Crane - 208 - 39 - 36 - 41 - 44 - 48 45 - Tatiana Davydova - 208.5 - 43 - 40.5 - 37 - 42 - 46 46 - Chantal Werrett - 218 - 40 - 46 - 47 - 47 - 38 47 - Minna Taipale - 223 - 47 - 43 - 46 - 45 - 42 48 - Valerie Silver - 239 - 48 - 48 - 48 - 48 - 47 Weight Class Standings Position - Competitor Name - Total Points - Crusher Points - Grab Ball Points – Finnish Ball Points – Flask Points - Little Big Horn Points Men’s 59 kg 1 - Jesse Hagedorn - 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 2 - Paul Bloom - 10 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 Men’s 66 kg 1 - Vakula Evgeniy - 9 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 2 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 10 - 1 - 3 - 3 - 1 - 2 3 - Jerome Bloom - 11 - 3 - 1 - 1 - 3 - 3 4 - Gord MacDonald - 20 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 Men’s 74 kg 1 - Ben Cossey - 7 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 2 2 - Tom Denmeade - 8 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 3 - Dubovich Roman - 26 - 7 - 8 - 4 - 3 - 4 4 - William Reed - 27 - 3 - 7 - 9 - 5 - 3 5 - Bryan Murphy - 29 - 4 - 6 - 8 - 6 - 5 6 - Tomi Kesti - 34 - 6 - 9 - 5 - 4 - 10 7 - Anthony Clarino - 38 - 10 - 5 - 7 - 10 - 6 8 - Jari Taipale - 38.5 - 11.5 - 3 - 6 - 9 - 9 9 - Taneli Levo - 43.5 - 11.5 - 4 - 10 - 7 - 11 10 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 44 - 8 - 13 - 3 - 12 - 8 11 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 46 - 5 - 12 - 11 - 11 - 7 12 - Colten Collard - 56.5 - 9 - 10 - 13 - 8 - 16.5 13 - Balanel Daniil - 63 - 14 - 11 - 12 - 14 - 12 14 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 67 - 13 - 14 - 14 - 13 - 13 15 - Oleg Bludilov - 75 - 15 - 15 - 15 - 15 - 15 16 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 78.5 - 16 - 16.5 - 16 - 16 - 14 17 - Mohamed Khan - 84 - 17 - 16.5 - 17 - 17 - 16.5 Men’s 83 kg 1 - Johannes Lampinen - 8 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 2 2 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 14 - 1 - 4 - 7 - 1 - 1 3 - Petri Rantalainen - 16 - 3 - 3 - 3 - 3 - 4 4 - Michael Rogowski - 22 - 7 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 6 5 - Samuel Pöyry - 22 - 5 - 6 - 3 - 5 - 3 6 - Matti Siikaluoma - 32 - 4 - 10 - 6 - 7 - 5 7 - Rudi Mineur - 34 - 9 - 5 - 5 - 8 - 7 8 - Petri Partanen - 38 - 6 - 7 - 10 - 6 - 9 9 - Yakhnovets Artem - 48 - 8 - 9 - 11 - 12 - 8 10 - Dom Crane - 52 - 14 - 8 - 8 - 9 - 13 11 - Stefano Fortugno - 57 - 12 - 11 - 9 - 11 - 14 12 - Darrin Shallman - 63 - 11 - 14 - 18 - 10 - 10 13 - Romark Weiss - 63 - 10 - 16 - 12 - 13 - 12 14 - Viktor Tinus - 68 - 13 - 13 - 13 - 14 - 15 15 - Boyko Andrey - 71 - 15 - 15 - 15 - 15 - 11 16 - J.F. Macias - 81 - 19 - 12 - 14 - 17 - 19 17 - Ed Carlson - 85 - 17 - 18 - 16 - 18 - 16 18 - Fernando Munoz - 86 - 16 - 17 - 19 - 16 - 18 19 - Andrew Smith - 90 - 18 - 19 - 17 - 19 – 17 Men’s 93 kg 1 - Santeri Mikkonen - 18 - 6 - 1 - 2 - 4 - 5 2 - Luke Raymond - 21 - 7 - 2 - 9 - 1 - 2 3 - Clint Ziegler - 23 - 9 - 6 - 1 - 3 - 4 4 - Eric Roussin - 26 - 1 - 9 - 4 - 6 - 6 5 - Tim Butler - 29 - 3 - 7 - 10 - 8 - 1 6 - Tommi Hietamies - 29 - 11 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 9 7 - Potapenko Dmytro - 29 - 2 - 10 - 5 - 9 - 3 8 - Zach Mullins - 32 - 5 - 3 - 12 - 5 - 7 9 - Tkach Alexander - 43 - 8 - 12 - 6 - 7 - 10 10 - Travis Weinand - 54 - 4 - 11 - 14 - 11 - 14 11 - David Butterworth - 54 - 14 - 5 - 8 - 15 - 12 12 - Pat Mielcarz - 61 - 12 - 13 - 16 - 12 - 8 13 - Alexander Andreev - 69 - 17 - 8 - 7 - 19 - 18 14 - Will Guiliani - 70 - 13 - 17 - 13 - 16 - 11 15 - Josh Culpepper - 71 - 16 - 14 - 15 - 10 - 16 16 - Yarovoy Maksim - 74 - 10 - 16 - 19 - 14 - 15 17 - Emetc Dmitriy - 76 - 20 - 15 - 11 - 17 - 13 18 - James Poke - 89 - 15 - 18 - 18 - 21 - 17 19 - Alex Nykanen - 92 - 18 - 21 - 21 - 13 - 19 20 - Devin Hoover - 99.5 - 19 - 25.5 - 17 - 18 - 20 21 - Keith Steffensen - 104 - 21 - 19.5 - 22.5 - 20 - 21 22 - Joseph Lentini - 109 - 22 - 19.5 - 22.5 - 23 - 22 23 - Kevin Boylan - 116.5 - 23 - 22.5 - 20 - 25.5 - 25.5 24 - Diego Fouillioux - 118 - 24 - 24 - 25 - 22 - 23 25 - Danny Villafana - 119.5 - 25 - 22.5 - 24 - 24 - 24 26 - Dave Dickey - 128.5 - 26 - 25.5 - 26 - 25.5 - 25.5 Men’s 105 kg 1 - Pupchenko Ivan - 10 - 1 - 5 - 1 - 2 - 1 2 - Jedd Johnson - 10 - 2 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 2 3 - Joseph Hodgson - 17 - 3 - 1 - 3 - 7 - 3 4 - Steve Millard - 26 - 6 - 4 - 5 - 3 - 8 5 - Andy Munsey - 38 - 4 - 9 - 9 - 4 - 12 6 - Joni Koponen - 40.5 - 12 - 2 - 7 - 14 - 5.5 7 - Jarno Hyväri - 44.5 - 8 - 7 - 8 - 16 - 5.5 8 - Adam Cohen - 47 - 9 - 10 - 16 - 5 - 7 9 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 48 - 15 - 6 - 14 - 9 - 4 10 - Leiv Sødal - 57 - 5 - 13 - 22 - 6 - 11 11 - Veikko Mikkonen - 61 - 17 - 12 - 6 - 12 - 14 12 - Tony Coward - 62 - 18 - 14 - 4 - 8 - 18 13 - Michael Kirwin - 77 - 23 - 8 - 17 - 15 - 14 14 - Panchenko Michail - 77 - 13 - 17 - 10 - 11 - 26 15 - Ilia Makarov - 82.5 - 7 - 21.5 - 23 - 17 - 14 16 - Tyler Yeager - 83 - 16 - 18 - 20 - 13 - 16 17 - Tony King - 86 - 14 - 11 - 21 - 20 - 20 18 - Ben Claridad - 86.5 - 11 - 26.5 - 29 - 10 - 10 19 - Noah Palmer - 91.5 - 10 - 16 - 24.5 - 24 - 17 20 - Landon Eckhart - 100 - 26 - 19 - 13 - 23 - 19 21 - Albert Kravchenko - 103 - 22 - 15 - 11 - 25 - 30 22 - Sam Milhoan - 104.5 - 20 - 23 - 18.5 - 19 - 24 23 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 105 - 21 - 30 - 15 - 30 - 9 24 - Allen Heineck - 112.5 - 29 - 21.5 - 18.5 - 21 - 22.5 25 - Adam Lautenschlager - 116 - 19 - 33.5 - 24.5 - 18 - 21 26 - Alexey Chirkov - 128.5 - 30 - 33.5 - 12 - 26 - 27 27 - Blair Cossette - 129 - 24 - 25 - 28 - 27 - 25 28 - Isaac Litzenberger - 133.5 - 28 - 20 - 30 - 33 - 22.5 29 - Frank Chaudoin - 135 - 27 - 32 - 26 - 22 - 28 30 - Luigi Costanzo - 144 - 31 - 28 - 27 - 29 - 29 31 - Addam Chaudoin - 150.5 - 25 - 24 - 33 - 37.5 - 31 32 - Jorge Flores - 154.5 - 35 - 26.5 - 32 - 28 - 33 33 - Tomas Valverde - 162 - 33 - 35 - 31 - 31 - 32 34 - Oscar Celis - 171 - 34 - 31 - 36 - 36 - 34 35 - Rick Blanchard - 172 - 32 - 29 - 38 - 35 - 38 36 - Ian Sasche - 177 - 38 - 36 - 34 - 32 - 37 37 - Dan Mullaney - 180.5 - 36 - 37 - 35 - 37.5 - 35 38 - Greg Dorvil - 182 - 37 - 38 - 37 - 34 - 36 Men’s 120 kg 1 - Brad Provick - 11 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 5 - 2 2 - Harri Tolonen - 14.5 - 4.5 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 4 3 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 17 - 6 - 6 - 3 - 1 - 1 4 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 22.5 - 4.5 - 3 - 7 - 3 - 5 5 - Thomas Larsen - 23 - 3 - 5 - 4 - 8 - 3 6 - Grant Thompson - 32 - 2 - 9 - 9 - 3 - 9 7 - Glen Krutli - 41 - 13 - 7 - 8 - 7 - 6 8 - Ben Helms - 48 - 8 - 4 - 18 - 11 - 7 9 - Dave Thorton - 50 - 9 - 10 - 6 - 9 - 16 10 - Tyler Olsen - 56 - 18 - 8 - 10 - 10 - 10 11 - Evan Norton - 58 - 15 - 11 - 15 - 6 - 11 12 - Mike Saffell - 64 - 11 - 12 - 16 - 17 - 8 13 - Zach Ebel - 67 - 7 - 15 - 14 - 19 - 12 14 - Guliaev Michail - 74 - 22 - 16 - 5 - 16 - 15 15 - Chad Gustin - 75 - 12 - 14 - 11 - 24 - 14 16 - Chaz Strange - 75 - 17 - 13 - 13 - 14 - 18 17 - Jon May - 93 - 24 - 26 - 17 - 13 - 13 18 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 99 - 16 - 17 - 12 - 26 - 28 19 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - 102.5 - 10 - 18 - 29.5 - 25 - 20 20 - Thomas twomey - 103 - 19 - 21 - 21 - 20 - 22 21 - Jarrod Ervin - 105 - 28 - 20 - 19 - 12 - 26 22 - Yngve Wehus - 107.5 - 20.5 - 22 - 26 - 22 - 17 23 - Jeff Walling - 107.5 - 20.5 - 23 - 24 - 21 - 19 24 - Derek Gilson - 117.5 - 14 - 19 - 29.5 - 30 - 25 25 - Ben Ford - 119 - 23 - 27 - 27 - 15 - 27 26 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 120 - 25 - 29 - 20 - 23 - 23 27 - Ben Edwards - 125 - 29 - 24 - 23 - 28 - 21 28 - Austin Thomas - 126 - 27 - 30 - 22 - 18 - 29 29 - Jukka Pätsi - 131 - 30 - 25 - 25 - 27 - 24 30 - Micheal Bierman - 141 - 26 - 28 - 28 - 29 - 30 Men’s 120+ kg 1 - Arto Joronen - 13.5 - 5 - 1 - 3 - 3.5 - 1 2 - Nick Sanders - 20 - 7 - 8 - 2 - 1 - 2 3 - Jason Dingey - 20 - 4 - 2 - 4 - 6 - 4 4 - Alexey Tyukalov - 20.5 - 2 - 4 - 8 - 3.5 - 3 5 - Simon Stewart - 26 - 10 - 6 - 1 - 2 - 7 6 - Joel Dircks - 34 - 8 - 3 - 7 - 5 - 11 7 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 52 - 1 - 13.5 - 11 - 12.5 - 14 8 - Bryce Johnson - 55 - 3 - 19 - 14 - 9 - 10 9 - John Enzenauer - 55 - 11 - 17 - 9 - 10 - 8 10 - James Jeffers - 56 - 9 - 7 - 15 - 19 - 6 11 - Glenn Hunter - 62 - 21 - 12 - 6 - 14 - 9 12 - Mike Gentile - 71 - 6 - 13.5 - 34 - 12.5 - 5 13 - Marko Honkasalo - 71 - 20 - 10 - 5 - 21 - 15 14 - Scott Pirsak - 73 - 19 - 5 - 10 - 22 - 17 15 - Tony Madline - 75 - 16 - 9 - 18 - 11 - 21 16 - Al Block - 75.5 - 14 - 16 - 16 - 17 - 12.5 17 - Eric Zurloff - 79.5 - 22 - 11 - 19 - 15 - 12.5 18 - Jeremy Everding - 82 - 13 - 23 - 20 - 7 - 19 19 - Alejandro Saravia - 83 - 12 - 18 - 17 - 16 - 20 20 - Colton Storm - 85 - 15 - 20 - 26 - 8 - 16 21 - Ron Pawlus - 85.5 - 17 - 15 - 12.5 - 18 - 23 22 - Vladimir Eganov - 94.5 - 18 - 22 - 12.5 - 20 - 22 23 - Bruno Gonzalez - 122 - 24 - 28 - 25 - 27 - 18 24 - Marco Reyes - 124 - 23 - 24 - 29 - 24 - 24 25 - Mike Kettle - 125 - 25 - 27 - 22 - 25 - 26 26 - David Johnson - 127.5 - 27 - 25 - 21 - 23 - 31.5 27 - Tyler Harnett - 131 - 26 - 21 - 30 - 29 - 25 28 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 133 - 28 - 26 - 23 - 28 - 28 29 - Ian Miller - 138 - 31 - 30 - 24 - 26 - 27 30 - Bryan Sanchez - 151.5 - 29 - 29 - 32 - 30 - 31.5 31 - Eetu Alatalo - 155 - 30 - 32 - 27 - 32 - 34 32 - Gordon Hearn - 158 - 33 - 33 - 28 - 34 - 30 33 - Amaru Gonzalez - 160 - 32 - 31 - 31 - 33 - 33 34 - Sebastian Dominguez - 161 - 34 - 34 - 33 - 31 - 29 Women’s 57 kg 1 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 6 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 1 2 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 9 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 2 3 - Anita Sääskö - 18 - 5 - 3 - 4 - 3 - 3 4 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 22 - 4 - 4 - 3 - 5 - 6 5 - Chantal Werrett - 25 - 3 - 6 - 6 - 6 - 4 6 - Minna Taipale - 25 - 6 - 5 - 5 - 4 - 5 Women’s 72 kg 1 - Tammy McClure - 7 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 2 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 10 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 2 - 2 3 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 18 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 3 - 3 4 - Henna Nokkala - 20 - 6 - 3 - 1 - 5 - 5 5 - Koroleva Irina - 27 - 5 - 5 - 7 - 6 - 4 6 - Kirsty Kussatz - 32 - 7 - 7 - 6 - 4 - 8 7 - Olga Soshina - 33.5 - 3 - 6 - 8.5 - 9 - 7 8 - Megan Hagedorn - 43 - 8 - 10 - 11 - 8 - 6 9 - Laura Taipale - 46 - 13 - 11 - 5 - 7 - 10 10 - Zin Anastasia - 52 - 9 - 13 - 10 - 11 - 9 11 - Emily Feaster - 53.5 - 12 - 12 - 8.5 - 10 - 11 12 - Agne Zubaviciute - 56 - 11 - 8 - 13 - 12 - 12 13 - Ellie Crane - 58 - 10 - 9 - 12 - 13 - 14 14 - Valerie Silver - 69 - 14 - 14 - 14 - 14 - 13 Women’s 84 kg 1 - Hanna Lallo - 7.5 - 3 - 1 - 1 - 1.5 - 1 2 - Ashley Munsey - 9.5 - 1 - 3 - 2 - 1.5 - 2 3 - Sara Saffell - 13 - 2 - 2 - 3 - 3 - 3 4 - Maddi Grey - 25 - 4 - 4 - 7 - 5.5 - 4.5 5 - Isabell Warner - 25 - 5 - 6 - 4 - 4 - 6 6 - Desiree Deis - 26 - 6 - 5 - 5 - 5.5 - 4.5 7 - Franziska von Canning - 36 - 7 - 7 - 8 - 7 - 7 8 - Tatiana Davydova - 38 - 8 - 8 - 6 - 8 - 8 Women’s 100 kg 1 - Hilde Holtebu - 6 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 2 - Jen Tibbenham - 9 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 3 - Becky Houston - 18 - 4 - 3 - 3 - 3 - 5 4 - Brittany Walling - 22 - 3 - 5 - 4 - 4 - 3 5 - Kathy Facey - 25 - 5 - 6 - 5 - 6 - 4 6 - Taunia Stevens - 26 - 6 - 4 - 6 - 5 - 6 7 - Sarah Rhodes - 34 - 7 - 7 - 7 - 7 - 7 Women’s 100+ kg 1 - Sarah Chappelow - 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 2 - Marja Laari - 12.5 - 3 - 2 - 3.5 - 2 - 2 3 - Melissa Dingey - 18 - 4 - 5 - 2 - 4 - 3 4 - Kendra Panko - 22 - 5 - 4 - 5 - 3 - 5 5 - Saija Kantola - 24.5 - 7 - 3 - 3.5 - 7 - 4 6 - Lorna Paton - 30 - 2 - 7 - 9 - 6 - 6 7 - Katherine Bennett - 31 - 6 - 6 - 7 - 5 - 7 8 - Laura Guy - 38 - 8 - 8 - 6 - 8 - 8 9 - Kristen Sanders - 48 - 10 - 9 - 8 - 10 - 11 10 - Hayley la cioppa - 50 - 9 - 11 - 11 - 9 - 10 11 - Mel Brown - 52.5 - 12.5 - 10 - 10 - 11 - 9 12 - Ellie Parish - 59 - 11 - 12 - 12 - 12 - 12 13 - Jessica Johannessen - 64.5 - 12.5 - 13 - 13 - 13 - 13 Men’s Masters Open (50+ Years) 1 - Arto Joronen - 6 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 1 2 - Steve Millard - 11 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 3 3 - Tommi Hietamies - 25.5 - 12 - 4 - 3.5 - 2 - 4 4 - Adam Cohen - 29 - 4 - 7 - 12 - 4 - 2 5 - Dave Thorton - 35 - 3 - 8 - 7 - 5 - 12 6 - Veikko Mikkonen - 40.5 - 11 - 14 - 3.5 - 6 - 6 7 - Marko Honkasalo - 42 - 10 - 6 - 5 - 12 - 9 8 - Al Block - 45 - 5 - 11 - 16 - 8 - 5 9 - Scott Pirsak - 46 - 9 - 3 - 11 - 13 - 10 10 - Rudi Mineur - 46.5 - 13 - 13 - 6 - 7 - 7.5 11 - David Butterworth - 51.5 - 15 - 5 - 10 - 14 - 7.5 12 - Ron Pawlus - 53.5 - 7 - 10 - 13.5 - 9 - 14 13 - Tony King - 54 - 6 - 12 - 15 - 10 - 11 14 - Vladimir Eganov - 61.5 - 8 - 16 - 13.5 - 11 - 13 15 - Alexander Andreev - 65 - 16 - 9 - 9 - 16 - 15 16 - Albert Kravchenko - 69 - 14 - 15 - 8 - 15 - 17 17 - Luigi Costanzo - 84 - 17 - 17 - 17 - 17 - 16 18 - Keith Steffensen - 93.5 - 19.5 - 19 - 19 - 18 - 18 19 - Rick Blanchard - 98 - 18 - 18 - 21.5 - 19 - 21.5 20 - Gord MacDonald - 98.5 - 19.5 - 20 - 20 - 20 - 19 21 - Andrew Smith - 101 - 21 - 21 - 18 - 21 - 20 22 - Dave Dickey - 109 - 22 - 22 - 21.5 - 22 - 21.5 INDIVIDUAL EVENT RESULTS 2.25” Crusher Results (Combined) Points - Competitor Name - Best Result 1 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 115.2 kg 2 - Alexey Tyukalov - 115 kg 3 - Bryce Johnson - 112.75 kg 4 - Eric Roussin - 108.76 kg 5 - Jason Dingey - 107.72 kg 6 - Arto Joronen - 107.6 kg 7 - Mike Gentile - 107.2 kg 8 - Pupchenko Ivan - 105.98 kg 9 - Nick Sanders - 105.23 kg 10 - Potapenko Dmytro - 104.5 kg 11 - Joel Dircks - 103.5 kg 12 - Brad Provick - 103.45 kg 13 - Jedd Johnson - 102.68 kg 14 - James Jeffers - 102.45 kg 15 - Grant Thompson - 101 kg 16 - Thomas Larsen - 100.15 kg 17 - Joseph Hodgson - 100.1 kg 18.5 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 100 kg 18.5 - Harri Tolonen - 100 kg 20 - Simon Stewart - 98.35 kg 21 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 97.65 kg 22 - Andy Munsey - 97.61 kg 23 - Ben Cossey - 97.5 kg 24 - Leiv Sødal - 96.15 kg 25 - Tim Butler - 96.004 kg 26 - John Enzenauer - 95.95 kg 27 - Zach Ebel - 95.76 kg 28 - Steve Millard - 95.4 kg 29 - Alejandro Saravia - 95.28 kg 30 - Travis Weinand - 95.2 kg 31 - Ilia Makarov - 95.04 kg 32 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 94.85 kg 33 - Jarno Hyväri - 94.2 kg 34 - Ben Helms - 94.17 kg 35 - Dave Thorton - 93.99 kg 36 - Adam Cohen - 93.5 kg 37 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - 93.26 kg 38 - Mike Saffell - 93.18 kg 39 - Zach Mullins - 93.03 kg 40 - Johannes Lampinen - 92.5 kg 41 - Jeremy Everding - 91.4 kg 42 - Noah Palmer - 91.35 kg 43 - Chad Gustin - 91.15 kg 44 - Santeri Mikkonen - 90.5 kg 45 - Glen Krutli - 90.3 kg 46 - Luke Raymond - 88.8 kg 47 - Tom Denmeade - 87.8 kg 48 - Ben Claridad - 87.7 kg 49 - Al Block - 86.7 kg 50 - Colton Storm - 86.4 kg 51 - Joni Koponen - 86.2 kg 52 - Tony Madline - 86 kg 53 - Panchenko Michail - 85.01 kg 54 - Derek Gilson - 85.004 kg 55 - Tkach Alexander - 84.99 kg 56 - Tony King - 84.77 kg 57 - Evan Norton - 84.35 kg 58 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 83.9 kg 59 - Petri Rantalainen - 83.4 kg 60 - Ron Pawlus - 82.72 kg 61 - Vladimir Eganov - 82.54 kg 62 - Tyler Yeager - 82.504 kg 63 - Matti Siikaluoma - 82.2 kg 64 - Scott Pirsak - 81.5 kg 65 - Sarah Chappelow - 81.4 kg 66 - Clint Ziegler - 81.2 kg 67 - Marko Honkasalo - 81.05 kg 68 - William Reed - 80.77 kg 69 - Glenn Hunter - 80.1 kg 70 - Samuel Pöyry - 80.05 kg 71 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 80.04 kg 72 - Chaz Strange - 80.004 kg 73 - Veikko Mikkonen - 80 kg 74 - Yarovoy Maksim - 79.4 kg 75 - Tony Coward - 79.15 kg 76 - Tyler Olsen - 79 kg 77 - PetRI Partanen - 78.7 kg 78.5 - Adam Lautenschlager - 78.5 kg 78.5 - Michael Rogowski - 78.5 kg 80 - Yakhnovets Artem - 78.35 kg 81 - Sam Milhoan - 78.18 kg 82 - Tommi Hietamies - 77.5 kg 83.5 - Pat Mielcarz - 77.4 kg 83.5 - Rudi Mineur - 77.4 kg 85 - Bryan Murphy - 77.37 kg 86 - Eric Zurloff - 76.5 kg 87 - Thomas twomey - 76.35 kg 88.5 - Jeff Walling - 76.15 kg 88.5 - Yngve Wehus - 76.15 kg 90 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 76.1 kg 91 - Guliaev Michail - 75.99 kg 92 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 75.8 kg 94 - Romark Weiss - 75.2 kg 94 - Will Guiliani - 75.2 kg 94 - Marco Reyes - 75.2 kg 96 - Albert Kravchenko - 75.04 kg 98 - Tomi Kesti - 75 kg 98 - David Butterworth - 75 kg 98 - Michael Kirwin - 75 kg 100 - Dubovich Roman - 74.4 kg 101 - Bruno Gonzalez - 74.2 kg 102 - Blair Cossette - 74 kg 103 - Mike Kettle - 73.5 kg 104 - Ben Ford - 73.48 kg 105 - James Poke - 73.35 kg 106 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 73.32 kg 107 - Darrin Shallman - 73.29 kg 108.5 - Addam Chaudoin - 72.65 kg 108.5 - Josh Culpepper - 72.65 kg 110 - Alexander Andreev - 72.54 kg 111 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 72.3 kg 112 - Vakula Evgeniy - 72.25 kg 113 - Tyler Harnett - 71.5 kg 114.5 - Colten Collard - 71.4 kg 114.5 - Landon Eckhart - 71.4 kg 116 - Frank Chaudoin - 71.3 kg 117.5 - Jon May - 71 kg 117.5 - Alex Nykanen - 71 kg 119 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 70.68 kg 120 - David Johnson - 70.2 kg 121 - Jesse Hagedorn - 69.9 kg 122.5 - Micheal Bierman - 69 kg 122.5 - Isaac Litzenberger - 69 kg 124 - Devin Hoover - 68.98 kg 125 - Emetc Dmitriy - 68.92 kg 126 - Allen Heineck - 68.5 kg 127 - Alexey Chirkov - 67.54 kg 128 - Anthony Clarino - 67.43 kg 129.5 - Stefano Fortugno - 67.26 kg 129.5 - Luigi Costanzo - 67.26 kg 131 - Austin Thomas - 66.68 kg 132 - Jerome Bloom - 66.4 kg 133 - Rick Blanchard - 66.26 kg 134 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 66.15 kg 135 - Jarrod Ervin - 65.82 kg 136 - Bryan Sanchez - 65.2 kg 137 - Viktor Tinus - 65.04 kg 138.5 - Tomas Valverde - 65 kg 138.5 - Eetu Alatalo - 65 kg 140 - Ian Miller - 63.5 kg 141 - Ben Edwards - 63.49 kg 142.5 - Jari Taipale - 62.5 kg 142.5 - Taneli Levo - 62.5 kg 144 - Jukka Pätsi - 62.2 kg 145.5 - Oscar Celis - 61.7 kg 145.5 - Amaru Gonzalez - 61.7 kg 147.5 - Gord MacDonald - 61.26 kg 147.5 - Keith Steffensen - 61.26 kg 149 - Dom Crane - 60.35 kg 150 - Jen Tibbenham - 60.275 kg 151 - Jorge Flores - 60.2 kg 152 - Boyko Andrey - 60 kg 153 - Tammy McClure - 59.91 kg 154 - Lorna Paton - 59.15 kg 155 - Hilde Holtebu - 58.65 kg 156 - Marja Laari - 58.55 kg 157 - Melissa Dingey - 57.72 kg 158 - Joseph Lentini - 56.76 kg 159 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 56.7 kg 160 - Gordon Hearn - 56.5 kg 161 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 56.05 kg 162 - Dan Mullaney - 55.93 kg 163 - Kendra Panko - 55.75 kg 164 - Brittany Walling - 55.56 kg 165 - Balanel Daniil - 55.4 kg 166 - Kevin Boylan - 55.2 kg 167 - Greg Dorvil - 55.004 kg 168 - Ashley Munsey - 53.97 kg 170 - Fernando Munoz - 51.7 kg 170 - Diego Fouillioux - 51.7 kg 170 - Sebastian Dominguez - 51.7 kg 172 - Ed Carlson - 51.5 kg 173 - Katherine Bennett - 51.4 kg 174 - Saija Kantola - 51.05 kg 175.5 - Ian Sasche - 51 kg 175.5 - Becky Houston - 51 kg 177 - Laura Guy - 50.35 kg 178 - Oleg Bludilov - 50.04 kg 179 - Sara Saffell - 49.09 kg 180 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 48.055 kg 181 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 47.72 kg 182 - Andrew Smith - 47.02 kg 183 - Hayley la cioppa - 46.35 kg 184 - Olga Soshina - 46.04 kg 185 - Mohamed Khan - 46.02 kg 186 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 45.9 kg 187 - Kathy Facey - 45.76 kg 188 - Danny Villafana - 45.2 kg 189 - Taunia Stevens - 45 kg 190 - Koroleva Irina - 44.75 kg 191 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 44.55 kg 192 - Hanna Lallo - 42.5 kg 193 - Henna Nokkala - 42 kg 194 - Kristen Sanders - 41.73 kg 195 - Maddi Grey - 41.5 kg 196.5 - Kirsty Kussatz - 41 kg 196.5 - Isabell Warner - 41 kg 198 - Ellie Parish - 40.25 kg 199 - Desiree Deis - 39 kg 201.5 - Franziska von Canning - 38.85 kg 201.5 - Sarah Rhodes - 38.85 kg 201.5 - Jessica Johannessen - 38.85 kg 201.5 - Mel Brown - 38.85 kg 204 - Megan Hagedorn - 38.4 kg 205 - Zin Anastasia - 37.78 kg 206 - Ellie Crane - 36.9 kg 207 - Chantal Werrett - 36.65 kg 208 - Agne Zubaviciute - 36.3 kg 209 - Emily Feaster - 35.37 kg 210 - Tatiana Davydova - 35.1 kg 211 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 32.7 kg 212.5 - Anita Sääskö - 32.1 kg 212.5 - Laura Taipale - 32.1 kg 214 - Minna Taipale - 23.5 kg 215 - Valerie Silver - 21.35 kg 217 - J.F. Macias - NO LIFT 217 - Dave Dickey - NO LIFT 217 - Paul Bloom - NO LIFT Grab Ball Results (Combined) Points - Competitor Name - Best Result 1 - Arto Joronen - 104.85 kg 2 - Joseph Hodgson - 100.75 kg 3 - Brad Provick - 98.3 kg 4 - Joni Koponen - 97.5 kg 5 - Jason Dingey - 96.36 kg 6 - Jedd Johnson - 94.36 kg 7 - Ben Cossey - 94.15 kg 8 - Joel Dircks - 92.5 kg 9 - Steve Millard - 90.75 kg 10 - Santeri Mikkonen - 90.5 kg 11 - Pupchenko Ivan - 90.11 kg 12 - Harri Tolonen - 90 kg 13.5 - Johannes Lampinen - 87.5 kg 13.5 - Alexey Tyukalov - 87.5 kg 15 - Luke Raymond - 87.36 kg 16 - Scott Pirsak - 87.25 kg 17 - Zach Mullins - 86.36 kg 18 - Tom Denmeade - 85 kg 19 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 82.5 kg 20 - Simon Stewart - 82.1 kg 21 - Ben Helms - 81.78 kg 22.5 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 81.6 kg 22.5 - James Jeffers - 81.6 kg 24 - Thomas Larsen - 81.1 kg 25 - Nick Sanders - 80.92 kg 26 - Michael Rogowski - 80 kg 28 - Jarno Hyväri - 78.5 kg 28 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 78.5 kg 28 - Tommi Hietamies - 78.5 kg 30 - Jari Taipale - 78 kg 31 - David Butterworth - 77.8 kg 32 - Glen Krutli - 77.7 kg 33 - Tony Madline - 77.5 kg 34 - Marko Honkasalo - 77.45 kg 35 - Clint Ziegler - 77.35 kg 36.5 - Tyler Olsen - 76.6 kg 36.5 - Eric Zurloff - 76.6 kg 38 - Petri Rantalainen - 76 kg 39 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 75.55 kg 40.5 - Glenn Hunter - 75.45 kg 40.5 - Michael Kirwin - 75.45 kg 42 - Andy Munsey - 75.3 kg 43.5 - Mike Gentile - 75.1 kg 43.5 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 75.1 kg 45.5 - Adam Cohen - 75 kg 45.5 - Grant Thompson - 75 kg 47 - Tim Butler - 74.98 kg 48 - Taneli Levo - 74.95 kg 49 - Dave Thorton - 74.7 kg 50 - Alexander Andreev - 74.65 kg 51 - Ron Pawlus - 74.2 kg 52 - Al Block - 74.1 kg 53.5 - Evan Norton - 73.86 kg 53.5 - John Enzenauer - 73.86 kg 55 - Eric Roussin - 73.71 kg 56 - Mike Saffell - 73.63 kg 57 - Tony King - 73.48 kg 58 - Alejandro Saravia - 73.29 kg 59 - Potapenko Dmytro - 72.8 kg 60 - Travis Weinand - 72.6 kg 61 - Rudi Mineur - 72.55 kg 62 - Bryce Johnson - 72.5 kg 63 - Chaz Strange - 72.48 kg 64 - Veikko Mikkonen - 72.4 kg 65 - Leiv Sødal - 72.35 kg 66 - Samuel Pöyry - 71 kg 67.5 - Chad Gustin - 70.75 kg 67.5 - Colton Storm - 70.75 kg 69 - Jerome Bloom - 70.675 kg 70 - Tkach Alexander - 70.56 kg 71 - Petri Partanen - 70.55 kg 72.5 - Tony Coward - 70.1 kg 72.5 - Pat Mielcarz - 70.1 kg 74 - Albert Kravchenko - 70 kg 75 - Anthony Clarino - 69.66 kg 76 - Dom Crane - 69.175 kg 77 - Noah Palmer - 68.8 kg 78 - Jesse Hagedorn - 68.75 kg 79.5 - Josh Culpepper - 68.48 kg 79.5 - Bryan Murphy - 68.48 kg 81 - Panchenko Michail - 68.46 kg 82 - Zach Ebel - 68.21 kg 83 - Guliaev Michail - 67.93 kg 84 - William Reed - 67.6 kg 85 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 67.5 kg 86 - Tyler Yeager - 67.48 kg 87 - Landon Eckhart - 66.75 kg 88.5 - Isaac Litzenberger - 66.6 kg 88.5 - Tyler Harnett - 66.6 kg 90 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - 65.71 kg 91 - Dubovich Roman - 65.69 kg 93 - Ilia Makarov - 65 kg 93 - Vladimir Eganov - 65 kg 93 - Allen Heineck - 65 kg 95 - Jeremy Everding - 64.75 kg 96 - Sam Milhoan - 64.54 kg 97 - Derek Gilson - 64.48 kg 98 - Yakhnovets Artem - 64.23 kg 99 - Addam Chaudoin - 64.22 kg 100 - Marco Reyes - 64.2 kg 101 - Blair Cossette - 64.1 kg 102 - Tomi Kesti - 63.6 kg 103 - Jarrod Ervin - 63.09 kg 104 - Emetc Dmitriy - 62.8 kg 105.5 - Colten Collard - 62.75 kg 105.5 - Sarah Chappelow - 62.75 kg 107 - David Johnson - 62.6 kg 108 - Matti Siikaluoma - 62.4 kg 109 - Balanel Daniil - 62 kg 110 - Stefano Fortugno - 61.71 kg 111 - Vakula Evgeniy - 61.62 kg 112 - Thomas twomey - 60.8 kg 115 - J.F. Macias - 60.1 kg 115 - Jorge Flores - 60.1 kg 115 - Ben Claridad - 60.1 kg 115 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 60.1 kg 115 - Yngve Wehus - 60.1 kg 118 - Marja Laari - 60.05 kg 119 - Mike Kettle - 60 kg 120 - Luigi Costanzo - 59.71 kg 121 - Jeff Walling - 59.5 kg 122 - Ben Edwards - 59.32 kg 123 - Rick Blanchard - 59.21 kg 124 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 58.15 kg 125 - Tammy McClure - 58.1 kg 126 - Viktor Tinus - 58 kg 127 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 57.95 kg 128 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 57.61 kg 129 - Jukka Pätsi - 57.55 kg 130 - Jon May - 57.5 kg 131 - Ben Ford - 57.38 kg 132 - Bruno Gonzalez - 57.2 kg 133.5 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 57.04 kg 133.5 - Yarovoy Maksim - 57.04 kg 135 - Oscar Celis - 56.7 kg 136 - Micheal Bierman - 56.6 kg 137 - Frank Chaudoin - 56.28 kg 138 - Darrin Shallman - 56.21 kg 139 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 55.4 kg 141 - Will Guiliani - 55.1 kg 141 - Saija Kantola - 55.1 kg 141 - Hilde Holtebu - 55.1 kg 143.5 - Alexey Chirkov - 55 kg 143.5 - Adam Lautenschlager - 55 kg 145 - Tomas Valverde - 54.95 kg 146 - Kendra Panko - 54.56 kg 147 - Melissa Dingey - 53.18 kg 148 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 52.91 kg 149 - Austin Thomas - 52.8 kg 150 - Bryan Sanchez - 52.6 kg 151 - James Poke - 51.3 kg 152 - Jen Tibbenham - 51.25 kg 153.5 - Keith Steffensen - 51.21 kg 153.5 - Joseph Lentini - 51.21 kg 155 - Katherine Bennett - 50.75 kg 156 - Lorna Paton - 50.25 kg 157 - Ian Sasche - 50 kg 158 - Ian Miller - 49.75 kg 159 - Amaru Gonzalez - 49.2 kg 160 - Eetu Alatalo - 48.65 kg 161 - Hanna Lallo - 48.25 kg 162 - Boyko Andrey - 47.9 kg 163 - Henna Nokkala - 47.65 kg 164 - Romark Weiss - 47.6 kg 165.5 - Sara Saffell - 47.5 kg 165.5 - Becky Houston - 47.5 kg 167 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 47.04 kg 168 - Fernando Munoz - 46.7 kg 169 - Dan Mullaney - 46.68 kg 170 - Taunia Stevens - 46.6 kg 171 - Ashley Munsey - 46.17 kg 172 - Gordon Hearn - 46.1 kg 173 - Gord MacDonald - 45.71 kg 174 - Alex Nykanen - 45 kg 175 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 44.85 kg 176.5 - Ed Carlson - 44.1 kg 176.5 - Maddi Grey - 44.1 kg 178 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 44.04 kg 179 - Laura Guy - 42.6 kg 180 - Greg Dorvil - 42.48 kg 181.5 - Koroleva Irina - 41.4 kg 181.5 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 41.4 kg 183 - Oleg Bludilov - 41.25 kg 184 - Anita Sääskö - 40.4 kg 185.5 - Kevin Boylan - 40.1 kg 185.5 - Danny Villafana - 40.1 kg 187 - Olga Soshina - 40 kg 188.5 - Diego Fouillioux - 39.2 kg 188.5 - Sebastian Dominguez - 39.2 kg 190 - Kristen Sanders - 39.19 kg 191 - Desiree Deis - 39.1 kg 192.5 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 38.08 kg 192.5 - Mohamed Khan - 38.08 kg 194 - Brittany Walling - 37.96 kg 195.5 - Kirsty Kussatz - 37.5 kg 195.5 - Isabell Warner - 37.5 kg 197 - Kathy Facey - 37.21 kg 198 - Andrew Smith - 37.08 kg 199 - Mel Brown - 36.8 kg 200 - Hayley la cioppa - 36.3 kg 201.5 - Ellie Parish - 35.1 kg 201.5 - Agne Zubaviciute - 35.1 kg 203 - Ellie Crane - 34.1 kg 204 - Franziska von Canning - 33.8 kg 205 - Megan Hagedorn - 33.75 kg 206 - Laura Taipale - 32.7 kg 207.5 - Sarah Rhodes - 32.3 kg 207.5 - Tatiana Davydova - 32.3 kg 209 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 31.74 kg 210 - Minna Taipale - 30.7 kg 211 - Emily Feaster - 30.39 kg 212 - Zin Anastasia - 28.94 kg 213 - Chantal Werrett - 24.5 kg 214 - Jessica Johannessen - 23.8 kg 215 - Valerie Silver - 22.8 kg 217 - Dave Dickey - NO LIFT 217 - Devin Hoover - NO LIFT 217 - Paul Bloom - NO LIFT Finnish Ball Results (Combined) Points - Competitor Name - Best Result 1 - Pupchenko Ivan - 47.41 kg 2 - Harri Tolonen - 47 kg 3 - Simon Stewart - 43.5 kg 4 - Jedd Johnson - 42.18 kg 5 - Johannes Lampinen - 41.35 kg 6 - Clint Ziegler - 41.17 kg 7 - Joseph Hodgson - 40.5 kg 8.5 - Tony Coward - 40.4 kg 8.5 - Ben Cossey - 40.4 kg 10 - Steve Millard - 40.3 kg 11 - Santeri Mikkonen - 40.1 kg 12 - Nick Sanders - 40.01 kg 14.5 - Arto Joronen - 40 kg 14.5 - Petri Rantalainen - 40 kg 14.5 - Samuel Pöyry - 40 kg 14.5 - Michael Rogowski - 40 kg 17 - Jason Dingey - 39.09 kg 18.5 - Tommi Hietamies - 39 kg 18.5 - Veikko Mikkonen - 39 kg 20.5 - Joni Koponen - 38.6 kg 20.5 - Marko Honkasalo - 38.6 kg 22 - Glenn Hunter - 38.55 kg 23 - Brad Provick - 38.12 kg 24 - Jerome Bloom - 38.08 kg 25.5 - Jarno Hyväri - 38 kg 25.5 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 38 kg 27 - Joel Dircks - 37.5 kg 28 - Alexey Tyukalov - 37.4 kg 29 - Rudi Mineur - 37.2 kg 30 - Eric Roussin - 36.69 kg 31 - Matti Siikaluoma - 36.6 kg 32 - Vakula Evgeniy - 36.53 kg 33 - Thomas Larsen - 36.5 kg 34 - Andy Munsey - 36.46 kg 35 - John Enzenauer - 36.42 kg 36.5 - Guliaev Michail - 35.62 kg 36.5 - Panchenko Michail - 35.62 kg 38 - Dave Thorton - 35.57 kg 39.5 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 35.45 kg 39.5 - Potapenko Dmytro - 35.45 kg 41 - Tom Denmeade - 35.1 kg 42 - Albert Kravchenko - 35 kg 43 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 34.49 kg 44 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 34.05 kg 45 - Tkach Alexander - 34.04 kg 46 - Dubovich Roman - 34 kg 47 - Alexander Andreev - 33.8 kg 48 - David Butterworth - 33.4 kg 49 - Luke Raymond - 33.1 kg 50 - Glen Krutli - 32.6 kg 51.5 - Alexey Chirkov - 32.5 kg 51.5 - Grant Thompson - 32.5 kg 53 - Tomi Kesti - 32.4 kg 54 - Landon Eckhart - 32.3 kg 55 - Jari Taipale - 32.25 kg 56 - Tim Butler - 32.193 kg 57.5 - Scott Pirsak - 32.16 kg 57.5 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 32.16 kg 59.5 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 32.12 kg 59.5 - Emetc Dmitriy - 32.12 kg 61 - Adam Cohen - 32 kg 62 - Anthony Clarino - 31.85 kg 63 - Zach Mullins - 31.75 kg 64 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 31.61 kg 65 - Hilde Holtebu - 31.25 kg 66 - Tyler Olsen - 31.12 kg 67 - Will Guiliani - 30.7 kg 68 - Michael Kirwin - 30.35 kg 69.5 - Travis Weinand - 30.2 kg 69.5 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 30.2 kg 71 - Dom Crane - 30.075 kg 72.5 - Josh Culpepper - 30.02 kg 72.5 - Chad Gustin - 30.02 kg 74 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 30 kg 75 - Vladimir Eganov - 30 kg 76 - Sam Milhoan - 30 kg 77 - Ron Pawlus - 30 kg 78 - Allen Heineck - 30 kg 79 - Bryce Johnson - 29.75 kg 80.5 - Tyler Yeager - 29.693 kg 80.5 - Chaz Strange - 29.693 kg 82.5 - Stefano Fortugno - 29.69 kg 82.5 - Zach Ebel - 29.69 kg 84 - Tony King - 29.62 kg 85 - Leiv Sødal - 29.5 kg 86 - Petri Partanen - 29.4 kg 87 - Jesse Hagedorn - 29.3 kg 88 - James Jeffers - 29.12 kg 89 - Al Block - 29.1 kg 90 - Alejandro Saravia - 28.62 kg 91 - Yakhnovets Artem - 28.36 kg 92 - Evan Norton - 28.3 kg 93 - Paul Bloom - 28.025 kg 94 - Ilia Makarov - 28 kg 95 - Bryan Murphy - 27.76 kg 96 - Mike Saffell - 27.72 kg 97.5 - William Reed - 27.7 kg 97.5 - Romark Weiss - 27.7 kg 99 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 27.52 kg 102 - Noah Palmer - 27.5 kg 102 - Viktor Tinus - 27.5 kg 102 - Tony Madline - 27.5 kg 102 - Jon May - 27.5 kg 102 - Adam Lautenschlager - 27.5 kg 105 - Frank Chaudoin - 27.26 kg 106 - Ben Helms - 27.22 kg 107 - Pat Mielcarz - 27.15 kg 108 - Eric Zurloff - 27.1 kg 109 - Taneli Levo - 26.4 kg 110 - Devin Hoover - 26.35 kg 111.5 - Sarah Chappelow - 26.3 kg 111.5 - Jeremy Everding - 26.3 kg 113 - Luigi Costanzo - 26.19 kg 114 - Blair Cossette - 26.1 kg 115 - Jarrod Ervin - 25.92 kg 116 - Henna Nokkala - 25.9 kg 117 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 25.73 kg 118 - Thomas twomey - 25.65 kg 119 - Hanna Lallo - 25.55 kg 120 - Jen Tibbenham - 25.3 kg 122 - J.F. Macias - 25.2 kg 122 - Ben Claridad - 25.2 kg 122 - David Johnson - 25.2 kg 124 - Isaac Litzenberger - 25.12 kg 125 - Austin Thomas - 25.06 kg 126.5 - Becky Houston - 25 kg 126.5 - Mike Kettle - 25 kg 128 - Tammy McClure - 24.99 kg 129 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 24.9 kg 130 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 24.75 kg 131 - Balanel Daniil - 24.7 kg 132 - Ashley Munsey - 24.67 kg 133 - Melissa Dingey - 24.31 kg 134 - Colten Collard - 24.3 kg 135.5 - Marja Laari - 24.05 kg 135.5 - Saija Kantola - 24.05 kg 137 - Ian Miller - 23.75 kg 138 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 23.55 kg 139 - Boyko Andrey - 23.5 kg 140 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 23.25 kg 141 - Tomas Valverde - 23.2 kg 142 - Sara Saffell - 23.18 kg 143 - James Poke - 23.15 kg 144 - Ed Carlson - 23.09 kg 145 - Kendra Panko - 23.09 kg 146 - Yarovoy Maksim - 23.07 kg 147 - Ben Edwards - 23.04 kg 148 - Bruno Gonzalez - 22.85 kg 149.5 - Kevin Boylan - 22.7 kg 149.5 - Jorge Flores - 22.7 kg 151.5 - Addam Chaudoin - 22.68 kg 151.5 - Jeff Walling - 22.68 kg 153 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 22.52 kg 154 - Alex Nykanen - 22.5 kg 155 - Jukka Pätsi - 22.4 kg 156 - Colton Storm - 22.3 kg 157 - Yngve Wehus - 22.25 kg 158 - Eetu Alatalo - 22.15 kg 159 - Gordon Hearn - 22.09 kg 160 - Laura Taipale - 22.05 kg 161 - Oleg Bludilov - 22 kg 162.5 - Marco Reyes - 21.6 kg 162.5 - Laura Guy - 21.6 kg 164 - Katherine Bennett - 21.3 kg 165 - Ian Sasche - 21.25 kg 166 - Andrew Smith - 21.155 kg 167 - Tyler Harnett - 21.09 kg 168 - Darrin Shallman - 20.82 kg 169.5 - Keith Steffensen - 20.69 kg 169.5 - Joseph Lentini - 20.69 kg 171.5 - Ben Ford - 20.53 kg 171.5 - Kristen Sanders - 20.53 kg 173 - Kirsty Kussatz - 20.5 kg 174 - Dan Mullaney - 20.38 kg 175 - Brittany Walling - 20.14 kg 176 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 20.105 kg 177 - Micheal Bierman - 20.1 kg 178.5 - Koroleva Irina - 19.9 kg 178.5 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 19.9 kg 180 - Isabell Warner - 19.25 kg 181.5 - Fernando Munoz - 19.1 kg 181.5 - Lorna Paton - 19.1 kg 183 - Desiree Deis - 19.09 kg 184.5 - Emily Feaster - 19 kg 184.5 - Olga Soshina - 19 kg 186.5 - Zin Anastasia - 18.62 kg 186.5 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 18.62 kg 188 - Oscar Celis - 18.6 kg 189 - Danny Villafana - 18.45 kg 190 - Megan Hagedorn - 18.3 kg 191.5 - Kathy Facey - 18.19 kg 191.5 - Gord MacDonald - 18.19 kg 194 - Diego Fouillioux - 18.1 kg 194 - Amaru Gonzalez - 18.1 kg 194 - Taunia Stevens - 18.1 kg 196 - Mel Brown - 17.9 kg 197 - Hayley la cioppa - 17.65 kg 198 - Greg Dorvil - 17.193 kg 199 - Tatiana Davydova - 17.1 kg 200 - Anita Sääskö - 17 kg 201 - Bryan Sanchez - 16.45 kg 202.5 - Ellie Parish - 16.1 kg 202.5 - Maddi Grey - 16.1 kg 204 - Ellie Crane - 15.105 kg 205.5 - Franziska von Canning - 14.9 kg 205.5 - Jessica Johannessen - 14.9 kg 207 - Sarah Rhodes - 14.65 kg 208 - Agne Zubaviciute - 14.6 kg 209 - Minna Taipale - 14.5 kg 210 - Sebastian Dominguez - 13.1 kg 211 - Chantal Werrett - 12.1 kg 212 - Valerie Silver - 5.65 kg 215.5 - Rick Blanchard - NO LIFT 215.5 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - NO LIFT 215.5 - Dave Dickey - NO LIFT 215.5 - Mike Gentile - NO LIFT 215.5 - Derek Gilson - NO LIFT 215.5 - Mohamed Khan - NO LIFT Flask Results (Combined) Points - Competitor Name - Best Result 1 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 57 kg 2 - Nick Sanders - 56.84 kg 3 - Simon Stewart - 52.5 kg 4 - Luke Raymond - 50.57 kg 5 - Jedd Johnson - 50.42 kg 6 - Pupchenko Ivan - 50.38 kg 9 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 50 kg 9 - Harri Tolonen - 50 kg 9 - Alexey Tyukalov - 50 kg 9 - Arto Joronen - 50 kg 9 - Grant Thompson - 50 kg 12 - Tommi Hietamies - 49 kg 13 - Clint Ziegler - 47.77 kg 14 - Joel Dircks - 47.5 kg 15.5 - Santeri Mikkonen - 47.25 kg 15.5 - Steve Millard - 47.25 kg 17 - Brad Provick - 46.45 kg 18 - Andy Munsey - 46 kg 19 - Jason Dingey - 45.9 kg 20 - Jeremy Everding - 45.75 kg 21 - Zach Mullins - 45.45 kg 22 - Evan Norton - 45.11 kg 23 - Glen Krutli - 45.1 kg 24.5 - Thomas Larsen - 45 kg 24.5 - Adam Cohen - 45 kg 26.5 - Leiv Sødal - 44.75 kg 26.5 - Colton Storm - 44.75 kg 28 - Dave Thorton - 44.32 kg 29 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 44.3 kg 30 - Eric Roussin - 44.2 kg 31 - Tom Denmeade - 44.1 kg 32 - Joseph Hodgson - 43.95 kg 33 - Bryce Johnson - 43.75 kg 34 - Johannes Lampinen - 43.6 kg 35 - Tyler Olsen - 43.55 kg 36 - Petri Rantalainen - 43.15 kg 37 - Ben Cossey - 43.05 kg 38 - John Enzenauer - 42.78 kg 39 - Tkach Alexander - 42.6 kg 40.5 - Tony Madline - 42.5 kg 40.5 - Michael Rogowski - 42.5 kg 42 - Samuel Pöyry - 42.15 kg 43 - Tony Coward - 42.1 kg 44 - Ben Helms - 42.05 kg 45 - Tim Butler - 41.938 kg 46.5 - Dubovich Roman - 41.45 kg 46.5 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 41.45 kg 48 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 41.05 kg 49.5 - Mike Gentile - 40.95 kg 49.5 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 40.95 kg 51 - Jarrod Ervin - 40.92 kg 52 - Ben Claridad - 40.7 kg 53 - Panchenko Michail - 40.67 kg 54 - Potapenko Dmytro - 40.25 kg 55 - Glenn Hunter - 40.15 kg 56.5 - Petri Partanen - 40.1 kg 56.5 - Veikko Mikkonen - 40.1 kg 58 - Josh Culpepper - 39.97 kg 59 - Tyler Yeager - 39.938 kg 60 - Matti Siikaluoma - 39.2 kg 61 - Joni Koponen - 38.7 kg 62.5 - Tomi Kesti - 38.6 kg 62.5 - Eric Zurloff - 38.6 kg 64 - William Reed - 38.2 kg 65.5 - Michael Kirwin - 37.85 kg 65.5 - Rudi Mineur - 37.85 kg 67 - Jarno Hyväri - 37.7 kg 68 - Alejandro Saravia - 37.69 kg 69 - Ilia Makarov - 37.6 kg 70.5 - Jon May - 37.5 kg 70.5 - Adam Lautenschlager - 37.5 kg 72 - Chaz Strange - 37.438 kg 73 - Al Block - 37.35 kg 74 - Bryan Murphy - 36.92 kg 75.5 - Sam Milhoan - 36.81 kg 75.5 - Ron Pawlus - 36.81 kg 77 - Taneli Levo - 36.7 kg 78 - Tony King - 36.67 kg 79 - Ben Ford - 36.65 kg 80 - Allen Heineck - 36.5 kg 81 - Frank Chaudoin - 36.28 kg 83 - Colten Collard - 36.1 kg 83 - Sarah Chappelow - 36.1 kg 83 - Landon Eckhart - 36.1 kg 85 - James Jeffers - 36.05 kg 86.5 - Travis Weinand - 35.7 kg 86.5 - Jari Taipale - 35.7 kg 88 - Guliaev Michail - 35.24 kg 89 - Anthony Clarino - 35.23 kg 90 - Pat Mielcarz - 35.2 kg 91 - Vladimir Eganov - 35.1 kg 92.5 - Marko Honkasalo - 35 kg 92.5 - Alex Nykanen - 35 kg 94.5 - Vakula Evgeniy - 34.98 kg 94.5 - Yarovoy Maksim - 34.98 kg 96 - Noah Palmer - 34.9 kg 97 - Scott Pirsak - 34.85 kg 98 - Jesse Hagedorn - 34.75 kg 99 - David Butterworth - 34.65 kg 100 - Mike Saffell - 34.54 kg 101.5 - Will Guiliani - 34.45 kg 101.5 - David Johnson - 34.45 kg 103 - Austin Thomas - 34.38 kg 104 - Zach Ebel - 34.2 kg 105 - Albert Kravchenko - 34.1 kg 106 - Dom Crane - 34 kg 107 - Darrin Shallman - 33.92 kg 108.5 - Thomas twomey - 33.9 kg 108.5 - Marco Reyes - 33.9 kg 110 - Emetc Dmitriy - 33.89 kg 111 - Stefano Fortugno - 33.7 kg 112 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 33.05 kg 113.5 - Jeff Walling - 32.65 kg 113.5 - Devin Hoover - 32.65 kg 115 - Alexey Chirkov - 32.6 kg 116.5 - Yngve Wehus - 32.5 kg 116.5 - Mike Kettle - 32.5 kg 118 - Jerome Bloom - 32.45 kg 119 - Alexander Andreev - 32.4 kg 120 - Blair Cossette - 32.35 kg 121 - Yakhnovets Artem - 32.22 kg 122 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 32.19 kg 123 - Chad Gustin - 32.02 kg 124 - Ian Miller - 32 kg 125.5 - Romark Weiss - 31.95 kg 125.5 - Jorge Flores - 31.95 kg 127 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - 31.7 kg 128 - Marja Laari - 31.35 kg 129 - Hilde Holtebu - 31.25 kg 130 - Luigi Costanzo - 31.2 kg 131 - Bruno Gonzalez - 30.9 kg 132.5 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 30.3 kg 132.5 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 30.3 kg 134 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 30.12 kg 135.5 - Tomas Valverde - 30.1 kg 135.5 - Jukka Pätsi - 30.1 kg 137.5 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 30 kg 137.5 - Ian Sasche - 30 kg 139 - Isaac Litzenberger - 29.85 kg 140 - Tammy McClure - 29.66 kg 141 - Viktor Tinus - 29.1 kg 142.5 - Tyler Harnett - 28.7 kg 142.5 - Kendra Panko - 28.7 kg 144 - Jen Tibbenham - 28.625 kg 145 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 28.35 kg 146.5 - Balanel Daniil - 28.2 kg 146.5 - Boyko Andrey - 28.2 kg 148 - Ben Edwards - 28.03 kg 149 - Keith Steffensen - 27.7 kg 150 - Oleg Bludilov - 27.6 kg 151 - Becky Houston - 27.5 kg 152 - Greg Dorvil - 27.438 kg 153 - Micheal Bierman - 27.05 kg 154 - Fernando Munoz - 26.9 kg 155.5 - J.F. Macias - 26.7 kg 155.5 - Bryan Sanchez - 26.7 kg 157.5 - Hanna Lallo - 26.6 kg 157.5 - Ashley Munsey - 26.6 kg 159 - Melissa Dingey - 26.59 kg 160 - James Poke - 26.4 kg 161 - Rick Blanchard - 26.2 kg 162 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 26.15 kg 163 - Ed Carlson - 26.05 kg 165 - Diego Fouillioux - 25.9 kg 165 - Oscar Celis - 25.9 kg 165 - Sebastian Dominguez - 25.9 kg 167 - Brittany Walling - 25.85 kg 168 - Katherine Bennett - 25.75 kg 169 - Lorna Paton - 25.05 kg 170.5 - Eetu Alatalo - 25 kg 170.5 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 25 kg 172 - Gord MacDonald - 24.7 kg 173 - Saija Kantola - 24.055 kg 174 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 23.25 kg 175 - Sara Saffell - 23.18 kg 176 - Andrew Smith - 23.095 kg 177 - Laura Guy - 23.05 kg 178 - Hayley la cioppa - 22.9 kg 179 - Joseph Lentini - 22.7 kg 180 - Kristen Sanders - 22.68 kg 181 - Kirsty Kussatz - 22.5 kg 182 - Taunia Stevens - 22.35 kg 183 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 22.11 kg 184 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 22.095 kg 185 - Henna Nokkala - 22.05 kg 186 - Koroleva Irina - 22 kg 187 - Mel Brown - 21.9 kg 188.5 - Danny Villafana - 21.7 kg 188.5 - Kathy Facey - 21.7 kg 190 - Isabell Warner - 21.25 kg 192 - Laura Taipale - 21.05 kg 192 - Maddi Grey - 21.05 kg 192 - Desiree Deis - 21.05 kg 194 - Amaru Gonzalez - 20.9 kg 195 - Megan Hagedorn - 20.75 kg 196 - Sarah Rhodes - 20.4 kg 197 - Olga Soshina - 19.4 kg 198 - Emily Feaster - 19.05 kg 199 - Franziska von Canning - 18.9 kg 200 - Anita Sääskö - 18.7 kg 201 - Ellie Parish - 18.1 kg 202 - Jessica Johannessen - 17.9 kg 203 - Zin Anastasia - 17.59 kg 204 - Tatiana Davydova - 17.4 kg 205 - Agne Zubaviciute - 17.1 kg 206 - Ellie Crane - 15.945 kg 207 - Minna Taipale - 14.15 kg 208 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 12.5 kg 209 - Chantal Werrett - 11.65 kg 210 - Valerie Silver - 8.9 kg 214.5 - Kevin Boylan - NO LIFT 214.5 - Dave Dickey - NO LIFT 214.5 - Addam Chaudoin - NO LIFT 214.5 - Derek Gilson - NO LIFT 214.5 - Dan Mullaney - NO LIFT 214.5 - Gordon Hearn - NO LIFT 214.5 - Paul Bloom - NO LIFT 214.5 - Mohamed Khan - NO LIFT Little Big Horn Results (Combined) Points - Competitor Name - Best Result 1 - Tim Butler - 117.487 kg 2 - Juha-Matti Rautiainen - 112.05 kg 3 - Luke Raymond - 110.19 kg 4 - Pupchenko Ivan - 109.1 kg 5 - Grunskiy Dmitriy - 106.2 kg 6 - Brad Provick - 105.02 kg 7 - Arto Joronen - 105 kg 8 - Potapenko Dmytro - 104.7 kg 9 - Jedd Johnson - 102.81 kg 10 - Thomas Larsen - 102.65 kg 11 - Nick Sanders - 100.65 kg 12 - Alexey Tyukalov - 100.15 kg 13 - Joseph Hodgson - 100 kg 14 - Ryan Grabarczyk - 99.75 kg 15 - Clint Ziegler - 99.48 kg 16 - Jason Dingey - 98.63 kg 17 - Tom Denmeade - 96.05 kg 18 - Ben Cossey - 95.9 kg 20 - Mike Gentile - 95.2 kg 20 - Johannes Lampinen - 95.2 kg 20 - Harri Tolonen - 95.2 kg 22.5 - Samuel Pöyry - 95.05 kg 22.5 - Santeri Mikkonen - 95.05 kg 24 - James Jeffers - 94.5 kg 25 - Simon Stewart - 94.15 kg 26 - Petri Rantalainen - 94.05 kg 27 - John Enzenauer - 93.62 kg 28 - Eric Roussin - 93.22 kg 30 - Jesse Thomasfolk - 92.6 kg 30 - Joni Koponen - 92.6 kg 30 - Jarno Hyväri - 92.6 kg 32 - Adam Cohen - 92.5 kg 33 - Steve Millard - 92.05 kg 34 - Glenn Hunter - 91.85 kg 35 - Glen Krutli - 91.65 kg 36 - Bryce Johnson - 91 kg 37.5 - Zach Mullins - 90.72 kg 37.5 - Ben Helms - 90.72 kg 39 - Vakula Evgeniy - 90.33 kg 40 - Beloshapka Dmitriy - 90.22 kg 41.5 - William Reed - 90.2 kg 41.5 - Ben Claridad - 90.2 kg 43 - Joel Dircks - 90 kg 44 - Mike Saffell - 89.54 kg 45 - Pat Mielcarz - 87.65 kg 46 - Tommi Hietamies - 87.6 kg 47 - Matti Siikaluoma - 87.45 kg 48.5 - Al Block - 86.68 kg 48.5 - Eric Zurloff - 86.68 kg 50 - Leiv Sødal - 86.15 kg 51 - Tkach Alexander - 86.03 kg 52 - Dubovich Roman - 86.01 kg 53.5 - Bryan Murphy - 86 kg 53.5 - Grant Thompson - 86 kg 55 - Andy Munsey - 85.3 kg 57.5 - Veikko Mikkonen - 85 kg 57.5 - Ilia Makarov - 85 kg 57.5 - Michael Kirwin - 85 kg 57.5 - Michael Rogowski - 85 kg 60 - Tyler Yeager - 84.987 kg 61 - Anthony Clarino - 84.63 kg 62.5 - Will Guiliani - 84.45 kg 62.5 - Ajuna Rwakatare - 84.45 kg 64.5 - Voloshaniuk Nikolay - 84 kg 64.5 - Tyler Olsen - 84 kg 66.5 - David Butterworth - 82.45 kg 66.5 - Rudi Mineur - 82.45 kg 68 - Evan Norton - 82.31 kg 69 - Zach Ebel - 81.72 kg 70 - Noah Palmer - 81.3 kg 71 - Marko Honkasalo - 81.15 kg 72 - Emetc Dmitriy - 80.9 kg 73 - Jon May - 80 kg 74 - Travis Weinand - 79.45 kg 75 - Chad Gustin - 79.09 kg 76 - Colton Storm - 79.05 kg 77 - Scott Pirsak - 78.5 kg 78 - Bruno Gonzalez - 78.3 kg 79 - Tony Coward - 78.075 kg 80.5 - Sarah Chappelow - 78.05 kg 80.5 - Landon Eckhart - 78.05 kg 82.5 - Guliaev Michail - 77.97 kg 82.5 - Tony King - 77.97 kg 84.5 - Ripchanskiy Maksim - 77.88 kg 84.5 - Yarovoy Maksim - 77.88 kg 86 - Adam Lautenschlager - 77.5 kg 87 - Dave Thorton - 77.19 kg 88 - Jeremy Everding - 77.05 kg 89 - Josh Culpepper - 76.91 kg 90 - Alejandro Saravia - 76.05 kg 91 - Yakhnovets Artem - 75.33 kg 92 - Yngve Wehus - 75.15 kg 93 - Tony Madline - 75 kg 94 - Chaz Strange - 74.987 kg 95 - Petri Partanen - 74.95 kg 96 - Darrin Shallman - 74.91 kg 97 - Gumenniy Dmitriy - 74.41 kg 98 - Jari Taipale - 74 kg 99.5 - Isaac Litzenberger - 73.5 kg 99.5 - Allen Heineck - 73.5 kg 101 - Tomi Kesti - 72.55 kg 102 - Sam Milhoan - 72.5 kg 103 - Taneli Levo - 71.1 kg 104 - Blair Cossette - 71 kg 105 - Vladimir Eganov - 70 kg 106 - Jeff Walling - 69.16 kg 107 - Ron Pawlus - 69.09 kg 108 - Jesse Hagedorn - 69.05 kg 109 - Tremayne Desmarteaux - 68.72 kg 110 - Panchenko Michail - 67.82 kg 111 - Marco Reyes - 67.7 kg 112 - Ben Edwards - 67.48 kg 113 - Jerome Bloom - 67.4 kg 114 - Boyko Andrey - 66.4 kg 115.5 - James Poke - 66.3 kg 115.5 - Thomas twomey - 66.3 kg 117 - Alexander Andreev - 66.1 kg 118 - Tammy McClure - 65.76 kg 119 - Mashkovets Vyacheslav - 65.13 kg 120.5 - Jukka Pätsi - 65.05 kg 120.5 - Marja Laari - 65.05 kg 122.5 - Alexey Chirkov - 65 kg 122.5 - Alex Nykanen - 65 kg 124 - Derek Gilson - 64.987 kg 125 - Jarrod Ervin - 64.86 kg 126 - Romark Weiss - 64.45 kg 127 - Balanel Daniil - 63.9 kg 128 - Tyler Harnett - 63.5 kg 129 - Frank Chaudoin - 63.49 kg 130 - Dom Crane - 63 kg 131 - Mike Kettle - 62.5 kg 132 - Ben Ford - 62.09 kg 133 - Dmitry Lappalainen - 62 kg 134.5 - Devin Hoover - 61.22 kg 134.5 - Luigi Costanzo - 61.22 kg 136 - Hilde Holtebu - 61.15 kg 137.5 - Albert Kravchenko - 61 kg 137.5 - Ian Miller - 61 kg 139 - Stefano Fortugno - 60.72 kg 140.5 - Hanna Lallo - 60 kg 140.5 - Anastasiia Ivchenko - 60 kg 142 - Jen Tibbenham - 59.5 kg 143 - Brittany Walling - 59.32 kg 144 - Jan Helge Jannis Messel - 58.65 kg 145 - Melissa Dingey - 57.72 kg 146 - Ashley Munsey - 57.6 kg 147.5 - Saija Kantola - 57.5 kg 147.5 - Viktor Tinus - 57.5 kg 149 - Addam Chaudoin - 57.01 kg 150 - Keith Steffensen - 56.72 kg 151 - Sara Saffell - 56.59 kg 152 - Vinny Ferraiuolo - 56.43 kg 153 - Ripchanskaya Ekaterina - 56.27 kg 154 - Tomas Valverde - 56.2 kg 155 - Irina Toft Sundtjønn - 55.4 kg 156 - Austin Thomas - 55.3 kg 157 - Joseph Lentini - 54.72 kg 158 - Jorge Flores - 54.45 kg 159 - Kathy Facey - 53.72 kg 160.5 - Diego Fouillioux - 53.7 kg 160.5 - Oscar Celis - 53.7 kg 162 - Kendra Panko - 53.5 kg 163 - Lorna Paton - 53.15 kg 164 - Gord MacDonald - 52.72 kg 165 - Sebastian Dominguez - 52.7 kg 166 - Katherine Bennett - 52.05 kg 167 - Koroleva Irina - 51.8 kg 168 - Dan Mullaney - 51.69 kg 169 - Henna Nokkala - 51.5 kg 170 - Becky Houston - 51.25 kg 171.5 - Gordon Hearn - 51 kg 171.5 - Ed Carlson - 51 kg 173 - Laura Guy - 50.15 kg 174 - Hasan Al-Hakim - 50.02 kg 175 - Oleg Bludilov - 50 kg 176 - Greg Dorvil - 49.987 kg 177.5 - Bryan Sanchez - 49.45 kg 177.5 - David Johnson - 49.45 kg 179 - Mokhovataya Svetlana - 49.25 kg 180 - Andrew Smith - 48.2 kg 181.5 - Fernando Munoz - 47.7 kg 181.5 - Amaru Gonzalez - 47.7 kg 183 - Ian Sasche - 47.5 kg 184.5 - Micheal Bierman - 46 kg 184.5 - Taunia Stevens - 46 kg 186.5 - Maddi Grey - 43.5 kg 186.5 - Desiree Deis - 43.5 kg 188 - Megan Hagedorn - 42.05 kg 189 - Mel Brown - 41.55 kg 190 - Isabell Warner - 41 kg 191 - Olga Soshina - 40.5 kg 192 - Hayley la cioppa - 40.3 kg 193 - Danny Villafana - 40.1 kg 194 - Kirsty Kussatz - 40 kg 195 - Zin Anastasia - 39.95 kg 196.5 - Anita Sääskö - 38.5 kg 196.5 - Laura Taipale - 38.5 kg 198 - Kristen Sanders - 37.15 kg 199 - Franziska von Canning - 36.3 kg 200 - Chantal Werrett - 34.65 kg 201 - Emily Feaster - 34.1 kg 202.5 - Ellie Parish - 34.05 kg 202.5 - Agne Zubaviciute - 34.05 kg 204 - Minna Taipale - 33.8 kg 205 - Pirozhenko Miroslava - 32.56 kg 206 - Jessica Johannessen - 31.3 kg 207 - Eetu Alatalo - 31.15 kg 208 - Sarah Rhodes - 28.3 kg 209 - Tatiana Davydova - 24.8 kg 210 - Valerie Silver - 18.8 kg 211 - Ellie Crane - 15.945 kg 215 - J.F. Macias - NO LIFT 215 - Kevin Boylan - NO LIFT 215 - Dave Dickey - NO LIFT 215 - Rick Blanchard - NO LIFT 215 - Colten Collard - NO LIFT 215 - Paul Bloom - NO LIFT 215 - Mohamed Khan - NO LIFT
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  19. https://youtube.com/shorts/0EPplmGYmPM?feature=share I broke Brian Shaw's World record of 5 reps on this last weekend, with 6 reps Saturday and then 7 reps on Sunday (shown on video here).
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  20. Not me unfortunately lol. Worked out at Tim’s and this young (early 20s) grip newbie tried Tim’s Inches - he had never seen an Inch before and he easily lifted one in each hand. I think we will see some good farmers walk videos if he sticks with this …
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  21. my best ever in 10 years of attempts. For me this marks a huge milestone not only in my fatbar lifts but also in my recovery from partially degloving my right index finger last November. Body weight 210 lb today, this is a Slator bell owned by Tanner Merkle
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  22. I found a 137 IronMind #3 while Pre-rating grippers. I thought I would make it a GripBoard exclusive. How should we do this? EDIT: If you're just discovering this thread, JUMP STRAIGHT TO THE CONTEST
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  23. Well on my way to the 3.5 cert, feels good to hit a milestone. CCS on my weak 165 3.5 is the next in line to fall.
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  24. It has been a few years, but with the blessing of former profile guru @anwnate and GripBoard admin @Wannagrip, 2023 will have a monthly grip profile. The point will be to introduce someone who has made some sort of impact on the grip sports community. Most likely, many of us will already know the person, or of the person, but this profile will present a slightly more robust picture of an athlete who is crushing it lately, or for a long time. I'll be sending out a short set of questions and, mostly, just posting the answers along with a few words of praise from my own thoughts. Comments welcome, hopefully in the spirit of camaraderie and friendship. I will normally do about one per month, but for January 2023, to kick off the new series and the new year, I will profile two great gripsters: 2022 King Kong winners Ivan Pupchenko (@Ivan Pupchenko) and Sarah Chappelow (@SarahChappelow). I'll do two posts, one for each, and I am not even sure which one I will post first -- they are two folks worthy of big grip respect. Both are the featured profiles for January, and then we will take it from there one per month for a while and see how it goes. Both profiles will be posted this week (interviews done, just gotta post!). People can DM me with ideas for future profiles; I think there are a bunch of folks worthy of note who have not been profiled before, either because Nate just did not get to them, or they got into grip since Nate stopped.
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  26. This past weekend I travelled to Las Vegas to compete in the World Armlifting Championship. This is the replacement contest that Armlifting USA organized in the absence of there being an open APL World Armlifting Championship in Russia this year (and likely any time soon). One of the things that made this trip special for me was that is was the first time that I had travelled such a long distance with a team to compete in a grip contest. We were four from Ottawa: me, Stefano Fortugno, Kathy Facey, and Zach Ebel. Though Stefano, Kathy, and Zach each only had a year and a half or less in the sport, they all managed to qualify for the contest based on their results in this summer’s Armlifting Super Series. The four of us have been training together every week for most of the year, which has been a lot of fun. The event was part of the Olympia weekend festivities in the convention centre area of the Venetian Hotel and it was contested over two days. Day 1 consisted of the Double Overhand Apollon’s Axle Deadlift and the Country Crush 3”x4” Pinch Blocks, while Day 2 included the 3”x4” Saxon Bar and the 2” Country Crush. On each day the women would compete first, followed by the men’s classes up to 100 kg, and finally the men’s classes 110 kg and above. With the Ottawa team represented in all three groups (Kathy in the 80+, Stefano in the 80, me in the 100, and Zach in the 110), I stayed around the competition area most of the time to take in all the action. With respect to my performances, I was quite pleased overall. The Axle deadlift has always been a good event for me. Training hadn’t been the most consistent for me since early November and I was sick for a couple of days a few weeks ago, so I didn’t expect to be hitting a PR in this lift. And while I didn’t, I did surprise myself with a lift of 192.5 kg (approx. 425 lbs), which was good enough for the event win. I expected my main competition in this event to come from Washington’s Andy Munsey. At the Arnolds earlier this year we both got up over 400 lbs. But I learned that he suffered an injury in King Kong in late October which continues to give him pain with the axle. I think he still lifted 175 kg, but in normal circumstances he’d be able to lift more. For the Country Crush Pinch Blocks, I wasn’t sure what to expect. It is an awkward lift and I wasn’t sure how lockout would be judged. By the way, though they are called “pinch blocks” I don’t consider this to be a test of pinch strength. For me, it’s all about wrist flexion. With my background in armwrestling, I knew I would do well. I managed to lift 82.5 kg (approx. 182 lbs), which was both a PR and a weight class world record. (To be fair, the top lifts in each class were world records as this was the first time the event was featured in a sanctioned contest.) I believe Andy lifted 80 kg to take second in the class. I had big expectations for the Saxon Bar. It is one of the few events where my training numbers have gone up considerably this year. The Saxon Bar used in the competition also felt great, so I thought that I might be able to hit my goal of 115 kg. It turns out I was right. I got 115 kg (253 lbs) and even felt I could do a bit more, but I was starting to get a skin tear in my thumb webbing. So rather than push it (and almost certainly getting a much bigger tear), I decided to save myself for the 2” Country Crush. I think Andy lifted 107.5 kg with the Saxon, which was a PR for him. With the Country Crush being the last event, I knew that I had a very good chance of winning the title, as it is a strong event for me. I think the most weight lifted by others in my class was 165 kg. At that point, I knew I still had a lot left in me and had won the contest, so I decided to jump straight to 182.5 kg (approx. 402 lbs) to go for a contest PR. I got the weight up, and feeling content, decided to call it a day. Andy finished in second in the class and Colorado’s Steve Millard took third. I got to leave with a lot of hardware: a medal for the World Championship win, and both a medal and a cool championship belt for the combined scoring from the Super Series and the World Championship. With respect to my team’s performances, I’m happy to report that we all did well. I believe Stefano and Kathy reached or slightly exceeded their target weights for the four events, and Stefano managed to secure a third place finish in the 80 kg class behind Will Reed and Michael Rogowski. As for Zach, he totally kicked butt! I knew he’d do well, because he’s good at thickbar events, and in training he was very strong with the Country Crush pinch blocks. So he was confident in three of the four events, and while his pinch strength lags a bit behind, I knew he’d still put up a respectable number. In the end, he lifted enough to finish at the top of his class! World Champion with less than a year of dedicated grip training! I believe he lifted 180 kg with the axle, 82.5 kg with the pinch blocks, 90 kg with the Saxon bar, and 170 (I think) with the Country Crush. Zach also happens to be good at vertical lifts and has better crushing strength than me, so I expect you’ll be seeing his name of lot in upcoming contest results. With our team’s performance, someone even asked if there was something special in the water up in Ottawa – which I think was a great compliment! In addition to the Ottawa group, there were three competitors from Alberta. Ian Wheat actually finished at the top of the 90 kg class, so Canadians took the 90, 100, and 110 classes. A few stray observations: Tammy McClure is a beast. She had a perfect year, winning every event in every armlifting contest she entered. She even outlifted Sarah Chappelow in the Country Crush Pinch Blocks event, though overall Sarah ably demonstrated why she’s the reigning Queen Kong of Grip. Her axle and Country Crush lifts were out of this world! Carl Myerscough came to break world records, and that’s exactly what he did. He finally broke the axle record, after chasing it for six years. His lift of 237.5 kg was strong and decisive – incredible to watch live! Then on Day 2 he broke the Saxon Bar world record (his own) with a lift of 136.5 kg (300 lbs)! Absolutely amazing! I think it’s only a matter of time before he officially gets the CoC #4 certification, after which it will be time to come up with new challenges! I’ve come to realize that I just perform better in single venue contests. Not sure if it comes down to the slightly different factors that come with multi-venue contests (e.g. humidity, seasoning, etc.), or if I get more of a boost when I’m in the same room with my competition, but I just lift more when I compete in the same setting as my opponents. While I was disappointed with most of my results in this year’s King Kong contest, I was very happy with what I was able to do this weekend. Riccardo Magni did a great job organizing this event, and I look forward to attending the next one: the Arnolds in March!
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  27. https://youtube.com/shorts/VfJS1J5m0lo?feature=share Hi guys today I unboxed the parcel sent to me by carl myrescott With a coc4 rgc 209 inside A 220 tetting and a 213 tetting (actually harder than the 220 also mentioned by Carl) I leave here the three videos of the attempts the complete unboxing video lasts more than 10 minutes I will try to avoid it tonight and share it here, I am having difficulty with loading rather I will try to speed it up so much you can see the whole unboxing clearly and roundly anyway. Current body weight 65 kg This along with the elite 7 video can give me an idea of the questions you've been asking yourself waiting to put the third and last piece I wish you all a good day And if by any chance you're training today it's a good workout guys. @Cannon @Vinnie @SeNoLD @Chez @Ivan Cuk @stranger @slazbob @Alawadhi @Wannagrip @climber511 @AdamTGlass This g ripper return to Carl But i have time to workout with this and close the 220 this Is my goal. @PHATMUSCLE COACHING https://youtube.com/shorts/8rqYr5z22Wo?feature=share Full video with umboxing Now here
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  28. This forum will be over 22 years old in February. This forum is also one where people get along without continuous arguments and other adverse behaviors. Asking for proof by literally world experts in grip and it's history is not brutal. It's why trolls and fake accounts have not taken over this forum for the last 20 years or worse yet, kill it. Like a lot of social media is today frankly.... This is far from the first time a person on this forum has all of a sudden shown up with all time best claims for grip feats. And, made what amounts to super duper inhuman gains to this level as well. Many who commented and doubted it (why is this a bad thing?) have been on this forum a long time as well. To my knowledge, and maybe some of those members have a better memory, but I cannot recollect ANY of them bearing to be true in the end. With that said, it just might be the time given these odds for someone like Tiziano to finally show up and be legit?
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  29. I think, as a community, there needs to be a little more room for onboarding. What I mean is that Tiziano has completed the MM0 certification, is also a GripBoard contributor and has a whopping 22 posts. He made an investment in the GripBoard without really knowing who we are. Now having seen the welcome wagon, I wonder if he will bother to post much more. I hope he does because not doing so will only serve to validate the skepticism. Meanwhile, he did post a rather shocking claim that would establish him as a generational rarity. For those of us who have been in the grip game for ages, we have seen similar claims come and go usually without further substantiation. But not always. So I feel there is a right to doubt, but not a right to be unwelcoming. There is plenty of room to be encouraging while asking for more. The feat was posted on Wednesday and it's now Saturday morning. What was he supposed to do for us in that time? It also seems like he is amenable to appeasing our requests for more proof which will take more time. But as a community we need to wait and see what accumulates. For example, I guarantee if he did the #3.5 cert on Monday there would be people posting about "I wish you did Mash Monster instead" or "Yeah but was the gripper rated". Consider giving him time to come around to the feat you wanted to see. I hope Tiziano sticks around. I would really like to see what accumulates.
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  30. The winner of the 2022 King Kong Exceptional Lifter Award, which recognizes pound-for-pound excellence, is Australia's Ben Cossey! At a bodyweight of only 70.5 kg (155 lbs), he finished in 12th place overall. He not only won his weight class (74 kg): he outperformed all competitors in the 83 kg and 93 kg classes as well! Truly remarkable!
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  31. I'll begin with the back story. I certed the COC 3 in November, and I had lost some of the focus I had leading up to that since I never really settled on a next goal. In addition, my workout buddy had his first baby in December, and he stopped hosting weekly grip training (as would be expected of a newborn's parent) -- and that is how I kept sort-of current with the hot new implements (grab ball, Finnish ball, etc.) and also how I kept myself doing at least a little something once a week or so. On top of that, I moved into an apartment with my girlfriend in December, and we have no place to put my grip stuff, so it is in storage. Fast forward to now, and I have descended to doing grippers once a week or so in my office, which means I am not doing a whole lot at all. I also went to Aruba in May with my girlfriend and came home May 25th weighing 192 - 9 or 10 pounds over the top of my usual 83kg weight class. That is the most I ever weighed, thanks to all-inclusive vacationing. So I was at my oldest (ok that's always true for everyone, but when you are 25 that can still mean getting better, while at 53+ the added age is not helping any); at my fattest (I was never over 190 before, and at 5 foot 6 I should be 140-160); and my least "trained" since I discovered grip 5 years ago. What better set-up for me to attend the US Grip Sports National Championship! Anyway, regarding nationals, I figured: I know I haven't trained, but certing the 3 makes me automatically qualified for nationals; I may as well take advantage of that and go, so I can be qualified next year. Then I realized, wait, I am 53, I don't have to qualify anyway; I can go any year I want because I am in the Masters class! So then I figured, well they are doing 20mm block set grippers, so I should go, because grippers. But I did block set grippers at a comp last year (I forget if it was nationals or a different comp) and I got my PR of 150 RGC and missed the 155 right around when I was beginning to hit my gripper peak; this is the same set of grippers, so I know I won't be able to top that now that I've slacked off. Grippers aren't the reason to go this year. So then I figured, well I always go with Anton and Anthony and Tom, can't let them down! But I asked them, and they all said they weren't going this year. I needed another excuse. So I said to my son (who turned 16 today and thinks all this grip stuff is weird and crazy, like dad jokes but with implements and road trips to places no one would otherwise go), "You know, if you want to get out of having to buy me a Father's Day gift, you could just come with me to Nationals on Father's Day weekend." Clearly, I was desperate, and wanted to go to Nationals at any price. This was like a drug addict asking a cop to come with him to help him get crack. But he said OK! I was really happy. Teens are selfish, and I did not expect him to be willing to come with me to another city to stare at his phone for hours in the car and while I competed when he could just stay home in his room and do that. How nice that he would do that for me for Father's Day! So imagine my surprise when, a few days later, he asked me a question about how he would do on the implements and I realized he thought he would be competing. Stupidly I gave him an out and said "Oh, you don't have to compete ..."; but he said, rolling his eyes in annoyance at me for not reading his mind as teens always do, "I said I would, so I will!" Whoa. I liked that misunderstanding. I was just happy he was joining me at all, but he thought he had been asked to -- and agreed to --compete! YASSS! So I paid the $60 for both of us and we were on the roster. I booked a hotel with an indoor pool because I know he likes that, and I prepaid to save $20. I almost never prepay hotels and forgot that I did that. So here I was, old, fat, and friendless, not having trained any of the implements, with three weeks to nationals. And a son to impress. I did the only thing I could: Nothing, because I had nowhere to work out, no one to work out with, and not enough time to do it. And I most certainly couldn't eat. Fast forward to June 17. I drove my son the 175 or so miles to the hotel, stopping at the Clinton Station diner in NJ on the way (an old fave of both of ours). Instead of playing on his phone the whole time, we talked music; he's getting interested in classic rock and knows it about as well as I do. He introduced me to the Gorillas, a group he likes that isn't really new but newer than my area of knowledge which ends around the 90s lol. He also asked me about how to gauge which weights to try, and we just had a great drive. Usually he just sits staring at his phone with his air pods in. This was awesome. On comp day, we showed up for weigh-in. I had been so good for a few weeks and did not want to miss 83kg (183 pounds), and I had been exactly 183 on my scale at home before I left (meaning I had lost 9 pounds since Aruba - yay me). And I weighed in at ... 178!?!?! Huh? It would have been nice to know that my scale at home must have been reading 5 pounds heavy lol. My son weighed in at 129, which made him the only competitor in either 59kg or 66kg (I think the cut-off is right around 129). I was the only 83kg competitor, because Clint Ziegler thankfully put on a few pounds since last time, and I think I was the only Masters competitor as well; at least with my gray hair I looked like the only one lol. The events: (1) 20 mm block set grippers. Grippers/crush are always my best events, and I have even on occasion beaten Jedd and Lucas on specific gripper events like TNS or dynamometer or silver bullet, but I am not great at block set closes. My PR right around when I was ramping up for the COC cert was 150 RGC block set (was also around that for CCS, and 140 for TNS; I just don't get much higher with narrower set; my best MMS close ever was 165, but without passing a block through). The grippers here are a set I've tried before, and last time I got the 150 easily on my first attempt but failed the 155 for my next three attempts. I figured I could probably still do the 150 and I was right; it was not hard at all when I warmed up. And weird, I got the 155 in warm-up also; did my office gripper sessions actually get me back into form? I tried the 160 next, but NOT EVEN CLOSE. It was weird how solidly I got the 155 and then I was maybe a quarter inch off the 160. Well, I didn't want to push my luck and get tired before the actual attempts, so I resolved to start with 150 to make sure I was on the board, go to 155 for my second attempt and hopefully secure a comp PR, and then have two shots at the 160 that as I had just seen, I was probably not going to close. And too bad, since @Kluv#0 had offered a $25 prize for anyone closing 160 or more. Sure enough, 1st and 2nd attempt I got 150 and 155, no prob. Already better than I thought I'd do, and now I was getting greedy. But when I went for the 160, again I missed by like a quarter inch. I hadn't tried the 165 because that's the most I ever MMS closed even without a block, and I was sure I was not in my top form, as confirmed by having so much trouble with the 160. But I also noticed that Jedd and Luke had OPENED with the 165 (I think, or at least they had both done it by round 3 and were attempting 170 already). So I thought, hey, I know they are both stronger than me, but I'm good on grippers and I've beaten both of them at individual gripper events before, so if they are closing 165 at an early attempt maybe I should just skip that rough 160 and try the 165 for my last attempt. Well I did, and I missed, but barely. I was much closer on the 165 than on the 160, and in fact I had to look at Jedd to know I didn't get it, and he had to peer closely at the handles to say so. But I can't complain! I never closed even 155 with a block, so that was a PR. After the fact, everyone who tried both the 160 and the 165 agreed that the 165 was easier. If only I had been bold enough to attempt it during warm-ups, maybe I'd have known that I should skip the 160 like Jedd and Luke did and just go from the 155 to the 165. With two shots at it, I might just have made it. I might not -- it was a little harder than the 155 -- but the 160 was a brick. I think maybe Jedd should switch them in the future, or re-rate them. It's silly that the one with the higher number is easier than the one before it. But at least I know for next time. Now I want that gripper. I want it bad! But I can't complain -- I never closed even 155 with a block, so that was a PR and I was thrilled. A few guys got 165 and Jason Dingey might have been the only one to beat that, with something 170 or more. No one else there could touch 170. I mean they touched it but they didn't touch the handles lol. My son? Well, he's not a grip guy and was here for me, not for PRs. His mechanics were awful. He basically no set closes the gripper and just passes the block through while it is closing. For his last attempt he closed a COC Trainer at about 60 RGC. I think with good form he could do 80 or so, but this is not important to him. And this is way better than a few months ago. He's been growing and, light as he is, at least he is now man sized (height, length of fingers, etc.). No doubt he will bulk up a tad, being 5'8 and only 129 pounds fully clothed. (2) 3-inch Saxon bar. I hate wide pinch. I have done over 240 on a 2-inch and a 2.5-inch saxon bar, but my PR on the 3-inch was 187. My warm-ups were going well though, so I opened at 178. Not bad! I did my second attempt at 188. I got it -- my PR! -- with more in the tank! But, I tore the webbing in my left hand and it was bleeding quite a bit. I caked chalk into the blood, desperately wanting to try 198 for a third attempt. But I set up and started the attempt, put my hands on the bar, and it just felt like this was not the right choice. I aborted and decided I should be happy with the 188. It was a PR. But the fact that my arms and body were saying there was a potential for more made me feel really good about this comp, especially after the grippers. Other guys went well into the mid 200s on this. I believe Jason pulled 258! My son? He pulled about 86. He said the pinch was way too wide for his hands and actually hurt. He felt like the weight was not what was stopping him, but the pain. He did his four attempts a little lower than the weight he thought he could lift, and I am glad he did not push his fingers more -- he is an absolutely astonishing pianist for his age (and not bad for any age really), so I would prefer he not injure those ivory ticklers. (3) 2-inch Napalm Nightmare two-hand rolling handle. OK, so I am never good at thick bar but this is more a weight problem than a grip problem. Just like I can DOH axle the same as I can deadlift mixed-grip, I am limited by just not being an overall beast. Only my arms are well trained. My PR on this was 325 pounds though, which isn't much more than my deadlift PR, and you don't need to start from as low for this. So I expected to beat that. I was right - warm-up lifts at 300-plus were easy, so I came in at 352. I needed the smaller blocks to do it, and again it wasn't a grip issue - I had to do a calf raise to get to the bar, even with the block. 362 on my second attempt was even harder. For my third, I tried 372 with the higher block so I could reach the crossbar, but while failing that I realized that this was why my PR was only 325: I had used the higher block at the previous comp in order to make sure I hit the crossbar, but I just can't do these weights at that deficit -- it makes it like a deadlift. But I couldn't quite reach the crossbar even with the lower platform. So, for my fourth attempt, I put the lower platform on top of 45-pound plates. Voila! I got 372. A hefty PR for me. But in truth, there was a little more in the tank. Just to see, I did a non-competition pull at 382, from the ground without any platform and not trying to hit the crossbar, and I pulled it to lockout. So next comp, 380-ish (or more) will be my goal, but I know I need some height but not too much height so that I can hit the crossbar but without the deficit of the higher platform. Very happy with the big PR. The big guns were all pushing deep into the 400s, but only Jason hit 500, with 502. Wow! My son? He was hoping to beat half of my best, but I had told him I was expecting 340-350. He had no idea what he could do, and finished his fourth attempt at 182. Neither he nor I expected me to double that, but as noted above it worked out that I did. He said he should have started higher because it felt (and looked) like he could do more, and he thinks he would be able to pull 200. I think so, too. Maybe he will want to come to another comp and see lol. (4) Little Big Horn. I hate this implement. Always have, always will. My PR for four years has been 167, which I got at my first ever comp. I don't like to train this, I don't like to do it. I don't even like to write about it. But somehow, I hit 169. On my fourth. I might even have had more in me, but since I hate it, I didn't try after my last attempt to see. Another PR. Here again, the heavy hitters went well into the 200s. I believe Tim Butler won, or tied with a few, at 238; he actually pulled more in an unofficial attempt after his fourth. He and Lucas kill on this event. Apologies if I am missing someone else who tied them. I was out since 169 and it was all stratospheric looking to me ... My son got 82. He also thought he could do more. Four PRs in four events, at my oldest, after cutting 8 or 10 pounds in 3 weeks, without training. Apparently the formula for success is age, eat, fast, and laze. I have another theory though. I think that doing all these events with such amazing competitors around me while my teen son watched made me push myself to the max. I wasn't really thinking it in so many words, but my son looks at me as an ox. I was among the oxen. It was Father's Day weekend. I was doing something I loved, with my son who I love, and he was happy. That night after the comp, we went out to Longhorn's Steakhouse and ordered nice medium rare steaks. mmmmmmmm. On Father's Day we drove back because he had a piano lesson to get to; we got there just in time. I'm so proud of this kid. Here's him playing last year (remote recital due to COVID; this year's live one is in two days, can't wait): That is why I don't want him hurting his fingers. Also, my ex would kill me. This was an AMAZING weekend. And to top it all off, when I left the hotel and went to pay, they reminded me that I had prepaid. Score! What I did not do in this writeup is discuss the "competition." For me, there was none. Most of the competitors beat me, and it wasn't that close; I came in 11th of 16, and my son was 15th. The only one with whom I was really competing was myself. And I won. Literally, too, because I was the only one in my weight class, as was my son. We each took home one of the cool red wooden skull trophies. Bookends! This is indeed the nerdiest, geekiest of strength sports, and that is just so appropriate for me. Thanks to Jedd and his minions for pulling off a perfectly run competition. Congrats to Jason and Melissa Dingey for being king and queen of the prom. This was the most fun I have had in a long time, for many reasons, and I look forward to many more.
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  32. Competition was canceled but that didn't stop me from getting yet another PR in the bench press. Finally 170kg after so many years of turmoil. Very few people know how hard I've worked through injury to get back up there. I hit 165kg seven years ago. Went through hell for this. And now I want more.
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  33. So I trained with my friend Fip and he is a grip monster. Fip is a very strong powerlifter and does strongman training sometimes. Hi best shoulder press is 185 KG and seated is 200 KG. So I called him for a grip session. He never trained grip, ever. He once in Strong gym attempted a CoC #3 with a bad set and got it near (I saw the video) and he never did anything else. He came over and trained grip on Saturday 7th of May 2022. He closed a #3! and yes I showed him how to set. But he didn't really do it right. He powered through it (you'll see it later on a video), He lifted the Inch no problem. He lifted the blob and face lifted it. He did pinch lift my 2 35's with two fingers which is very hard 35s. Those who tried it knows it. Even some 45 lifters couldn't lift this maybe because it is thin and sharp? He also did lift my 2 45s which is extremely hard. Strongest of the strong came to my grip temple and no one did it or even break the ground with it besides Big Sam. Sam Samuel Sopolinski easily lifted it. Heck even the thick bar King Khaled did it to his knees only. And finally, Fip easily did lift the Millennium dumbbell with each hands. Yup you heard me right. And yes, I did show him how to tilt as he is a beginner. He did have some air under it then asked him to tilt it. I filmed the tilt. Then on video I ask to again strict lift it he did have it up an inch or so strict. I will later post the video on my YT a week or so from now. Fip and I both weigh around 120 KG but him being much leaner. Is Fip the best newbie gripster I have seen? Nope. There was an Afghan a cousin of Razaq who was way better but the guy literally came from the cave ages and didn't want to be filmed because I could seal his soul and hack it, enslave him into anything I want. I will work on him and hopefully he agree's.
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  34. Sorry for a click-bait, guys At first I just thought to share the video with me crushing 3.5. And since it has 169 RGC, this CoC might be considered as a one with ~MM 2.5 resistance. And then I saw @Ivan Cukcrushing the MM 2, I was thinking that he will definitely run through MM3, MM4, etc. I immediately remembered about the huge jump between MM2 and MM3. And then... wait... huge jump between MM2 and MM3, light CoC 3.5... gap, bridge... I think you might already know what I'm going to propose next What about REAL MM 2.5? Made based on @Cannon's absolutely awesome Standard gripper: 1) With the RGC around 170-172 2) with the oil-tempted spring 3) with the sharp knurling 4) with a beautiful 'MM 2.5', 'WT legacy' stamps Anyways, It is an interesting concept to think of P.S. here is a vid (closed without a warm-up), enjoy
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  35. Time to restart , after turning 60 ,oldest son getting married and a lot of Beer. Bench bar 20 x 3 135x10 185x10 205x10 225x10 Incline bench 225 x 10x5 Hand gripper GHP #1 x10 GHP #2 5x5 GHP #3 5x5 GHP #4 5x5 Tricep push downs 30 x15 40 x15 50 x15 60 x15 70 x15 pinch grip with 60 lb 3x3 bar 60 x1 110 x1 120 x1 125 x1 reverse grip push down 10 x15 20 x15 30 x15 40 x15 50 x15
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  36. It is my honor and pleasure to write the grip profile for a newcomer to our sport but not to athleticism - former American Ninja Warrior (hope I got that right) Tammy Stow-McClure! Many past profiles have provided some unknown background facts about a grip legend we all already knew. This grip noob is someone we will all see more of later, if she sticks with the sport, and we will be able to say "we found out about her here!" Here are her answers to the grip profile questionnaire: 1. What are your stats? Grip Board name: Tammy Age: 39 Height: 5’ 5” Weight: 143 lbs Dominant hand, and hand size: 7 1/4”. Right hand is mostly dominant but the left is pretty even and surprises me doing better on a couple implements. Country/City: Boise, Idaho USA Relationship Status: married Children: 2 girls, ages 3 and 1 Occupation: My husband and I grow grapes, make wine and operate a winery and event center outside of Boise called Indian Creek Winery. My parents established the winery back in 1982 and I grew up on the farm as a kid. We’ve grown the business significantly and have a wine club. Our vibe is laid-back, bohemian garden atmosphere…a place to relax after a hard grip session. Haha! If any grippers out there want to come visit let me know! We can come up with some fun challenges 2. Why did you start training grip (and how long is it now)? My friend Jenn Tibbenham who I have known through the track and field back in college days visits her hometown near the Boise area. This past summer she asked if I would participate in a Grip competition if she hosted one while visiting and I said sure! I thought I was just helping a friend out but look at me now I am hooked! I have been rockclimbing since I was a teenager so I already have a natural knack for Grip. Although at times I feel like it butts heads or, quite literally, hands with climbing but overall I do feel like I am getting in general stronger from Grip training. 3. What are you most proud of accomplishing in grip already, and what is/are your grip goal/goals? I am pretty psyched I placed third overall for women at the 2022 King Kong. Also at the Olympia I managed to place all four implements world records in my weight class. It would be pretty neat to set some overall world records for females, regardless of weight class. But I know that probably will take years and I need to keep putting in the hard work. Specific goals would be lifting my double body weight on the Axel and 200 on the hilt. 4. How do you currently structure your overall training/how do you incorporate your grip training? Right now is the season (winter) for my main passion sport which is bouldering… A form of rock climbing where it’s pretty short and powerful and no ropes. It’s been hard to train for grip and arm lifting while trying to perform outside and sending my projects. I try to get in a solid and hard session grip wise at least once or twice a week that focus on whatever upcoming competition is next. I tend to over train so I have been trying to dial it back a little bit so I don’t stress my tendons too much. But generally speaking I try to put in 80% of my max on various lifts and generally do 5 x 5’s. Some days I will warm up and keep going until a max and then back off just to see where I am at. I will back way off and then stop doing any training the week before a competition. In general I like to walk especially having a one-year-old it’s been weighted backpack walks with her on my back. When I rock climb I get a lot of hiking in - typically weighted carrying three crash pads on my back. 5. What hobbies (other than grip/bending/lifting) do you enjoy? Obviously I love Bouldering… But I also love painting dogs, gardening and growing delicious produce, and hanging out with my little munchkins. I am totally that mom at the park playing on all the bars! 6. Do you have a personal anecdote, topic or thoughts you'd like to include in your profile? One great thing about Grip sport is the access to the sport from all ages and various athletic backgrounds. I have read a few different articles about how grip strength is correlated to longevity which is pretty cool to think about! But with that comes not only taking care of yourself through doing the workouts, but also the recovery part. Especially over the past five years I have noticed recovery is challenging or at least something I need to think about. Eating healthier, less junk, better sleep, collagen, vitamins, massage, sauna, cold plunges, mobility work, yoga. I’m probably preaching to the choir but I’m hoping all this helps so that as I age I can continue to improve and stave off injury. One thing is for sure… The Grip world is pretty rad thanks for the warm welcome. And also thank you Queen Sarah for the shoutout! 7. Whose Grip profile would you like to see next? Christina Bangma. She seems like she’s been in the world of lifting for quite a long time and she’s a beast! I got to chat with her a little bit at the Olympia. She loves Grip sport!
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  37. It’s been a few months since I’ve updated my list of the current overall Top 10 North American active grip sport/armlifting athletes. Here it is; the most notable changes are that Tanner Merkle and Adam Glass have been removed due to inactivity. I’m sure their names would reappear again if and when they decide to compete. 1 - Carl Myerscough (CA) 2 - Jedd Johnson (PA) 3 - Nick Sanders (KY) 4 - Brad Provick (SK) 5 - David Labbe (VA) 6 - Odd Haugen (CA) 7 - Jason Dingey (OH) 8 - Joel Dircks (MN) 9 - Eric Roussin (ON) 10 - Eric Dawson (MA) To be considered for this list, a competitor must have competed at least once in the past 12 months.
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  38. Here are the details about the gripper I will use for this project! I'm using an IronMind #3 that was just pulled from our current inventory. I grabbed this particular gripper because it has an average spread and also I liked how the 3s on the handles are both orientated mostly right-side up. I considered the idea of marking this gripper somehow. Ultimately I feel this is probably unnecessary but it does offer another way to confirm "Is that still the same gripper?" I decided that I will stamp "1M" at the top of the handle even though it turns out kind of sloppy. That actually works in my favor because there is really no way I could repeat it exactly. (Edit: Having now actually done the stamps, they turned out relatively well.) Specifications Fresh out of the package the spread was 3.003" and the rating was 150. That rating was technically the first rep and, as is normal, grippers don't reopen 100% often after a single rep. The new spread is 2.922". Then I oiled and repped the gripper to complete 30 reps like normal. The new rating was 148 and the the new spread was 2.904". It occurred to me that as time goes on, the spot where the handles touch is going to get pretty beat up. We protect against this in our regular rating service, but I would actually like to see this wear on this gripper. The wear could affect the spread measurement so I took a measurement on the outside of the handles in case that is valuable later. Finally, I made a sheet that gives me a place to take notes and track 10,000 reps at a time. The goal is filling 100 of these sheets. They will also serve as another record of all the reps and notes along the way. I think that's it for now. 10,000 reps are going on today!
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  39. Hello grip brothers! War is not an excuse to stop gripping. My second attempt to cert: gripper this time was much tougher than the last time. Even though I’ve got stronger, that wasn’t enough. I have closed the gripper during the third attempt but for a brief moment. This is why I refused to send the video back to Ironmind, I want to make certification as perfect as possible. P.S. calibration was not ideal, I know, have already adjusted my technique. But this is hell of a gripper! RGC is higher for about 4-5 lbs than on my hardest #3.
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  40. Tonight I bent a Red nail ( newer/harder batch) in IMP's with only rolling it up my leg and never using rubber bands. I got the inspiration from Alex Klimovich. But he did it with a Gold nail . Feel free to post your videos of you trying this style of wrapping/bending. Ironmind pads, rolled on the leg and no rubber bands. My video Alex's Gold
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  41. This doesn’t look all that hard, but the pressure felt on my wrist was crazy! Adam Glass also did this recently. Give it a try.
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  42. Just finished it. my new rating device
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