IronMind's iconic photo of Ivan Chakarov (Bulgaria) squatting 270 kg for a rock-bottom triple dubbed "no-no-no" by Randall Strossen since Chakarov had no belt, no wraps, no spotters.
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It was the last lift of the contest and in a fairy-tale ending, Matthias Steiner cleaned and jerked 258 kg for the gold medal at the 2008 Olympic Games.
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Pyrros Dimas three-peats for Olympic gold at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney: that's why he's number one.
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Ilya Ilin was the first lifter in history to win both the Junior and the Senior World Weightlifting Championships, and the Asian Games in the same year. Plus, he was the 2008 Olympic Games gold medalist.
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Taner Sagir: we call him "the werewolf of weightlifting." An electrifying lifter, Taner Sagir won a gold medal at the Athens Olympics.
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2001 World's Strongest Man (WSM) winner Svend Karlsen giving the Husafell Stone a ride at the 1997 WSM contest.
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Derek Poundstone wasn't supposed to be able to lift this 530-lb. stone.
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Shannon "Wonder Woman" Hartnett wings the weight for height at the 2003 U.S. Heavy Events Championships.
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