Cover: Marcio Barboza locks horns with Eric Woelfel for the right-hand super heavyweight title at the over-the-top arm wrestling contest held at the Boomtown Casino and Hotel (Verdi, Nevada).
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Cover: George Asanidze clean and jerks 205 kg in Athens for an Olympic gold medal in the 85-kg category.
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Cover: Magnus Samuelsson (1998 WSM) has one of the mightiest arm--hand combinations you will ever run into.
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Cover: Arnold Schwarzenegger was invited to be the honorary captain of the USA weightlifting team at the Athens Olympics.
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Cover: Bill Pearl excelled at traditional feats of strength, such as tearing license plates.
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Cover: Shannon "Wonder Woman" Hartnett wings the weight for height at the 2003 U.S. Heavy Events Championships.
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Cover: Nathan Holle, one of the absolutely brightest stars in the grip world, has officially mashed the No. 4 Captains of Crush gripper.
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Cover: Hugo Girard makes an easy 175-kg world record on the IronMind Apollon's Axle at the 2003 IFSA Hawaii Grand Prix (Honolulu, Hawaii).
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Cover: The superest of the supers, Hossein Reza Zadeh (IRI) pulls himself under his world record 263-kg clean and jerk, at the 2002 World Weightlifting Championships.
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Cover: No more Mister Nice Guy: looking fierce and fit, Maosheng Le (CHN) sticks his world record 182.5-kg clean and jerk in the 62-kg category at the 14th Asian Games.
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Cover: World-class in three Olympic sports, Bruce Wilhelm also won the first two World's Strongest Man contests.
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Cover: Pyrros Dimas (GRE) ended up three-peating in Sydney, the second weightlifter in the history of the sport to ever win three Olympic gold medals.
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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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Cover: Saeed Salem Jaber (QAT) sank this outstanding 210-kg snatch, on his way to sweeping the gold medals in the super heavyweight class at the 2001 World Weightlifting Championships.
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Cover: Australia's Matt Sandford dancing with the 56-weight for distance, en route to winning the event and delivering a dominating performance, for another World Highland Games Heavy Events Championships title.
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Cover: Russia's Oleg Perepetchenov (77-kg category) stole the show at the 2001 European Weightlifting Championships in Trencin, Slovakia.
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Cover: Caught between a rock and a hard place: Svend Karlsen gives the Husafell Stone a ride through the desert, at the 1997 World's Strongest Man contest in Primm, Nevada.
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Cover: Naim Suleymanoglu en route to his historic third Olympic gold medal, 1996, Atlanta, Georgia USA.
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Cover: Super Hossein Rezazadeh (IRI) makes this 212.5-kg world record at the Sydney Olympics.
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Cover: Pete George, "the Boy Wonder," flexes a biceps.
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