Cover: Brian Shaw tied the Big Z at the 2010 WSM, but lost on countback, but the message was clear: strongman take note. In 2011, Shaw took first in the Giant's Live-London Qualifying Tour, securing a berth at the 2011 WSM.
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Cover: With a gritty effort, North Korea's Pang Kum Chol managed to save this 192-kg squat jerk. This was the editor's choice of Best Lift at the 2010 Asian Games.
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Cover: Behdad Salimi (Iran) won the super heavyweight class at the 2010 World Weightlifting Championships, along with the traditional title of "the strongest man in the world."
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Cover:Larry Brock spins years of hard work into a big victory at the 2010 IHGF Heavy Events World Championships.
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Cover:Arsen Kasabijew (Poland) finishes off this 217-kg clean and jerk at the 2010 European Weightlifting Championships.
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Cover:Zydrunas Savickas is strong in just about any way that you might reasonably assess strength--wasn't it about time that he won the 2009 World's Strongest Man contest?
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Cover: Aaron Neighbour (Australia) gives the Braemar stone his all on the way to winning the historic 2009 IHGF World Championships, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Cover: USA's John Brzenk went five for six against Russian Denis Cyplenkov at the PAL debut in Las Vegas.
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