Cover: Showing his consistency and durability, in 1978 Al Feuerbach won his fourth U.S. National Outdoor Championships and in 1979 he was the runner-up.
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Cover: Steely-eyed and unwavering, Mariusz Pudzianowski became the first man to win the World's Strongest Man title five times.
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Cover: On the last lift of the competition, Matthias Steiner (Germany) cleaned and jerked the 258 kg he needed to win the Olympic gold medal.
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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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Cover: The last man to go, Derek Poundstone would win 2008 Fortissimus if he loaded this 517-lb. stone, which had eluded everyone else. Poundstone proved himself fully worthy of his name.
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Derek Poundstone wasn't supposed to be able to lift this 530-lb. stone.
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Cover: Richard Lupkes (l.) decided to start pulling again after 20 years--blowing through John Brzenk in a memorable re-match and taking the 2008 Arnold (shown here in his final match with Tim Bresnan (r.).
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Cover:Brad Gillingham was eyeball to eyeball with 390 kg, which would tie his lifetime personal record (2007 IPF Worlds).
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