What is the heaviest deadlift record?

501 kg
The heaviest deadlift is 501 kg (1,104.5 lb), and was achieved by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson (Iceland) at Thor’s Power Gym, Kópavogur, Iceland, on 2 May 2020.

How many world records does Zydrunas Savickas?

Zydrunas Savickas — The “big Z” (More than 520k social media followers), who has broken more than 20 world records since he participated in his first strength competition at 16, joined the Lympo family.

Who holds the strongman deadlift record?

Hafthor Bjornsson
Hafthor Bjornsson, Game of Thrones’ ‘Mountain’, breaks world deadlift record. Icelandic actor and strongman Hafthor Bjornsson set a world record for the deadlift on Saturday when he lifted 1,104 lb (501 kg) at Thor’s Power Gym in Iceland.

What is Big Z log lift record?

Big Z has been the holder of the Log Lift record since way back in 2005 with 202.5kg, a weight that no fewer than 7 men matched at the 2019 World Log Lift Challenge, a stark reminder of the rate the sport has progressed in the last 14 years.

Who has won the most WSM?

Mariusz Pudzianowski
Mariusz Pudzianowski has won the WSM championships five times, more than any other competitor in the event’s history. He began strength training when he was 13, after a school friend lifted him up over his head and held him there for several minutes.

What is the world record for deadlift at Arnold Strongman 2014?

A new world record has been set for the deadlift at the 2014 Arnold Strongman by Zydrunas Savickas at 1155 pounds.

What is Savickas’log lift world record?

During the SCL Holland event, Savickas set another world record in the Log Lift with a lift of 217.5 kg (480 lb). This was Savickas’ third Log Lift world record in 2012 and 9th consecutive Log Lift world record. On October 1, 2012, Savickas regained the WSM crown by winning the 2012 World’s Strongest Man contest in Los Angeles, California.

How many times did Savickas win the Arnold Classic?

Savickas won the Arnold Strongman Classic six consecutive times from 2003–2008. Savickas won the IFSA European Championships in 2005 which qualified him for the world championships. In September 2005, he broke three world records and won the IFSA Strongman World Championships in Quebec, Canada.

What happened to David Savickas powerlifting?

He won the silver medal in the World powerlifting championship in Japan with a total of 1,020 kg (2,250 lb), just 2.5 kg (5.5 lb) behind Brad Gillingham. In 2001, a contest in the Faroe Islands dealt Savickas a major setback, as he tore both patellar tendons during the Conan’s Wheel event.