Even if you do not know Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, you probably know his job. The current holder of the Strongest Man title in the world is the strong Icelandic professional athlete and actor one can hardly forget. And thanks to his role as Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane on HBO's Game of Thrones he's also known to those who are not heavily involved in strongman contests.
Björnsson has just set a personal record, according to his Instagram. Since he currently holds the highest score in the world without the help of a deadlift suit, this would seemingly make it a world record. He seems to train in his gym without an attending official attesting to the achievement. So do not rewrite the record books yet.
Nevertheless, the lift is impressive. "1
And although the lift will not reach the official record books, attentive viewers will find that Björnsson has barely surpassed its previous record. Previously, at a Elephant Bar of the Arnold Strongman Classic 2018, he had lost a deadlift of 472 kilograms (1,041 pounds), only one kilogram less. He is the first to win the Arnold Strongman Classic, the Strongest Man of Europe, and the Strongest Man of the World in the same calendar year.
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