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» ESM 2020 (Go to post)31-08-2021 @ 21:15 
PeteHodgson said:
Jonny Hanson now competing.
Sweden’s strongest man.
Not sure if he’s an addition or a replacement.
Replacement for Shiv
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)18-06-2021 @ 20:45 
PeteHodgson said:
Which would mean Bish only needed the first 2 in the run. Maybe
Correct
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)18-06-2021 @ 18:07 
WILLSAN said:so is the 'train push' they switched out for the train pull in the quals the same as the turntable or something different?
Different. Think "Wheel of Pain" from the Arnold but they only go half a rotation.
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)18-06-2021 @ 17:50 
WILLSAN said:do we have details on the giants medley and the turntable?
Not really. All we got is that medley is yoke into frame carry and weight could be 425kgs-485kgs for yoke and 325kgs - 375kgs for the frame. They are using the barrel frame which seems to have more flex and less harsh grip. The turntable is for time or distance to complete 180 degrees.
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)18-06-2021 @ 17:27 
I’ll have to figure out my predictions for the Finals but for the sake of accountability, comparison to what I thought would be the case and what is the case with the qualifying heats.

My Predictions
Group 1 – Boudreault/Shaw
Group 2 – Mitchell/Stoltman
Group 3 – Richardson/Caron
Group 4 – Pritchett/Bishop
Group 5 – Novikov/Stoltman

Actual
Group 1 – Shaw/Boudreault
Group 2 – Mitchell/Stoltman
Group 3 – Caron/Melsted
Group 4 – Janashia/Bishop
Group 5 – Thompson/Stoltman

The one thing that really skewed by results was the loading medley having that heavy frame at the end. I had been treating it as a speed event and that frame really changed things up and it was too late to redo predictions after that detail was released (and drop outs for injury). I had no one having an easy time qualifying based off of point breakdown, ties and countbacks with only group 3 having someone with a decent lead. Can’t control things like injuries and such (Hollands, Hicks, Pritchett, Singleton, Van Der Linde).

Things I got wrong besides the obvious was underestimating the improvement in JF’s overhead, both Stotlman’s grip, Melsted’s ability on the train push/pull (he had also compete the week before this) as well as Hansson’s on same event. Pritchett coming in banged up is the norm and I assumed he would be on point like last year due to no comps. Singleton allegedly had a stomach bug that kept him from keeping food down for 72hrs so that could explain the first two days being off.

The oddly specific things I factored in and got right was that Shivlaykov would screw up on the train event (slipped). The man has a problem with his feet on these events. Also had that both Stoltman’s would go to the stone off and win (though I had their opponents wrong). I had Oberst making it to the stone off and losing again. I had with Group 2 that despite having the higher max deadlift, Singleton would get 4th behind Stoltman, Mitchell and Felix.
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)16-06-2021 @ 02:11 
Must have been bad source on Hollands as he is still competing and got 3rd in deadlift
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)15-06-2021 @ 19:12 
Post Edited: 15.06.2021 @ 19:15 PM by Craig_Pfisterer
I'm hearing Richardson's out with torn biceps on first event Unhappy

Edit: and hearing same for Hollands
» WSM 2021 (Go to post)05-06-2021 @ 01:42 
My rough predictions with what we have right now

Group 1

Brian Shaw – 2,4,5,5,1 = 17

Aivars Smaukstelis – 4,3,3,2,3 = 15

Graham Hicks – 1,5,1,3,5 = 15

Travis Ortmayer – 3,1,4,1,2 = 11

Maxime Boudreault – 5,2,2,4,4 = 17

Maxime goes through as 1st via tie breaker of doing better on last event, Brian wins the stone off over Graham (higher placing on last event over Aivars)

Group 2

Tom Stoltman – 5,3,3,3,2 = 16

Evan Singleton – 4,2,5,5,4 = 20

Mark Felix – 1,4,1,1,3 = 10

Jonny Hansson – 3,1,2,2,1 = 9

Trey Mitchell – 2,5,4,4,5 = 20

Trey goes through as 1st via tie breaker of doing better on last event, Tom wins the stone off over Evan

Group 3

JF Caron – 4,5,4,1,1 = 15

Luke Richardson – 5,4,3,3,4 = 19

Eythor Ingolfsson Melsted – 2,1,1,4,5 = 13

Robert Oberst – 1,2,5,5,3 = 16

Mikhail Shivlaylov – 3,3,2,2,2 = 12

Luke goes through as winner of group, JF beats Robert in stone off

Group 4

Adam Bishop – 5,5,3,2,1 = 16

Konstantine Janashia – 4,3,2,5,3 = 17

Terry Hollands – 3,2,5,1,2 = 13

Jerry Pritchett – 2,4,4,3,5 = 17

Chris Van Der Linde – 1,1,1,4,4 = 11

Jerry goes through as 1st via tie breaker of doing better on last event, Adam wins the stone off over Konstantine

Group 5

Oleksii Novikov – 3,4,5,4,2 = 18

Luke Stoltman – 4,2,2,5,4 = 17

Bobby Thompson – 2,5,3,3,3 = 16

Gavin Bilton – 1,1,4,2,1 = 9

Kevin Faires – 5,3,1,1,5 = 15


Oleksii goes through as winner of group, Luke wins the stone off over Bobby
» Impressive social media lifts (Go to post)20-02-2021 @ 18:46 
samue1son said:
KevC86 said:
That squat was f**king glorious as well.
Any idea on who she is?


"the future".
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otherwise. no.
Her instagram https://www.instagram.com/kimmylifts_/
» Shaw Classic Thread Anyone? (Go to post)14-12-2020 @ 21:07 
luki said:I think Pritchett only got 4 of 6. I know the press is his weaker spot, but always thought he was mid on stones.

LessThanLuke said:
Was a heavy old run. 5th stone was almost 200kg. 6th event of a very heavy show.

He's a bit dodgey on stones when they get above 180kgs. He's had a lot of biceps issues and tends to struggle with heavier loading events.
» Shaw Classic Thread Anyone? (Go to post)14-12-2020 @ 15:05 
luki said:
He did. It’s a bit s**t for Pritchett and Caron that they went all out on max hummer deadlift, then totally winded for the next event.
Pritchett is notoriously bad with circus dumbbell so he probably figured that he was going to be last or near the bottom anyways. So push for 1st here for max points.
» Shaw Classic Thread Anyone? (Go to post)13-12-2020 @ 21:23 
1 Caron 1202 lbs World Record
2 Pritchett 1159.5lbs shortest WR
Novi and Bish went out at 1100.
Trey Mitchell 1080
A lot of people jumped lifts so was hard to follow final placement.

Circus Dumbbell
1 Novikov 8 reps
2 Shaw 7 reps
3 Caron 4 reps (there might have been another 4 rep)
Athletes were really winded. Some taking O2 due to altitude.

Stones
Shaw 35 sec
Trey Mitchell 36 secs
Caron 57 secs
Novikov fastest 5 of 6 stones 33 secs. Didn’t try 6 as knew he good for 3rd and couldn’t catch Caron. Luke was fast too.
» Shaw Classic Thread Anyone? (Go to post)13-12-2020 @ 17:20 
Log
1. Luke
2. Shaw, Mitchel, Boudreaut all joint 2nd (no lift on final weight)

Yoke 500kg
1. Novikov
2. Caron
3. Shaw

Farmers medley 350, 380, 880lbs
1. Pritchett (26sec)
2. Boudreaut (33secs)
3. Faires
4. Shaw
» Shaw Classic Thread Anyone? (Go to post)12-12-2020 @ 22:38 
luki said:
Could you get the stream to work? I held off buying when I saw a few people had issues. The people who got on saying it was great.
I did not purchase the stream. Some people that have posted some results.
» Shaw Classic Thread Anyone? (Go to post)12-12-2020 @ 19:39 
Post Edited: 12.12.2020 @ 19:59 PM by Craig_Pfisterer
93hopkinsonr said:Anyone got any updates?



Results After Day 1:

Name: Points:
Brain Shaw 23
Jerry Pritchett 22.5
JF Caron 18.5
Maxime Boudreault 18
Olexii Novikov 17.5
Luke Stoltman 17
Kevin Faires 15.5
Trey Mitchell 15
Adam Bishop 12
Terry Hollands 5

Stoltman won max log (455lbs/206kgs), Novikov won yoke, and Pritchett won the farmer's/farmer's/frame carry medley

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