Fans have watched Björnsson break multiple world records (one of which was more than 1,000 years old) to their amazement. He’s currently in Botswana for the World’s Strongest Man competition, and on the third day, he tossed a 15 kg (33.0693 lbs.) over a pole 7.15 meters long (or 23.45801 feet). It’s astounding to watch, and Björnsson makes it look easy.How does he celebrate? By lifting people into the air and soaking in a couple of baths to recover. It’s yet to be seen if Björnsson will break any more records in Botswana, but he’s still got plenty of fight in him. H/T The Comeback
He makes it look easy.
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The Mountain rips his shirt to shreds after winning Icelandic strong-man contest
Icelandic strong man Hafthór Björnsson —better known to the world as The Mountain from Game of Thrones —recently took time out from his busy skull-crushing schedule to become the first man ever to achieve the title of strongest man in his home country, Iceland, for the fifth year in a row.
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