Hafthor Julius Bjornsson, ‘Game of Thrones’ Set Deadlifting Record


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HBO’s “Game of Thrones” series actor Hafthor Bjornsson, also known as aka The Mountain, has set a new world record in weight lifting.

On Saturday, Hafthor Bjornsson has created a new record in the sports industry by lifting 501 Kg. He has also shared a video of this historical moment on his Instagram account.

With this video he wrote on his post that “I have no words. What an amazing day, one I will remember for the rest of my life. I said I was coming for it and once I set my mind on something I’m a dog with a bone.”

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I have no words. What an amazing day, one I will remember for the rest of my life. I said I was coming for it and once I set my mind on something I’m a dog with a bone. Want to give a huge shoutout to my family, friends, coaches, fans, sponsors and haters, all of whom helped this lift be possible. If you want to show some extra support head over to my YouTube, hit subscribe and check out my latest video where you can see some behind the scenes! Thank you all for your support! Support a family business – hafthorbjornsson.com . @roguefitness @reignbodyfuel @revive_md @transparentlabs @sbdapparel @kindafitkindafat_apparel @freezesleeve @coresportsworld @worldsultimatestrongman @australianstrengthcoach @stanefferding @theverticaldiet @andrireyr @stefansolvi @runarhrodi @kelc33

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“Want to give a huge shoutout to my family, friends, coaches, fans, sponsors and haters, all of whom helped this lift be possible. If you want to show some extra support head over to my YouTube, hit subscribe and check out my latest video where you can see some behind the scenes! Thank you all for your support! Support a family busines.”

Since 2018, Hafþór Björnsson has been consistently winning the World’s Strongest Man competition. He has been participating in this competition since 2012 and till 2018 he stays in the top three positions in this competition every year.

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Along with this title, he has also won the Arnold Strongman Classic title. For some time, he has been sharing his record breaking weightlifting training videos with his fans on his YouTube channel and Instagram. He worked hard to break this record.


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