New World Record 501kg Deadlift Breaks By Game Of Thrones Actor Hafthor Bjornsson

Live-streaming across the world when Game of Thrones actor Hafthor Bjornsson has scored a world record with his 501kg deadlift.

New World Record 501kg Deadlift Breaks By Game Of Thrones Actor Hafthor Bjornsson

Displayed live on ESPN and streaked worldwide by Rogue Fitness, Hafhtor Bjornsson has achieved its promise to break the deadlift world record by successfully where he lifted 501 kg. The previous world record holder was Eddie Hall who raised 500 kg on July 9, 2016, at the Deadlift World Championship. So Hafhtor became the new world record holder.

Bjornsson previously tried to break the record at 501 kg in Arnold Strongman Classic 2019 but he lost. He declared that he faced a problem which is that his left foot had slipped, which made him fail to lift. There was a proposal by Rogue Fitness asking any strong competitor to try to lift the weight of 501 kg. If successful, they gave $ 101,000 in prize money. Bjornsson chose not to try that at the time so he could focus on getting the Arnold Strongman Classic, which he took it.

Hafthor Bjornsson was going to lift 501kg deadweight record at WUS 2020 in Bahrain. This eventually collapsed because the global crisis canceled most important sporting contests around the world.

Leading up to the livestream event, Brian Shaw caused quite a stir of controversy by declaring that he did not believe the at-home world record attempt should count. Stating that a world record should only count within official competitions. He later apologized for his comments after they went viral and hit many media titles. It will be exciting to see if Hall comments now that Bornsson has successfully broken the world record.

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