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It's time to find out who is the Strongest Man in the world, as the 34th edition of the competition reaches its final. Ten of the mightiest men on the planet are left competing for the title in North Carolina, USA. The two Englishman, Kent's Terry Hollands and Gloucester's Laurence Shahlaei, both have realistic hopes of not just a podium finish, but a shot at the ultimate title in Strength Athletics. Standing in their way is an athlete described by his peers as "The Strongest Man Ever", Lithuania's Zydrunas Savickas, and the 6'8" runner-up from 2010, the American Brian Shaw. Others in the field who could spring a surprise are the American newcomer Mike Jenkins or the giant Icelander Hafthor Bjornsson. Whoever wins will have to master some almighty tasks including a 500kg yoke, the 350kg Steel Frame Carry, the Deadlift and the heaviest set of Atlas Stones in WSM history.
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