Vlad Redkin Leaves WSMC . . . Stoyan Todorchev Wins Contest in Russia

by Randall J. Strossen, Ph.D. | ©2014 IronMind

"We hard work and organized last weekend good international level competition before WSM," Vlad Redkin told IronMind®. "We changed name from WSMC to Grand Prix of Khanty-Mansijsk (Russia)."

Here are the results:

1. Stoyan Todorchev 49 points
2. Tarmo Mitt 47.5
3. Elbrus Nigmatullin 42
4. Raivis Vidzis 36.5
5. Rene Minkwitz 33
6. Brian Shaw 30.5
7. Christian Savoie 24
8. Glenn Ross 20
9. Mojtaba Maleki 17
10. Karim Teleshi 17
11. Igor Torlak 9.5

The events were:

1. Farmer's Walk: 2 x 140 kg, for 40 meters
2. Log Lift: 145 kg, for reps
3. Yoke (380 kg, for 20 meters) plus Duck Walk (205 kg, for 10 meters)
4. Atlas Stones: 125 to 180 kg
5. Truck Pull: 14-ton truck, for 20 meters

"This competition show how ready our athletes for WSM 2007," said Vlad.

"After this competition I stopped work in WSMC, because they would like to work with IFSA and every time [they] changed money conditions before competition . . . I lose big money with WSMC. I still work in strongman sport. We will cooperate with SS WSM [World's Strongest Man Super Series] in next year and organize many competitions for this series," Vlad told IronMind®.


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