“CBFSA, in cooperation with Tarmo Mitt, organized the Estonian Tartu Strongman Open last weekend,” Vlad Redkin reported to IronMind.
Former World’s Strongest Man finalist Tarmo Mitt (center) won last weekend’s Estonian Tartu Strongman Open. That’s Abdulo Rahhmatov on Mitt’s right and Shamshod Sadikov on his left. IronMind® | Photo courtesy of CBFSA.
Redkin is the president of CBFSA (CIS and Baltic States Federation of Strength Athletes) and is a veteran organizor of international strongman events from the grassroots level to some which feature top names.
“In competition participated a new and young athlete from Uzbekistan, Shamshod Sadikov,” Redkin said. “He showed good result in axle: 120 kg, 7 times. He has a big potential in the future said his trainer, Abdulo Rahhmatov (he was weightlifter ).”
Tarmo Mitt, a former World’s Strongest Man finalist, won his home competition, which featured five events: Axle, Farmer’s Walk, Tire Flip, Deadlift and Super Yoke. Peeter Aan was second and Shamshod Sadikov was third.
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