Powerlifter Rudy Kadlub Sets 4 World Records At Age 71

Rudy Kadlub may simply be the strongest septuagenarian alive. The 71- year-old powerlifter contended at the United States Powerlifting Association (USPA) Drug-Tested North American Championships in San Diego, CA, and set International Powerlifting League (IPL) world records in all 3 big lifts and overall in the 110- kilogram weight class.

Nevertheless, despite having the ability to compete up to 110 kgs (242 pounds), Kadlub completed at a bodyweight of simply 101 kilograms (222 pounds)

Here were the stats of Kadlub’s historical meet:

  • Squat— 195 kgs (430 pounds)
  • Bench Press—137 kilograms (303 pounds)
  • Deadlift—235 kilograms (518 pounds)
  • Total–567 kgs ( 1,251 pounds)

According to Open Powerlifting,

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