Powerlifter Vladimir Zhadenov Squats All-Time World Record 324 Kilograms at 75KG

The all-time world record squat in the 75-kilogram class held for five years. According to Open Powerlifting, Ukraine’s Arkadiy Shalokha hit a 323-kilogram (712.1-pound) squat at the 2015 Global Powerlifting Alliance (GPA) World Cup. That was the all-time world record until the 2021 GPA Eastern European Championship in Volzhsky, Russia, on April 4.

Vladimir Zhadenov of Russia squatted a new all-time world record of 324 Kilograms (714.3 Pounds) at a bodyweight of 74.2 kilograms (163.5 pounds). Here were his stats from the event:

  • Squat — 324 kilograms (714.3 pounds) — all-time world record
  • Bench Press — 180 kilograms (396.8 pounds)
  • Deadlift — 250 kilograms (551.2 pounds)
  • Total — 754 kilograms (1,662.3 pounds)

The new world record squat was 4.3 times his bodyweight.

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