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Stanley Odin’s Record-Breaking Performance at FFForce 2023: 362.5 kg Squat

FFForce has always been distinguished for showcasing extraordinary feats of strength. The year 2023, which took place in France, was no exception. Remarkably, it featured a significant contingent of world-class athletes, making it challenging for anyone to stand out amidst the formidable competition.

However, it was the performance of Stanley Odin that altered this dynamic. His performance was heralded as one of the most impressive in the male division. He not only clinched the title in the 120 kg plus category but also established national records in squatting in France.

Stanley Odin
Stanley Odin immediately after setting the record

Stanley managed to squat an impressive 330 kg, a personal record for him on that memorable evening. Unsatisfied with this achievement, he proceeded to attempt a squat with a weight of 352.5 kg, a feat he accomplished with notable success. Having already surpassed the previous record, he had one final attempt at pushing his limits.

His third and final attempt, too, resulted in another record-breaking moment. He successfully lifted 362.5 kg of pure iron, leaving the judges in awe as they declared a new French national squatting record with a barbell.


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The previous national record stood at a mere 350 kg, set back in 2021. Stanley Odin obliterated this previous mark with remarkable ease on his second attempt.

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Tanya Shaiko

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