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  1. Paul Edward Anderson (October 17, 1932 – August 15, 1994) was an American weightlifter, strongman, and powerlifter. He was an Olympic gold medalist, a world champion, and a two-time national champion in Olympic weightlifting. [3]

  2. 10K. 1.2M views 7 years ago. Paul Edward Anderson was an American weightlifter, strongman, and powerlifter. He is an Olympic gold medalist, World Champion and two-time National Champion in...

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  3. 31 de jul. de 2023 · Learn how Paul Anderson became a weightlifting legend, a world record holder, and a philanthropist. Discover his feats of strength, his unconventional training methods, and his comeback story in the 1956 Olympics.

  4. 6 de jan. de 2018 · PAUL ANDERSON: STRONGEST MAN EVER. This video explains how Anderson, without aid of PEDs, broke virtually all records in the Olympic and power lifts plus a full-body back lift of over 3 tons!

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  5. 1 de ago. de 2019 · 13.2M subscribers. Subscribed. 45K. 3.9M views 4 years ago #StrongestMan. Tune in to new episodes of "The Strongest Man in History" Wednesdays at 10/9c! To pay homage to Paul Anderson's...

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  6. 16 de ago. de 1994 · Paul Anderson, the gentle Georgia giant who overcame a childhood kidney disorder to win the Olympic gold medal in weight lifting as a super heavyweight in 1956 and then began a barnstorming...

  7. Há 3 dias · Biography. Many people consider Paul Anderson to be the strongest man who ever lived. He had a short but meteoric career in Olympic-style lifting, winning the U.S. Championship in the heavyweight class in 1955 and then, later in the year, taking the world title by a margin of 37.5 kg. – unheard of in world competition.