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Jessie Olson: Powerlifter and Air Force Pilot Seeking Recovery

Air Force Major and tanker pilot Jessie Olson is a force to be reckoned with. Whether deployed, traveling or those rare moments at home, stationed at Travis Air Force base in Vacaville, California, Jessie manages to train and compete as a powerlifter. We were honored to catch up with her in the middle of her…
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Strongwoman: Strength, Pro Competition and the Future of a Growing Sport

As they clashed against one another, the 10 competitors in the Arnold Sports Festival’s first-ever Pro Strongwoman contest also took pride in challenging the misconception that women’s sports aren’t interesting, or that women and extreme strength don’t mix. “Arnold’s Strongwoman contest proves powerful women can pack a crowd,” Alissa Widman Neese, The Columbus Dispatch, March…
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2016 World’s Strongest Woman Donna Moore: The Strongwoman Life

At 36, Donna Moore won the World’s Strongest Woman title in England in September 2016, with a victory in a highly-competitive field that included the legendary Kristin Rhodes. She went on to become the Britain’s Strongest Woman in 2014 and 2015, competed and won at the Arnold in 2016, and became the Atlas Stone World…
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Strongwoman Brittany Diamond: At 24, Natural Pain Management is Key

When training and life get tough, giving up is the easy option. In the midst of your failure, you must dig deep and find your passion, the invincible passion that will carry you through. “Strong(wo)man Life,” Brittany Diamond Brittany Diamond began as a track & field athlete in the 400 meters and long jump at…
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Britteny Cornelius: Strongest Woman in the World at 23

We caught up with Britteny Cornelius soon after she won the title of Strongest Woman in the World in Jacksonville. Her huge achievement at the age of 23 is the story of an athlete with awesome natural gifts, and a passion for training and competing. Here is her story in her own words. When I…
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Starting Strongman Marriage: Jamie and Brett Christenson

I can feel the heat from the sun beating down on my shoulders as I stand on the black pavement. There are lots of people, making lots of noise. I can hear the MC calling my name. I’m up. It’s my turn to prove to myself that all the training, the sweat, blood and tears were worth…
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Kristin Rhodes: Back to the competition she loves

Kristin Rhodes is a winner. She won the America’s Strongest Woman title in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013. She captured the Strongwoman World Championship in 2012, and the Strongwoman Arnold Classic title in 2014 and 2015.  Kristin even has three Guinness World Records to her credit. But knee pain resulting from three knee surgeries…
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Deanna Gibson: A 49-year-old grandmother living the dream

I recently had the opportunity to interview Deanna – who shared with me her life-changing experience becoming a strength athlete at age 49. This is her story – in her own words. I am living the Strongman dream. But just three years ago, I weighed 250 pounds. I was in such bad shape I could…
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“Managing Pain Through Training and Competing” – By Jessica Rush, Strongwoman

I’m 38, a strength coach and high school teacher, and I just finished in fourth place in the Women’s Open Lightweight Class at the North American Strongman Nationals. I’ve also qualified to compete at the Arnold Strongwoman World Championship. After competing for two years at the Women’s Open, I’m making great progress. Last year was…
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