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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules. TABLE OF CONTENTS

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-To make a National Strongman Records

Notes for Events

PRESSING EVENTS 1. Barbell Push Press from Rack: Max 2. Giant Dumbbell Clean and Press: Max Reps 3. Log Clean and Press: Max 4. Log Clean and Press: Clean once/ Press for Reps 5. Log Clean and Press: Clean and Press each Rep 6. 2" Axle Clean and Press: Max 7. 2" Axle Clean and Press: Clean once/ Press for Reps 8. 2" Axle Clean and Press: Clean and Press each Rep CARRY EVENTS 9. Yoke 10. Farmers Carry: Max Distance 11. Farmers Carry: 100' Straight Course 12. Farmers Carry: 100' w/ Turn 13. Farmers Carry: 160' w/ Turn 14. Conan's Wheel: Max Distance FLIPPING EVENTS 15. Tire Flip: 80' Course DEADLIFT EVENTS 16. Standard Deadlift: Max 17. Standard Deadlift: For Repetitions 18. 18" Deadlift: Max ATLAS STONE EVENTS 19. Atlas Stones: 5 stones/ 48" platform STATIC HOLD/ GRIP EVENTS 20. Farmers Hold: Timed STATIC HOLD EVENTS 21. Crucifix Hold: Timed 22. Front Hold: Timed TOSSING/ THROWING EVENTS 23. Keg Toss: Max Height 24. Weight Toss: Max Height 25. Tire Toss: Max Distance MISC. EVENTS (Records are not recorded for National Strongman Records) 26. Arm Over Arm Pull Car Deadlift Fingal Fingers 27. Husafell Type Stone Carry Power Stairs 28. Sled drag Truck Pull Viking Press

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules To make a National Strongman Record:

The President and/ or Vice President of NAS Inc./ ASC (Willie and Dione Wessels) MUST be present at the contest at which the record attempt is made. The State Chairman of the state that the contest is taking place MUST be present at the contest at which the record attempt is made. The judges for the record attempt must be the President and/ or Vice President of NAS Inc./ ASC, the State Chairman, or an official approved by the President and/ or Vice President, State Chairman and Promoter of the contest. Equipment/ Implements used at the contest should be within NAS Inc/ ASC standards or as close as possible to those standards and should be approved of by the President/ Vice President along with the State Chairman. Supportive gear should be approved of by the official judge before the attempt is made. The President and Vice President of NAS Inc./ ASC has the right to change or modify the Event Records and Standardized Rules at any given time. They also have the right to add events or omit events.

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Notes for Events:

Wessels Rule: Usually for max events such as presses and deadlifts. Once an athlete misses an attempt the athlete is done with that event. The standardized rules are not set in stone, the promoter may tweak the event (s) to fit the venue however they may not be eligible for NAS Inc./ ASC Strongman Records.

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules

PRESSING EVENTS

BARBELL PUSH PRESS FROM RACK: (MAX)

-For Max weight. -3 attempts. -A 60 second time limit per attempt. -Wessels Rule may be in effect. -Standard Olympic Bar taken from a power rack or uprights. -The bar must start from the front of the body below the chin. -Athlete may press, push press, push jerk, split jerk the bar overhead. -The athlete must wait for the judges "good" signal before lowering the weight. -The athlete must lower the bar under control and place the wt in the rack/ uprights. -Good Lift: Bar must be locked out overhead, under control, with the arms straight and legs/ feet stationary and parallel. -Equipment allowed: Belt, chalk, knee wraps, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves. -Equipment NOT allowed: Tacky, elbow wraps, any artificial support to rest the bar. -Any and all anatomical limitations preventing lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judge prior to the start of the event. This is solely the responsibility of the athlete.

ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 04/16/05 KY Strongest Man 05/29/04 JWC V Strongman Contest NAS WOMEN 05/29/04 JWC V Strongman Contest 03/28/04 Denver's Strongest Man/ Woman NAS TEEN 08/24/02 Dino Day X

(HW) Chad Robison (LW) Zach Scluender

405 #'s 360 #'s

(HW) Becky Kudrna (LW) Seya Hackl

190 #'s 155 #'s

(HW) Alex Picaso (LW)

205 #'s

(HW) Dan Gaudreau (LW) Joey Simpson

NAS MASTER'S 03/28/04 Denver's Strongest Man/ Woman 02/22/03 Extreme Strength Extravaganza

325 #'s 240 #'s

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PRESSING Events(cont.):

GIANT DUMBBELL CLEAN AND PRESS: (MAX Reps)

-For Max repetitions. -A 60second time limit per attempt. -Giant dumbbell taken from the floor. -Two hands are allowed to clean the dumbbell to the shoulder, but only one hand is allowed to press the dumbbell Overhead. The other hand must not come into contact with any part of the lifting arm/ hand/ or dumbbell during the press. -Athlete may press, push press, or push jerk the dumbbell overhead to lockout. -The athlete must wait for the judges "good" signal before lowering the dumbbell to the floor. -The athlete must lower the dumbbell under control back to the floor. -Good Lift: The athlete grips the dumbbell with either the left or right hand and cleans the wt to the shoulder, then proceed to lockout the dumbbell overhead. The arm must locked out with the wt under control. Legs and feet must be stationary. -Equipment allowed: Belt, chalk, knee wraps, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves. -Equipment NOT allowed: Tacky, elbow wraps, lifting straps or hooks. -Any and all anatomical limitations preventing lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judge prior to the start of the event. This is solely the responsibility of the athlete. The dumbbell must be a 12" for HW or 10" for LW Slater DB or replica.

ASC (HW) Derek Poundstone (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 11/12/2010 NAS Nationals Reno, NV 09/18/2010 ISS Sports Festival/ NAS Nationals 2010 Reno, NV (Zack) NAS TEEN'S Arnold Classic 2009 15 reps 204#

(HW) Brandon Campbell (LW) Chris Berry/ Zack Nims

190# 9 reps 150 #'s for 10 reps

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Pressing Events cont.

LOG CLEAN AND PRESS: (MAX)

-For Max weight. -3 attempts. -There may be a 60 second time limit to complete the lift. - Wessels Rule may be in effect. - 8" to 12" diameter log with handles set 24" to 29" apart. -Athlete may press, push press, push jerk or split jerk the log overhead to the locked out position. -Athlete must wait for the "good" down signal before lowering the log. -The athlete must lower the log under control. No deliberate dropping of the log will be permitted. The athlete may forfeit his attempt in doing so. -Good Lift: Log locked out under control overhead with arms straight, head thru, legs and feet parallel and stationary. -Equipment allowed: Belt, chalk, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves, knee wraps or sleeves. -Equipment NOT allowed: Any item placed within the belt to provide a "shelf". Back of belt built up to no more than 8" wide. Tacky, elbow wraps. -Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judges prior to the start of the event. This is solely the responsibility of the athlete.

(HW) Van Hatfield (HW) Scott Weech (LW) Justin Blake ASC September 2009 MHP's Olympia's Strongman January 2009 ASC Jamboree (SC) NAS OPEN MEN'S May 09 Battle of the Bayou II(LA) October 2009 Tennessee Terror (TN) NAS WOMEN'S 9/27/08 NAS Womens Ntls. (MO) 9/27/08 NAS Womens Ntls. (MO) NAS TEEN'S 12/20/08 Hope for the Holidays 12/20/08 Hope for the Holidays NAS MASTER'S August 2009 Master Nationals (SC) 10/11/08 Master Nationals (NE) Hope for the Holidays 12/20/08 440# 330#

(HW) Lonnie Fehr (LW) Scott Odem

400 #'s 340 #'s

205 #'s 150 #'s

(HW) Kristen Rhodes (LW) Kelly Picchione

(HW) Sal Badli (LW) Noah Norooz

330 #'s 260 #'s

(HW)

Rocco Liogghio

300 #'s 280 #'s

(LW) Mike Hemlepp Rodney wood

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Pressing Events cont: LOG CLEAN AND PRESS: (Clean once/ press for reps)

One attempt, Clean once and press for reps. There may be a 60 second time limit. 8" to 12" Log with handles set 24" to 29" apart. Athlete may press, push press, push jerk or split jerk the log overhead to a locked out position. - Athlete must wait for the "Good" down signal to get a good lift and continue with the next rep. - The athlete must lower the log under control. No deliberate dropping of the log will be permitted. The athlete may forfeit his attempt in doing so. -Good Lift: Log locked out under control overhead with arms straight, head thru, legs and feet parallel and stationary. -Equipment allowed: Belt, chalk, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves, knee wraps or sleeves. -Equipment NOT allowed: Any item placed within the belt to provide a "shelf". Back of belt built up to no more than 8" wide. Tacky, elbow wraps. -Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judges prior to the start of the event. This is solely the responsibility of the athlete. ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 06/14/03 TN Strongest Man 12/05/2010 Paxton Strongman VI NAS WOMEN'S 05/24/2008 Naomi Campbell New Bern, NC June 2007 Shayna Fitzgerald Maine Overcomers Strength Challenge NAS TEEN'S 05/31/2008 Rose Festival Strongman

James Sutteer (HW) Lynn Sutherland (LW) Matt Mills

240 #'s 15 reps 210 #'s 15 reps

(HW) (LW)

160 #'s 3 reps 120 #'s 6 reps

(HW) Brad Berlin (LW)

180 #'s 9 reps 150#'s

NAS MASTER'S 240 #'s (HW) (LW) Page 4 210 #'s

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Pressing Events cont. LOG CLEAN AND PRESS: (Clean and Press each rep)

One attempt, Clean and Press each rep. There may be a 60 second time limit. 12" Log with handles set 24" to 29" apart. Athlete may press, push press, push jerk or split jerk the log overhead to a locked out position. - Athlete must wait for the "Good" down signal to get a good lift and continue with the next rep. - The athlete must lower the log under control. No deliberate dropping of the log will be permitted. The athlete may forfeit his attempt in doing so. -Good Lift: Log locked out under control overhead with arms straight, head thru, legs and feet parallel and stationary. -Equipment allowed: Belt, chalk, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves, knee wraps or sleeves. -Equipment NOT allowed: Any item placed within the belt to provide a "shelf". Back of belt built up to no more than 8" wide. Tacky, elbow wraps. -Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judges prior to the start of the event. This is solely the responsibility of the athlete. ASC (HW) Derek Poundstone (LW) Jared Spybrook, Beau Gertz 06/26/07 Charlotte NC 07/01/07 Philadelphia, PA NAS OPEN MEN'S 03/07/2010 Columbus, OH (Arnold's) 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers NAS WOMEN'S 130 #'s (HW) 110 #'s (LW) NAS TEEN'S 06/03/04 Il Strongman Record Breakers NAS MASTER'S 03/13/04 Maxi Flex Strongman Showdown 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers Page 5 150 #'s 9 reps 285#'s 13 reps 280#'s 3 reps

(HW) Mike Caruso (LW) Martin Weickowski

320#'s 7 reps 210 #'s 10 reps

(LW) Mike Rogowski

(HW) Tom Mitchell (LW) Dave laing

245 #'s 4 reps 210 #'s 7 reps

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Pressing Events cont.

2" AXLE CLEAN AND PRESS: (MAX)

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For Max Weight. 3 attempts. There may be a 60 second time limit. Wessels Rule may be in effect. Axle diameters from 1.9" to 2.5" may be used. The Axle will start from the floor and must be cleaned to the shoulders, then pressed, push pressed, push jerked or split jerked overhead to a locked out position. The athlete may clean or continental the bar to the shoulders however NO resting of the bar on the belt or similar object will be allowed. The Athlete must wait for the "good" down signal before lowering the Axle. "Good" signal: Axle locked out overhead with arms straight, head thru, legs and feet parallel and stationary. The athlete must lower the Axle under control. No deliberate dropping of the axle will be tolerated. The athlete may forfeit his attempt in doing so. Equipment Allowed: Chalk, belt, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves, Knee sleeves or wraps. Equipment NOT Allowed: Any item placed within the belt to provide a "shelf", back of belt built up more than 8", tacky, elbow wraps. Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judges prior to the start of the event. This solely the responsibility of the athlete.

ASC Derek Poundstone Mohegan Sun 414#

(HW) (LW)

(HW) Chad Robison (LW) Tom Yanuzzi

NAS OPEN MEN'S 06/04/2011 Hoosier Strength Challenge 06/26/2011 Keystone II NAS WOMEN'S 06/2009 Monster's of the Mall 07/18/2009 Western NY Strongest Man/Woman NAS TEEN'S May 1, 2010 Iron City Strongman Classic 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man

400 #'s 355 #'s

(HW) Kristin Rhodes (LW) Kelly Picchione

230 #'s 170 #'s

(HW) Alex Truman (LW) Patrick Gilroy

335 #'s 235 #'s

(HW) Doug Waterman (LW) Dennis Brandenstein

NAS MASTER'S 12/04/ 2010 Republic of Texas Strongest Man May 1, 2010 Iron City Strongman Classic Page 6

290# 265#

NAS Inc. / ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Pressing Events cont. 2" AXLE CLEAN AND PRESS: ( Clean Once/ Press for Reps)

One attempt, Clean once and press for reps. There may be a 60 second time limit. Axle diameters from 1.9" to 2.5" may be used. The Axle will start from the floor and must be cleaned to the shoulders, then pressed, push pressed, push jerked or split jerked overhead to a locked out position. The athlete may clean or continental the bar to the shoulders however NO resting of the bar on the belt or similar object will be allowed. The Athlete must wait for the "good" down signal before lowering the Axle. "Good" signal: Axle locked out overhead with arms straight, head thru, legs and feet parallel and stationary. The Axle must touch the chest or have the axle below the chin before proceeding to lockout. The athlete must lower the Axle under control. No deliberate dropping of the axle will be tolerated. The athlete may forfeit his attempt in doing so. Equipment Allowed: Chalk, belt, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves, Knee sleeves or wraps. Equipment NOT Allowed: Any item placed within the belt to provide a "shelf", back of belt built up more than 8", tacky, elbow wraps. Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judges prior to the start of the event. This solely the responsibility of the athlete.

ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 10/05/02 NASS Nationals (St. Louis, MO) 10/05/02 NASS Nationals (St. Louis, MO) 03/19/05 Stronger Than All NAS WOMEN'S 03/19/05 Stronger Than All 08/02/03 Women, Teen, Master's Nat's/ Dinopalooza IV, (OH) NAS TEEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS MASTER'S (HW) (LW)

(HW) Carlos Amantea Tom Incledon (LW) Kirk Nowack Joe Decaminada Rob Orlando

240 #'s 16 reps 200 #'s 19 reps

(HW) Danielle Smith (LW) Callie Marunde

130 #'s 17 reps 110 #'s 25 reps

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Pressing Events cont. 2" AXLE CLEAN AND PRESS: ( Clean and Press each rep)

One attempt, Clean and Press each rep. There may be a 60 second time limit. Axle diameters from 1.9" to 2.5" may be used. The Axle will start from the floor and must be cleaned to the shoulders, then pressed, push pressed, push jerked or split jerked overhead to a locked out position. The athlete may clean or continental the bar to the shoulders however NO resting of the bar on the belt or similar object will be allowed. The Athlete must wait for the "good" down signal before lowering the Axle. "Good" signal: Axle locked out overhead with arms straight, head thru, legs and feet parallel and stationary. The Axle must touch the chest or have the axle below the chin before proceeding to lockout. The athlete must lower the Axle under control. No deliberate dropping of the axle will be tolerated. The athlete may forfeit his attempt in doing so. Equipment Allowed: Chalk, belt, wrist wraps, elbow sleeves, Knee sleeves or wraps. Equipment NOT Allowed: Any item placed within the belt to provide a "shelf", back of belt built up more than 8", tacky, elbow wraps. Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judges prior to the start of the event. This solely the responsibility of the athlete.

ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 11/20/2010 NAS NATS 11/20/2010 NAS NATS NAS WOMEN'S 11/19/2010 NAS NATS 11/19/2010 NAS NATS 11/19/2010 NAS NATS NAS TEEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS MASTER'S

(HW) Eric Peterson (LW)Adam Lane/Zack Nims

300#'s 8 Reps 250#'s 9 Reps

(HW) Melissa Garrett/ Kristen Rhodes (MW) Jamie Kovacs

160 #'s 8 Reps 130#'s 8 Reps 100#'s 11 Reps

(LW) Erin Walterman

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Carrying Events YOKE:

One attempt. There may be a 60 second time limit. One set down allowed throughout the course. Various Yoke designs may be used however every Yoke should be able to adjust height. Athlete will start with the Yoke on the floor and shoulders under the crossbar. The signal is given and the athlete must lift and carry the yoke throughout the course and fully cross the finish to stop the clock. No sliding of the yoke will be permitted. Disqualification from the event if sliding is obvious, or a 2 second penalty if inadvertent. Equipment allowed: Belt, Knee sleeves or wraps, supportive suits, chalk. Equipment NOT allowed: Tacky.

ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 9/13/08 NAS Nationals (UT) 08/14/04 Northeast WI Strongman NAS WOMEN'S 11/19/2010 NAS NATS 11/19/2010 NAS NATS 11/19/2010 NAS NATS NAS TEEN'S 11/01/03 Florida State Championships 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man NAS MASTER'S 10/11/08 Master Nationals (NE)

(HW) Alan Colley (LW) Jeff Peterson

850 #'s (50') 8.5 seconds 600 #'s 9.6 seconds

(HW) Kristen Rhodes (MW) Nancy Sarieh (LW) Erin Walterman

500 #'s (60') 10.09 seconds 400 #'s (60') 11.5 seconds 300#'s (60') 10.88 seconds

(HW) Trent Nelson (LW) Patrick Gilroy

500 #'s 11.16 seconds 550#'s 8.97 secs (60' course)

(HW) Bud Schweder

650 #'s 11.66 (60' course) 550 #'s

(LW) Mike Hemlepp

10/11/08 Master Nationals (NE) Page 9

9.09 (60' course)

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Carrying Events FARMERS CARRY: (MAX DISTANCE)

One attempt for max distance. No time limit. Once the implements are dropped the attempt is finished. The course may be straight or have turns. Farmers Implements: May come in various designs. Handles should be between 1 ¼" to 1 ½" in diameter and un-knurled. Handle height should be between 15" and 18" from the floor to the bottom of the handles. The implements start with the front of the implement or the front plate on the starting line. Measurements are taken from the back of the implement or from the back plate of the implement that is farthest back. No excessive sliding will be permitted. Distance will be measured from point of contact, not where implements slide to.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps, Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky, lifting straps or hooks. ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 05/31/08 Rose Festival 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers NAS WOMEN'S 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man NAS TEEN'S 07/26/08 Teen Nationals (IL) 07/26/08 Teen Nationals (IL) NAS MASTER'S 09/14/02 NASS Nationals 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man

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(HW) Jared Spybrook (LW) Sigistas Mikalcikas

280 #'s 203'8" 250 #'s 300'

(HW) Buffy Gordon (LW) Carmen Kester

120 #'s 372' 7" 100 #'s 358' 8"'

(HW) Max Pippa (LW) Glenn Melnick

240 #'s 178' 6" 210 #'s 240'

(HW) Jeff Bach (LW) Jeff Rushlow

210 #'s 240' 7" 210 #'s 314' 7"

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FARMERS CARRY: 100 FT STRAIGHT COURSE

One attempt. 100' straight course. There may be a 60 second time limit. You may set the implements down once throughout the course. On the second set down distance will be measured. Farmers Implements: May come in various designs. Handles should be between 1 ¼" to 1 ½" in diameter and un-knurled. Handle height should be between 15" and 18" from the floor to the bottom of the handles. The implements start with the front of the implement or the front plate on the starting line. Measurements are taken from the back of the farthest back implement or from the back plate of the implement that is farthest back. Time will stop when the whole implement or back plate of the farthest back implement crosses the finish. No excessive sliding will be permitted. Distance will be measured from point of contact, not where implements slide to.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps, Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky, lifting straps or hooks. ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 08/16/03 Northeast WI Strongman 08/16/03 Northeast WI Strongman NAS WOMEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS TEEN'S 200 #'s/ 100' (HW) (LW) Dan Garreau Date? Music City Strongman, TN NAS MASTER'S 180 #'s/ 100' 150 #'s/ 100' 120 #'s/ 100'

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(HW) Sam Mcmahon (LW) Jeff Peterson

280 #'s/ 100' 11.27 seconds 250 #'s/ 100' 11.73 seconds

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Carry Events FARMERS CARRY: 100 FT/ WITH TURN

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One attempt. 100' course with a turn at 50'. There may be a 60 second time limit. You may set the implements down once throughout the course. On the second set down distance will be measured. Farmers Implements: May come in various designs. Handles should be between 1 ¼" to 1 ½" in diameter and un-knurled. Handle height should be between 15" and 18" from the floor to the bottom of the handles. The implements start with the front of the implement or the front plate on the starting line. Measurements are taken from the back of the farthest back implement or from the back plate of the implement that is farthest back. Time will stop when the whole implement or back plate of the farthest back implement crosses the finish. No excessive sliding will be permitted. Distance will be measured from point of contact, not where implements slide to.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps, Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky, lifting straps or hooks. ASC

(HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 11/14/09 TX Strongest Man 04/05/03 Pittsburgh Strongman Champ. NAS WOMEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS TEEN'S 11/14/09 Ryan Bell 11/14/09 Patrick Gilroy NAS MASTER'S 10/11/08 Master Nationals (NE) 10/11/08

(HW) Ryan Bracewell (LW) Glenn Kaifus

310 #'s/ 100' 20.37 seconds 210 #'s/ 100' 20.94 seconds

(HW) Ryan Bell (LW) Patrick Gilroy

200#'s/ 100' 25.37 secs 200#'s/100' 23.85 secs

(HW) Keith Saunders

19.88 seconds 260 LBS 17.41 seconds

(LW) Dean Nascimben

Master Nationals (NE)

240LBS

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FARMERS CARRY: 160 FT/ WITH TURN

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One attempt. 160' course with a turn at 80'. There may be a 60 second time limit. You may set the implements down once throughout the course. On the second set down distance will be measured. Farmers Implements: May come in various designs. Handles should be between 1 ¼" to 1 ½" in diameter and un-knurled. Handle height should be between 15" and 18" from the floor to the bottom of the handles. The implements start with the front of the implement or the front plate on the starting line. Measurements are taken from the back of the farthest back implement or from the back plate of the implement that is farthest back. Time will stop when the whole implement or back plate of the farthest back implement crosses the finish. No excessive sliding will be permitted. Distance will be measured from point of contact, not where implements slide to.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps, Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky, lifting straps or hooks. ASC

(HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 06/14/03 TN Strongest Man October 2009 MO Microbrewery Festival NAS WOMEN'S 120 #'s/ 160' (HW) 100 #'s/ 160' (LW) NAS TEEN'S 11/01/03 FL State Championships

(HW) Chad Woodall (LW) Josiah Blankenship

240 #'s/ 160' 18.75 seconds 245 #'s/ 160' 14.69 seconds

(HW) Trent Nelson (LW)

180 #'s/ 160' 22.34 seconds 150 #'s/ 160'

NAS MASTER'S

(HW) Bud Schweder (LW) Joe Brausch

09/05/2009 2009 Beast of the East 09/05/2009 2009 Beast of the East Page 13

250 #'s/ 160' 24.91 seconds 230 #'s/ 160' 27.91 seconds

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Carry Events CONAN'S WHEEL: DISTANCE

One attempt for Maximum distance. No Time limit. The athletes must carry the implement in the crook of the arms (fore-arms/ biceps) NO SHOULDERING OF THE IMPLEMENT ALLOWED. Once athlete sets the implement down, measurements will be taken. Conan's Wheel apparatus: May come in various designs. Boom lengths usually are around 16' with one revolution 100'. Bar sizes range from 3" to 5" in diameter. Bar should be adjustable. Athletes usually have to walk in a clockwise fashion. On the lift command the athlete should have 60 seconds to be able to lift the apparatus. There should be a 2' to 4' grace mark, after which measurements will be taken. No excessive sliding will be permitted. Distance will be measured from point of contact, not where implements slide to.

Equipment Allowed: Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps, Fore-arm sleeves. Belt with buckle to the back. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky, Any item placed in the lifting belt to provide a "shelf". ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 06/06/02 Central USA (IN) 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man NAS WOMEN'S 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man NAS TEEN'S 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man NAS MASTER'S 12/04/2010

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(HW) Cameron Heflin (LW) Jason Hehr

600 #'s 209' 500 #'s 341' 1"

(HW) Buffy Gordon (LW) Carmen Kester

350 #'s 59' 7" 300 #'s 273'

(HW) Scott Richardson Jr. (LW) Patrick Gilroy

400 #'s 378' 350 #'s 178' 8"

550 #'s

(HW) Doug Waterman (LW) Roger Ortmayer

Republic of TX Strongest Man 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man

148' 3" 550 #'s 180' 1"

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Deadlift Events STANDARD DEADLIFT: MAX

3 attempts for max weight. Wessels Rule may be in effect. There may be a 60 second time limit. Standard Olympic bar should be used. Conventional stance only. NO SUMO Allowed Hitching is allowed. Good Lift: Athlete must lift the barbell to a standing position with head up, shoulders back, legs and feet in line. Once the signal is given for the lift the athlete must return the bar to the floor under control. NO DROPPING OF THE BAR WILL BE ALLOWED. The athlete may put baby powder or water on the legs to reduce friction however the athlete should clean the bar after his attempt and before the next competitor. Vaseline, baby oil, or similar product may NOT be used on the legs to reduce friction.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, Lifting Straps, Supportive suits. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky or similar product. Lifting hooks. ASC Florida Qualifier March 2008 850#'s

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(HW) Jason Bergman,Marshall White, Henry Cervenka (LW)

(HW) Ryan Bracewell (LW) Orlando Green

NAS OPEN MEN'S 11/14/2009 TX Strongest Man 07/10/2010 Samson S & C Strongman NAS WOMEN'S 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers 06/03/04 IL Strongman Record Breakers NAS TEEN'S 06/05/2010 GA Strongest Man 11/14/09 TX Strongest Man NAS MASTER'S 03/28/04 Denver's Strongest Man/ Woman October 2008 Rage in the Cage (NC)

805#'s 755 #'s

(HW) Buffy Gordon (LW) Brianna Barker

450 #'s 245 #'s

(HW) Andrew Clayton (LW) Patrick Gilroy

575 #'s 500 #'s

(HW) Dan Gaudreau (LW) Thomas Bowman

625 #'s 625 #'s

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Deadlift Events STANDARD DEADLIFT: FOR REPETITIONS

1 attempt for repetitions. There may be a 60 second time limit. Standard Olympic bar should be used. Conventional stance ONLY allowed. Hitching is allowed. Weights must touch the floor before the athlete may proceed to the next rep. Good Lift: Athlete must lift the barbell to a standing position with head up, shoulders back, legs and feet in line. Once the signal is given for the lift the athlete must return the bar to the floor under control. NO DROPPING OF THE BAR WILL BE ALLOWED. The athlete may put baby powder or water on the legs to reduce friction however the athlete should clean the bar after his attempt and before the next competitor. Vaseline, baby oil, or similar product may NOT be used on the legs to reduce friction.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, Lifting Straps, Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky or similar product. Lifting hooks. ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 04/26/03 Azelea Festival, (VA) 10/05/02 NASS Nationals, St. Louis, MO NAS WOMEN'S (HW) (LW) Kelly Picchione 07/18/2009 Western NY Strongest Man/Woman NAS TEEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS MASTER'S 04/26/03 Azelea Festival (VA) 04/09/05 350 #'s 300 #'s 275 #'s 275 #'s

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(HW) Jon Anderson Kirk Nowak (LW) Joe Decaminada

500 #'s 21 reps 400 26 reps

(HW) Scott Buxton

500 #'s 15 reps 475 #'s

(LW) Scott Sietsema

Chicago's Strongest Man (IL) Page 16

15 reps

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Deadlift Events 18" DEADLIFT: FOR MAX

3 attempts for max weight. Wessels Rule may be in effect. There may be a 60 second time limit. Standard Olympic bar should be used. Bar set in a power rack or set on boxes to have the bottom of the bar 18" to the floor. Conventional stance ONLY allowed. Hands must be outside of knees throughout the lift. Hitching is allowed. Good Lift: Athlete must lift the barbell to a standing position with head up, shoulders back, legs and feet in line. Once the signal is given for the lift the athlete must return the bar to the rack/ pins or boxes under control. NO DROPPING OF THE BAR WILL BE ALLOWED. The athlete may put baby powder or water on the legs to reduce friction however the athlete should clean the bar after his attempt and before the next competitor. Vaseline, baby oil, or similar product may NOT be used on the legs to reduce friction.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, Lifting Straps, supportive suits. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky or similar product. Lifting hooks. ASC January 2006 Monster's of the Midwest III

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(HW) John Beatty (LW)

1105#'s

(HW) Rob Meulenberg, Tim Nagy, BJ Barabas (LW) Orlando Green

NAS OPEN MEN'S Monster's in the Midwest III 2006 2009 Beast of the East 09/05/2009 NAS WOMEN'S July 2002 Heartland Challenge (IA) 03/19/05 Stronger Than All (CT) NAS TEEN'S 04/03/05 Lancaster Strongman Challenge 06/14/08 Dino Day Extinction NAS MASTER'S

1040 #'s 1015 #'s

(HW) Becca Swanson (LW) Shayna Fitxgerald

625 #'s 365 #'s

(HW) James Conkey (LW) Brad Berlin

700 #'s 650 #'s

(HW) Dean Nascimben (LW) Willie Wessels

2009 Beast of the East 09/05/2009 04/24/04 Azalea Festival (VA) Page 18

1115 #'s 960 #'s

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Atlas Stone Events ATLAS STONES:

1 attempt for the heaviest stone with the fastest time. There may be a 60 second time limit. Platform height between 48" to 50". 5 atlas stones. Wts approximate LW: 200, 225, 265, 300, 335/ HW: 225, 265. 300, 335, 360. Stones will placed at the base of the platforms. Stones must be loaded in ascending order. The stones must be loaded in a controlled manner. If a stone falls off the platform during the attempt, the athlete must replace the stone before proceeding to the next heaviest stone. Split times will be taken for each stone. Athlete starts with hands on the platform or a short distance from the platform at start of the event.

Equipment Allowed: Belt with buckle to the back, Tacky, Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, Fore-arm sleeves, Equipment NOT Allowed: Belt buckle to the front or an object in the belt to provide a "shelf". No built up shoes to provide extra height. ASC 08/29/2009 Capitol City Classic 330-450 pounds 5/35.94 seconds

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(HW) Travis Ortmayer (LW)

(HW) Eric Todd (LW) Jason Hehr

NAS OPEN MEN'S June 2009 Colorado 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man NAS WOMEN'S

225-360 5/ 17.93 seconds 225-335 5/ 18.93 seconds

(HW) (LW) NAS TEEN'S 12/04/2010 Republic of TX Strongest Man 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers NAS MASTER'S 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers 05/24/03

140-225 110-200

(HW) Scott Richardson Jr (LW) Joe Brausch Jr.

225-335 5/43.96 secs 170-300 4/ 32.18 seconds

(HW) Joe Brausch Sr.

225-360 3/ 20.14 seconds 200-335

(LW) Mike Matson

IL Strongman Record Breakers

4/ 20.62 seconds

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Static Hold/ Grip Events FARMERS HOLD: MAX TIME

1 attempt for the best time. No time limit. Farmers Implements: May have various designs however handles should be between 1 ¼" to 1 ½" in diameter and un-knurled. Handle height should be between 15" to 18" from floor to bottom of handles. Time starts when athlete locks out the implements. Time stops when one or both implements hit the floor. The judge may read off every 5 seconds. Athlete may NOT have there legs in a wide stance to provide "assistance". Judges call.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Equipment NOT Allowed: Lifting straps or hooks, tacky. ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 01/22/05 Johnny Perry Memorial 2009 Beast of the East 09/05/2009 NAS WOMEN'S 07/13/02 FL State Strongman Champ.

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(HW) Tom Hayes (LW) Orlando Green

300 #'s 59.50 seconds 250 #'s 81.01 seconds

(HW) Kari Sabina (LW)

175 #'s 78 seconds 150 #'s

(HW) Aaron Snider (LW) Corey Russell

NAS TEEN'S 02/22/03 Extreme Strength Extravaganza MO 04/03/05 Lancaster Strongman Challenge NAS MASTER'S 2009 Beast of the East 09/05/2009 04/09/05 Chicago's Strongest man, IL

250 #'s 59.94 seconds 200 #'s 52.53 seconds

(HW) John Petropoulos (LW) Scott Sietsema

250 #'s 59.8 seconds 295 #'s 52.15 seconds

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Static Hold Events CRUCIFIX HOLD: MAX TIME

1 attempt for the best time. No time limit. Implements: May have various designs, however standard dumbbells will suffice. The athlete may have to lean against a board or similar object to reduce excessive lean back. Hands must have palms facing forward, not up or down. Staff members may hand the implements to the athlete. The athlete must hold the implements straight out from the sides of the torso. A slight bend in the elbows is permitted however if bend becomes too great the judge has the right to stop the event and record the time. Using the fists a guide the implements must not go below chin level or higher than eye level. The athlete may get one warning from the judge to correct the form. Next time the level is broken time will be stopped. The judge may read off every 5 seconds.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 08/30/03 Battle of the Border 08/30/03 Battle of the Border NAS WOMEN'S 15 #'s (HW) (LW) NAS TEEN'S 20 #'s (HW) 20 #'s (LW) NAS MASTER'S (HW) (LW) 35 #'s 25 #'s 15 #'s

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(HW) Eric Todd (LW) Brad Pitt

35 #'s 32.92 seconds 25 #'s 53.13 seconds

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Static Hold Events FRONT HOLD: MAX TIME

1 attempt for the best time. No time limit. Implements: May have various designs, however standard Olympic weight plate will suffice. The athlete may have to lean against a board or similar object to reduce excessive lean back. Hands/ palms may face down or in, depending on the implement. Staff members may hand the implement to the athlete. The athlete must hold the implements straight out from the torso. A slight bend in the elbows is permitted however if bend becomes too great the judge has the right to stop the event and record the time. Using the fists a guide the implements must not go below chin level or higher than eye level. The athlete may get one warning from the judge to correct the form. Next time the level is broken time will be stopped. The judge may read off every 5 seconds.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky ASC (HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 07/18/2009 Western NY Strongest Man/Woman 07/18/2009 Western NY Strongest Man/Woman NAS WOMEN'S 25 #'s (HW) Kelly Picchione (LW) 07/18/2009 Western NY Strongest Man/Woman NAS TEEN'S 35 #'s (HW) 35 #'s (LW) 25 #'s 57.81 seconds

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45 #'s 41.56 seconds 45 #'s 42.65 seconds

(HW) Adam Witzel (LW) Corey Clark

NAS MASTER'S

(HW) Ed McGarvey (LW) Bob Toth

07/18/2009 Western NY Strongest Man/Woman 12/05/2010 Paxton Strongest Man VI Page 22

45 #'s 46.03 seconds 45 #'s 50.56 seconds

NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Tossing/ Throwing Events KEG TOSS: MAX HEIGHT

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3 attempts for the best height May have a 60 second time limit to attempt a height. Wessels rule may be in effect. The athlete may use one or two hands to toss the keg. Implements: Standard beer keg. 33#'s to 35#'s. Height crossbar: No wider than 10' and should be able to have at least 6" increments. Athletes may choose what height to start out with. The Athlete must be successful at a given height before proceeding to the next attempt. The whole keg must go over the crossbar to count. If the crossbar is setting on pegs and the keg knocks the crossbar off, it's considered a failed attempt.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Elbow sleeves. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky ASC

(HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 2005 Norcal Strongest Man 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers NAS WOMEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS TEEN'S 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers NAS MASTER'S 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers 05/24/03 IL Strongman Record Breakers

(HW) Rob Meulenberg (LW) Bill Porter

21' 15'6"

(HW) Aaron Snider (LW) Adam Mathias

14' 13'

(HW) Joe brausch Sr. (LW) Mike matson

13' 13'

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Tossing/ Throwing Events WEIGHT TOSS: MAX HEIGHT

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3 attempts for the best height May have a 60 second time limit to attempt a height. Wessels rule may be in effect. The athlete must use one hand to toss the implement. Implements: Standard Highland implement or something similar. Height crossbar: No wider than 10' and should be able to have at least 6" increments. Athletes may choose what height to start out with. The Athlete must be successful at a given height before proceeding to the next attempt. The whole keg must go over the crossbar to count. If the crossbar is setting on pegs and the keg knocks the crossbar off, it's considered a failed attempt.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Elbow sleeves. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky ASC

(HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 04/13/04 River City Strongman Challenge 04/13/04 River City Strongman Challenge NAS WOMEN'S 05/29/04 JWC V Strongman , MO.

(HW)

Dan McWhorter Travis Mongold Chris St. Clair

56#'s 14' 56 #'s 14'

(LW) Aaron Caza

(HW) (LW)

Becky Kudrna Jessica Todd

28 #'s 12'

NAS TEEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS MASTER'S 2007 Master Nationals 28 #'s 28 #'s

(HW) Richard Nealy Darren Barnhart

42 #'s 15'

2007 Master Nationals (LW) Curtis Lake

42 #'s 15'

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NAS Inc./ ASC Event Records and Standardized Rules Tossing/ Throwing Events TIRE TOSS: MAX DISTANCE

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3 attempts for the best distance. May have a 60 second time limit to an attempt . The athlete may use one or two hands to toss the tire. Athlete may spin to toss the tire, however a backwards toss over the head is NOT allowed. Implements: Standard automobile tire. The athlete may have to toss the tire within a half circle usually about 10' in diameter or may have to toss the tire behind a line or barrier. The athlete must NOT touch, step on, or step over the line/ barrier during the attempt. Doing so will forfeit that attempt. Distance will be measured from the line/ barrier to the point of contact that the tire had with the ground.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Elbow sleeves. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky ASC

(HW) (LW) NAS OPEN MEN'S 04/24/04 Azalea Festival 09/13/03 Spokane Strongman Challenge NAS WOMEN'S 05/29/04 JWC V Strongman Challenge, MO

(HW) Travis Mongold (LW) Mark Wechter

25 #'s 65' 3" 25 #'s 44' 6"

(HW) Becky Kudrna (LW)

20 #'s 35' 7" 20 #'s

NAS TEEN'S (HW) (LW) NAS MASTER'S 20 #'s 20 #'s

(HW) Thom Van Vleck (LW) Jim Spalding

05/29/04 JWC V Strongman Challenge, MO 05/29/04 JWC V Strongman Challenge, MO

25 #'s 44' 6..5" 25 #'s 46' 6"

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NAS Inc./ ASC Misc. Events and Standardized Rules These events are not recorded for NAS Inc./ ASC Records. ARM OVER ARM PULL:

1 attempts for the best time or distance. May have a 60 second time limit. Nylon or fiber rope 1" to 2" in diameter may be used. Vehicle(s) or sled may be used. Course length depends on venue however 80' to 100' and level is the standard. The athlete may start in the standing position. But once the first initial pull is done the athlete must stay in the seated position throughout the attempt. The staff member taking up the slack must be at least 3' from the athlete and 45 degrees to the right or left of the athlete. The front bumper of the vehicle or front of the sled will start on the line. Time stops when the front bumper or front of sled crosses the finish, otherwise distance will be recorded from the starting line to the front bumper or front of the sled.

Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Elbow sleeves. Equipment NOT Allowed: Tacky

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CAR DEADLIFT FOR REPS:

1 attempt for the greatest number of reps. There may be a 60 second time limit. Handles may be to the sides or front of the athlete. Bar height depends on apparatus. Good Lift: The athlete must lift the frame to a locked out position with head up, shoulders back, legs and feet in line. NO "leaning" deadlifts allowed. Athlete must finish in a 90 degree position. Athlete must wait for the judges signal before lowering the apparatus to receive a good lift and start the next repetition. Equipment allowed: (depends on contest) Lifting Straps, knee wraps or sleeves, supportive suits, Chalk, Belt. Equipment NOT allowed: (depends on contest) Lifting hooks, tacky.

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FINGAL FINGERS:

1 attempt for heaviest finger and fastest time. May have a 60 second time limit. 5 steel or wooden "Fingers" ranging in wt from 450#'s to 660#'s or more and 10' to 16' or more must be flipped over.

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The apparatus should be hinged at one end with a safety catch (large tire/ hand held cart, etc...) at the other to prevent the apparatus crushing the athlete. The "Fingers" must be flipped in ascending order. Split times for each successful "finger" will be recorded. Time is stopped for each finger when the implement hits the ground. Equipment allowed: Chalk, Belt (with buckle to the back), Knee wraps or sleeves, Elbow sleeves, Rubberized gloves. Equipment NOT allowed: Tacky or similar substance, Page 26

NAS Inc./ ASC Misc. Events and Standardized Rules These events are not recorded for NAS Inc./ ASC Records. HUSAFELL TYPE STONE CARRY:

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1 Attempt for max distance. Usually no time limit is given. Picking up the stone: A. From the ground or... B. from a stand at least 2.5' off the ground. The athlete will be given 30 seconds to successfully pick up the stone and proceed to carry the stone over the course. If the athlete is unable to pick up the stone within the 30 seconds the athlete may forfeit his attempt. The athlete must carry the stone over a course for the farthest distance. Standard courses may have turns at 50' or 100'. Distance will be measured from the point of contact the stone has with the ground to the starting line. NO devise that will assist the athlete to hang onto the stone will be permitted (ie. Stumpy Raines duct tape ring) . Equipment allowed: Chalk, Knee wraps or sleeves, elbow sleeves, fore-arm sleeves, belt with buckle to the back, Equipment NOT allowed: Any devise to aid in the holding onto of the stone, Belt with buckle in the front or any object placed within the belt to provide a shelf, Tacky.

POWER STAIRS:

1 Attempt for the fastest time or most number of stairs. There may be a 60 second time limit. Standard Riser Height is set at 17" There may be from 12 to as many as 20 stairs. Athletes must go in ascending order of implements. Athletes must use the handles only to lift the apparatus from one step to the next. At the top of the stairs the athlete must place the implement securely before proceeding with the next implement. Athletes may start with the hands on the implement. Time stops when the final finger is placed securely at the top. If an implement falls off the stairs the athlete must retrieve the implement and successfully complete the stairs with that implement before proceeding with the next implement. Equipment allowed: Chalk, belt, Wrist Wraps, knee wraps or sleeves.

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Equipment NOT allowed: Lifting Straps or hooks, Tacky,

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NAS Inc./ ASC Misc. Events and Standardized Rules These events are not recorded for NAS Inc./ ASC Records. SLED DRAG:

Usually the sled drag is part of a medley. May include any number of other events. The athlete must face the sled at all times when dragging the sled through the course. Both hands must be in contact with the handles at all times. Medley time limits usually range from 60 to 90 seconds. The sled must be dragged completely over the finish line to count. The standard distances for sled dragging is usually within 50' to 100'.

TRUCK PULL:

1 attempts for the best time or distance. May have a 60 second time limit. Nylon or fiber rope 1" to 2" in diameter may be used. Vehicle(s) or sled may be used. Course length depends on venue however 80' to 100' and level is the standard. IronMind or APT pulling harnesses are the standard. The staff member taking up the slack must be at least 3' from the athlete and 45 degrees to the right or left of the athlete and making sure the slack is not getting under the wheels of the vehicle or hindering the sled in any way. The front bumper of the vehicle or front of the sled will start on the line. Time stops when the front bumper or front of sled crosses the finish, otherwise distance will be recorded from the starting line to the front bumper or front of the sled. Equipment Allowed: Belt, Chalk, knee wraps or sleeves, wrist wraps. Elbow sleeves. Climbing shoes. Equipment NOT allowed: Tacky.

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VIKING PRESS:

1 attempt for as many reps as possible. There may be a 60 second time limit. Apparatus and support should be able to be adjustable to fit the athlete. Handles may be 24" to 29" apart on center, having the palms face inwards as in the log or outwards as in a standard barbell.

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The athlete's feet may not go any farther back than 18" from vertical. Reps must start below chin level and end in Lock out. Lockout: Arms locked out straight overhead with head thru and legs and feet in line and under control. The athlete may push pres, push jerk, press the weight into position. The athlete will not be allowed to split jerk the weight into position. Once the athlete takes the handles from the supports the apparatus is not allowed to touch the supports. The athlete will receive one warning after which the attempt will end if the supports are touched again. Any and all anatomical limitations preventing a lockout as described above must be demonstrated to the judge prior to the start of the event. This is solely the responsibility of the athlete.

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