Strongman Josh Lancaster Sets U80KG Heavy Dumbbell World Record of 100 Kilograms (220.5 Pounds)

On June 12, 2022, at Kaos Strength Gym in Preston, United Kingdom, the 2022 England’s Strongest Man U80KG contest was held. It featured 21 under 80-kilogram strongmen (U80KG) battling across five events: Axle Press for Reps, Axle Deadlift for Reps, Farmer’s Walk, Sandbag Toss, and Sandbag Carry.

Tim Daglish won the contest with 94 points — 5.5 points more than runner-up Josh Lancaster. However, a silver-medal finish wasn’t Lancaster’s accomplishment on the day. In an additional event, Lancaster successfully attempted a 100-kilogram (220.5-pound) heavy dumbbell press, setting a new world record in the U80KG division.

Lancaster’s official bodyweight at the time of the world record lift was 78 kilograms. Check it out in the video below, courtesy of his Instagram page:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Lancaster’s new heavy dumbbell world record surpassed the previous world record of 96.2 kilograms (212.1 pounds), scored by Daniel Ashcroft at the 2021 Britain’s Strongest Man U80KG contest.

Índice
  1. 2022 England’s Strongest Man U80KG Results
  2. 2022 England’s Strongest Man U80KG Event Recaps
    1. Axle Press For Reps
    2. Axle Deadlift for Reps
    3. Farmer’s Walk
    4. Sandbag Toss
    5. Sandbag Carry

2022 England’s Strongest Man U80KG Results

  1. Tim Daglish — 94 points
  2. Josh Lancaster — 88.5 points
  3. Richard Molnar — 86.5 points
  4. Joe Daglish — 82 points
  5. Tommy Chivers — 81 points
  6. Thomas Hulme — 79 points
  7. Connor Cowens — 73.5 points
  8. Andrew Keys — 68 points
  9. Matt Whalley — 64 points
  10. Lewis Blackwood — 63 points
  11. Matt Nice — 60 points
  12. Mark Henshaw — 55 points
  13. Kieren Stevens — 48 points
  14. Cameron Tuxford — 46 points
  15. Paul Jeffries — 39 points
  16. Danny Curtis — 27.5 points
  17. David Pearce — 22 points
  18. Ash Lapidge — 21 points
  19. Vladimir Drumea — 15 points
  20. Richard Erdurson — 14 points
  21. David Kearns — 12 points

2022 England’s Strongest Man U80KG Event Recaps

Below are the results of all five events that took place in Preston, UK. Kaos Strength Promotions provided all scores:

Axle Press For Reps

Each athlete was tasked to press a 120-kilogram axle bar as many times as possible.

  1. Tommy Chivers — Six reps
  2. Thomas Hulme — Four reps (T-second)
  3. Josh Lancaster — Four reps (T-second)
  4. Tim Daglish — Four reps (T-second)
  5. Matt Nice — Four reps (T-second)
  6. Lewis Blackwood — Four reps (T-second)
  7. Joe Daglish — Three reps
  8. Connor Cowens — Two reps (T-eighth)
  9. Richard Molnar — Two reps (T-eighth)

Axle Deadlift for Reps

Athletes were charged to deadlift a 15-inch axle barbell weighing 255 kilograms for as many reps as possible.

  1.  Richard Molnar — 18 reps
  2. Tim Daglish — 17 reps
  3. Lewis Blackwood — 15 reps.
  4. Joe Daglish — 13 reps
  5. Matt Whalley — 11 reps
  6. Tom Hulme — 10 reps
  7. Tommy Chivers — Nine reps
  8. Kieren Stevens — Eight reps
  9. Josh Lancaster — Six reps (T-ninth)
  10. Mark Henshaw — Six reps (T-ninth)

Farmer’s Walk

Each strongman farmer’s carried a 100-kilogram implement in each hand across a 45-meter course as fast as they could with a one-minute time cap. Athletes dropped the implements every 15 meters, turned around, picked them back up, and continued down the course. Only the first-place time was provided, but the results are as follows:

  1. Tommy Chivers — 16.85 seconds
  2. Josh Lancaster
  3. Richard Molnar
  4. Tim Daglish
  5. Andrew Keys
  6. Lewis Blackwood
  7. Connor Cowens
  8. Joe Daglish
  9. Kieren Stevens
  10. Thomas Hulme

Sandbag Toss

Athletes tossed five sandbags of ascending weight over a 4.5-meter bar in the fastest time possible. The weights were 30 pounds, 35 pounds, 40 pounds, 45 pounds, and 50 pounds. 

  1. Tim Daglish — Four in 13.56
  2. Joe Daglish — Four in 14.81
  3. Thomas Hulme — Four in 47.64
  4. Josh Lancaster — Three in 11.86
  5. Richard Molnar — Three in 11.87
  6. Connor Cowens — Three in 13.25
  7. Matt Nice — Three in 14.42
  8. Mark Henshaw — Three in 15.67
  9. Kieren Stevens — Three in 23.25
  10. Tommy Chivers — Three in 39.51

Sandbag Carry

Athletes carried a 100-kilogram sandbag as far as they could in 60 seconds.

  1. Andrew Keys — 210 meters
  2. Josh Lancaster — 166.5 meters
  3. Matt Whalley —131 meters
  4. Connor Cowens — 127.5 meters
  5. Tim Daglish — 123.5 meters
  6. Richard Molnar — 122.5 meters
  7. Joe Daglish—  121.5 meters
  8. Thomas Hulme — 120.5 meters
  9. Cameron Tuxford —120 meters
  10. Tommy Chivers — 100 meters

Featured image: @josh_lancaster_strongman_u80kg on Instagram

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