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Died professional strongman
Mike Jenkins was one of the emerging generations of strongman, who stunned the audience and commanded respect opponents.

He, like his compatriot Brian Shaw orIcelander Hawthorn Bjornson real giant
Its height of 198 cm and 170 to 180 kg weight was unforgettable and vigor with which he entered the professional scene, really extraordinary.
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In the world of strongman Mike Jenkins came in 2007 when he won the competition of Maryland’s Strongest Man.
As a former American football player at the position of the attacker possessed great speed and coordination, which resulted in disciplines based on carrying extreme loads at a distance.

He quickly picked up, increasing his weight and strength, and in 2010 won the Arnold Amateur Strongman World Championships, thereby gaining professional cards and also the right to compete in the same competition, but among professionals in the following year.

In 2010, still managed to grab second place in the competition America’s Strongest Man, but with legendary strength and vigor of a tornado on the professional scene discovered until a year later when in an extremely strong starting field won second place at the Arnold

Strongman Classic 2011 (the third pushed the legendary), and a year later you from the competition took away valuable title when created three world records (logs in stroke, stroke dumbbells and carrying a wooden fence).

Conclusion Mike’s last year’s competition season was marred by injuries.
After the fifth spot on the World’s Strongest Man 2012 competition announced a break due to a knee injury and the rehabilitation and return to form again appeared to more than half a year later, a series of competitions

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