Kitakyushu 2018: Siamand Rahman vs. the bar07.09.2018
World's strongest Paralympian eyes another title
How far can Siamand Rahman go?
The world´s strongest Paralympian broke the 300kg barrier in the men´s over 107kg at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, lifting an unprecedented 310kg.
In 2017, he won his second world title. No one even comes close to the Iranian, who only competes against himself and his own strength.
The 30-year-old is one of the biggest Paralympic stars and will most certainly shine again at Tokyo 2020. His next competition will also be contested on Japanese soil: the Asia-Oceania Open Championships in Kitakyushu.
Everyone is convinced he will add a new medal to his trophy cabinet. But will he be able to set the bar even higher by breaking his world record again?
Head to Head
Rahman: Nationality: Iran. Age: 30
Rahman: Games: 2 (2012, 2016)
Medals: 2 (golds)
DID YOU KNOW?
Rahman: Has impaired use of both legs due to the effects of polio
Full results will be available on the Kitakyushu 2018 website.