A Russian man from Surgut, a metropolis in Siberia, has damaged the nation’s power file by pulling a 40-ton Boeing 737-500, beating the outdated file of a 36-ton aircraft set final 12 months. He managed to pull it 15 meters in simply 39 seconds.
Maxim Gametsky, a local of town 2000km east of Moscow, displayed his brute power at Surgut’s International Airport on Wednesday. Cheered on by a crowd of onlookers, the bodybuilder took three makes an attempt, along with his file being verified by Vasily Grishchenko, the top of the Russian Strongman Federation.
Gametsky, nicknamed ‘The Siberian Bear,’ is a longtime participant in power competitions, having gained fame because the “Strongest Man of Surgut” and “Strongest Man of the Tyumen Region,” amongst different titles.
Speaking to native media, Gametsky revealed simply how arduous he discovered the great feat.
“I couldn’t move it on the first attempt in any of my training sessions, and to be honest, I was a little scared today would be the same. Maybe it was excitement, maybe it was fear, but I did it anyway,” he stated.
The earlier file belonged to Elbrus Nigmatullin, a multiple-time winner of Russia’s Strongest Man. In 2020, he towed a 36-ton airplane 25 meters.
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