Shane Hamman

Shane Hamman finished in seventh place.

Shane Hamman is still the strongest man in America, but he's not the strongest man in the world. That title belongs to Iranian Hossein Rezazadeh, who lifted 581 pounds in clean and jerk on Wednesday night, setting a world record.
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